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This is great collection of Pakistan studies questions. Although on this website i have recently found that mcqs are taken from all previous nts tests and from css, pcs and pms past papers
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What is Two Nation Theory:
The two-nation theory was the basis for the partition of India in 1947. This theory supported the proposal that Muslims and Non-Muslims should be two separate nations. It is the ideology that the main identity and unifying aspect of Muslims in the Indian subcontinent is their religion, rather than their language or ethnicity.
As the britishers were supposed to leave the Sub-continent in near future. The future of the Muslims of Subcontinent was at stack and their national identity was likely to be lost. Muslims who had ruled over Indian for centuries would be in an eternal slavery of Hindus, after British departure. According to the western concept of democracy the Hindus were hoping to rule all over the India because of their majority. Therefore they emphasize over the concept of union of India and the one nationalism. But the Muslims of India who in spite of living with Hindus for centuries, never mingled and merged in Hindu nation. They always maintained their separate nationhood. Muslims were of thought that there are two quite different nations living in India; Non-Muslims and Muslim. And this distinction was based on religion and creed. And the difference between the creeds of the two nations was so large that it was imposible for them to be one nation even they start living with each other for centuries.
It is the two nation theory which gave birth to the Ideology of Pakistan. As the founding features of both the theories are same therefore if we say that the Two nation theory is the mother of Ideology of Pakistan, it would not be wrong.

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great info. thank you
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All i see are mostly repetitive one! anyone recommend me best book for that? all in one place thank you
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All i see are mostly repetitive one! anyone recommend me best book for that? all in one place thank you
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