Shahi

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Shahi

A currency subdivision in Afghanistan between 1891 and 1925. A shahi was worth 1/12th of an Afghan rupee.
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The ancient remains were discovered at Odigram, which was the capital of Swat during the Hindu Shahi period between the 8th and 10th century.
The cultural heritage of Swat ranges from the Stone Age to the Greek remains, the Buddhist, Hindu Shahi, and Ghaznavid sites, not to mention the important Islamic heritage represented by the wooden mosques of Upper Swat.
Another 200 sites and buildings of antiquity spread across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa belonging to various eras British, Sikh, Durrani, Mughal, Hindu Shahi, Gandharan and Greco-Bactrian period also deserve to be included in the provincial and national protected monuments heritage lists.