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  • Jhelum – a mixed cultural city

    Jhelum – a mixed cultural city

        Jhelum, a city on the right bank of the river Jhelum is situated in the province of Pu...

  • Murree Hills

    Murree the most popular hill station and summer resort in the country, is a tehsil of district Rawal...

  • Saraiki Culture

        Different aspects of a region’s culture include social organization, customs and traditions...

Murree Hills

Murree the most popular hill station and summer resort in the country, is a tehsil of district Rawalpindi. It is been visited by tourists all around the year either to enjoy the cool summers or the snowy winters. Besides scenic beauty, pleasant weather, mesmerizing greenery, and wild life, one of ... Read More »

Murree

Pakistan’s most popular hill station is Murree which lies 50 kilometers northeast of Pakistani capital Islamabad. It is mountainous area, forming part of outer Himalayas and it is located at a comfortable altitude of 7500 feet (2286 meters) in the Himalayan foothills at 33 54′ 30″ north latitude and 73 26 east longitude.  This area contains ... Read More »

Potohar Plateau

Potohar plateau is located in the north of Punjab and west of Azad Kashmir i.e. north-eastern parts of Pakistan. It has a distinct language and culture. Attock District, Jhelum District, Chakwal District and Rawalpindi District constitute the Potohar Plateau. Cities such as Gujar Khan, Rawat, Attock, Mandra etc. also lie ... Read More »

Punjabi Culture

Punjab (the land of five rivers) is the biggest land area of Pakistan and is popularly known for its culture. It shares most of its cultural and carnival values with Indian culture. According to population, 56% of the total population of the country is situated in Punjab Province. It has ... Read More »

Rahim Yar khan

Rahim Yar Khan is a city in Province Punjab, Pakistan. This city is named after one of the relatives of Nawab of Bahawalpur. Its earlier name was “Naushehra” Rahim Yar Khan District has a population of 4.4 million. This is one of the top districts of Pakistan in Agricultural produce and number one district ... Read More »

Rawalpindi

Rawalpindi is the 4th largest city of Pakistan. It is in Punjab province and located in Pothohar region of Pakistan. Rawalpindi is in the northernmost part of the Punjab province, 275 km (171 mi) to the north-west of Lahore. Rawalpindi is also known as Pindi. Pindi is also known as twin cities ... Read More »

Rawalpindi

Rawalpindi, located in northern most part of Punjab, is the twin city of Capital of Pakistan Islamabad and fourth largest city of the country. The total area of Rawalpindi is 108.8 square meters.  Rawalpindi holds a very important position for the country as Military headquarters are located in the city. ... Read More »

Bahwalpur

Bahwalpur is said to be the 12th largest city of Pakistan and is situated in Punjab. It was recognized as the capital of a princely state after the Durrani Empire declined. This princely state was founded by Nawab Muhammad Bahawal Khan-II in the early nineteenth century. Later on, Bahawalpur was ... Read More »

Chakwal

Chakwal is situated in Dhani region of Potohar in northern Punjab. Chakwal and surrounding areas are home to ancient Soan civilization and it has a very rich history. Chakwal region’s district capital is the city of Chakwal. Chakwal district has four Tehsils; Kalarkahar, Choha Saiden Shah, Chakwal and Talagang. For ... Read More »

Chiniot

Chiniot is situated in centre of Punjab province on bank of river Punjab in Faislabad division. Boundaries are attached with Faisalabad, Jhang, Hafizabad and Sargodha. Chiniot was Tehsil of district Jhang and it was declared a separate district in February 2009. Chiniot is further divided in two Tehsil’s named as ... Read More »

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