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SARWALI-THE UNCONQUERED PEAK

Sarwali Peak

Sarwali Peak: Sarwali Peak or Dabbar Peak is located between Neelum valley and at the brink of Shounter valley. It is in the foothill of Nanga Parbat. It resembles to Nanga Parbat in its appearance. Sarwali Peak, also Toshe-Ri I, is the highest peak in Azad Kashmir. Its altitude is 20,754 feet (6,326 metres) above sea level. Sarwali glacier surrounds ...

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KIRTHAR THE NATIONAL PARK

Kirthar National Park

The Kirthar Mountain Range: Kirthar is a mountain range which consists of a series of parallel rock hill ridges. Its at the elevation of 4,000 feet (1,200 metres) on the South and about 8,000 feet (2,500 metres) on the North. The range lies between Balochistan and Sindh Provinces of Pakistan. It stretches towards Southward for about 190 miles (300 kilometres) ...

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WORLD DISABLED DAY AND THE BARRIERS FOR PWDS

World Disabled Day

World Disabled Day: The world is celebrating the World Disabled Day on the 3rd day of December. It is celebrated every year in recognition of the significance of the PWDs (Person with Disability). The PWDs are unprivileged segment of the society, almost all over the world. Definition of Disability: Disability is relative term, which refers to the physical, cognitive, intellectual, mental, ...

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MAHUDAND LAKE KALAM-SWAT VALLEY

,Mahudand Lake, Swat

The Mahudand Lake: Mahudand Lake is in the Upper Ushu valley of Swat. The distance of the lake is about 40 kilometres (25 miles) from Kalam, Swat. It is one of the most famous tourist resort hence it seems like an utmost choice of the holiday-makers from all over Pakistan. Mahudand literally means the lake of Fish. It is situated ...

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SHOUNTER TOP NEELUM VALLEY

Shounter Valley, Neelum Valley

Neelum Valley: Neelum valley is situated in the North & North-Eastern side of Muzaffarabad, Azad Kashmir. Its elevation is 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea level. The marvelous landscape, utmost scenic beauty, panoramic view, sky-scraping hills occupy the both sides of the meandering River Neelum. Lush green thick forests, enchanting streams and attractive surroundings make the valley a dream place ...

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KALAM – SWAT VALLEY

Swat River, Kalam

Kalam Valley: Kalam, Utror and Ushu are the sub-valleys of Swat and consider as heaven on the earth in the dictionary of the tourists. Kalam is at the distance of 99 kilometer (62 miles) away from Mingora city of Swat. It is the Northern part of the upper Swat valley and Suvastu (Swat) river flows side by side it. It ...

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HUES OF GUPIS – GILGIT-BALTISTAN

Khalti Lake, Gilgit-Balatistan Gupis, Ghizar

GHIZAR: Gupis is small but an important town of Ghizer, which is one of the ten districts of the Gilgit-Baltistan Region of Pakistan. Though the capital city of Ghizar is Gahkuch but Gupis is the prominent town. Ghizer is on the hinge of Gilgit and Chitral. China as well as Tajikistan are connected through Karomber Pass. Karomber Pass is connected ...

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KANDOL LAKE SWAT VALLEY

Kandol Lake

Kandol Lake: The Kandol lake is a beautiful and stunning lake in the North of Utror valley in Swat. There is a link road which is leading to the Kandol lake, while passing through Ladu valley from Kalam. It takes two hours to reach the Ladu valley on foot whereas a four-wheeled vehicle takes quite a lesser time to get ...

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LAKES IN AZAD KASHMIR

Hans Raj lake. Azad Kashmir

O Kashmir! You the majesty, you the monarch…. You won my heart, O Majesty! Azad Kashmir is a beautiful state in North of Punjab Province and in the East of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province of Pakistan. Mother-nature has generously blessed it with all the four perfectly blended seasons and a superb climatic atmosphere. Many different but unique attributes are collected in ...

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BUDDHA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES IN SWAT VALLEY

Buddha Archaeological Sites in Swat

History: The arrival of Buddhism in Pakistani soil, introduced Buddha to the people of the area. It was a unique phenomenon in itself and it happened some 2,300 years ago. It brought revolutionary changes in the region which consisted of modern day territory of Pakistan and India. Mauryan King “Asoka” (literarily the greatest of all the Emperors) was the mentor ...

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