Saturday, April 29, 2017

Pakistan ,My Homeland!

Hello   precious   friends!  


Hope   and   pray   that    all   of   you   are    enjoying    living   in    your   homelands   ,no   mater   how   difficult    the   environment    is   sometime   and   how    harsh    the   circumstances   you   encounter   there   often,   Yet    our    origin    give   us   an   identity   for   ourselves   which    we   feel   proud   to   have .  In    this   wold   nothing   is   perfect   except   one   WHO    CREATED   ALL   THIS.

 Everything   and    everyone   has   flaws   .These    flaws    are   here   to   test   our    strength   to   overcome   problems   and   make   us   more   patient ,creative  and   strong   to  build   beautiful   world   around  us .

Today   i   am   introducing   you   to   my   homeland   Pakistan  ,hope   you   will    try   to   know  it  and   like   it   too.

   Pakistan   is   situated  in  south  Asia  and   surrounded  by  china in east,Afghanistan  in  south  west ,India  in  south  east  ,Iran   and  Arabian  sea  in  south  west .


  Flag  has  tow  colors  ,white which  shows  the  minority  population  and  green  which  is  symbol  of  Muslim  majority . Minority  is  consist  of  Hindus ,Christians  and many others.



Islamabad  is  the  capital  city  ,one  of  the  most  beautiful  city  

Pakistan   has   four   provinces  as  you  can  see  above , came into  being in 1947 , Urdu  is  national  language spoken in all provinces   though  provinces  have  their  local  languages  too.  English  is  official  language yet.  It  is  located  on  the  great  landmass of  north  tropic  Cancer ,Bears  four  seasons ,extreme  summers   and  dry  winters ,fall  and  spring . high  parts of area and some plains  bear  rains 250 mm yearly  ,northern parts and some parts of west south receive snow  too.

Founder  of  Pakistan  Muhammad  ali  jinnah  called  Quaid  e  Azam   [1876  _ 1948]  [great leader] for  his  services  .He  won  the case  of  partition of  separate  homeland for Muslims  in  the  high court of  British [Lord  Mount Batten]

 KPk   province  is  located in  north  side  of  the  country  and  has  world's  some of most  beautiful  landscapes  and world's  second  highest  mountain K.2 [ height  8611 meters ]


In  northern  mountains this is most famous lake saif ul malook 50  feet deep 


Mountainous   areas  vary  in  their  traditional  dressing ,one of them is above  



World's second  highest  mountain  K.2 

Peshawer  is  the   capital   city   of  KPK   province  local  language is pashto .it is also  largest city of the province 


Punjab   is  most  populated  prvince  ,it  is  is  most  fertile  land of  the  country, this  is  the  capital  city  of  Punjab  the  name of city  is Lahore  which  has  many  monumental   and  historical  places  like  one  of  the world's biggest  mosque Badshahi  masjid you can see above  . 


Traditions of this  province   are  very  fascinating specially  the  countrysides people are famous  for  the  livelihood  and  hospitality plus bravery . Punjabi is   the   local  language  


                                  Capital  and  largest  city  of  Sindh   province  Karachi ,which  also  is  one of  most  established  industrial  technological   area  of  the world  with  highly  advanced life style .





This   image  shows  the  culture  of  the  desert  area  of  Sindh  province .Sindh   is  third  most  populated  province  of   Pakistan  i  live  in  small  city   of   Sindh  khairpur  which  is  fully  equipped with  all  basic needs  of  human accommodation  .

 you can  see  the  countryside  cultural dress  of  couple   in painting above 

  Baluchistan  is  also  a  hilly   province  with  beautiful  landscapes  but  hard   winters. It  has  lesser  population  then  other  three provinces . City  above  is  Ziyarat  . 



Quetta  is  largest  city  of  province  and  capital  of   province . People   are  meat  eater  mostly and bit  conservative in  their  living in countrysides .Balochi is local language .
Balochi  traditional  dress 


Pakistani  people  are  adopting higher  standards  in life quickly ,cities as well as  villages  are  taking  the education most  important  thing  in life . Government  is  spending lots of  budget including world add program for education .

People  like  spicy  food  mostly . Mostly  they  are  friendly,  gentle and  cooperative  though  you  find  them  emotional  much.
Hard  work  is  trade mark  and  along with it are  social  activities.clubs,sports,shopping and  tourism .I  hope  you  like  this  introduction of  my  homeland dear  fellows .May  be i   have  missed  so  many  things due  to make  post  shorter so i will keep  it  for another post may be future near.
Take  Great  care  of  yourself  dears and  love  everything you have right now including you!.

God   Bless You  all!

42 comments:

  1. I think it id sn interesting country different from mine in each field

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  2. Dear Baili, this is such a great post and so very interesting. Thank you for taking time to share this introduction to your homeland. I have enjoyed your words and the photographs and images.The costumes are all so colourful, and lovely to see the cities and mountains too.

    Wishing you a pleasant and enjoyable weekend
    My good wishes

    All the best Jan

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  3. That is so interesting, I would love to know more about your country, maybe you will write a post about Pakistan food?☺

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  4. All very interesting and wonderful to know about your country.
    I have heard about the tribal areas from a friend in Lahore some years ago.

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  5. What spectacular mountain scenery! And I like all the photos of traditional dress too -- so colourful! We have lots of people in Canada who come from Pakistan. One TV station broadcasts hockey games in Punjabi which gets good ratings -- a perfect blend of two cultures!

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  6. Thanks for the wonderful post.

    Though I have done a little reading about Pakistan it is always nice, as well as informative to hear directly from a nation's citizen.

    We have a local restaurant near me that serves Pakistani cuisine. I have no idea if it is authentic but it is delicious.

    Those pictures are breathtaking!

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  7. This is a wonderful post. Thank you so much for telling me about your country. It was so interesting!

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  8. You have beautiful mountains and lakes.

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  9. Thank you, you are an excellent tour guide.

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  10. Thank you for the tour of Pakistan. It was enlightening.

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  11. Thank you for this delightful and informative post. We would be a smaller, friendlier world if we took the time to get to know those who share our planet. Again, thank you.

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  12. What a beautiful country, I had no idea about those fabulous mountains too! Thanks for sharing with us.

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  13. You highlighted many beautiful aspects of your country, Baili. Thank you.

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  14. Thank you for this beautiful and wonderful glimpse of your homeland. Your pride shines through.
    May comfort and joy be with you.

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  15. What a great post! I didn't know many of these things. I had no idea about the gorgeous mountains. There is so much natural beauty and I love the  traditional outfits that are so bright and colourful. This was a great tour and I hope you share more like it! Happy weekend to you.

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  16. I enjoyed this post very much, baili. Very interesting and informative. I'd love to read more about Pakistan from you. You live in a beautiful land.

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  17. I have loved touring through your beautiful Pakistan. What gorgeous scenery you have there. LOVE all the colourful garments worn by the people. It has been a delight to read this post.

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  18. Interesting post my dear, thank you for sharing :-)

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  19. This is a wonderful post, Baili. One of the best parts of blogging is meeting people from other cultures and understanding the world a little better.
    Amalia
    xo

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  20. Oh, how beautiful! I wish someday to tour through Pakistan.

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  21. Thank you for this interesting and beautiful post, dear Baili! Your homeland is amazing!
    I wish you a very happy May! :-)

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  22. Gostei desta visita ao Paquistão, sua Pátria, através das imagens tão bem legendadas. Obrigada.
    Uma boa semana.
    Beijos.

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  23. Such and interesting post to help us learn about your homeland. Thank you. I love the bright cultural dress! And, thank you so much for your visit and your kind words and prayers. I appreciate them very much. blessings ~ tanna

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  24. Beautiful photos! Thank you so much for sharing this journey.

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  25. It looks like a beautiful place, thank you for sharing it.

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  26. Spectacular@!!! Thank you for sharing your beautiful country!

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  27. Great post of your country, I know very little about your country so this was very interesting to read the differences you have in areas of your country, love the mountain posts!!

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  28. the photo of the mountain is just STUNNING.
    breathtaking.
    oh my goodness....what beautiful creature!

    thank you for sharing!

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  29. Hi Baili - thank you for coming over and commenting - this post is great - it gives us maps explaining where all the areas are, you've shown us some of the magnificent view points (lovely ones!), and given us a tiny amount of history ... and stunning people to see. Love the photo of your family in the sidebar ... thanks so much - cheers Hilary

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  30. Thsnk you for visiting my site today. Pakistan, through your description Baili, is no longer "a foreign country" to me. Thank you for sharing colorful pictures and visual wording to show me your beautiful homeland. I grew up in an area with four distinct seasons, winter offering its own harshness and pleasures.

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  31. I so enjoyed reading and learning about your homeland.Fantastic photos too, and thank you for visiting my web page. Peace and light to you.

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  32. Very beautiful! The photos are great! Very interesting to read about all the history. Thanks for sharing.

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  33. Beautiful. In 1972 I visited your beautiful country. We came in via the Wagha border and left via the Khyber Pass.

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  34. Thank you for taking the time to share so much about your country! I loved the mountain lakes and the gorgeous mountain pictures. So intriguing about the lifestyle differences in the different parts of Pakistan. I really learned so much about your beautiful country in this post, thank you for taking the time to share with us! Hugs to you today!

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  35. Dear Baili – Thanks for this photo tour and your explanation. How beautiful your homeland is! I think I understand how much you’re proud of your country. K2 stands divine and I like to see traditional clothes which differ from region to region. One of the things I like but you didn’t touch here is Pakistani rugs. They are exquisitely beautiful.

    Yoko

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  36. interesting! Thank you for sharing!

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  37. Nice to know about your homeland...

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  38. Thanks for sharing your lovely photos. I loved looking at them all.

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  39. What a lovely post. Your photos are very interesting and I have always been quite interested in Pakistan but yet, I lack muck knowledge about your country. I didn't realize you had so many large and beautifu cities. They are lovely to look at but I love the mountains and the gorgeous terraced gardens. It is truly a fascinating country and the people very good looking. I get my shilajit from Pakistan and it's a wonderful product to take.

    Thank you for the great tour of your country.

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  40. Thank you, Bali, for sharing a lot of information about your country and its people.

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  41. This was a wonderful post, Baili! I thoroughly enjoyed it. Were I still teaching, I would have shared it with my students. In the USA Pakistan is associated with too many negative things which is very sad. Your country is beautiful and varied, and has a rich history and culture. People everywhere are proud of their homelands and traditions and cherish their identity. Your blog is important because you are teaching people how we are much more alike than different. Thank you, dear friend!

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