About Baacha Khan Trust

Welcome to Baacha Khan Trust, a non-governmental organisation that was established in 2004 with the mission of preserving and promoting the legacy of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan, also known as Baacha Khan. As one of the most important and influential figures in the history of the Pashtun people, Baacha Khan dedicated his life to promoting education, nonviolence, and democracy in the region.

At Baacha Khan Trust, we are proud to carry on his legacy by engaging in a wide range of activities and initiatives aimed at promoting these values and creating a brighter future for the Pashtun people. One of our most important projects is the publication of Pakhtoon, a historical magazine that was first published in 1928 by Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan himself. Our organization has continued this tradition by publishing Pakhtoon regularly, with a focus on the rich history and culture of the Pashtun community.

In addition to publishing Pakhtoon, Baacha Khan Trust is also home to several departments that conduct research on fiction, Islamic studies, and history. Our Bacha Khan Research Centre, located at Bacha Khan Markaz in Peshawar, is one of the most respected institutions of its kind in the region. The centre is dedicated to advancing knowledge in these important areas and promoting a greater understanding of the Pashtun people and their culture.

At Baacha Khan Trust, we are also committed to promoting organic music through our Angaazey Production. We believe that music is an important part of the cultural heritage of the Pashtun people and that it has the power to bring people together and promote understanding and peace.

Finally, our historical newspaper, Shahbaz, provides a unique and valuable perspective on the history of the Pashtun people. This publication is an important resource for scholars, researchers, and anyone who is interested in learning more about the rich and complex history of this vibrant community.

Overall, Baacha Khan Trust is dedicated to promoting education, preserving cultural heritage, and promoting peace and nonviolence. We are proud to carry on the legacy of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan and to work towards a brighter future for the Pashtun people. Our commitment to these values is reflected in all of our initiatives and projects, and we are always looking for new ways to promote understanding and cooperation between communities.