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Haji Sir Abdullah Haroon

Quaid-e-Azam with Sir Abdullah Haroon

 Haji Sir abdullah haroon was one of the most important political figures in Sindh and a businessman of extraordinary precise. Haji Sir Abdullah Haroon was born in Karachi in 1872. He was brought up with strained circumstances by his widowed mother as he was an orphan since childhood. He worked as a hawker to support his family. Although he had ... Read More »

Lady Hidayatullah

Lady Hidayatullah

Real name of Lady Ghulam Hussain Hidayatulla was Sugrah Begum. She born in a feudal family of Shikarpur in 1904. Begum Sughra got the liberal education of religion, Sindhi, Urdu and elementary English. She grew up in a strict purdah as other women of her family used to observe pardah as well. In 1919, she was just 15 years old ... Read More »

Dr. Israr Ahmad

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Dr. Israr Ahmad was a prominent Pakistani Muslim scholar which Pakistan, India, Middle East and the United States, had its sphere of influence. He was born in a district of Haryana India on April 26, 1932. He was the founder of the Islamic organization “Tanzeem e Islami” which seeks the establishment of a caliphate in Pakistan. Its Headquarter is located in ... Read More »

Abdul Sattar Edhi

abdul sattar edhi

Abdul Sattar Edhi is a public figure that not just known among Pakistan but he is a renowned personality of the world. He is a social activist and humanitarian. He established a foundation named Edhi Foundation and running it with the help of his wife, Bilquis Edhi. This is a nonprofit social welfare organization of Pakistan. Not just in Pakistan, ... Read More »

Delhi Gate Lahore

Historical delhi gate lahore

In the historical city of Lahore a rich culture and  architecture of the Mughal era can be witnessed. The famous Delhi Gate Lahore, Mughal Emperors were very fond of constructing buildings, gateways, and gardens etc. These masterpieces of Mughal era reflect the intelligence and capabilities of the Mughals. Those construction techniques cannot be beat by the modern construction techniques. All ... Read More »

Gold Mines in Balochistan

gold mines in balochistan

Gold mines in Balochistan make it land of gold. It is the southwest part of Pakistan and covers an area of 347,190 square kilometers. Border of Afghanistan is on north and northwest side and bordered by the Iran to southwest side. Arabian Sea lies to the south. Balochistan is the blessed province full of natural resources and minerals. Many gold mines ... Read More »

Nawaz Sharif

nawaz shareef

Nawaz Sharif has become Pakistan’s new Prime Minister in 2013 elections. He is a well known and one of the senior politicians of Pakistan. He served Pakistan twice as Prime Minister of Pakistan. He heads the political party named Pakistan Muslim League N (Nawaz Sharif). His father, Muhammad Sharif belonged to Amritsar, India but he migrated to Lahore in 1947 after ... Read More »

Kangri

kangri of kashmir

Kangri is a traditional heater for the people living in the Kashmir. In other words, we can say that kangari is a fire pot that is made up of earthen pot called “kondul” covered by a wooden stick basket. This basket is knit in the way that that becomes kind of its handle.   The pot inside the basket is ... Read More »

Sufi Ahmed Murad Chishti

sufi ahmad murad chishti

Sufi Ahmed Murad Chishti was an American who was born on October 18, 1896 to a Jewish couple. He became the mystic of Sufi Chishti order and was the student of Inayat Khan. His teacher gave him his name Ahmed Murad in 1946. His actual name was Samuel Lewis. He devoted his life for the peace. Lewis as a child ... Read More »

Medea Benjamin

Media Benjamin

Medea Benjamin is a cofounder of both CODEPINK and the international human rights organization Global Exchange.  She has been an advocate for social justice for more than 30 years. Described as “one of America’s most committed — and most effective — fighters for human rights” by New York Newsday, and called “one of the high profile leaders of the peace ... Read More »

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