TOURISM

  • Chitral and Dir

    Chitral and Dir

    دیر دیر پاکستان کے خوبصورت ترین مقامات میں سے ایک ہے۔ اس کے پہاڑ، ثقافتی ورثہ اور ترقی اسے چھٹیاں گزارنے کے لیے بہترین جگہ بناتی ہے۔ اگر آپ روزمرہ کے معمولات سے وقفہ لینا چاہتے ہیں اور اگر آپ کو تاریخ میں خاص دلچسپی ہے تو آپ کو وادی دیر کا دورہ کرنا چاہیے۔ ہم بحیثیت پاکستانی بہت خوش قسمت ہیں کہ ہمارے ملک میں اتنا پرکشش اور اہم مقام ہے۔ دیر کی تاریخ دیر ایک قدیم جگہ ہے اور اس میں سیاحوں کی توجہ اور تاریخی اہمیت کے حامل بہت سارے مقامات ہیں۔ ان مقامات میں شامل ہیں نمبر1:چکدرہ میوزیم۔ نمبر2:چرچل پکیٹ۔ نمبر3:لواری پاس۔ اگرچہ ان مقامات کی اپنی ایک تاریخی اہمیت ہے لیکن اس مقام کی طرف…

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  • Hunza

    Hunza

    Hunza Hunza Valley Mountainous valley situated to the north of Hunza river in Gilgit Baltistan is referred to as Hunza valley the world Renowned Hunza valley is a heaven for tourists. The capital of Hunza is Karimabad ( Baltit ), Prince Karim agha khan is the spiritual head of the Shia Ismaili Nizari community, and Karimabad is called after him, it is surrounded by three beautiful peaks Rakaposhi,Diran, and Ultar. Hunza valley is surrounded by some of the high peaks namely Rakhaposhi, Hunza peak, Darmyani peak,ghenta SAR, ultar SAR, Bojahagur Duanasir, and lady finger peak. Hunza valley is probably one of the most beautiful and attractive areas in northern areas. This area boasts of a number of the most spectacular…

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  • Interior Sindh

    Interior Sindh

    Mohenjo-Daro Mohenjo-Daro is an archeological site located in the Larkana district of Sindh. It was built around 2600 BCE, it had been one of the most important settlements of the traditional Indus Valley Civilization, and one of the world’s earliest major urban settlements. Mohenjo-Daro was abandoned in the 19th century BCE and wasn’t rediscovered until 1922. Mohenjodarho is located in the Larkana District of Sindh, Pakistan. It is found on a Pleistocene ridge within the middle of the flood plain of the Indus river Valley, around 28 kilometers from the town of Larkana. The ridge due to its prominence allowed the city to stand above the surrounding plain, but past flooding activities have taken that prominence away. A well-planned street…

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  • Around Bahawalpur

    Around Bahawalpur

    Around Bahawalpur After seeing the palaces and other attractions in Bahawalpur, a tourist should also visit some important places around the city. A visit to Bahawalpur isn’t complete without visiting the subsequent places: 1) Uch Sharif Uch Sharif, the oldest living city in Pakistan is a beautiful historical site for tourists and is located some 75 KM from Bahawalpur. It’s located between Sutlej and Chenab. The interesting part about Uch Sharif is that different historians have narrated different stories about the city. It’s said that the town existed before the reign of Bikramajit, while others say Uch Sharif was under Hindus before the invasion of Alexander. What makes Uch Sharif so beautiful and attractive are the shrines and tombs. However,…

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  • Bahawalpur

    Bahawalpur

    Bahawalpur Bahawalpur was one of the princely states during the British period and was ruled by the Nawab family. The state was one of the most developed and well-administrated states of the time and financially the Nawabs were one of the richest families of the time. The architectural achievements of the Nawabs can still be seen during a visit to the town. Following are a number of the tourist attractions of Bahawalpur: 1) Nur Mahal Nur Mahal is located in Bahawalpur, Pakistan. Its construction resulted in 1875 on neoclassical lines. It belonged to the Nawab of Bahawalpur princely state. There are different opinions regarding the aim of construction. Few people are of the opinion that Nawab Sadiq Muhammad IV built…

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  • Balochistan

    Balochistan

    Balochistan 1) Hinglaj Hinglaj is a very important Hindu pilgrimage place in Balochistan, Pakistan, and Kuldevi of the many Kshatriya and other Hindu Communities of India. Hinglaj is the place considered the foremost important of the 51 Shakti Peeths where Lord Shiva’s body parts are buried and herein buried in his head. Hindus pay a visit to the present place, the Pilgrimage starts near Karachi where services and facilities for the pilgrims are often established. Hinglag Temple is situated in Balochistan and therefore the pilgrims should travel nearly 200 km on foot, about 250 km northwest of Karachi. 2) Urak: Surrounded by mountains Urak valley is an astonishing place located in the Quetta District of Balochistan Province, in northwestern Balochistan.…

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  • Taxila

    Taxila

    Taxila Taxila city is 35 km, which is a 20-minute drive from Islamabad towards the northwest where the civilization of Gandhara exists. Taxila original name was Takshasila. After being destroyed 3 times by the world quake it absolutely was made earthquake-proof. Its name was changed from Takshasila to Taxila where the word tax means to cut and sila means a stone cut of the stone city. Taxila is one of richest South Asia archeologist site. Taxila is a testament to Buddhism. Buddha himself spent 40 years of life traveling and teaching in this part of Pakistan and lots of saying that it’s from here the fashionable Buddhism takes its roots. The Greeks came to Taxila under the banner of the…

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  • MULTAN

    MULTAN

    MULTAN Multan, the commercial hub and the biggest city of South Punjab are very important mainly due to its historical importance. it’s one of the oldest living cities in Pakistan and incorporates very rich Sufi traditions. referred to as the town of saints, Multan housed the mazaars of leading Sufis who lived in this region. Anyone fascinated by spiritualism cannot afford to miss a visit to Multan. the subsequent are the most tourist attractions in the city: 1) Baha-ud-din Zakriya’s Mazaar Baha-ud-din Zakriya mazaar is the tomb of the renowned Sufi Abu Muhammad Baha-ud-din Zakriya. The shrine is square in shape from the base after which comes an octagon shape and lastly a hemispherical dome. The building is formed of…

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  • Karachi

    Karachi

    Karachi It is known to be the most important metropolitan city in the world. The most seaport of Pakistan is situated in Karachi. It’s the capital of Sindh province. The population of Karachi is estimated to be 23.5 million in 2013. The realm of Karachi is 3527 km2. The world’s third largest city by population is Karachi. There are lots of industries in this city including banking, textiles, shipping, automotive, entertainment, arts, fashion, advertising, publishing, medical research, etc. There are a large number of places for tourism in Karachi. Because of terrorism, tourism has decreased within the past few years. Lots of places in Karachi are worth watching. People from everywhere in the world come to go to these places.…

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  • Around Lahore

    Around Lahore

    Around Lahore 1) Hiran Minar Hiran Minar (Minaret regarding Antelope) is placed in an exceedingly relaxing environment around Lahore with Sheikhupura, Pakistan. Hiran Minar is among the most effective known and also the majority beautiful connected with such sites. It absolutely was once the popular hunting spot for all Muslim rulers. Hiran Minar is really 43 km from Lahore in addition to 9 km from Sheikhupura. it had been constructed by Mughal emperor Jahangir as a monument to Mansraj one of his deer pets. History reveals that Jahangir hunted in the area where Hiran Minar was later built together with his friends and spotted a deer he tried to kill, but accidentally killed his own favorite, Hansraj. The emperor becomes…

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