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Walled City of Peshawar

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             Peshawar is one of the Pakistan important metropolitan cities that is located in the Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa province. Peshawar is one of the old and historical cities of Asia. An old portion of this city is known as the walled city of Peshawar. Many of the walls were built here and during the British Raj, some Cantonments guarded by barbed ... Read More »

Sethi Mohalla

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Peshawar is one of the historical city of Pakistan and has many historical and worth visiting places. An old portion of this city is known as walled city. This old portion of the city has an area in it named as “Sethi Mohalla”. This mohalla once consisted over two dozen houses but today around one dozen of original houses including ... Read More »

Jared Town

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Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is not famous just for its natural beauty, but also for its handicraft work. The people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are very hard work, brave, and in creativity they are not behind from the other provinces of Pakistan. The products of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are very famous all over the country, and also exported to the other countries. The handmade ... Read More »

Kalu Khani Thalee

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Kalu Khani Thalee, special and traditional dish of the people of Peshawar is used on many special occasions and weddings. It enhances the beauty of the food presented on the blissful moments. History Kalu khan was a villager from Sawabi District who made this Thalee first time.The people of that village are expert in making this thalee which is sent to other ... Read More »

Qehwa Khana

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Qehwa, usually known as green tea is a traditional drink of Peshawar. People love to take it after having spicy meals. Qehwa Khana is a popular place of Peshawar where people come to enjoy the soothing taste of Qehwa. It is one of the most popular places of Peshawar. The relieving taste of Qehwa of Peshawar is loved by all. ... Read More »

Khyber Pass

Khyber Pass

Khyber Pass recognized as one of the oldest passes in the world is about fifty-three KM long passing through the mountainous region of Hindu Kush. This pass connects north of Pakistan in Peshawar and ends up at Torkham in Afghanistan. Narrowest portion of this pass is almost three meters and the highest point is about 3500ft. Khyber Pass is one ... Read More »

Tribes in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

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N.W.F.P now Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, a province of Pakistan, gifted by the nature with a lot of areas that full of natural beauty so as have different types of people, their different traditions, and cultural values. Simply we can divide this province in different tribes that separated all over the province in different areas. The people of these tribes are living ... Read More »

Peshawri Chappal

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Someone said that footwear highlights your personality and a costly dress can low down your personality if you are not wearing equally valuable footwear that could be the shoes, sandals, or a chappal. Peshawar is the provincial capital of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa an old and historically very valuable city of Pakistan. If we break the whole word “PESHAWAR” in two parts ... Read More »

Sarhadi – Pashtun Dress

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The Pashtun (Sarhadi) Dress belongs to people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (NWFP) province of Pakistan. Both males and females wear Shalwar Kameez there. Male uses Pakol (Pakul or Khapol) which is rounded topped hat made up of soft wool. For wearing it requires rolling from sides to form a band which helps to rest it on the head just like cap. ... Read More »

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