Pakistani Folklore: Umer Marvi
Umer Marvi, about a village girl Marvi Maraich, who resists the overtures of a powerful King and the temptation to live in the palace as a queen, preferring to be in simple rural environment with her own village folk.

Umer Marvi is another folktale from Sindh. It is a bit different from the rest as it focuses more on a woman’s loyalty and dedication to her beloved.

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Pakistani Folklore: Sohni Mahiwal
sohni mahiwal, daughter of a potter but their relationship is not accepted and he is thrown out of the town. Later, he then starts meeting her disguised as a shepherd.

Sohni Mahiwal is a tragic folk tale of two ill-fated lovers. Sohni was the daughter of a potter. She was a very pretty girl and often helped her father at his workshop.

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Pakistani Folklore: Moomal Rano
Moomal Rano, Indo-Pak collaboration which has been penned by Zafar Miraj,

The tragic story of Moomal and Rano is from Sindh province. Momal Rano or Mumal Rano is a romantic tale of Momal and Rano from the Sindhi folklore and Rajasthani folklore.

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Pakistani Folklore: Mirza Sahiban
Mirza Sahiba, one of the five popular tragic romances of Punjab

Mirza Sahiban is another popular romance story from the province of Punjab. Mirza Sahiban is another popular romance story from the province of Punjab. Sahiban was the daughter of Khewa Khan.

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