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Bholu Pehalwan – The mighty wrestler of ‘50s


Haji Manzoor Hussain, known as Bholu Pehlwan, was the most famous wrestler of his time. Bholu’s name was listed in the history of Pehalwaan-baazi (traditional wrestling). He belonged to a Gujjar GAMA wrestling family from Amritsar, Punjab. He passed his childhood in Amritsar for 9 years. He was 9, when it was his school vacations; he went Patiala to pay ... Read More »

Malala Yusufzai


The people of Pakistan are literate enough to discriminate between right and wrong which have been proven by the young brave girl of Swat namely Malala Yusufzai. The girl is just 13 years old and she stood up to protect the rights of the girls’ education. She raised her voice and championed the cause for the people of Swat against ... Read More »

Hakeem Saeed


If we look into the history of the sub-continent then we’ll get to know that how many great personalities were born and died within the sub-continent. One amongst these great personalities was Sir Hakeem Saeed. He was a well-known and world recognized medical researcher, philanthropist, scholar, educationist and humanitarian. He was born in 1920 in the month of January on ... Read More »

Liaquat Ali Khan


He was the 1st prime Minister of Pakistan and 1st Finance Minister of India in the Interim Government. He was born on 1st October 1896. He played a vital role in the independence of Pakistan and India with Mohammad Ali Jinnah. Liaquat was given a title of Quaid-e-Millat and Shaheed-e-Millat. Education He got birth in the very small town of karnal and he ... Read More »

Sardar Abdur Rab Nishtar


Sardar Abur Rab Nishtar was a prominent figure in movement of Pakistan. He was born on 13th July, 1899 in Peshawar. He is known as kaker because the caste of his family was kaker. He was a member of the committee “All India Muslim league”. He was a great poet as well. His poetry reflects the human values and urged the ... Read More »



Sadeqain was a great art legend and was famous for his tremendous painting and calligraphy skills. Sadeqain’s full name was Syed Sadeqain Ahmed Naqwi and was born in the year 1930 in the city of Amroha. He made fantastic efforts in the field of art and so received many honorable awards from the government of Pakistan. His life was based ... Read More »

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan


Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan is known to be one of the greatest singers sub-continent has ever known. The early start of Nusrat was from Qawwali style of singing. He is also known as Shahenshah-e-Qawwali. Nusrat was born in Faisalabad Pakistan and gave his first performance at just 16 years of age. It goes without saying that Nusrat struggled very hard ... Read More »

Hafeez Jalandhari


Abu Al Asr Hafeez Jalandhari, a well known name in the history of Pakistan, a poet, writer, philosopher and active participant of the Pakistan Movement before partition. Hafeez Jalandhari was born in Jalandhar, British India on January 14, 1900. Son of Shams-ud-din, who was Hafiz-e-Quran, Hafeez Jalandhari got his early education at a mosque and later on he was sent ... Read More »

Allan Faqeer


Allan Fakir, one of the most recognized folk singers, was born on 1932 in the ancient Aamri village, Taluka Manjhand, Jamshoro, District, Sindh, Pakistan. Known as one of the foremost exponents of sufi music in Pakistan, Allan Fakir belonged to the Mangrasi tribe. The tribe of Mangarhars are believed to bring happiness and welcomed on celebratory occasions for the gift ... Read More »

Imran Khan as Cricketer


It was 25th march 1992. The venue was Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) where a man wearing lime green cricketing jersey was lifting a Waterford Crystal Trophy on dais. It was the moment when Imran Khan as cricketer achieved a landmark in the history of Pakistani Cricket. It was the instant when he turned the dream of his nation into reality. It ... Read More »

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