Thursday 28 December 2017


Brigadier Fiaz Ahmed Satti is a former Director General of Airports Security Force of Pakistan, he served as General Manager of Fauji Fertilizers company as well. He was awarded peace keeping medal when he was Commanding Officer at United Nation peace keeping mission in Somalia.

He earned degree in Global strategy and leadership from Foster School of Business, University of Washington. He completed his masters in Strategic management and leadership from National Defence University, Islamabad. He obtained Masters degree from Quaid-e-Azam University Islamabad and he went to Command and staff college, Tokyo for Military science and operational studies. Fiaz Satti attended Cadet College, Hassan Abdal from 1967 to 1972, prior to join Pakistan Army. 

Fiaz Satti was invited to United Nations Global Compact's International conferences as a trainer in New York, Rio de Jeneiro and Indiana. He also attended Aviation Security Conferences in Sydney, Houston, Washington DC, London and Kuala Lumpur.

Brigadier (R) Fiaz Satti is son of Deputy Commissioner Roshan Satti (Late) and nephew of Major Karim Satti (Late) of Dhall (Bunn), New Murree.

Wednesday 27 December 2017


Mr. Anis Khan Satti is currently a member of The Governing Body of Lawrence College, Murree, who was appointed as Pakistan's Delegate to the United Nations in 1978 and he served as a Presidential Envoy in 1980. He is perhaps the only Pakistani who never became an American citizen after living in America for over 58 years, but kept his Pakistani citizenship.

Anis Khan Satti attended Lawrence College, Murree from 1948 to 1955, where he did his Senior Cambridge & Higher Senior Cambridge. He was appointed the Head-boy in 1953 and served as the Head-boy in Lawrence College in 1953, 1954 and 1955.

After a nationwide competition, he was selected to represent Pakistan in the 1956 World Youth Forum in the United States, which consisted of fifty students from fifty countries.

Mr Anis Khan Satti completed his studies at Colgate University, Hamilton, New York, where he was elected President of the Student Body. He was the first foreigner to hold this position in a major University in the United States. 

After completing his education, he, along with his partners, set up a financial publishing business on Wall Street, which consisted of magazines, newspapers, conferences and seminars on finance. Institutional Investor continues today as a successful financial publishing enterprise. Its fast rise to success and fame made Time Magazine referring to the Company as the “Wonder Boys of the Wall Street". 

Anis Khan Satti also took part in the 1985 elections as a candidate for the National Assembly from NA 50 (previously NA 36).

Monday 25 December 2017


N/Risaldar Muhammad Khaliq Satti (Sitara-e-Jurat)

Muhammad Khaliq Satti known as Naib Risaldar Khaliq of 25 Cavalry regiment was a group commander in the Pakistan Army who received the third highest military award Sitara-e-Jurat (Star of Courage) for valour.  He is also known as "Man of Steel" and "Hero of Chawinda". Risaldar Khaliq embraced martyrdom on 16th September 1965 at Chawinda in Sialkot sector. The Battle of Chawinda was one of the largest tank battles in the history since the Battle of Kursk in World War IIThe initial clashes at Chawinda coincided with the tank battle near Phillora and the fighting intensified once the Pakistani forces at Phillora retreated. However, the Indian assault was repelled, resulting in a Pakistani victory. The battle finally ended due to the UN ceasefire of the 1965 war.

The GHQ came to know that Indian thrust along Chawinda-Pasrur was to be the main effort of the Indian army. Pakistan’s 6th Armored Division was rushed to check and decimate the Indian armoured thrust on the anvil provided by 25 Cavalry. The regiment was awarded five Sitara-e-Jurrat awards, ten Tamgha-e-Jurrat and other gallantry awards. The recipients of the Sitara-e-Jurrat included Lt Colonel Nisar, Major Ahmed, Major Raza, Risladar Riazul Hasan and Naib Risladar Khaliq Satti (Shaheed). The ‘Men of Steel’ became the most decorated unit of Pak Army in one single action.

General Abrar Hussain (Hilal-e-Jurat) who remains one of Pakistan's most successful field commanders, writes in his book (Men of Steel: 6th armoured Division in the 1965 war)

"Naib Risladar Khaliq Satti (Shaheed SJ) could have even earned a Nishan-e-Haider and warrants a detailed study in junior leadership. This enigmatic and brave son of the soil remains a beacon of light for officers and men of the Pakistan Army." 

Khaliq Satti was born in Mateel, Kotli Sattian, and he was the first ever recipient of Sitara-e-Jurat from Satti tribe. He was a brave and patriotic soldier, prior to join the Pakistan Army he was a school teacher. Apart from that he was an excellent player of basketball and visited several countries in this regard. 

N/R Khaliq showed gallantry and great leadership skills during Gadgore attack. In the earlier part of the night 7/ 8 Sept, the 25 Cavalry Regiment was ordered to move to Narowal immediately and stop the enemy which had crossed over Jassar Bridge and was moving to Pasrur on Narowal - Pasrur Road. Major Shamshad Khan's troop was to attack the right half of the village while Naib Risaldar Khaliq's troop was to attack the left half of the village. Naib Risaldar Sultan Bhadur's troop was to move on the track as reserve. The attack had been launched and successfully cleared the Gadgore on 08th of September.

The enemy launched probing attacks frontally on Chawinda on 12th and 13th of September. Khaliq handled the situation effectively by hitting enemy tanks and losing one along with the driver in the process on 12th. 

On 14th of September Khaliq Shaheed simultaneously picked up this movement and reported to the Squadron Commander who was positioned at Nogazza, in general area MS 5 behind Chawinda. After capturing Buttardograndi, Risaldar Khaliq moved forward but immediately after that three tanks got shot up at railway station. The death of two leading unit commanders, at the crucial stage resulted in breaking the momentum of attack. At 1700 hours Khaliq Satti counter-attacked after intensive preparatory bombardment on enemy. The fierce tank battle continued, as a result Pakistan Army lost eight tanks and destroyed more than a dozen enemy's tanks.

 N/R Khaliq was fighting gallantly for five consecutive days. He was such a brave and courageous soldier as he used to come out of his tank cupola to observe the movement of the enemy properly to attack them, although enemy soldiers never dared to come out of their tanks. He and one of his colleague arrested a few enemy soldiers. When Khaliq came back to the camp to take some rest before going for his final mission, He took a bath and said to his fellows "I feel like time of Shahadat (martyrdom) is near".

And again he left for the battlefield as a group commander to cause more damage to the enemy, as he had already destroyed several enemy tanks in last five days. He was engaged with enemy in battlefield as he received a message from his colleague who was surrounded by enemy soldiers, he responded quickly and saved his colleague, but soon after that Khaliq was hit by mortar fire on his chest from a nearby sugarcane field, he jumped out of the tank to save the tank to catch fire and embraced martyrdom on the spot. 

He was described as a very helpful person, extraordinarily brave and patriotic soldier, who took great care of his troops and colleagues. Although a few know this unsung hero today. May Allah elevate his darajat in Jannah, Ameen.

Friday 22 December 2017


Commodore (R) Mumtaz Raza Satti (Late) was an Educationist, who had vast experience of management of education and training at all levels from elementary to setting up of college and universities for higher Education. He had been extensively involved in faculty training, students career counselling and HR induction/Management. He hailed from Kotli Sattian.

  • Masters in Fluid Mechanics from The University of Manchester
  • Masters in Mathematics from Karachi University  (Gold Medalist)
  • Bachelors in Military Strategic Studies from Karachi University 

  • Registrar of University of Islamabad, Bahria Town
  • Registrar of Shifa Tameer-e-Millat University
  • Registrar of Bahria University, Islamabad
  • Commodore (R) Sitara-e-Imtiaz (M), Pakistan Navy
  • Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Education), Pakistan Navy
  • Principal of Bahria College, Islamabad 
  • Dean of Pakistan Navy College, NUST, Karachi 

Ex registrar of The University of Islamabad and Shifa Tameer-e-Millat university. He was appointed founding Registrar of Shifa Tameer-e-Millat University in August 2012, and actively participated in university vision for launching new academic programs consisting of Doctor of Physical Therapy, Doctor of Pharmacy, MBA (Health Service Management), M.Sc Nursing, B.Sc (MLT), BS (Medical Technology) and diploma programs in Specialized Nursing.

Mumtaz Raza Satti served as registrar of Bahria University, Islamabad from August 2005 to October 2011. He was team member for raising Bahria University from scratch involving preparation of feasibility for academic and civil works, preparation of university Ordinance, university Statutes and Academic Regulations.

He had been member of the Board of Governors of Bahria University since its inception in February 2000.

Extensive experience of conducting interviews for selection of faculty, preparation of their employment contracts and other terms and conditions of service.

He served as assistant chief of Naval staff from August 2004 to August 2005. He dealt with educational and training matters of Pakistan Navy Engineering College Karachi, Pakistan Naval Academy Karachi and other training units of Pakistan Navy.

Mumtaz Raza was principal of Bahria College, Islamabad from August 1997 to September 2004. He raised O/A level section of Bahria College Islamabad with all related resources including building, laboratories and induction of faculty.

​Effectively managed all sections of Bahria College including Montessori, pre-school, primary, secondary and higher secondary of both boys and girls.

​Established state of the art special children school through donations which now houses more than 200 special students.

He served as a Dean of Pakistan Navy college, NUST, Karachi as well.


Dr. Muhammad Gulfraz Satti is a professor and HEC approved supervisor from Santh Saroola, Kotli Sattian.

Interest :

  • Biofules production from agricultural crops
  • Toxicological studies of natural compounds in animals models
  • Isolation and Purification of Bio-active compounds
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    Publications :


    Academics/ Degrees

    • Post Doc. Leibniz Institute Potsdam Germany 2013
    • Post Doc.Reading University UK 2007
    • Short training from Heobei Agricultural University China 2005
    • Post Doct. Umwelt forschgen zentrum 2002
    • Ph.D Quaid –Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan 2002
    • Post Graduation Course University of Saarland Saarbrucken 1993
    • M.phil Quaid –Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan 1990
    • M.Sc University of the Punjab Lahore, Pakistan 1986

    • April, 2015 Joined as Professor Chemistry COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Abbottabad, Pakistan
    • January 2010 to April 2015 Chairman/ Professor Department of Biochemistry University of Arid Agriculture Rawalpindi, Pakistan
    • March 2003 to Jan. 2010 Associate Professor Biochemistry University of Arid Agriculture Rawalpindi, Pakistan
    • Feb. 1998 to March. 2003 Assistant Professor Biochemistry University of Arid Agriculture Rawalpindi, Pakistan
    • Nov. 1986 to Feb 1998 Lecturer Biochemistry University of Arid Agriculture/ Barani Agriculture College Rawalpindi, Pakistan

    Awards/ Appreciations
    • Awarded POST DOCTORAL SCHOLARSHIP by UIIB/Higher Education Commission, Islamabad, Pakistan for study in Leibniz Institute Potsdam Germany 2013.
    • Awarded POST DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP AWARD 2007 by Higher Education Commission, Islamabad, Pakistan for study in Reading, UK.
    • Awarded Scholarship by Higher Higher Education Commission, Islamabad, Pakistan to work with a Professor of Heobei Agricultural University boeding, China 2005.
    • Awarded DAAD scholarship for Post Doctoral Study in UFZ Germany 2002.
    • Awarded DAAD scholarship 1992-1993

    MS/PHD Students Supervised

    PhD Students
    • Ph.D students Supervised 10
    MS Students
    • M. Phil students 62

    Journal Publications

    1. Prof. Dr. M. Gulfraz,Muntazir Shah,Hina gul,S. M. Bukhari,Kashif Ashraf,M. Azeem,Farhan Khan "Anti-tuberculosis potential, pharmacological and phytochemical studies of methanolic extracts from selected plant species " , Acta Poloniae Pharmaceutica , 2017
    2. H. Ajab,Prof. Dr. M. Gulfraz "Pharmacological and phytochemical analysis of Bergenia ciliata leaf and rhizome extracts" , Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Analysis , 2017
    3. Saiqa Yousaf,Prof. Dr. M. Gulfraz,H. Ajab "Pharmacological and phytochemical analysis of Bergenia ciliata leaf and rhizome extracts" , Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical sciences , 2017
    4. Hina Gul,Mushtaq Ahmad,Muhammad Zafar,Muhammad Sheeraz Ahmad,Prof. Dr. M. Gulfraz "The In Vitro and In Vivo Biological Activities of the Leaf of Cape Myrtle, Myrsine africana L." , Phytotherapy Research , 2017
    5. Raja Tahir Mahmood,Muhammad Javaid Asad,Muhammad Asgher,Prof. Dr. M. Gulfraz,Tariq Mukhtar "ANALYSIS OF LINGOLYTIC ENZYMES AND DECOLORIZATION OF DISPERSE VIOLET S3RL, YELLOW BROWN S2RFL, RED W4BS, YELLOW SRLP AND RED S3B BY BROWN ROT FUNGI" , Pak. J. Agri. Sci ,Volume 54 ,Issue 2 ,Page 407-413 , 2017
    6. Nauman Aziz,Abdul Sami,Prof. Dr. M. Gulfraz,Rahmatullah Qureshi,Tanveer Ibrahim,Ammad Ahmad Farooqi,SM Saqlan Naqvi,M Sheeraz Ahmad "Formulation and evaluation of antioxidant and antityrosinase activity of Polygonum amplexicaule herbal gel" , Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences , 2017
    7. Nyla Jabeen,Zubeda Chaudhary,Prof. Dr. M. Gulfraz,Hamid Rashid,Bushra Mirza "Expression of Rice Chitinase Gene in Genetically Engineered Tomato Confers Enhanced Resistance to Fusarium Wilt and Early Blight" , The Plant Pathology Journal ,Volume 31 ,Issue 3 ,Page 252-258 , 2015

    Tuesday 19 December 2017


    Dr. Siddique Akbar Satti is the head of department of medicine, Capital Hospital Islamabad, Pakistan. He graduated from Rawalpindi Medical College in early 80s. He joined Capital Hospital in 1992. He also served as Executive Director of the hospital.

    Dr. Siddique Akbar Satti is also a fellow and examiner of College of Physician and Surgeons Pakistan (CPSP). He played a vital role in the development of his department in Capital Hospital. The Medicine department of Capital Hospital is the largest of all departments. Every year Capital Hospital receives more than hundred thousand patients in the out-patient department of medicine alone. More than 10,000 patients are admitted in the department of medicine every year.

    He is the one of the pioneer gastro-enterology fellows of CPSP.  He is an expert endoscopist and is well-known for his expert abilities.

    He is also well-known among his colleagues for his fitness and everlasting young looks.

    “It is surprising to me, how Dr. Satti has maintained his fitness, he still looks young and athletic, in our busy profession, I wonder how he does that” Said, Dr. Saleem Qureshi of KRL Hospital during a medical camp in Kalyami village near Islamabad."
    Dr. Satti is also a certified supervisor for the training of post-graduate students. He delivers comprehensive lectures on daily basis. He takes personal interest and monitor the training of his students all by himself. 

    In November 2014 he also organized a Mock exam of Intermediate Module of College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan. Post-graduate trainees from all over the Pakistan came to participate in this exam and his efforts were appreciated.

    “This exam was really helpful, now we know what we are going to face in real exam and now we will be fully prepared because now we know what to do and how to prepare” said by one of the participants."

    Sunday 17 December 2017


    Captain Tikka Khan Bahadur, IOM, 3/2nd Punjab, who was from Dhanyal Tribe and belonged to Karor, a village in Kotli Sattian.

    Tikka Khan was one of the four VCOs who were selected as Indian Orderly Officers in 1926 to attend to the King in Court in London.

    Tikka Khan were commissioned from the IMA course on 22 Dec 1940 and spent most of the WWII in captivity in a POW camp in Italy. 

    MUHAMMAD ALTAF SATTI - Martyr of APS Peshawar

    Muhammad Altaf Satti was SSG commando of 109 Engineers battalion, who has embraced martyrdom on 16th December, 2014 in APS Peshawar terrorist attack. When QRF (Quick Response Force) of Pakistan Army arrived on the spot, Altaf Satti was fighting gallantly against terrorists on his own. He received several bullets in his body during operation against terrorists and embraced martyrdom on the spot after dispatching few terrorists to hell.

    He joined Army on 30th September 1990, later on he was selected for SSG and completed his SSG training in 1993. He has passed ATS (Anti Terrorist Training) with distinctive position. He went to Kargil war and then served at the highest battlefield of the world Siachin.

    He was hafiz-E-Quran as well. Altaf Satti was born in Village of UC Sang, Tehsil Kahuta and completed his education from high School Lehtrar, Tehsil Kotli Sattian

    Thursday 14 December 2017


    Dr. Hafeez is a CTO and founder of SUB ASSOCIATES (Satti Universal Business), based in California, USA. He is from Perchan, Kotli Sattian.

    Hafeez Satti is a proven High Tech executive with over 25 Years of Silicon Valley business and technology knowledge. He has a Track Record of success as an Executive at both large multi-national technology firms & Silicon Valley startups. He has led Multi-national teams, both large and small through difficult Turn-Arounds, and succeeded in very challenging business environments. He excels at simultaneously balancing Business, Technology, logistics, professional staffing and financial issues.
    His support for his clients in achieving their business goals to surpass current microelectronics, fiber optics, semiconductor, wireless communications, LEDs, LDs, clean technology, solar energy, and nanotechnology industry standards. The comprehensive training and “unified front” philosophy enables us to deliver the level and quality of our service regardless of the customer’s approach.

    He has held several high-level technical, business development, marketing and managerial positions including CTO, VP Business Development, Principal Technologist, program manager, Principal Applications engineer, Executive Director Sales & Marketing, Program Director, Adjunct faculty member and Research Engineer. He has worked with culturally diverse people and demonstrated strengths in strategic planning and organization.

    In addition to a Ph.D course work in optics, Hafeez Satti holds a Masters in Electrical Engineering and Masters in Engineering Management from Florida Institute of Technology; holds Masters in Nuclear Physics from Government College University, Lahore and M.Phil in solid state physics from University of the Punjab, Lahore. His accomplished career includes: characterization & optimization of RTP for micro-contamination & Silicide formation in semiconductor processing and equipment. His excellent research work in designing and building first multi-target chamber used to study nuclear energy levels of light nuclei with (proton, gamma) reaction before the cluster tool concept was a major breakthrough in research arena. In addition he has extensive work experience on photo-conductivity of the refractory metals in UHV systems. His significant contribution to the semiconductor processing clustered tool is distinctive.


    Hafeez Satti has conducted a variety of seminars and training courses including Stress Management, TQM, CRM, QSS, Conflict Resolution, Employment Uniqueness, Instructional Techniques, Future Technology Market Trend, Semi Conductor Processing, OEM requirements and III-V Market.

    Areas of Expertise Include:

    • Resolving Complex Issues at Corporate, Divisional and Team levels.
    • Strategic Planning for Business, Technology and Intellectual Property.
    • Global business management, Sales, marketing & product development.
    • Business Results & processes for both startups and large corporations.
    • Organizational Development, Team structure and Driving Execution.



    Dr. Muhammad Manshad Satti is a founder and group CEO of IT butler e-services. He has received B.E (Elec.) and M Eng. (Telecom) from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Sydney, and PhD (Comp Eng) from Deakin University Melbourne Australia.
    Dr. Satti is highly qualified and technical leader in his domain. He has over twenty five years of industrial experience in Electronics, IT and Telecoms. Prior to the founding of IT Butler e-Services an IT Services Company in 2003 (in Sydney), he was the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) of Australia's largest corporate telecom where he developed Telecom security risk assessment, security strategies and complex design for dedicated hosting, collocation, e-commerce and online businesses. During this tenure he designed Australia's first Defense Signals Directorate (DSD) approved, Highly Protected Internet gateway integrated with Tier-4 data centre for Australian federal government online services. He has been engaged in research and development at the leading R & D Security research Laboratory, studying on Intrusion Detection Systems and Data mining techniques for 3-tier security architecture.
    He obtained his doctoral degree from Deakin University, Australia, majoring in ICT Security management systems and advance detection methods. He has authored more than twenty five publications on ICT Security and conducted over 40 international lectures and seminars. Dr. Satti has been associated with the US based HONET research group since 2004, and he is currently assisting the National Science Foundation (USA) for organizing HONET conferences in Middle East and Asia. He was the co-chair and host of HONET 2007 in Dubai and co-chair international for HONET 2008 in Penang, Malaysia.
    Dr. Satti leads the information security special interest group (ICT-SIG) at National IT Development and Promotion Unit (NIDU) under the federal ICT Ministry Islamabad, Pakistan. He is a member of IEEE, the Institute of Engineers Australia (MIE Aust) and earned a Chartered Engineer (CEng.) status. Dr. Satti is listed at the National Professional Register (NPR) in Australia for IT, Telecom and Electrical Engineering chapters.

    His research interests are on Data mining, DPI, LIMA, Correlations and advance Detection systems, used for mitigating future DOS / DDOS attacks on the Internet and Corporate networks, where ISPs are most commonly victims of such attacks.
    In addition to his rich engineering career, Dr. Satti holds a Bachelor degree in Law and a Masters degree in Political Science and International Relations. He is a Bar member at High Courts and is pursuing for Cyber crimes Solicitor in future.
    Dr. Satti is an active research member of IEEE and National Science Foundation (NFS) and acted as the Co-Chairman in HONET 2013 conference which was held in Cyprus on Oct. 2013. He worked on Location Base Services (LBS) for Mobile Banking and a telecom portal for Value Added Services (VAS) for GSM operators.

    The Election Commission of Pakistan has appointed Dr. Muhammad Manshad Satti as a Convener of a Task Force on Internet Voting for Overseas Pakistanis on 19th April, 2018.

    The I-Voting Task Force was mandated to technically assess the overall web-based automated system of internet voting for eligible Pakistani voters living abroad having National Identity Card for Overseas Pakistanis (NICOP) and valid machine-readable Pakistani passport as per the terms of reference (TOR) and will submit its report along with the recommendations.


    Brigadier (R) Sultan Mahmood Satti is currently a managing director of IT Butler e-services, and ex president of Islamabad Athletics association. He was awarded the Sitara-e-Imtiaz (Military) for his 35 years of outstanding service and unwavering dedication.

    His profound understanding of international business stems from his involvement in over-seas operations. His appointments in Qatar, as Communication and Administrative Adviser to the Chief (Armed Forces); and visits to various business hubs such as China and Germany facilitated his deep knowledge of the global business arena, making him uniquely qualified to fuel the expansion and development of IT Butler.

    Brig, Satti earned his Bachelors in Electric Engineering from University of Engineering & Technology (UET) Lahore, Pakistan. His career in Telecommunication (Technical) Management extends to over 22 years & involves the administration of complex projects including the set-up for Fiber Optics, Satellite Communication and Troop Scatter. He has a Masters degree in War Studies and Joint War Studies from Quaid-e-Azam University Islamabad.

    Brig Satti attended the School of Artillery in Fort sill – Oklahoma, USA for a Staff Officers Course in Communication Electronic. He was responsible for the establishment of Microwave Towers/ Communication and Permanent Line in the Northern Areas of Pakistan and parts of Sindh and Punjab.

    His experience encompasses expertise in Managerial and Marketing Administration. Brig Satti was appointed Director Policy Planning and Development, responsible for dealing with promotional and marketing activities. He was the Head of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) of Bahawalpur, Lahore and DG Khan. He was also responsible for the revamping of WAPDA Punjab and organizing an establishment in Sindh for “Anti Car Lifting”. He was also the Head (Commandant) of the oldest Telecomm & Software Engineering Institution for PhD and Graduate programs run by National University of Science and Technology (NUST).

    Along with his professional accomplishments, Brig Satti funds a Non – Profit Organization “Ali Shan Satti Trust” for the prosperity and growth of his home town Kotli Sattian. He is also involved with various other charity programs and organizations.

    Wednesday 13 December 2017


    A handbook of Kotli Sattian is designed to be useful to governmental departments and to other personnel who need a convenient compilation of basic facts and figures of the subdivision Kotli Sattian

    An effort has been made to make the handbook as comprehensive as possible. This book was published in 2000,  some facts has been changed in past 17 years but still it gives a good insight into subdivision Kotli Sattian

    Click here to read "A HANDBOOK OF KOTLI SATTIAN"


    Publisher Kohsar Writers Forum, Kotli Sattian   

    Tuesday 12 December 2017


    Kohsar Writers Forum is a book publisher based in Kotli Sattian, Pakistan. Some of the books are available online now and more books will be available online soon. A handbook of Kotli Sattian, Khiaban-e-Satti, Jurm-e-Zaheefi, Far Western Himalayan Pahari Language, Koohay Yaar and The Ruling Enemy are available online now.

    Click here to read "A HAND BOOK OF KOTLI SATTIAN"            By SABEER SATTI

    Click here to read "KHIABAN-E-SATTI"                                    By SABEER SATTI

                                                                                               By JAHANGIR SATTI

    Click here to read "JURM-E-ZAHEEFI"                                  By IDREES SATTI

    Click here to read "KOOYAY YAAR" A MEMOIR TO DELHI       By IDREES SATTI

    Click here to read "THE RULING ENEMY"                              By JAHANGIR SATTI


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