“Failed state“, terrorism, corruption, killings and oppression are among the terms that define Pakistan around the globe. Is this all Pakistan is about? I don’t think so. So what is it about Pakistan that raises hopes, makes us optimistic, and tells us that we’re going to make it out of this temporary rough patch in the road? Even before finishing the first paragraph of this post I can see the
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I recently did a post titled National Monuments of Pakistan. Today I am going to feature some other monuments from Pakistan. Each country has it’s beautiful monuments and structures that reflect its history and development over the years. Pakistan is one of those few lucky countries where every mosque is a true piece of art worth admiration. With lots of beautiful forts and spectacular gardens, Pakistan is a dream for
The Pakistan Monument in Islamabad, Pakistan, is a national monument representing the nation’s four provinces and three territories. After a competition among many renowned architects, Arif Masood’s plan was selected for the final design. The blooming flower shape of the monument represents Pakistan’s progress as a rapidly developing country. The four main petals of the monument represent the four provinces (Balochistan, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, and Sindh), while the three smaller petals