Showing posts with label Historical Places of Pakistan. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Historical Places of Pakistan. Show all posts

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Pakistan's unexplored Treasure - Tharparkar

The Thar district has derived its roots from Thar and Pakar. The name Thar has generated its name from Thul, which is the term denoted for sandy regions and Parkar means “to cross over”. Previously, it was known to be Thar and Pakar but now these two words combined one as “Tharparkar”.
It is a district that is located in the south east of Sindh province. More than 200 villages, 90% peoples are living in it. “Mithi” are commonly known as the headquarters of Thar. The large number of region is covered with sand. The common language that is spoken in Tharparkar is called Dhatki which is also referred as “Thari” language. Thari is generally a Rajasthani language. But though, Urdu and Sindhi are also spoken by some people there. There are two classes of mankind; Hindus and Muslims. The population of Muslims is 59% while the Hindu constitutes a population of 41%, according to the census held in 1998.

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

A Beauty of Garhi Khuda Bakhsh

Garhi Khuda Baksh is all about Fantasy, especially if the person is taking tour of Bhutto family mausoleum at dark. On the night, the barren road to Garhi, the mausoleum makes an elegant scene from the night, showered in white illumination, a combination of Sufi Dargah, political identity and Mughal memorial site. Even though whatever the individuals think about the Pakistan Peoples Party, the monument is breath-taking.
Possibly considering the character those sepulchers inside it have participated in the politics, it may be a striking monument, particularly believing the Bhutto’s honor as a political national hero in Sindh. Ultimately, as one government formally reported at the mausoleum told that many tourists and people come here to bestow their prayers and respect to the personalities of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and Benazir Bhutto while some visitors also come to “have the response of their invocations.”

Monday, September 14, 2015

Explore the Great Castles of Pakistan

Castle is an enormous building, usually of the ancient period, protected against wars and battles with strong walls, towers, battlements and moats. Castles are typically denoted to be the personal protected residence of a Lord.

This article displays the most glorious castles of Pakistan. Pakistan is a land of historic ancient sites with full of charm and charisma. It has numerous ancient castles and sites build by the mankind of that period, which are popular for their architectural eminence. Many tourists and visitors from all around the globe visit these places to merely have a glimpse of it. 

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Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Explore the Beauty of Sukkur City... A City of Culture to Civilization

Sukkur is Sindh`s third largest city spread over an area of about 5165 square kilometer. According to the 2007 census the total population of Sukkur adds up to 18, 08,740 people. Sukkur is situated 220 feet above sea level. The weather is extremely hot during the summer while it becomes cold and dry during the winter. Sukkur is based upon 4 towns and a single union council. In the north, this city meets with the borders of Shikarpur and Kashmor. Ghotki is in the north-eastern side while in the south it`s border touches with that of Khairpur. Sukkur also border`s with India.

Ever heard about KotDiji Fort? Plan your Trip Today

There existed an overture to Mohenjodaro and Harrapa at Kot Diji in between the Indus Valley Civilization and Mehargarh, which flourished at about the period when Indus Valley Civilization was taking place.

It is located in South of Khairpur about 22 Kilometers in Sindh, Pakistan. The whole site is residing at the hills of Limestone on the eastern edge of Indus River, on about 60 kilometers of northeast Mohenjodaro. It was discovered and excavated in 1955; the reliquiae of Kot Diji depicts the very first proof of inhabitancy.
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Monday, February 16, 2015

Lady Finger Peak

Lady Finger

Bublimotin, Bubli Motin, Bublimating or Ladyfinger Peak, is a distinctive rock spire in the Batura Muztagh, the westernmost subrange of the Karakoram range in Pakistan. It lies on the southwest ridge of the Ultar Sar massif, the most southeasterly of the major groups of the Batura Muztagh. The whole massif rises precipitously above the Hunza Valley to the southeast. Bublimotin, while having little prominence above the saddle with nearby Hunza Peak, is particularly notable for being a sharp, relatively snowless rock spire among snow peaks. This, combined with its height above the valley, makes it quite eye-catching; hence the distinctive name. It provides a 600 m (1830 ft) rock climb (with a very serious alpine approach) and has been the scene of some notable para gliding.

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