Pakistanis are basically those men and women complaining about their country every second. Talk to a country fellow and their list wouldn’t come to an end regarding how worried they are by the unrest and political issues of the country. Every person living here is unsatisfied and living an underrated life except for THOSE off-course! So many issues we have here, so many complains, so much injustice at time too, but yet something unites us. Despite all the problems every Pakistani faces here we are reluctant to leave this country. The reason is that none of us hates Pakistan, we just hate those problems and we know we can overcome certain disputes just by showing little courtesy towards our beloved country.
There was a man, a man who fought hard, who made sure Muslims in the sub-continent (Indo-Pakistan) get their own home land to prove their identity and presence. This man was Jinnah, even the most powerful people of that time couldn’t buy him off. Due to his hard work and determinacy we Muslims whom were previously living in a Hindu dominating society knows as the Indian subcontinent are living in a free country today. Thank-you Jinnah, unfortunately Pakistan is not what you wanted it to be but there’s a shining beacon of hope as the people of Pakistan are exactly what you wanted them to be, they LOVE their country.
Democracy is in the blood of Musalmans, who look upon complete equality of manhood (mankind) and believe in fraternity, equality and liberty.” ― Muhammad Ali Jinnah
Pakistan is among the beauty of Asia, the country is blessed with four seasons making it a fruitful country. It is enriched with cultures. Pakistan is a blend of various cultures spread over four provinces of the country.
The north side of the country is an immense beauty, to the extreme north there is heaven on earth, Kashmir. There is no beauty as this place. The Karakoram Highway is the greatest wonder of modern Pakistan and one of the most spectacular roads in the world. Connecting Pakistan to China, it twists through three great mountain ranges, the Himalayas and Karakoram.
Punjab is the most enriched province of Pakistan, all the seasons and soil is suitable for various agricultures. The heart of this province is Lahore, everything about this city is historical. Although Lahore may not be Pakistan’s capital city, it wins hands down as its cultural, intellectual and artistic hub. If history and architecture are your passion there’s an evocative mix, from formidable Mughal monuments to faded legacies of the British Raj. Indeed, even a ramble around the Old City can unfold into a mini-adventure.
The province of Balochistan in Pakistan contains most of historical Balochistan and is named after the Baloch. Neighboring regions are Iranian Balochistan to the west, Afghanistan and the Federally Administered Tribal Areas to the north and Punjab and Sindh to the east. To the south is the Arabian Sea. The principal languages in the province are Balochi, Pashto and Persian. The capital and largest city is Quetta.
The second largest province of the country is Sindh. Sind is one of the four provinces in Pakistan located at the Southern border. The province of Sind has its name derived from the famous River Indus. Karachi is the main city here. This province offers a variety of pleasant attractions: wide sunny beaches, deep-sea fishing, yachting, golf and horseracing all year round. Hyderabad, Moenjodaro, Sukkar, Thar and Rohri are the prominent historical places here.
Due to its richness in cultures and art, Pakistan makes its own dominant mark in the world and attract tourists. Apart from these factors, what still makes Pakistan strong and powerfull are the people living here whom all still somewhat ”ALL FOR ONE AND ONE FOR ALL”.
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