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khajistan

Khajistan, envisioned by Saad Khan, is an archival project devoted to preserving the rich yet overlooked histories and cultures of communities spanning from the Indus to the Maghreb—areas collectively referred to as The Middle World. Committed to inclusivity, the initiative challenges dominant narratives that have historically silenced marginalized voices. By offering an archive that is as objective as it is comprehensive, Khajistan serves as a counterpoint to storytelling driven by power structures and colonial legacies.

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Leveraging both traditional and digital platforms, Khajistan curates a multi-faceted archive that includes a wide range of media, from film to literature. The archive features rare published materials, as well as suppressed, censored, and banned publications from countries including Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Egypt, Lebanon, Israel, and Morocco. In addition, Khajistan receives real-time digital contributions from a global community. Beyond archiving, the organization operates a dedicated radio station and publishing arm, and has plans to establish museums aimed at fostering a more nuanced and inclusive understanding of the Middle World."

 

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Leveraging both traditional and digital platforms, Khajistan curates a multi-faceted archive that includes rare published materials suppressed, censored, and banned publications from Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Egypt, Lebanon, Israel, and Morocco, and real-time digital contributions from a global community, and a variety of media ranging from film to literature. Additionally, Khajistan operates a dedicated radio station and publishing arm and plans to establish museums to further its mission of fostering a more nuanced and inclusive understanding of the Middle World.

 

More than just an archive, Khajistan is a movement. It advocates for cultural preservation that looks beyond modern nation-states and resonates with diverse communities worldwide. In essence, Khajistan is not merely about looking back; it's about shaping a more inclusive and understanding future for all.

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