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Karachi – The City of Lights Posted by on Nov 30, 2017

Karachi (Urdu: كراچى) is the largest city, main seaport and financial center of Pakistan, as well as the capital of the province of Sindh. It is locally known as the “City of Lights” (روشنیوں کا  شہر )  and “The bride of the cities” (عروس البلاد) for its liveliness, and the “City of the Quaid” (شہرِ قائد), having been the birth and burial place of Quaid-e-Azam, the Great Leader, (Muhammad Ali Jinnah), the founder of…

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Nankana Sahib – A Holy Sikh Site Posted by on Nov 27, 2017

Nankana Sahib is a holy place where the founder of Sikh religion Guru Nanak Dev was born early in the morning to Mata Tripta Ji and Mehta Kalu Ji on 15th April, 1469. The township of Nankana Sahib was earlier known as Raipur and later on as Rai-Bhoi-di-Talwandi but after the birth of Guru Nanak,…

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Balochi Chappal Posted by on Nov 26, 2017

Balochi Chappal is being made since the dawn of Baloch nation in the region, which is approximately 95 years ago. The evolution of balochi chappal has come from the southern region i.e. Dera Bugti, Kuhlu, Bolan, Wadd, Khuzdar. Balochi chappal is very much popular in all over Balochistan, because it is the indigenous shoes and…

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Neelam Valley Posted by on Nov 25, 2017

Neelam Valley (Urdu: وادیِ نیلم) is located in the Azad Kashmir region of Pakistan. The valley is a 144 km long bow-shaped deeply forested region which is known for it’s natural beauty. It is situated at the North & North-East of Muzaffarabad, running parallel to Kaghan Valley. The two valleys are only separated by snow-covered peaks, some over…

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Politeness and Respect in Urdu Posted by on Oct 29, 2017

Urdu is a delicate and sophisticated language and many of its words are used to show respect and civility. This emphasis on politeness in vocabulary is known as Adab, respect or Takalluf, politeness. This polite vocabulary is generally used when talking to seniors or people you’re not familiar with. For example, the English pronoun you…

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