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  • Muhajirs

      Culture is defined in Merriam Webster as “characteristic features of everyday existence share...

  • Multan

    Multan is Pakistan’s third largest city by area and it is fifth largest by population. The cit...

  • Hazara Culture (Extended)

        My assignment focuses on the social aspects of the Hazara community that reside in Balochis...

Peshawar

Peshawar is one of the oldest cities in Asia and is the capital of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa with Pashto being spoken in and around the city so if you happen to visit you might have quite an edge if you know a little Pashto. Peshawar is the administrative center for the ... Read More »

Swat

One of the most beautiful valleys of Pakistan, Swat has been populated for over two thousand years. The first occupants at that time created well-planned towns. In 327 BC, Alexander the Great fought his way to Udegram and Barikot and stormed their battlements. Around the 2nd century BC, this very area was ... Read More »

Abbottabad

Abbottabad, the city of pines, is located in the Hazara region of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, in Pakistan. Abbottabad is also known as the City of Pines, as you can see a lot of pine trees everywhere in this city.   Location Abbottabad is located in the Orash Valley, 50 ... Read More »

Bannu

Bannu (Bana) is located in the KPK province, approximately 120 kilometers South-West of Kohat City and 140 kilometers North of Dera Ismail Khan City. Bannu District covers an area of approximately 1227 sq.km. and has a population of nearly 7 Lakh people, most of whom are Pakhtoons (Pashteen) although there ... Read More »

Dera Ismail Khan

Dera Ismail Khan often called D.I.Khan, is a city located in Khyber Pakhtun Khuwa at the bank of Indus river. It is also the capital of the Tehsil named D.I.Khan. Founded in the end of 15th century by Sardar Ismail khan Baloch who them named the city after himself. People ... Read More »

Kalash Valley

The Kalash or the Kalasha are the only pagan minority residing in the Chitral district of the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhua. They form the smallest minority community in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Though the people of Kalash were once in a large number, around 200,000, the number has dwindled ... Read More »

Kohistan

Kohistan, a Persian word meaning “land of mountains” is an administrative district in the province of Khyber –Pakhtunkhwa. It covers a total land area of 7,492 square kilometers with a population of 472,570 at the 1998 Census. Kohistan is where Karakorum, Hindukash and Himalayas meet making it one of the ... Read More »

Kohat

The local citizens to earn some respectable money so that they can made themselves good in the cycle of life. Kohat is located in the province Khyber pakhtoonkhwa of Pakistan. Kohat is the capital of Kohat district which includes different small villages in it along with their own but almost ... Read More »

Malakand Agency

Malakand Agency being a part of this country is dominated by the Pushtoons. The Pushtoons or Pathans follow their own cultures and traditions based upon “ Pukhtoonwali”. Malakand Agency is located to the north of Pakistan. Due to the recent terrorism activity the cultural activities in Malakand Agency were also  ... Read More »

Turbat

  Turbat is a city located in southern Baluchistan lying in the Makran region. Makran region is predominantly mountainous with three parallel ranges running coast-west. The southernmost is the Makran coastal range, a line of low hills rising no more than 65 meters. Next is the Central Makran range, which ... Read More »

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