Sunday, August 13, 2017

Pakistan's 70th Birthday!!!

           

     Hello   Dear   Friends!


   Hope   and   pray    that   all   of   you   are   having   pleasant   time   and   enjoying   your   weather's   different   moods   and   as   well   as   your   doings!


  Tomorrow    is   14th   of   August   and   national   holiday   because   Pakistani   nation   is   celebrating   the   70th   birthday   of   it's    country!



All  images  below  are taken  from  google help.

I   am  in  love  with  this  man  since   my  childhood  who   fought   for   the   freedom   of   our   nation   and   won   the   case   in   court   of Lord   MountBatten   on  14th   of  august   1947!

He  is   our   greatest   leader   and   father   of   our  nation .



It   is   his  Tomb   where  people  visit  from all over the  country  everyday  though   but   on   this   special   day   there  are   held   special  event   with  great   enthusiasm  and    sensation!!!


 In   every   national  institute  ,schools ,colleges  ,universities  and  public  places  national   events  are  celebrated  .Pic  above   shows  the  Freedom  Walk   of  ladies  on independence day


  These   were   the   three  main   ingredients  and  RULES  of   our  greatest  lead Mr  Muhammad   Ali  Jinnah    which  are   mentioned  in   each   government  building   and  educational  institutions   though   hope   people   won't   only   write   them   but   apply   them  in   their   individual   lives   to   create  better   "PAKISTAN"


This   is  Minar   e  Pakistan  which   was  built  to    commemorate    the   day   when  Pakistan  resolution   was  passed    on  23rd  march   1940 .The  place  called  Minto  park   Lahore   then.


lahore   is  capital  city   of   Pakistan  and  most   papolous  city  of   the   province .This   view  is   of  Badshahi  Mosque  Lahore  On  14th   august.Lahore  has  many   more   historical   places  regarding  Mughal  Heritage  who  ruled  subcontinent  for  several  centuries.



I   really   wish   that   inhabitants   of   this   beautiful   land   take   higher  our   flag   not   just   literally   but   in   REAL   MEANS   of   HIGHET   of   Morality   and   Virtues!


These   children   may   just   sing   only   by   their   lips   but   through   their   hearts  ,May   their   Mothers   and   Teachers   develop   the   love   of   not   only   the   land   they   live   but   love   of   people  they   live   among  .Love   of   whole    humanity   must   be   rooted   in  the   depth   of   their   souls!




                          Traditional   punjabi   Dance   on   independence   day !Dance   of   joy   and   celebration   that  come  from   within!


 Patriotism   is   inherited  in   blood   of   each  human  ,no   matter   how   tough   life   he   is   leading .Freedom   is   most   precious   gift   to   a  soul!!!!!!!!!


Love   you   my   precious   fellows .
Stay    blessed   with   true   happiness  that   comes   with   self respect  ,dignity   and   selflessness .
God   Bless   you   All!!!

75 comments:

  1. I enjoyed learning about your. Ountry's independence and your leader. Have a wonderful day, Baili. Happy birthday, Pakistan!

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    1. Thank you dear Sandi and Marie!
      I am glad you liked my quick little effort as it is almost night here and I have lots of kitchen chores

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  2. We celebrate our Independence with fireworks. You have so many beautiful colors in your culture, you do not need fireworks.

    Happy Pakistan Independence Day!!

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    1. Thank you joe!
      If you visit someday here the diversity of culture in Pakistan will amaze you for sure

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  3. Great post to celebrate Pakistan's 70th birthday, dear Baili! I wish you and your family all the best. Love and hugs to you.

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  4. Happy Birthday to Pakistan. Please have a joyous celebration.

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    1. Thank you dear Linda and Emma!

      We can feel the thrill of sensational celebrations throughout the city and country around us!
      I am praying that may God keep all safe amen

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  5. A truly insightful post, and what a long way the country has come. Happy independence and hope its filled with joy, peace and love. Best wishes!

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    1. Thank you dear Blogoratti!
      Indeed my Country had trvelled through a long hard way to prosperity and there is stll long way to achive more grace and success in future.
      Thank you for you kind wishes my friend!

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  6. Hi Baili! Happy 70th Birthday to your nation! :)) You are so right...freedom is the most wonderful gift we can have as humans living in this world - especially the world we live in now with so much horror and negativity. Let's make this go further and free our minds and spirits of all the nasty stuff that people do to each other. Very nice post! That woman has a clay pot in her mouth? My teeth would fall out lol! :)

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  7. Thank you for this very nice and interesting post, dear Baili! Happy birthday to your beautiful country, and a wonderful day to you! :-)
    Lots of big hugs! ♥

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    1. Thank you dear Edit!
      For your kind words. I am flattered!

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  8. Thank you my dear Rain !

    God sent each man FREE!!! And we should Respect this
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    Sick mind try to control others which causes restlessness and rebelliousness in world.
    You are talking about the water pit that dancing lady had
    It was water pot as there were no fridge in olden days .
    I too saw these in my village house as mom had few .they were kept in wet send and water in them was far freshening and light for stomach then.
    Nothing can deny the purity and benefits of natural resources

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  9. Happy Birthday Pakistan and enjoy your holiday with your family Baili :)

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  10. wow your contry is very young. Love from Poland

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  11. Happy Independence Day to you and your country!

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  12. Happy birthday to your country. Let him live wonderful in you. Regards.

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    1. Thank you dear Prunella ,Gosia ,Giga and Christine for dropping me sweet greetings!

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  14. Thank you for sharing some history of your country with us, baili. You are right that people need to love not only their country but more importantly their countrymen and countrywomen. Have a wonderful celebration!

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    1. My dear Jenny I was hardly able to give a quick post to share my joy with all dear friends.

      The history of my country is quite long ,complicated and conflicted story specially regarding POLITICAL ISSUES AND RIVALS CONSPIRACIES AGAINST MY HOME LAND THAT TE AND I TRULY DON'T WANT TO ENTER IN THIS CRAP AT ANY COST.

      I basically CONSIDER THIS WHOLE EARTH MY HOME REGARDLESS THE BOUNDARIES MEN MAD TO DIVID IT IN NUMEROUS TINY PARTS.PERSONALLY "I HATE THIS DIVISION. IT SHOULD BE ONLY FOR ORGNAZING POINT OF VIEW NOT FOR CREATING THE HATTET AMONG MEN IN THE STUPID BASES OF RACE COLOR OR CLASS .
      SUCH DIVISION IS BENEFICIAL ONLY FOR POLITICIANS BUT HARMFUL AND DESTRUCTIVE FOR COMMON MAN BELIEVE ME AND ONE DAY IF REAL HONEST MEN WILL TAKE THE CHARGE OF THIS WORLD THEY WILL MAKE IT A ONE UNIT FOREVER

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    2. That is a wonderful outlook, that "the whole earth is home"! We all need to think like that, baili!

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  15. Happy Anniversary to Pakistan and it's people. I'm old enough to remember when this took place. It took a long time and a lot of trouble.

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    1. Thank you Red!
      I heard trouble my country took for came in its being .
      Actually it was conspiracy to prove this decision wrong in front of the world and for putting people of newly born country in misery so they may can realise that they choose inappropriate place to live .

      But time and brave people proved all the predictions wrong and made this land a strong beautiful shelter for them to which they love more than anything and are ready to sacrifice their lives to protect it from any kind of harm.

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  16. Happy Independence day to Pakistan.

    I hope that you have great celebration Baili!

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    1. Thank you Brain!

      Actually my kids have celebrated it last night with cake ,baloons and candles, their happy faces enriched my blood in body!
      Today I am making them their fav dishes and selected some fun to have

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  17. Wow! This was quite a post. Thank you very much.
    Happy Birthday Pakistan

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  18. Congratulations on Pakistan's 70th birthday. Enjoy your celebrations.

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  19. May Pakistan have a joyus, prosperous and peacefull future.
    Have a good week.

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  20. Beautiful post, and all the best to you and your great country!

    Jane xxx

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  21. Thank you dear friends Martine,Pedro,aurisoo and Blondie for your beautiful words!!!

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  22. great blog.happy birthday to Pakistan.
    http://parkview.com.pk/

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  23. What beautiful pictures and what a beautiful flag you have with the moon and the star and that shade of green 💚 Happy Independence Day ! Greetings from Finland 🇫🇮 Independence is a wonderful thing ❤️

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    1. Thank you dear Rita!

      it is so nice to have such kind lovely words from you !
      So true Independence cannot be replaced with any other treasure it is PRICELESS which make us RISE and GROW by our own terms and conditions

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  24. Happy independence day! What wonderful gifts independence and freedom are. Thank you for commenting on my blog so that I could find yours. God bless you on this special day and always.

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    1. tHANK YOU SO MUCH FOR LOVELY RESPONSE DEAR OUTLAWGARDENER!

      You are so very right about "freedom" to which mostly we take granted but the BIRD IN CAGE KNOWS HOW PRECIOUS IT IS !

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  25. Happy Anniversary to Pakistan and to all the great people that live there...like you, dear friend! You shared some beautiful images. So much colour and joy in them!

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    1. Thank you dear martha!
      you are always been so SWEET and GENEROUS to me .God bless you and family in your beautiful land my friend,amen

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  26. Freedom sure is a gift indeed. Happy Anniversary to Pakistan and all there!

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  27. Great to learn so much from your country! Thank you!
    God bless you and your country and send peace to us all ! We need it all soo much!
    oxo Susi

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    1. Thank you my friend.
      Well said about peace that is most wanted by people of world right now
      Amen

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  28. Thank you for stopping by my blog!

    This is history that was unknown to most people. What a great legacy. Freedom is a gift that must always be cherished.

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  29. Happy Birthday to Pakistan! Down with the colonial oppressors!

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    1. thank you Dezmond!

      i this the disease you are talking about has taken place all over the world and including your country it out break every where .
      but i believe like every phase this phase of cruelty will also pass finally , the people living in world will realize their power of "UNITY" and use it to better the environment especially regarding politics

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  30. Thank you for sharing such a wonderful holiday.

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  31. Happy independence day and thanks for showing the celebration of this day with beautiful photos. I love the colourful dresses and the

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  32. gorgeous picture of the mosque

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  33. Happy 70th Birthday to your country, Baili! I so understand love of one's country and pride in it. It was interesting to read up a little on Muhammad Ali Jinnah after reading your comments on him. His story means much more to me having seen it through your eyes. History always means more when you have a connection to it. It's sad that Jinnah only lived a little more than a year after the founding of Pakistan. His tomb is striking!

    Thanks for sharing all the vibrant photos of Pakistan. The photo of Badshahi Mosque in Lahore with its reflections in the water is lovely. I particularly enjoyed the last two photos, but I sure wouldn't want to dance with a clay jar in my teeth!

    I hope that all is well with you and your awesome family!

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    1. Thank you dearest Louise !

      It seems the world is not producing great men like Mr jinnah anymore .
      with such powerful vision ,strength of will and passion for their mission .These men did not live only for their individual will but they took pride to work for great ambitions which were for betterment of whole nation and humanity.

      He was just 70 but struggled he did was quite hard for his shoulders and most of all may be he felt alone when after the freedom government servants could not stay as loyal and as devoted as Mr Jinnah thought they should be .
      May be it was his grief who took his life before the time. He was sad and spent his last days of illness in his far away house among mountain.

      When i was in village as student we had great affection for him even my mother who is not educated till primary school had tears in her eyes when she listened his speeches on radio or television .
      O each 14th August me my younger sister and my mom used to decorate our whole house with little hanging flags and glittering pamphlets written patriotic words on .
      in night we used to lit lots of candle on the walls .it was time when our blood had warmth and passion to do something for our country

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    2. Yes, the world needs more leaders with vision, will, and passion for their mission. Sadly these qualities are lacking in my president. I am disheartened by his recent actions after the tragedy in Charlottesville, Virginia prompted by hate groups.

      I do admire Prime Minister Trudeau of Canada, especially his embracing of all of Canada's citizens, no matter their race, religion, sex, education, or socioeconomic status. The contrast between Trudeau and Trump regarding refugees could not be more stark.

      I loved hearing about your family's Independence Day traditions.

      Have a happy day, my friend!

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  34. Hi Baili - what a lovely tribute to your country and President Jinnah - I need to come back to re-read your post properly ... so I've made a note to do so ... cheers Hilary

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    1. Thank you so much dear Hilary,

      i will be more cherished to hear more from you my friend!

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    2. Hi Baili - I see that Malala was influenced by President Jinnah ... many of us have been blessed by her inspirational life following the attack on her life ... she continues to shine and to offer hope to young girls wanting an education despite parental restrictions ...

      I found this quote from Professor Wolpert "Few individuals significantly alter the course of history. Fewer still modify the map of the world. Hardly anyone can be credited with creating a nation-state. Muhammad Ali Jinnah did all three." - he sounds an inspirational leader ... so pleased Pakistan has achieved its own status ... all the best to the country for many decades and centennials ahead ... cheers Hilary

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  35. Gostei de ler a história do seu país. Obrigada por partilhar. Que seja sempre um país com paz.
    Uma boa semana.
    Beijos.

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  36. Thanks for the information and the colorful and lively photos. A belated Happy 70th!

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  37. I am your new follower, Baili. Thank you for visiting my blog and your kind comment. Happy independence day. I love the traditional punjabi dance. Such a lovely photo! Kisses, my friend.

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  38. Baili, this is such a wonderful post to celebrate Pakistan's 70th birthday.
    I love all the images you've used and your words are great too.

    Sending my good wishes to you and your family.

    All the best Jan

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  39. I hope you enjoyed the celebrations! Happy Birthday Pakistan!

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  40. A lovely celebration of your country's birthday, Baili! Beautiful photos and interesting to read the history, too! xx Karen

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  41. I haven't got an idea what is happening in Pakistan right now, now I have at least some knowledge. :))
    https://smilingshrimp.blogspot.com

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  42. this looks like a fun, colorful, diverse celebration!!

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  43. then I say Happy Birthday Pakistan. I´m afraid I don´t know much about Pakistan. But today I learned a little more.

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    1. thank you dear Nature Photo shop!

      Pakistan is an Asian country which is situated on the junction of east , west and south Asia .
      National Game Hockey though cricket is more popular .
      national bird Dove
      National languages Urdu and English
      Indus river is biggest of five rivers it has

      K.2 the world's second highest peek is in Pakistan's northern mountains.

      Islamabad is capital though Karachi is biggest city.

      five provinces Sindh Baluchistan ,Punjab , khyber pakhtunkhwa and Fata.
      Pakistan has some of world 's most beautiful landscapes and it's norther areas are visitor's fav destination

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  44. This sounds such a wonderful celebration!

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  45. Hello dearest Baili, I'm too late to wish a Happy Anniversary, but I wish your country many, many prosperous and peaceful years to come.
    And big, big hugs to you! :)

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    1. Thank you sooo much dear Sara !
      Best wishes are never too late.
      God bless you, your family and your beautiful homeland always

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  46. Baili! Beautiful photos and interesting to read the history, too! xx Karen


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  47. My favorite picture was the children singing. They are beautiful. The view of Lahore's Mosque was incredible. It is so very beautiful lit up at night. Thank you for sharing these wonderful pictures.

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  48. Thank you so much for kind response dea Ann!!!

    These photos took while to be selected actually.
    I think they display the true spirit of my country

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  49. I am a bit late in telling you how much I enjoyed this post, Baili. It seems that Pakistan is relatively "young" compared to many other countries.

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  50. Thank you dear Beatrice!

    there is no "late" for good wishes my friend!

    Pakistan is only 70 years old though but is learning swiftly from his own mistakes .
    i can see the hope in form of mature beautiful people with grace and intellect who are struggling to make it healthier boy .

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