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How Iftar Celebrations Vary Across Pakistan


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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Places to Visit during Ramadan in Pakistan


♣ Ramadan Holidays: Whilst most people avoid traveling during the month of Ramadan as they have to keep the obligatory fast, it appears to be the perfect time to avail your vacations and visit the scenic areas of the country. We offer tours with complimentary Sehri and Iftar meals. We yet again make it easier for travelers to enjoy their ...

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Learn English Grammar – Verb


Verb and the Basics: There are three (3) Helping Verbs Do Form Be Form Have Form Elaboration: “Do” means, “do, does, did” “Be” means, “is, am, are, was, were, been, being” “Have” means, “have, has, had” Main Verbs: There are five (5) main Verbs Base Form Base Form (with s,es) Present Participle Simple Past Past Participle Explanation: Base Form: It is ...

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Rawalakot eco

The Eco-Tourism: Since tourism becomes an emerging industry in the world therefore it turns out a big source of income. Hence it seems like the Eco-tourism grows parallel to it. It becomes a booming and flourishing business even in Pakistan which is a good omen for accelerating the economic growth. However the uncontrollable growth causes many problems. Resultantly the collateral ...

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Dagri Bungalow Dream: The lovely dawn is spreading its wings slowly and gradually over the nearby hills of Thandiani. I am sitting in a rocking-chair, waiting for a cup of sugar-free black coffee while looking out of the window pane. I can so feel the cool breeze and mesmerizing beauty of the rising Sun in the East. One wonders, if ...

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jeep rally

Cholistan Desert Rally Track: The Jeep Rally of Cholistan is a very popular rally among the off-roading lovers and organized by the TDCP, Pakistan. Cholistan Desert, also called the Rohi Desert, spreads over 26,300 square kilometres. Moreover it is in Bahawalpur Region of the Punjab province of Pakistan. It firstly introduced in 2005, by the Tourism Development Corporation of Punjab ...

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Leepa Valley: Leepa is an alluring and beautiful valley in Kashmir and lies at an elevation of 2,133 metres (6,998 feet) above sea level. It is accessible through Reshian and Dao Khan, 105 kilometres (65 miles) away from Muzaffarabad, the capital of Azad Kashmir. Leepa valley is located along the Line of Control (LOC). Naukot is the biggest village of ...

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Rush Lake Gilgit-Baltistan

Gilgit-Baltistan: The Rush lake is a beautiful high altitude lake in Gilgit-Baltistan. It is near Rush Pari Peak at an elevation of 5,098 metres (16,726 feet) above sea level. Since it is on the height of 4,694 meters (15,400 feet), Rush lake is 25th most highest lake of the world. It is about 15 kilometres (9 miles) away from Nagar ...

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peeer chnassi muzaffarabad

Peer Chinasi: When we are travelling in the North-East from Islamabad, then on the Murree Expressway and continue on the Kohala-Muzaffarabad road, we are heading towards Muzaffarabad, the capital of Azad Kashmir. It is at the distance of 125 kilometers (78 miles) from Islamabad, the capital city of Pakistan. It takes three and half an hour to reach Muzaffarabad where ...

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Arrang Kel: Azad Kashmir is truly considered a heaven on the face of the Earth and Arrang Kel is its jewel. It is just 3 kilometres (1.9 miles) from Kel valley. Its elevation is 8,379 feet (2,554 metres) above sea level. The distance of Kel valley from Muzaffarabad (capital of Azad Kashmir) is 155 Kilometres (96 miles). The altitude of ...

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