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Dudipatsar Lake


Kaghan Valley of Pakistan is pretty generous in offering a host of natural scenes which captivate human eyes and hearts. Dudiptsar Lake is one of those eye-catching sights the stunning beauty of which takes the breaths. The lake is formed by the water trickled down from the mountains around it. Thus, the scenic beauty of Dudiptsar Lakeis composed of the snow clad ... Read More »

Sea Shells- Seepi

Pakistani man Abdul Raheem collects shells on Karachi's Clifton Beach

Starting from Clifton Beach of Karachi till Kund Malir and Omara Beach at Gawadar, we talk about the scenic beauty, silver sand, camel and horse riding, water sports, boating, fishing but what we should not miss and is common in all these beaches is the Sea Shells at the sea shore and sand. The Sea Shell is the most beautiful, ... Read More »

Hingol National Park


190 kilo meters away from Karachi and situated on the coast of Makran, Hingol National Park is the largest park of Pakistan covering about 1,650 km². It covers three districts of Balochistan which are Gwadar, Lasbela, and Awaran with its boundaries of 610, 043 hectares. In 1988, first time it was declared reserved.The area of park grows vegetation of many types ... Read More »

Zamzama Gun


Manufactured by Shah Wali Khan, .and immortalized by Rudyard Kipling by mentioning it in his novel, Zamzama gun of Lahore reminds us of the days when Ahmad Shah Durrani came to Lahore and ordered to make a grand and huge gun. The order was fulfilled and a Jizya (tax) was imposed in 1760 on the Sikhs and Hindus to collect money ... Read More »



Haleem is one of the most popular dishes of Pakistan, India, Bangla desh, and Iran. But in Pakistan, it is adored. Haleem is liked in its different forms in the other regions of the world like Iraq. Its forms are Harissa and Keshkek which are made up of the same ingredients with a slight change of recipe. Pakistani cuisine is ... Read More »



Nihari is one of the traditional dishes of Pakistani cuisine that belongs to the roots of our culture. The origin of Nihari is basically belongs to the subcontinent from the kitchens of Nawab. After getting appreciation from the royal kitchens of Lucknow, Nihari became an extremely popular dish in Pakistan after independence in 1947. The name of this spicy and ... Read More »

Arid Beauty of Tharparkar


The arid beauty of Tharparkar is devoid of water especially of river or lake water for the most part of the year. Pakistan is replete with the extreme beauty of the four seasons. On one side, winter leaves everything withered; the intense hot weather evaporates even the breaths on the other Spring brings the message of life all around on one hand; ... Read More »



Pakistani cuisine is as diverse as its people. Among the drinks or beverages consumed in Pakistan, lassi, is quite popular. It is a traditional Pakistani dairy beverage, originally from Punjab. On a hot sunny day it is only natural to quench one’s thirst with a tall glass of Lassi. In Punjab it is the most desired drink , Especially in ... Read More »

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