(Original post by Oblivion99)
Listen kid, just because you have balls over the internet doesen't mean **** to me. The only reason Urdu and Hindi languages are similar because they both stem from the same f***ing dialect, therefore "Hindi" wasn't created yet stemmed from one dialect. And I think you're forgetting when us Turks did reign over your *****y continent for quite some time and thus we did manage to input some influence over your culture. Pakistani's and Indian's, are separated via a border just because they speak the same, doesn't mean they are the same people. Indian's are full of cow-worshiping people, yet Pakistani people are just suicide bombers. So please stfu next time. Imberrrcile.
'Turkic' culture is a derivative of Persian culture, in every sense. From their cultural traditions, to their names, to their architecture. Sure Turkic had some influence, not a tremendous amount but something nonetheless. The Ottomans did the same thing, modern Turkish culture is not very old and is just a mixture of regional cultures which preceded in by millennia.
The reason Urdu and Hindi are similar because they're based on the same language, great argument for highlighting the difference.The Turks that ruled over central Asia adopted Persian culture, language and customs so for all practical purposes they were Persianised.
45% of Pakistan is Punjabi, by all genetic indicators North Indians. 15% is Pashtun who although Iranic in Afghanistan tend to have more South Asian input in Pakistan as you can see by their pigmentation. Another 15% are Sindhus who are native to the region and by definition South Asian. Then you have the Balochis at about 10%, who although Iranic too are genetically strongly mixed with South Asian as they are too pigmented. Which exact sizeable ethnicity in Pakistan justify not be classed as South Asian, go on tell me.
Having some Iranic admixture doesn't mean you're not South Asian. Northern South Asian or not, stop begging it you clearly have a lot emotionally invested in your inferiority complex just embrace what you are.