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Muhammd Qasim ibn Abdul Karim was the first Muslim ruler of the Pakistani province of Sindh. He was born in 714 AD and died in 762 AD. Qasim is renowned for his military successes, including his campaigns against the Hindu Raja of Sindh, Raja Dahir.

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Muhammd Qasim ibn Abdul Karim is a Pakistani poet, writer, and critic. He is the author of several books on literature, history, art and culture, including an autobiography and a book on the life of the celebrated 18th century Panjabi poet Bullhe Shah. In the late 1970s, Qasim was one of the pioneers of the modern Urdu poetic movement in Pakistan. He has also been a frequent contributor to Urdu magazines and newspapers, including Pakeeza, Awaaz, Gadar, and Sahar.

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Published: Friday, January 20, 2023

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