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  1. My Name is Syed Nawazish Ali Shah, a resident of Hooti Mardan, PukhtoonKhwa(Former N.W.F.P) and presently at Isamabad Pakistan. Hooti and Mardan the earlier twin towns are rich for Sikh monuments/Gurdwaras and remains with historical Stories. There still exists some Gurdwaras but unfortunately, neglected by Pakistanis and the Indian Government.My age is 55 now and during my student life in school time I saw a book in trash with a shop keeper with the name of ” Tareekh-i- Englistan” was owned by Mr Partap singh a student of class 10,Government High School Mardan.I still have the book and wish to gift it to Mr. Partap Singh if he is here around. I have scanned the Title page but am not sure if it could be attached here or not? Please write me back as I have more things to tell our Sikh friends and our society terribly miss the Sick Elders who in an unfortunate event migrated to India.The book, I guess belong to the period between 1942-1947.Any one who migrated from Mardan if known may be helpful to us.
    Looking forward to hear back.

    With best wishes.
    Shah

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