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Biologist researcher and youth activist
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Sindh Agriculture University.Tandojam
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Bhatai build world! Moral leadership from Bhit Shah

Posted on August 12, 2013 at 11:30am 0 Comments

Bhatai build world!

Moral leadership from Bhit Shah.

Bhit-sand and shah-person. Handerads years ago a greatest poet of world lived inside the sandy place, named Hala city, province Sindh land (a mother land of Pakistan and India, The land of Moen-jo-Daro, oldest civilization of world)where he entire life spent to educate to teach world and gives happiness and sustainable development’’. This is meaning of moral and great leadership who live inside…

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