Murree (Punjab, Pakistan) provides a different atmosphere from much of the rest of Pakistan and the Punjab. Its location ensures cooler climates to much of the rest of the country thanks to the Himalayas, thus making it a perfect resort town for tourists who, as well as enjoying the cooler climate, can also enjoy an atmosphere inhabited by many rare animals, including the beautiful leopard. This ensures Murree remains a wonderful amalgamation of cultures within Pakistan, and this has influenced the food we create, making it unique from any other Indian Restaurant. The town has evolved since this time, with both native and foreign residents living peacefully with each other and sharing cultures and traditions that give Murree an atmosphere quite unlike anything else you may experience in Asia. Couple this with the wonderful climate and beautiful scenery and you have a place that has a claim to being paradise on Earth, and is the perfect inspiration for some stunning food.
This article sent by Tania Zohaib from Murree. Tania is student of 3rd year and in Murree Girls College.
Sukkur, or Sakharu is the third largest city of Sindh province, situated on the west bank of Indus River in Pakistan in Sukkur District. One conjecture is that when Arabs invaded Sukkur (Sindh) in the 8th century, they found an extreme climate, and called it Saqar, which means intense.
However, the word Sakharu in Sindhi means “superior”, which the spelling of the city’s name in Sindhi suggests is the origin of the name. Sukkur is nicknamed Darya Dino meaning the gift of river), as without the Indus the city would be a desert.people of sukkur are sindhis(70%),urdu (17.5%),punjabi(8%),pushto (1.5%),baloch(1%),and others 2%.
This article sent by Rukhsar Baloch from Sakhar. Rukhsar has recently passed her 10th exam and is going to take admission in government girls college Sakhar.
Situation is pretty bad in North Western Frontier Province of Pakistan. Extremists are getting in power with every passing day. Killing innocent citizens, destroying schools. Its the worst time in history of Pakistan no doubt. You should have recently seen a video of girl flogging in Swat. That was horrible
But good thing is our readers in North Western Frontier Province, these girls and guys have very warm hearts. Users from NWFP keep contributing, no doubt what the situation is, today one of our readers emailed photo of 4 sweet angel like girls of Kohat. Thank you for this beautiful contribution We here at eDesiBabes.com wish an end to extremism. Hope things will be fine soon.
A village is a clustered human settlement or community, larger than a hamlet with the population ranging from a few hundred to a few thousands (sometimes tens of thousands), Though often located in rural areas, the term urban village is also applied to certain urban neighbourhoods, such as the West Village in Manhattan, New York City and the Saifi Village in Beirut, Lebanon, as well as Hampstead Village in the London conurbation. Common enterprise was the key to a village’s survival. Some villages were temporary, and the society would move on if the land proved infertile or weather made life too difficult. Other villages continued to exist for centuries. Every village had a lord, even if he didn’t make it his permanent residence, and after the 1100′s castles often dominated the village landscape. In most of the ways village lifwe anywhere in Pakistan is same,simple and backward.It doesn’t matter that the village is present in this province.In all four provinces the pattern of life is same.village life is often cut of from rest of the world.Peaple of a village is Pakistan have to work hard for their lively hood and still they don’t get any luxury
The author of the article is Anam. She lives in Village from small town in Pakistan. She like village life. Anam do farming in her extra time.
Gujrat is one of beautiful cities in Pakistan and the people of this historical city. The University of Gujrat is one of the new major public sector universities in Punjab. The university was established under Act IX of 2004 by Government of Punjab, Pakistan on February 23, 2004 to cater for the higher education needs of the population of Central Punjab which includes districts of Gujrat, Sialkot and Gujranwala in addition to city of Wazirabad. These districts are popularly known as the Export Triangle of Pakistan due to various manufacturing industries operating in the area. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan (1817–1898) founder of Aligarh Muslim University had named the region around Gujrat as “Khita-e-Younan”, or “territory resembling ancient Greece”, in reference to the high number of educational institutes present in the area in the 19th century. The University is promoting research and development culture in the area.
This article sent by Aafreen Chauhdry from Gujrat. She is studding in University of Gujrat.