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The 17th century Badshahi Mosque built by Mughal emperor Aurangzeb in Lahore
The society and culture of Pakistan (Urdu: ثقافت پاکستان‎) comprises numerous diverse cultures and ethnic groups: the Punjabis, Kashmiris, Sindhis in east, Muhajirs, Makrani in the south; Baloch and Pashtun in the west; and the ancient Dardic, Wakhi, Baltistani and Burusho communities in the north. These Pakistani cultures have been greatly influenced by many of the surrounding countries' cultures, such as the Turkic peoples, Persian, Arab, and other South Asian ethnic groups of the Subcontinent, Central Asia and the Middle East.
In ancient times, Pakistan was a major cultural hub.[citation needed] Many cultural practices and great monuments have been inherited from the time of the ancient rulers of the region. One of the greatest cultural influences was that of the Persian Empire, of which Pakistan was a part. In fact, the Pakistani satraps were at one time the richest and most productive of the massive Persian Empire.[citation needed] Other key influences include the Afghan Empire, Mughal Empire and later,…...

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