Pakistan Is a Beautiful Country
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I have seen almost every country of world but Pakistan is most beautiful country among all. Switzerland is very beautiful but it is nothing in front of Pakistan. Pakistan can earn money by its beauty as Switzerland do.— (Imran khan)Prime minister of Pakistan
Afew Pakistan beautiful places
Pakistan has many beautiful place. Millions of people visit beauty of Pakistan every years.
Some beautiful places of Pakistan are following:-
- Kumrat Valley – Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
- Taobutt – Neelum Valley – Azad Kashmir
- Gwadar – Balochistan
- Kalash Valley – Chitral
- Kund Malir Beach
- Nathiagali – Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
- Fairy Meadows
- Naran and Kaghan Valley
- Hunza Valley
and many more beautiful places exit in Pakistan
Detail about some Pakistan beautiful areas
Hunza Valley is a mountainous valley located in Gilgit, which is an area under the government of Pakistan. The main town of Hunza, Karimabad (formerly known as Baltit) is the capital as well as most popular tourist destination of Hunza. As famous as the valley is for its beauty, the people of Hunza are also well-known for their friendliness and hospitality. Hunza’s tourist season is generally from May to October, because in winter the Karakoram Highway is often blocked by the snow.Unlike most places in Pakistan, Hunza valley has a very high literacy rate of more than 90%.Hunza was formerly a princely state, bordering China to the north-east and Pamir to its northwest, which survived until 1974, when it was dissolved by Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. The state bordered the Gilgit Agency to the south, the former princely state of Nagar to the east. The state capital was the town of Baltit (also known as Karimabad) and its old settlement is Ganish Village.
Skardu, capital of Baltistan is perched 2,438 metres above sea level in the backdrop of the great peaks of the Karakorams. Balti people are a mixture of Tibetan and Caucasian stock and speak Balti, an ancient form of Tibetan. Due to the similarity of its culture, lifestyle and architecture with Tibet, Baltistan is also known as the "Tibet-e-Khurd" (Little Tibet).
It borders on the Chinese province of Xinjiang and Indian Kashmir. The tourist season is from April to October. The maximum temperature is 27 C and minimum (October) 8 C. Apart from its incomparable cluster of mountain peaks and glaciers Baltistan's five valleys, - Shigar, Skardu, Khaplu, Rondu and Kharmang are noted for their luscious peaches, apricots, apples and pears.
Murree, once a charming colonial town nestled in the Himalayan foothills is now a popular hill station and bustling summer resort in the Galyat region of northern Punjab. Due to being a picturesque and pleasantly scenic places in the country, the last one decade have seen rampant development and today Murree more closely resembles a litter-strewn overcrowded and a thriving tourist resort. However it remains exceedingly popular with Pakistani families for whom its truly a tourist paradise and receives glowing recommendations from this demographic. In summer it is cool - even chilly in the evening - while light rain is common. In winter Murree hides herself under thick blanket of snow. It is the birthplace of explorer Francis Younghusband.
Saiful Muluk is a beautiful, clear water lake with a slight green shade at an elevation of 3.224m (10,578ft) above the sea level, located in upper Kaghan Valley in Mansehra District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of the Pakistan
Culture of Pakistan
.Pakistan’s culture is enrich in traditions and represents history of this region. Pakistani people and society is unique in its way of life, thoughts and morals.
Pakistan is one of countries who follow culture in every aspect of life like food and dress etc. Pakistani Culture upholds traditions and conventions Some of Famous cultures of Pakistan are Punjabi, Sindhi, Balochi and Siraiki etc. This culture has great traditions of fairs and festival.
Punjabi Culture in Pakistan
The culture of the Punjab encompasses the spoken language, written literature, cuisine, science, technology, military warfare, architecture, traditions, values and history of the Punjabi people native to the northern part of the Indian subcontinent. The term 'Punjabi' can mean both a person who lives in Punjab and also a speaker of the Punjabi language. This name originates from the Persian language 'panj', (five), and 'ab', (water). Combined together the word becomes Panjab or Punjab: land of the five rivers. Indus River (the largest river in this five river system), and the five other rivers to the south eventually join Indus or merge into it later in the downstream of the Punjab valley. All the rivers start and flow out of the Himalayas. These other five rivers are Jhelum River, Chenab River, Ravi River, Beas River and Sutlej River.
Language and Literature:-
Punjabi language is written with the Gurmukhi alphabet in India. In Pakistan, the Punjabi language is written with the Shahmukhi alphabet which is similar to the Urdu language alphabet. Approximately 130 million people, mainly in Pakistan's West Punjab and India's East Punjab, speak the Punjabi language which is considered to be an Indo-Aryan language. In the Punjabi literature, there are three major Punjabi romantic epic poems based on folk love stories - Heer Ranjha by the poet Waris Shah (1722-1798), Sohni Mahiwal etc. The poetry gives a clear view into the Punjabi mindset. Many Punjabi language books are translated throughout the world into many other languages. Among the major Punjabi poets are Baba Fariduddin Ganjshakar (1179-1266), Baba Guru Nanak (1469-1539) and Bulleh Shah (1680-1757). One of the most important Punjabi holy books is Guru Granth Sahib in the Sikh religion.
Sindhi Culture in Pakistan
sindhi culture is one of the oldest culture in the sub continent the sindhi culture in Pakistan is also richest this tradition includes sindhi Topi ajrak and his own cultural dresses. Sindh has a very rich culture that is significantly known over the world. We have historical evidences, which manifest its deep roots in society. Hospitality, peace-loving attitude, strong cultural and social values etc, are some of the well-known features of Sindhi culture. As everything is subject to change, new inventions and innovations have definitely caused many changes in our culture from time to time.
Islam In Sindh
From the beginning of Muslim rule of the Sindh in 713 CE, the Muslim technocrats, bureaucrats, soldiers, traders, scientists, architects, teachers, theologians and Sufis travelled from the rest of the Muslim world to the Islamic Sultanate in Sindh, and settled there permanently. The majority of Sindhis converted to Islam by the Sufi mystics from Middle East and Central Asia. The Sindh became distinct in its identity and culture, and many contemporary writers in medieval age referred to Sindh and Hind as two different countries. The Sindhi culture flourished with a new stimulus from Islamic sources from Persia and Afghanistan. Many Baloch and Afghan tribes also settled in Sindh, adopting Sindhi culture.
Historical places in Pakistan
There are many historical place in Pakistan. Some are following :-
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