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سلطان شمس الدین التمش

التمش

  سلطان شمس الدین التمش ابو المظفر التمش اپنی گذشتہ تحریر جو کہ قطب الدین ایبک کے متعلق تھی, میں ذکر کیا تھا کہ قطب الدین ایبک کی بادشاہت کے آغاز سے ہندوستان میں جس دور حکومت کی بنیاد پڑی اسے خاندان غلاماں کی حکومت کہاجاتاہے- قطب الدین ایبک کے بعد اس کا بیٹا تخت نشیں ہوا تھا جو کہ ...

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Palas Valley – A Gem of Hazara Division

Palas Valley

  Palas valley is a magnificent place, blessed with thick forests, twinkling lakes and lush green meadows. Palas is a Tehsil (sub division) in Kolai-Palas district in Hazara Division. The meadows of Ledi, Morro and Palas belong to the tribes of Palas valley and Allai valley. Allai valley is in the East of the Palas valley. The route to the ...

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Hundred Tales of a Human Face

Stories

Hundred Tales of a Human Face is an illustrated depiction of Syed Mohsin Raza. Sometimes we couldn’t describe anything in thousands of words, which a picture can tell in a single shot. This proves true when I saw Syed Mohsin Raza’s portraits at Moqvi Photography. I started following Moqvi’s Photography at once. A face in a portrait tells hundred stories, every ...

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Hunza – The Jewel of Gilgit-Baltistan

Hunza

Hunza Valley: Hunza Valley is a Heaven on Earth and it is the most beautiful mountainous valley of the Gilgit-Baltistan Region of Pakistan. It is in the North-West of Hunza River and several lofty mountain Peaks are surrounding the valley. These world high Peaks of the world include; Rakaposhi, Hunza Peak, Bojahagur Duanasir II, Darmyani Peak, Ghenta-Sar, Ultar-Sar and Ladyfinger ...

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CHITRAL – THE LAND OF POLO

Chitral

Chitral Valley: Chitral is a Khowar language word, which means the “field” and spelled as Chetrar in actual. It is the capital of the Chitral District, along the western bank of the Chitral River (Kunhar River), in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province of Pakistan. It remained the capital of the Princely State of Chitral until 1969. This valley is in the foothill ...

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SHANDUR TOP (PASS) In CHITRAL

Shandur

Shandur Top Shandur is the ‘Roof of the World’ because of its high altitude of 12,200 feet (3,700 metres) above sea level. The top consists of flat plateau and accessible between late April till early November. There is a boundary line between Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (Chitral District) and Gilgit-Baltistan (Ghizer District) on Shandur Top in Punji-Lasht. Shandur Polo Festival Shandur Polo ...

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Traditional Cuisines of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan

Traditional Cuisines of Gilgit-Baltistan

Traditional Cuisines of Gilgit-Baltitan: Tradional cuisines of Gilgit-Baltistan is a diverse and unique phenomenon itself in its nature. These cuisines have a vast variety and distinct in its taste. The popular traditional recipes of Gilgit-Baltistan are Chapshoro, Dawdoo, Chamus, Mamtu, Sharbat, Harissa, Molida, Garma, Berikutz, Harissa, Diram, Mull, Gooli, Suppra, and Khamuloot. Chapshoro Its ingredients are Beef/Mutton/Chicken Mince, Onion, Red ...

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SKARDU – THE LAND OF MONARCHS

Skardu - Katpana

  Skardu Valley: Skardu is basically a town in the Gilgit-Baltistan Region of Pakistan and the capital of Baltistan. Its elevation is about 2,438 metres (7,999 feet) above sea level. It lies in the foothill of the Karakoram Mountain Range. Mainly Balti people are of Tibetan and Caucasian origin. They speak Balti, which is a dialect of ancient Tibetan language. ...

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TEN MAGNIFICENT VILLAGES IN PAKISTAN

Villages

Villages in Pakistan: Pakistan is a beautiful country and full of diversity, in terms of its climate, weather, regions and ethnic attributes. It is famous for its rich cultural heritage and historical background. Not only Pakistani cities are have significant but its villages are of equal importance. Some of the villages are of matchless. Let’s explore these villages. Madhupur Village, ...

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How Iftar Celebrations Vary Across Pakistan

Iftari

Iftar Celebrations: Pakistan is a home to a diverse group of people, belonging to various ethnicity, religion etc. Hence there is a wide range of feasts, servings at different occasions. This difference in food is a depiction of the diverse yet rich culture of Pakistan. One of the key aspects is that travelers look into foodie matters while deciding to ...

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