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There are songs for birth and marriage, love songs, songs of war, and songs glorifying legendary heroes of the past. Sehra Bandi is a marriage song, and Mehndi songs are sung when henna (a red dye) is being applied to the bride and groom in preparation for marriage.
The Punjab is an ancient center of culture in the Indian subcontinent.After then, Persians, Greeks, Huns, Turks, and Afghans were among the many peoples that entered the Indian subcontinent through the northwestern passes and left their mark on the region.Punjabis, who are basically of Aryan, or Indo-European ancestry, are the modern descendants of the mixture of peoples that passed through the region.The Shiwaliks, the outer foothills of the Himalayas, define the Punjab's eastern boundary.The region is a vast plain, drained by the Indus River and its tributaries.In the northeast, the plain lies at just under 1,000 feet (about 300 meters) above sea level, but it declines to under 250 feet (75 meters) in elevation along the Indus River in the south.
The hills bordering the plain are higher than 4,000 feet (1,200 meters) in the Shiwaliks and about 5,000 feet (1,500 meters) in the Salt Range. The average January temperature is 55° F (13° C ), although minimums drop close to freezing and hard frosts are common.The Punjab has a subtropical climate, with hot summers and cool winters. Rainfall varies from about 49 inches (125 centimeters) in the hills in the northeast to no more than 8 inches (20 centimeters) in the dry southwest. However, weather systems from the northwest bring valuable amounts of rain in the winter.Punjabi is the name of the language, as well as the people, of the Punjab region.At times in the past, the Punjab and its population have enjoyed a special political identity as well as a cultural identity.During the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries , the region was administered as a province of the Mogul Empire.It lay within the bounds of the Harappan civilization, the sophisticated urban (city-based) culture that flowered in the Indus Valley during the third millennium .