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Imam Baksh Pehalwan


Pehlwani is a Persian style of wrestling and those who practice this is called Pehalwan. This is practiced mostly in Pakistan, Iran, India, Afghanistan and Bangladesh. This requires great courage and strength to beat competitor and such renowned Pehalwan was Imam Baksh Pehalwan. He enlightened the name of Pakistan as he was entitled as champion of Lahore. The brother of ... Read More »



Traveling from the seashores of Sindh and Balochistan to the peaks of Karakoram Range, You will find Pakistan as one beautiful and charming country of this world. With Allah blessed scenery, Pakistan gives extreme sports fan superb openings for gliding. Gliding is an entertaining activity and bloodthirsty air sport in which pilots fly a plane without an engine – elevated for ... Read More »



Northern areas of Pakistan are not famous just for their natural beauty in all over the world, but also for their traditional, and historical sport event too. The visitors of all over the country and from the world every year setup their tours to visit Northern areas of Pakistan to spend their time with joy. There is no doubt to ... Read More »



The word Kabaddi originates from Hindi word “kaun bada”, meaning challenge and supremacy. It is one of the popular games of not only Pakistan but South Asia too. It is played all over the country with a great zeal and fervor. Celebration days are ornamented with Kabaddi competitions. History The roots of Kabaddi can be traced to the pre-historic era ... Read More »



Kushti is the traditional game of Punjab which dates back to Mughal era in 15th to 18th century. The Mughals called it “warzish-e- Pehalwani” , the wrestling exercise. Kushti: mela They arranged contest of wrestling under their canopy. Ever since pehalwani or kushti has been the cultural heritage of Pakistan especially Punjab. Punjab is the hot place for kushti where it is ... Read More »

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