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Pakistan is blessed with countless delightful places that are filled with natural beauty. Many beautiful lakes are also the part of it they also plays an important role in enhancing the beauty of our country. Lake Lulusar is also among these momentous lakes that are the favorite tourist spot for many. The primary head water of Kunhar River is Lulusar ... Read More »

Gupis Valley


Gupis is also popular for fabulous natural attractiveness like all other valleys of Biltistan. It is located in the west of Gilgit on the bank of River Gilgit and is about 112 km away from it. The valley is filled with magnificent sceneries and spectacular sights. The turquoise water of the valley flowing by the side of the road and ... Read More »

Bundal Island


Bundal Island is also identified as Bundaar, which is an undersized island situated in the Arabian Sea off the sea shore of Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. It is actually the local fishermen of this area that pronounces Bundal as Bhadar. It is a twin Island of Buddo that lies to its West. The famous tomb of Muslim “Sufi Yusf Shah” is ... Read More »

Biafo Glacier


A well-known glacier in the mountains of Karakoram is known as Biafo Glacier which is located in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. It is about 63 km long glacier which meets Hipar Glacier which is 49 km long at a height of 5,128 m Hispar La to make the world’s largest glacial system outside the polar areas. The highway of ice also bond ... Read More »

Baintha Brakk


Baintha Brakk is situated in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan it is also known as The Orge. It is a vertical, rocky mountain with an estimated height of about 7,285 m found in the Panmah Muztagh, which is a subordinate array of the Karakoram mountain range. This mountain is known as the hardest peak in the world as it is quiet hard to climb ... Read More »

The Silk Route & Karakorum Highway

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Shahra e Reshum or the Silk Route is one of the most prominent places in Pakistan, which is now known as Karakorum Highway. The silk route contains a history from second century B.C. It was known as a great commerce route created from Chang’an (now Xian) in the east and completed at the Mediterranean in the west, connecting China with ... Read More »

Mangroves in Pakistan

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Mangroves are slat tolerant bush kind trees, which strengthen in, inter tidal zones of tropical and subtropical localities, stream deltas and along the coasts. There are some 15.9 million hectares of mangrove timber plantations around the world. They are of large economic and ecological importance. Mangroves live life on the point with one end on land and one in the ... Read More »

The Indus River


To the ancient Hindus, the Indus flowed from the mouth of the lion, Sinh-Ka-Baba. They described the river in Sanskrit as the Sindus. Then Greeks named it Sinthus, followed by Romans Sindus & Chinese Sintow, and then came Persians who named it Abisin. Pliny first used the name Indus as history tells us. India was named after Indus, and through ... Read More »

Lahore Canal…..A Swimming Pool Free for All

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In the east of Lahore city, a canal runs that starts from Bambawali-Ravi-Bedian (BRB) known as Lahore Canal. This canal is very much popular in the city and one of the reasons is that in summers you can see a huge number of youngsters swimming in it. It will not be wrong if said about canal that Lahore Canal, A ... Read More »


LOC Pakitan India

LOC – Pakistan India The line of control LOC exists since cease fire of December 17, 1971. Jammu and Kashmir, one of the oldest unresolved disputes, however remains the underlying cause of tensions between the two south Asian nuclear powers. The two countries have largely observed ceasefire along the LOC since long and have also taken steps to normalize relations. ... Read More »

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