From the back cover..."Pakistan, though a nation of over 100 million people, gets insufficient attention, being overshadowed in many minds by India - from which she broke away in 1947 after British rule ended. This book explains the historical and cultural reasons for her separate nationhood. It describes her unique geography structure - consisting as she does of two different "wings". It reveals her culture and the variety and charms of her landscape, people and their economic and linguistic issues. This book offers a survey of the complex domestic evolution experienced by Pakistan..."