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Jahangir Kothari Parade

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The beautiful and colorful architectures are considered as a pride of Karachi city. The furnished parade opens door to access the Clifton Sea known as Jahangir Kothari Parade. The location of the parade is exotic and its beauty is increased by fascinating views of sea.   Seth Jahangir Hormusji Kothari, the real owner of the site and a distinguished personality ... Read More »

Sindhi Dress

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Dress is body clothing of humans and it develops in different environments, different areas according to the economic facilities available over a long period. Traditions, culture, and at times, emulated with religion like the one the long robs of Arabs. As Sindh is known as Bab ul Islam and it was concurred by Mohammed bin Qasim an Arab man that ... Read More »

Baltit Fort

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In Gilgit-Baltistan in Hunza Valley, an ancient fort knows as Baltit Fort or Balti Fort was built 700 years ago. A local prince in 16 century married princes of Baltistan and as a part of her dowry she brought the master Balti craftsmen to renovate the fort for her. The Tibetan style of Buddhist reflects from the architecture that gives ... Read More »

Bibi Pak Daman

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Bibi Pak Daman is the name of a mausoleum situated near Empress Road Lahore. It is a crowded and massively visited monument. This place holds graves of six women.  Meaning of the name Bibi Pak Daman is “chaste lady” or “Lady of Purity”. This name refers collectively to all six women buried inside the tomb but some say it refers ... Read More »

Reshma

Reshma pakistani singer

          Pakistan is the country that gave birth to many folk and sufi singers. Reshma is one of those folk singers of Pakistan. Not just in Pakistan but she is very popular in many countries especially in India. Reshma was born  in Bikaner a small village in Rajasthan. She belonged to a gypsy family. Her family soon ... Read More »

Baba Guru Nanak Janam Bhoomi

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Nankana Sahab formerly known as Rai-Bhoi-Di-Talwandi is the capital city of the district named Nankana Sahab in a Province of Pakistan, Punjab. This city is famous for its high historic and religious value. The name of the city is after the name of first guru of the Sikhs known as Nanak Dev. This city is of very importance for the ... Read More »

Sugarcane Juice

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Sugarcane juice is the drink that is famous all over the world especially in the countries that produce sugarcanes. Pakistan is one of the counties that produce the sugarcane on the large scale. This beverage is very famous in the whole country. Roadside vendors can be seen offering the sugarcane juice. Sugarcane juice is also known as “roh” or “ganny ... Read More »

Chaukhandi Tombs

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Chaukhandi tombs, it is a graveyard located near Landhi town on N-5 National Highway, 29 kilometers of east Karachi. These tombs are remarkable and unique because of its stone carving. This unique architecture style can only be seen in Sindh and cannot be found anywhere else in the Islamic world. Chaunkhandi tombs are attributed to Jokhio. Jokhio was a tribe ... Read More »

Falooda

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Falooda is a very popular sweet and cold beverage in South Asian that contains verity of ingredients. Falooda is a modified form of a Persian non-liquid sweet dish known as “faloodeh”. In Pakistan, it is one of the famous beverages mostly used in summers. Not just in Pakistan but it is popular in many other countries like India, Bangladesh, Sri ... Read More »

Lahore Fort

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Lahore is a very popular city of Punjab, Pakistan. Lahore itself calls the historical city. History and origin of the city Lahore cannot be traced back. There are so many beautiful historical places in the beautiful and historical city. Lahore fort is one of the most charming historical buildings in Pakistan. It is located   in the Walled City of Lahore’s ... Read More »

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