Paksat 1R 38E

Bol News Sindhi New Frequency On Pakisat 1R 38E

Bol Network New Frequency On Pakisat 1R 38E

  Satellite Paksat  1R 38E
Channel Name Bol Tv Sindhi News Channel
  Band C Band
  Bandwidth 32 MHz
  Orbital Position 38 East
  Polarization Vertical
  Frequency   3786  MHz
  Transponder V
  Symble Rate   12800  MSymb/sec
  Encoding MPEG-4,HD/4:22 Mp@ML
  Modulation QPSK
  FEC 3 / 4

Bol Network New Frequency On Pakisat 1R 38E

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New Updates 15.01.2019


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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This article is about the socio-ethnic group of South Asia. For other uses, see Sindhi.

Not to be confused with the Sindi people.

سنڌي / सिन्धी / Sindhi khudabadi.png Total population
(c. 40 million)
Regions with significant populations
 Pakistan     36,000,000
 India     3,810,000
 United Arab Emirates     341,000
 Malaysia     30,500
 United Kingdom     30,000
 Afghanistan     19,500
 Canada     11,500
 Indonesia     10,000
 United States     9,800
 Singapore     8,800
 Hong Kong     7,500
 Oman     700
Islam Hinduism, Sikhism
This article contains Sindhi text, written from right to left with some letters joined. Without proper rendering support, you may see unjoined letters written left-to-right, instead of right-to-left or other symbols instead of Sindhi script.

Sindhis (Sindhi: سنڌي‎ (Perso-Arabic), सिन्धी (Devanagari), Sindhi khudabadi.png (Khudabadi)) are an Indo-Aryan ethno-linguistic group who speak the Sindhi language and are native to Sindh province of Pakistan.

Sindhi culture is highly influenced by Sufi doctrines and principles. Some of the popular cultural icons are Raja Dahir, Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai, Lal Shahbaz Qalandar, Jhulelal, Sachal Sarmast and Shambumal Tulsiani.

After independence of Pakistan in 1947, most Sindhi Hindus and Sikh Sindhis migrated to India and other parts of the world. According to 1998 census of Pakistan, Hindus constituted about 6.5% of the total population of Sindh province.[5] Sindhi Hindus believe in tenets of Sikhism but are predominantly Sahajdhari. As a result, this group can be regarded as concurrently following Hinduism and Sikhism. Most of them live in urban areas like Karachi, Hyderabad, Sukkur, and Mirpur Khas. Hyderabad is the largest centre of Sindhi Hindus in India with 100,000-150,000 people.[5]


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