Diverse Cultural Passion in Pakistan

As Pakistani”s we can proudly acknowledge the various cultures that exists in Pakistan today including many societies of different ethnic backgrounds. In Nothern Pakistan we have the Dardic, Wakhi and Burusho communities, the west comprises of the Baluch and the Pakhtoon, in eastern Pakistan there are the Muhajir and the Makarani communities and lastly in the east there are the Punjabis, Kashmiris and the Sindhis. Pakistan has a mixed and interesting blend of many of these historical local culture as well as cultural attributes adopted from other Muslim countries like Turkey and many Arab or Gulf countries because the Islamic culture has a large role influencing the overall culture in the entire state since the majority of the population is Muslim.


Then the other major cultural influences in Pakistan are from our neighboring countries including the Persians, Afghans, Indians, the Southern and Central Asian Countries where we share many common attributes ion terms of clothing, art and even the food that we eat. We also have rich cultural history the various civilizations that existed in this region in the past. Some examples include the Indus Valley Civilization which existed in 2800 – 1800 B.C., and was known for its amazing cities, organized sanitation, brilliant roads and exquisite societies.The culture of Pakistan seems to be so diverse because it has been invaded quite a few times and has been inhabited by a number of different people, each of them have left their traces of culture on the locals of the country. The more prominent invaders were the Greeks, Aryans, White Huns, Arabs, Turks, Mongol, Afghans, Buddhists and other Eurasian groups until and including the British who finally left in the 1940s. This makes Pakistan one of the most culturally diverse nations in the world today which includes many different cultural trademarks like the large variety of languages spoken within the Pakistani nation. Including the culture inherited because of the long reign of the Muslim Moghul empire here which set its own cultural milestones and influence within the various regions especially within Pakistan.

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Love Pakistani Culture

Adil Amir-


Pakistani? Oh Yes I am!!

I was sitting all alone by my window thinking of the recent bomb blast in the city. I was terrified at the thought of people screaming and lying hopelessly on the ground. The thought of hundreds of people lying on the ground, covered in their own blood left me aghast. Who was responsible of this bloodshed in the country? Who was responsible for the daily target killings? Who is responsible for all this? These questions were killing me from inside. I could no longer bear the pain. I started crying, crying for my dear land, Land of Pakistan!

I remember what my grandmother told me, how this country came into being after a million of sacrifices! I don’t know what has gone wrong with us. Why have we forgotten our true identity? Why do we try to live a life like that of the foreigners, people of the West? I just can’t understand!

Today, people in Pakistan are proud to call themselves Punjabis, Sindhis, Pathans, Muhajirs etc. but when it comes to being a Pakistani, we all feel ashamed.
Why don’t we people realize that we are all a part of a family, a family of Pakistan? We are all sisters and brothers and we need to support each other in every aspect of life instead of fighting with our own brothers.

Every day, we sing our national anthem with pride and gusto but have we ever stopped and thought upon its words? What do they mean? Our national anthem says that the order of this sacred land is the might of the brotherhood of its people. Do we act upon these words? Are we living a united life? No, we are not! So why do we sing this national anthem daily when we don’t act upon its words?

But still I believe that someday, maybe someday, this pure land of Pakistan will be transformed into a beautiful symphony of brotherhood. Sooner or later, we will be exempted from harsh calamities one way or another. A day not far enough, will soon arrive, the day when we will all stand together acting upon the three words … Unity, Faith and Discipline!

This country is falling into decline, I know. But I also know that it’s not someone else but ourselves who are responsible for the decline of our country. It’s because of us that our country is falling into debt. Yes, it is because of us only. We, the younger generation, have to put it on the right track, to make it free from all hatred, from all prejudice against our own brothers.

Well, whatever may happen, wherever I may go, I just want to say that “I am proud to be a Pakistani!” I will try my best to save my country from all evil and will always be ready to give my life for it.
Common Pakistanis !!


Green: Wear Your Colour With Pride


“Cut me and i shall Bleed Green”


Pakistan, a state referred by many to be a failed one. Requiring transfusions from IMF on a regular basis, just to get by. But thats not my Pakistan, my pakistan is the beauty of the northern areas. My Pakistan is the one where people priorities our families over everything else. My pakistan is beautiful. But why do people stereotype us. The awkward paradigm refers to the nations  long standing correlation to the terrorism.

The Core Examp, we are not all the same

The Core Examp, we are not all the same

However, such thoughts are only nourished by narrow-minded people. Their are people in the world who still dare to come here. Why you say?, the tourism some decades ago in our country was booming. The safety meant that tourists found a lot of destinations. If such were still the case we would be an economy to be vicariously modeled. However, now instead of tourists roaming the mall road, we have suicide attacks at WaghA Border. This is just a needle In the hay stack the problem goes far and deep. We have lost our pride for one. We fail to recognize the goodness in people who stop to check if all is ok after an accident. We live in a state where despite some conflicting sects, There are those who respect and treat women like royalty. Hence, why judge  book by its cover?. We Are a nation of beautiful people infected by corruption and debase.

However, if our enemies think we will give up. they are sorely mistaken. because if you Ban Saeed Ajmal, we will bring in ZulFiqar Babar. If you treat us unfairly we will get our repentance, we will have an infinite number of Arfa Karims and malala yousafzai’s. So yes i am proud of my country. I live and breathe to revive the vision of Quad-e-Azam. I will help the old lady climb the stares. The day will come when we will be run by Leaders and not dictators.

An 11 year old default programme: Only from Pak May she est in Peace.

An 11 year old default programme: Only from Pak May she est in Peace.

So to conclude, Pakistan is not a weak country. Poor?. Yes. Uneduced?. Yes. However, we have farmers with good morals and hardworking. We have NGO’s who help the poor. We have leaders who are Rallying people for justice and the day will come when people will have a hard time trying to get a Pakistani passport. They will prefer our universities,

So i salute you my Quaid for making me a Pakistani. For thh freedom. And no, we’re not weak we are the only islamic nuclear state and the sixth largest infantry. We’ve martyrs who face the barrel of a gun with a smile. So do know we are not ones to give up. because being a Pakistani means a lot to me and i will be loyal in all times to come.



‘Pakistan A Proud Nation’

Pakistani cricket fans cheer during the Pakistan and India ICC Cricket World Cup semi-final match on a large screen inside the grounds of a stadium in Lahore

     “When the doors of perception are cleansed, man will see things as they truly are, infinite.”    –William Blake

We have seen media always talking about the failure of Pakistan. The negative and worse side of Pakistan is shown. It is easy to escape from the truth and the aspects that made this country what it actually is. A truly great nation, that stands by each other.

                                                   ‘United we Stand, divided we fall’.

  • World Class educational Institutions:

Pakistan has one of the finest universities. The field of education is improving day by day. The quality of education is also getting better. it has universities like: Agha khan, Lahore University of management sciences, Lahore School of Economics, Fast, National university of science and technology, IBA etc.

  • Ali Moeen Nawazish, he is a Pakistani student notable for passing 23 A-levels, a world record. He made everyone so proud. He got 21 A’s, a B and a C. He made a record in himself.


  • Arfa Abdul Karim Randhawa is another good example. At the age of 9, she became Microsoft certified professional. The youngest in the world till 2008. She was invited by ‘Bill Gates’ to visit the Microsoft headquarters in the USA. This little girl made all Pakistanis extremely proud.

 Arfa Karim Randhawa with bill gatesa

  • Malala Yousafzai who is a Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest Nobel price recipient. She put her life in danger just to create awareness in people that education is an important part of our lives. In her Opinion, every women should be educated because then only she can stand for her rights.


                   She says ‘One child, one teacher, one book, and one pen can change the World’


  • One of the most independent Media:

Pakistan has one of the most independent media. Thus, thinkers and scholars and publicly express their views and are not bound.

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  • Land of the Music Legends:

Pakistan has an amazing talent in music line. Our talent is not only recognized by our country but also by our neighbor country, India. We have Nusrat Fateh Ali khan, Rahat Fateh Ali khan, Atif aslam, Mehdi hasan, Ali zafar and many more. They all have achieved a lot in their life. All are given love and respect by their fans.


  • Tourism in Pakistan:





These are some of the good tourism sites. Pakistan is a beautiful country. It has a number of cities. It is no less then any other country. I have visited the northern areas of Pakistan and they are extremely beautiful and so close to nature. People are very helpful and kind to you, if you don’t belong to that place. They guide you and treat you as their guests.

 “We are going to sky, who wants to come with us? We have gone to heaven, we have been the friends of the angels, And now we will go back there, for there is our country.”  –Rumi

  • Pakistan joined the aerospace club by producing its own aircraft:

Pakistan is among the few countries in the world that produce its own aircraft. Thus, our aeronautical industry shares the likes of those in the US, France, China, Sweden.

  • Art:

Pakistan has produced master artists such as Sadeqain, Abdur Rahman Chughtai, Ustad Allah Baksh, Shakir Ali and others whose work is not only recognized in this part of the world but is the predominant feature of many art auctions all over the world. Our artists are the product of a rich cultural heritage that dates back thousands of years.


  • Army:

Pakistan has the best army in the world. They might don’t have the same great equipments as the American military but the best ground army we have. They make us proud in every phase. They are the powerful force in the world. They are not scared of death or their families who they love but they are giving their best for the name of the country. They are fighting for the nation. They are living a tough life while providing their people a safe and easy life. During time of war the Pakistani military has proved it’s superiority by defeating the much larger Indian army in two wars, forcing India to appeal to the UN for a ceasefire. Additionally the Pakistani army is actively involved in successfully fighting terrorism every single day.






    There are many strong and valid reason for considering Pakistan the 13th failed state in the world. I will be discussing four of the main reason which includes state vulnerability, social issues, economic issues, and the last and the most important are political issues .social issues such as demographic pressure which is increasing day by day as the population of Pakistan is increasing in the opposite direction of the food supply causing violence among the people. Agriculture department of Pakistan was one of the strongest in the world but now the quality and quantity are not matching the international market even the quantity is not matching the demand of the Pakistan population. Injustices in our society has also weaken the will power of the people especially the poor ones. People here don’t really work for e.g in a family of five people only one will be working rest of the four will be just enjoying it.


    The increasing terrorism and lawlessness has also harmed Pakistan too much people here feel very unsafe due to the terrorism that is increasing day by day again the reason for the terrorism are the same unemployment, poverty, Misunderstanding of religion part being played by madressahs and seeds sworn by our former prime minister zia ul haq are the major reason of terrorism in Pakistan. Terrorism is effecting Pakistan so much that our government is just fighting against them spending large amount of money.


    On the other hand Pakistan contain some man-made and natural factors that can make pakistan one of the most stable country of the world.major factors are 

    1. In the last five years, Pakistan’s literacy rate has grown by 250%, the largest increase in any country to date.

    2. Pakistan is the first Islamic country to attain nuclear power.

    3. Edhi is running the World’s largest Ambulance network.

    4. World’s youngest certified Microsoft Experts Arfa Kareem (Late) and Babar Iqbal are from Pakistan.

    5. Pakistan has the sixth largest military force in the world.

    6. Pakistan’s national anthem tune ranks first in the top three tunes of the world.

    7. Fourth largest broadband internet system of world is in Pakistan

    8.  World’s largest deep sea port is Gwadar


    All of these factors create a believe that if we all work with honesty and dignity,INSHALLAH one day pakistan will going to be the most stable country of the world. 



    Crossing the crossroads


    There have been instances before when we as a nation stood at crossroads, and had to choose a path for us and our country. That time is upon us once again, only this time the circumstances are different. Today, unlike in the past we are aware of the gravity of this situation, and we are more than capable of handling it. However whether we are ready to get our wheels rolling in the right direction or not, remains a question unanswered.

    So what is it that stops Pakistan from progressing in the right direction? I am sure when we take a good long look at ourselves; we’ll immediately arrive at the answer. Sadly, it is our negative mindset. The torch of education enlightened the dark caves of our minds, but it could not make them less gloomy. Why do we have everything and yet nothing? It is because we cannot appreciate the value of what we have.


    A pessimistic frame of mind prevails, we can find fault with everything around us and criticize anything at length. In fact, education, instead of teaching us optimism, has made us better critics. A very popular thought is that of frustration, when one cries out, ‘What has this country done for me?’ I could answer that question with the clichéd reply ‘What have you done for it? But instead I pose ‘Why haven’t you tried to change that? The one thing education did for you was to make you aware of how things should be.

    Why did you keep on grumbling about why they couldn’t be and instead, try to make them be? It is very easy to find fault with everything in our country and it’s not so hard to identify the solutions too, but to make an effort to implement it you need all the willpower in the world. Of course it will be very difficult to have that willpower if you keep on concentrating on the problems. What we need to do is to see the world through an eye of optimism. We need to temporarily blind ourselves from the imperfections of our country and appreciate the positives, no matter how minute or obscure they might be. Then, we need to stand up and accept the responsibility of smoothing out the imperfections that do exist.


    An important step towards accomplishing this goal is to develop a feeling of possession. Pakistan today maybe in disarray, our image worldwide may be tarnished, but we still have to own what is ours and then take care of its problems. It is people quite similar to us, whose mistakes have led us to this, so why can’t we act to counteract their actions and pull Pakistan out of this turmoil. When it comes to our image, indeed a drop of dye gives the whole solution a colour, but can’t we through collective effort, dilute the solution to an extent that the effect of that dye is not significant anymore.

    I was introduced to the concept of ‘A tale of two cities’ by an intellectual, which changed the way I saw life. Our life is a tale of two cities. We have the actual city which spreads all around us, with all of its faults which frustrate us every day. Then we have the image of the ideal city, of how we want the actual city to be, in our hearts. All our lives, instead of grumbling about the faults of the actual city, we must struggle to lessen the contrast between the two cities, because without that life has no purpose.


    We must always remember that we have complete control over what becomes of us. We can start owning what is ours and work to reverse the damage we, or people like us have caused, or we can choose to be impervious to it all and still see the wheels turn, but they might not turn in the direction we want them to and our history would be stained with yet another crossroad where we took the wrong turn. I have often heard from others that it is never too late, and I believe that it is not yet too late for us to grab the opportunity of defining our destiny. We are very fortunate that this opportunity comes knocking on our door again and again, but this time instead of tempting it’s patience any further we must be present at the doorstep to greet it with open arms.

     Umair Tariq-

                             Umair Tariq-


    Pakistan – Past, Present, Future.

    67 years ago a Nation needed a Land, and now after almost 7 decades, a land needs a nation. That ladies and gentlemen is the dilemma that Pakistan faces. Having fought hard, our ancestors sacrificed their lives in order for Pakistan to achieve independence. A country who’s Founder; Quaid-E-Azam knowingly had tuberculosis and knew the inevitable end, did not give up and sacrificed his life in order for Pakistan to take birth.

    There are plenty of problems in this country, yet somehow I always get the impression that the media outlets in Pakistan do tend to overemphasize the negative aspects over the positives. I am sure this statement would fetch many comments that can be classified as nefarious by any linguistic measure. However, please, do try to understand the point of all this.

    The point is that the country is in transition- it is a volatile transition wherein we all must play a role to change the social standards and norms of Pakistan.

    Pakistan is a country that has from time to time surpassed all expectations of the world and broken all barriers, which keep it chained! Pakistan is a country that is blessed with untapped resources. Pakistan has the 5th largest gold mine, 7th largest coal mine, 2nd largest salt mine, resources if properly managed can result in Pakistan becoming one of the strongest countries of the world. Pakistan has not only been blessed with natural resources, but has the world’s 8th largest Army, which has time to time protected its borders from enemies and Pakistan’s army is well known for its skills and techniques that it contributes more than 50 percent in United Nations Peace Keeping Army. In addition, Pakistan is a Nuclear state. In the line of sports, Pakistan has produced the fastest bowler of the world, Shoaib Akhtar and the world’s fastest fifty and hundred run getter in One-day international cricket.


    In addition, I have had the honour of meeting a Veteran of the World War II, a person who has Trained Pakistan Army after the Independence and served as a Principle for Aitchison College and having met the Leader of the Nation, Quaid-E-Azam, Mohammad Ali Jinnah.

    Sir Geoffrey Douglas Landlands.

    Sir Geoffrey Douglas Landlands.

    In the words of the Great Sir Geoffrey Douglas Landlands he told me that the all the Generations of Pakistan will be in debt to the all sacrifices made by Quaid-e-Azam. In addition he enlightened me that had it not been Quaid-E-Azam, India would never have been partitioned nor Pakistan been born.

    In the end, it is too often we assume that the rut that we are stuck in is a vicious cycle. This thought is a natural consequence for not being presented the brighter side of the picture. Once we start to appreciate the positives, along with acknowledging the negatives, we should be able to understand that the vicious cycle of misery, poverty, injustice and lawlessness has indeed been broken. It is a slow road to success and we are making a steady move towards destination progress.

    The vehement tides of fate may turn around for the better. All Pakistan demands is commitment, dedication and sincere motivation, which from time to time Pakistani’s have exhibited. Either it has been Philanthropy of Eidhi or the soul awakening movement by Imran Khan, Its time this Nation starts realizing its true potential and finally reach its destination and greatness for which this country was built for.

    Last but the not the least, We need to engulf ourselves upon the three words that the Great Quaid left us with;



    Mohammad Raza Naqvi.

    Hidden Treasures of Pakistan

    August 14, 1947 was the day of birth of Pakistan, consisting of East Bengal, a part of Assam (Sylhet), Punjab, Sindh, NWFP and Baluchistan. Pakistan was created on the name of Islam. Thousands of people died in the migration from India to Pakistan. Quaid e Azam was the leader who worked day and night for the creation of Pakistan. After the death of Quaid many leader came but only to enjoy the power and spent their lavish life. The country has immense reserves of various minerals and natural resources. Important minerals found in Pakistan are gypsum, limestone, chromite, iron ore, rock salt, silver, gold, precious stone, marble, copper, coal, graphite sulpher etc. The salt range in Punjab Province has the largest deposit of pure salt found anywhere in the world. Baluchistan province is a mineral-rich area having substantial mineral, oil and gas reserves which have not been exploited to their full capacity or fully explored, recent government policies have begun to develop this region of the country and to tap into the immense resources found there. The province has significant quantities of copper, chromite and iron, and pockets of antimony and zinc in the south and gold in the far west. Natural gas was discovered near Sui in 1952, and the province has been gradually developing its oil and gas projects over the past fifty years.

    Major reserves of copper and gold in Balochistan’s rekodiq area have been discovered in early 2006. The rekodiq mining area has proven estimated reserves of 2 billion tons of copper and 20 million ounces of gold. According to the current market price, the value of the deposits has been estimated at about $65 billion, which would generate thousands of jobs.

    The discovery has ranked rekodiq among the world’s top seven copper reserves. The rekodiq project is estimated to produce 200,000 tons of copper and 400,000 ounces of gold per year, at an estimated value of $1.25 billion at current market prices. The copper and gold are currently traded at about $5,000 per ton and $600 per ounce respectively in the international market.

    KPK accounts for at least 78% of the marble production in Pakistan. Pakistan is home to some of the finest and purest grades of marble, granite and slate found in the world. Much of the grades A Marble that is exported out of European countries like Italy actually have their origins in Pakistan which previously lacked fine polishing and processing machinery. The Government has taken steps to invest in this crucial sector with the recent establishment of a Marble City within Baluchistan.

    Nature has done its task by blessing our country with so many minerals. Now we need an honest and credible leadership which make correct use of these minerals in the benefit of the country. Correct use of these minerals will not only make Pakistan economically and financially but for hundred thousands of people and soon Pakistan will become one the most prosperous country in the world.


    1890998_733075086733189_1148819892_n  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.

    Poetry by our National poet Allama Iqbal.

    Poetry by our National poet Allama Iqbal.

    There was a man, a man who fought hard, who made sure Muslims in the sub-continent (Indo-Pakistan) get their own 120458-ohome 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.

    punjab culture

    The north side of the country is an immense beauty, to the extreme north6758221791_e639fb340a_zNeelum-Valley 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. images (1) 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.

    sindi culturee

    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”.

    Guinness world record of world's largest human flag made by Pakistan.

    Guinness world record of world’s largest human flag made by Pakistan.



    -Aisha Aftab

    -Aisha Aftab

    ” Beautiful Pakistan “

    My country is among the few ones in the world where every feature is worth appreciating.Whether this is a topographical, drainage, weather, architectural or traditional. A story is hidden behind each.Diversity is what makes it charming.

    In northern areas, there are spell-binding sceneries of world famous, snow-covered mountains such as K-2. So, are the waterfalls, fruit and flower gardens , unique traditions of tribes practised from centuries and local cottage industries where products are made for export purpose . The enthralling environment attracts one like a magnet.These areas seem to be a part of paradise on Earth.People visit these areas from every corner of the world and become awe-inspired by the breath-taking views.


    The rich and gripping culture that is different in all the four provinces is famous around the world.Among these, the most influential was of Mughals.Their buildings with eccentric architectural style and exquisite decor is liked by every eye witnessing it.Whether it is Badshahi mosque or Shalimar Gardens none could ignore the delighting buildings ,murals,stonework with intricate designs and patterns .The fashionable yet, quaint sights hold immense beauty.


    1. Pakistan enjoys all four seasons Summer, Autumn, Winter, Spring
    2. Pakistan is blessed with minerals
    3. Pakistan has all kinds of land forms, Plains, Desert, Mountain, Hills, Forests, areas with glaciers, and area of extreme hot        temperature.
    4. Pakistan enjoys its border with Arabian sea, the sea of warm waters.
    5. Pakistan has a rich culture and tradition.
    6. Pakistan produces best rice, mangoes, oranges, and dry fruit
    7. Pakistani people are very intelligent and sincere, they are always willing to help their brothers provided they are given a       right direction. They are extremely helpful.
    8. Pakistani people are beautiful at heart, beautiful in looks and they enjoy a balanced complexion and balances cuts.
    9. Pakistan enjoys five rivers, they fertile the rich lands of Pakistan.
        As per the studies, Pakistan has too much oil reservoirs, only it does not have sufficient resources to utilise these blessings.


    Only within 60 years, since Pakistan came into existence, its the centre of attention of all the world. Its name is being destroyed by its enemies with bad propaganda, it is the best, Every picture has two sides, or we can see anything with both negative and positive visions, if we will look Pakistan with positive vision, it is blessed by God, but if we will see it with a negative vision, we can find bad people who are damaging its name, but see how much God has blessed it. You tell me should we adopt positive vision or negative vision while judging anything, only its enemies will look for negative traits that are few, and these also are only because of people. Isn’t it? Pakistan is the best.

    Pakistan offers a wide-ranging variety. Settlements from urban houses in cities to nomads in Tharparkar to fishermen in Gwadar to herdsmen in Himalayas.Languages of all descriptions such as Saraiki, Pashto, Balochi, Punjabi and many accents in each of them is an added feature.Similarly, we relish four different seasons in an year-a blessing only few countries enjoy.With fruits ,flowers and aroma of every season, one is never bored even living at one place .That one place sees intense heat, cold as well as copious rain and leaf fall.Many uncountable blessings make my country unique but to write them require thousands of pages .None can hold whole of a sea’s water in a single cup.Every single aspect reveals many chapters and in those many chapters there are numerous sub-chapters and in all,there is nothing that should be left while praising my country.To let the real beauty reach you ,you should, yourself approach it -one must visit the one and the only Pakistan.From Gilgit to Gwadar, every ‘Galli and Kocha” will speak for itself.

                                                — Rohit Robert


    “We have undoubtedly achieved Pakistan, and that too without bloody war and practically peacefully, by moral and intellectual force, and with the power of the pen”