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Derajat (Punjabi/Urdu: ڈیرہ جاٹ), the plural of the word 'dera', is a cultural region of central Pakistan, located in the region where the provinces of Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and Balochistan meet. Derajat is bound by the Indus River and the Sulaiman Mountains to the west. The region consists of the districts Dera Ghazi Khan (western Punjab), which was founded by Ghazi Khan Mirrani, Dera Ismail Khan (southern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), which was founded by Ismail Khan Dodai, as well as two smaller districts, Rajanpur and Tank, which were separated from Dera Ghazi Khan and Dera Ismail Khan, respectively. The Baloch districts of Dera Bugti, Jafarabad (Dera Allah Yar), Nasirabad (Dera Murad Jamali), as well as Sohbatpur (separated from Jafarabad), are adjacent to Derajat towards the southwest.

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  • Derajat és una regió del modern Pakistan situada entre el riu Indus a l'est i les muntanyes Sulayman a l'oest, amb els districtes de Dera Ismail Khan i Dera Ghazi Khan. El nom deriva del plural persa de la paraula índia "dera" (tenda o campament); vol dir "País de les tres deras" (Dera Ismail Khan, Dera Ghazi Khan i ) fundades per caps balutxis al segle xvi. La població actual és de majoria paixtu (al sud majoria balutxi). Es va crear el 1849 com una divisió (sota un comissionat) del Panjab, formada pels districtes de Dera Ismail Khan, Dera Ghazi Khan i Bannu, amb una superfície de 45.794 km² i població d'1.137.571 habitants (1881) repartida en 1809 pobles. La divisió fou reorganitzada el 1901 quan el districte de Dera Ismail Khan va quedar dins la Província de la Frontera del Nord-oest, i la resta de la divisió dins els Panjab, per ser abolida poc després quedant com un nom regional. (ca)
  • Derajat es una región situada entre el río Indo al este y las montañas Sulayman al oeste, incluyendo los distritos de Dera Ismail Khan y en el actual Pakistán. El nombre deriva del plural persa de la palabra india "de la" (tienda o campamento); significa "País de las tres Deraa" (Dera Ismail Khan, Dera Ghazi Khan y Dera Fath Khan ) fundadas por cabezas baluchis en el siglo XVI. La población actual es de mayoría pastún (el sur mayoría baluchi). Se creó el 1849 como una división (bajo un comisionado) del Punjab, formada por los distritos de Dera Ismail Khan, Dera Ghazi Khan y Bannu, con una superficie de 45.794 km² y población de 1.137.571 habitantes (1881) repartida 1809 pueblos. La división fue reorganizada en 1901 cuando el distrito de Dera Ismail Khan quedó dentro de la Provincia de la Frontera del Noroeste, y el resto de la división dentro de los Punjab, por ser abolida poco después quedando como un nombre regional. (es)
  • Derajat (Punjabi/Urdu: ڈیرہ جاٹ), the plural of the word 'dera', is a cultural region of central Pakistan, located in the region where the provinces of Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and Balochistan meet. Derajat is bound by the Indus River and the Sulaiman Mountains to the west. The region consists of the districts Dera Ghazi Khan (western Punjab), which was founded by Ghazi Khan Mirrani, Dera Ismail Khan (southern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), which was founded by Ismail Khan Dodai, as well as two smaller districts, Rajanpur and Tank, which were separated from Dera Ghazi Khan and Dera Ismail Khan, respectively. The Baloch districts of Dera Bugti, Jafarabad (Dera Allah Yar), Nasirabad (Dera Murad Jamali), as well as Sohbatpur (separated from Jafarabad), are adjacent to Derajat towards the southwest. The people of Derajat are called Derawal, and the varieties of Saraiki they speak are collectively called Derawali dialect, also known locally as Hindki. Pashto and Balochi are also spoken in the northern and western parts of Derajat. (en)
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  • Derajat és una regió del modern Pakistan situada entre el riu Indus a l'est i les muntanyes Sulayman a l'oest, amb els districtes de Dera Ismail Khan i Dera Ghazi Khan. El nom deriva del plural persa de la paraula índia "dera" (tenda o campament); vol dir "País de les tres deras" (Dera Ismail Khan, Dera Ghazi Khan i ) fundades per caps balutxis al segle xvi. La població actual és de majoria paixtu (al sud majoria balutxi). (ca)
  • Derajat (Punjabi/Urdu: ڈیرہ جاٹ), the plural of the word 'dera', is a cultural region of central Pakistan, located in the region where the provinces of Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and Balochistan meet. Derajat is bound by the Indus River and the Sulaiman Mountains to the west. The region consists of the districts Dera Ghazi Khan (western Punjab), which was founded by Ghazi Khan Mirrani, Dera Ismail Khan (southern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), which was founded by Ismail Khan Dodai, as well as two smaller districts, Rajanpur and Tank, which were separated from Dera Ghazi Khan and Dera Ismail Khan, respectively. The Baloch districts of Dera Bugti, Jafarabad (Dera Allah Yar), Nasirabad (Dera Murad Jamali), as well as Sohbatpur (separated from Jafarabad), are adjacent to Derajat towards the southwest. (en)
  • Derajat es una región situada entre el río Indo al este y las montañas Sulayman al oeste, incluyendo los distritos de Dera Ismail Khan y en el actual Pakistán. El nombre deriva del plural persa de la palabra india "de la" (tienda o campamento); significa "País de las tres Deraa" (Dera Ismail Khan, Dera Ghazi Khan y Dera Fath Khan ) fundadas por cabezas baluchis en el siglo XVI. La población actual es de mayoría pastún (el sur mayoría baluchi). (es)
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