Punjab Society in the Early Nineteenth Century
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Alamgir III 2012-Present
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Social history is a branch of history that documents the life and condition of the people rather than the affairs of the state. Society is an ever changing complex system. It is seen as a web of social relations at times. The term society is derived from a Latin word socius. The term directly means association, togetherness, gregariousness, or simply group life. As the term is generally understood in sociology as well as in commonsense usage, a society is assumed to have three fundamental characteristics: firstly, it is bounded by readily discernible territorial borders; secondly, it is structurally and culturally distinctive; and thirdly it possesses an objective existence that is independent of the wills or actions of individuals. The concept of society refers to a relatively large grouping or collectivity of people who share more or less common and distinct culture, occupying a certain geographical locality, with the feeling of identity or belongingness, having all the necessary social arrangements or institutions to sustain it.1
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Shah Sharaf Barlas
If possible anyone have shijra family tree of Mughal Barlas traib of Attock Pakistan please share with me.