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  • by ZunNurain
    Introduction Dive into the heart of one of the world’s oldest urban civilizations, the Indus Valley Civilization, which thrived over 4,000 years ago in the region that is now modern-day Pakistan and northwestern India. Discover the remarkable achievements in social practices, architecture, and urban planning that set Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro apart as the crowning jewels of this ancient civilization. Harappa: … The post Indus Valley Civilization: Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro appeared first on TrulyPakistan.
  • by ZunNurain
    1. Lahore Fort: A Majestic UNESCO Heritage Discover the Lahore Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a marvel of Mughal architecture. With its imposing walls, grandiose gates like the Alamgiri Gate, and beautifully manicured Mughal gardens, this fort is a testament to the rich history of Lahore. Don’t miss the Diwan-e-Aam, Diwan-e-Khas, and the ethereal Moti Masjid within its … The post Top 9 Must-Visit Mughal Era Monuments in Pakistan appeared first on TrulyPakistan.
  • by Umar Farooq
    Mountainous Terrain AJK is predominantly defined by its mountainous terrain. It is a component of the expansive Himalayan and Karakoram mountain ranges, renowned for their towering summits and challenging terrains. This area is the residence of numerous of the planet’s loftiest peaks, with Nanga Parbat, often dubbed the “Killer Mountain” for its formidable status in the realm of mountaineering, being … The post Geographical Profile of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) appeared first on TrulyPakistan.
  • by Umar Farooq
    Sheosar Lake: A Sapphire in the Sky Our first stop on this enchanting adventure takes us to Sheosar Lake, also known as the “Blind Lake.” Positioned at an elevation of roughly 4,142 meters above sea level, this high-altitude jewel is encircled by verdant meadows and awe-inspiring mountain summits. Renowned for its distinctive ecosystem and the crystalline translucency of its waters, … The post The Enchanting Lakes of Gilgit-Baltistan appeared first on TrulyPakistan.
  • by Umar Farooq
    The Makran Coastal Plateau Stretching along the southwestern coastline of Balochistan, the Makran Coastal Plateau is a land of contrasts. Additionally, it juxtaposes arid desert lowlands with the cerulean vastness of the Arabian Sea. This locality is celebrated for its rugged aesthetics and the distinctive ecosystem that has acclimated to the demanding coastal conditions. As you journey through the expanse … The post Plateaus and Highlands in Balochistan: A Geographic Marvel appeared first on TrulyPakistan.
  • by Umar Farooq
    Floods Monsoonal Rains  Pakistan observes an annual monsoonal period, typically spanning from July to September. Within this timeframe, the nation encounters substantial precipitation, particularly in its northern and northeastern territories. These monsoonal rains play a pivotal role in sustaining agriculture by replenishing the Indus River and its associated tributaries, thereby underpinning the livelihoods of a vast populace.  Pervasive Ramifications  Nonetheless, … The post Natural Catastrophes in Pakistan appeared first on TrulyPakistan.
  • by Umar Farooq
    Keenjhar Lake Nestled in the Thatta District of Sindh, Keenjhar Lake, also known as Keenjhar Jheel, is a picturesque freshwater lake. It is historically significant as it is believed to be the location of the ancient city of Banbhore, one of the oldest civilizations in the region. Keenjhar Lake is not just a body of water; it’s a source of … The post Lakes of Pakistan appeared first on TrulyPakistan.
  • by Umar Farooq
    Melting Glaciers The Himalayan and Karakoram mountain ranges, including iconic peaks like K2 and Nanga Parbat, are home to numerous glaciers. These glaciers are experiencing accelerated melting due to rising temperatures.  The ramifications of glacial recession have wide-ranging consequences. Diminished water discharge from these glaciers poses a significant risk to the freshwater supply for a substantial populace, particularly during arid … The post Climate Change’s Influence on Pakistan’s Topography appeared first on TrulyPakistan.
  • by Umar Farooq
    A Glacial Landscape The Geography of Northern Pakistan  Northern Pakistan, frequently acknowledged as the ‘Roof of the World,’ is a region celebrated for its remarkable geographical features. This is the hallowed ground where one encounters some of the most breathtaking mountainous spectacles, among which stands K2, the second-tallest summit on our planet. Within the sprawling expanse of these monumental mountain … The post Glaciers in Northern Pakistan: A Majestic Natural Wonder appeared first on TrulyPakistan.
  • by Umar Farooq
    Shah Allah Ditta: A Village Rooted in History Nestled on the outskirts of Islamabad, Shah Allah Ditta stands as a living testament to the bygone eras of the Mughal Empire. This charming village, with a history spanning approximately 650 years, takes its name from a dervish of the same name. What makes Shah Allah Ditta unique is its ancient caves, … The post A Tapestry of History: Relics, Festivals, and Mysteries in Pakistan appeared first on TrulyPakistan.