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Fort Bala Hisar


One of the most historic and worth visiting places of Peshawar city of province Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa is the Fort Bala Hisar. The word Bala Hisar means, “elevated of high fort” that is from Dari Persian. The Pashtun King Taimur Shah Durrani named the fort as Bala Hisar for whom this fort was the winter capital of the Afghan Durrani Empire ... Read More »

Mohra Muradu

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Near the ruins of Texila, Punjab, a place of an ancient Buddhist stupa and monastery is located that is known as Mohra Muradu.  This ancient monastery is located in a valley and is surrounded by the beautiful mountains and offers an eye-catching view. This monastery is located on a point where monks could meditate in all stillness and peace. Sirsukh ... Read More »

Forts of Pakistan 3


 Pacco Qillo Fort:               In the Hyderabad city of province Sindh, Pakistan a beautiful sample of early modern fortification still exists that is known as Pacco Qillo Fort. Formally, this fort was known as Pacca Qilla. This fort of Pakistan has the unique architecture that is different from the other forts of Pakistan. This Qilla was built by Ghulam Shah. ... Read More »

Forts of Pakistan 2


Ramkot Fort: Among ancient forts of Pakistan a fort named as Ramkot is located besides the Mangla dam in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. This fort can be found over the site of an old Hindu Shiva temple and is located on the summit of a hill. The River Jehlum surrounds the fort from three sides. The Muslim rulers of Kashmir in ... Read More »

Forts of Pakistan 1

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Pakistan is the country that has many historical places and cities that can be traced back to the centuries. People from diverse cultures and religions migrated here and ruled on different parts in the different periods. During their rule, they built and constructed different forts, temples and mosque etc that Pakistan inherited in 1947 after the independence. There is a ... Read More »

LaL Sohanra National Park


In Bahawalpur District in province of Punjab is the national park of Pakistan which is recognized as one of the largest national park in south Asia is known as Lal Sohanra national Park. The park is also known for the diversity of its landscape that is about 153000 acre. It encompasses areas of forest, water and desert. It is positioned ... Read More »

Khun-Zerav National Park


In Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan lies a National park known as Khun-zerav national park which is mistakenly known as khunjerab. The translation of khun is Blood and the word zerav means is to stream in wakhi the native language. For a long time it was mistakenly written and pronounced because in past the language was not that much developed and was ... Read More »



Near Taxila, Punjab, Jaulian ruins of ancient Buddhist monastery are located. The Julian ruins can be traced back to the fifth century CE. There are two main parts of these ruins, one is the main stupa and other one is the monastery and university of Jaulian. Jaulina ruins are located at the top of mountain and the building of university ... Read More »

Gurdwaras in Pakistan

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Pakistan is a Muslim country but people belonging to many religions live in Pakistan and they have established their places of worship. There are many Churches, Mandirs, Gurdwars and other many other minorities’ places of worship. A huge number of Sikhs also live in Pakistan and have built their places of worship called Gurdwaras in Pakistan. One of the Pakistan’s ... Read More »

Gurdwara Punja Sahib

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Pakistan has so many historic places among them there are many mosques, mandirs, churches and gurdwars that still exists in a very good condition and people still visit there to perform their religious rituals. There are number of gurwaras located in the different cities of Pakistan, some of them like Gurdwara Janam Asthan and Gurdwara Punja Sahib are considered the ... Read More »

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