flag of Pakistan, interesting facts about PAKISTAN

Interesting facts about Pakistan

Pakistan is located between latitude 24 and 37 degree north and longitude 62 and 75 degree eastern. The nation boundaries of Pakistan: Afghanistan in the north-west, Iran on the west, China in the north, India in the east, and Arabian Sea on the south.

flag of Pakistan, interesting facts about PAKISTAN
Flag of Pakistan

The excellent hill ranges of the Himalayas, the Hindukush and Karakorams type Pakistan’s northern highlands of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province and the Northern Area; province Punjab is a smooth, alluvial plain with five significant Rivers dominating the upper districts eventually joining the Indus River south to the Arabian sea; Sindh is bounded on the eastern by the Thar region  and the Rann of Kutch and on the west by the Kirthar range; the Balochistan plateau is an dry tableland, encircled by dry hills.

The name of Pakistan is renamed in 1956 Constitution from Pakistan to The Islamic Republic of Pakistan

Word Pakistan also means sacred, Holy, Clean, Free and Independent in Urdu, Punjabi and Persian ‘languages’.

Interesting Facts about Pakistan

Pakistan has world’s oldest Juniper forest at Ziarat.

Pakistan is the only Muslim nuclear country in world.

Terbella dam is one of the largest mud dams in the world.

Pakistan is the largest producer of salt in the world.

Siachen, located in the north area of Pakistan, is regarded as the highest fight field.

The Father of Urdu Language is Maulvi Abdul Haq.

Hockey is the National game of Pakistan but Cricket is most Popular game among Pakistani people

Pakistan military force is sixth largest force in the world

Air Commodore Muhammad Mahmood Alam downed five Indian aircraft in less than a minute — the first four within 30 seconds — establishing a world record.

The world’s second highest and the 9th highest hills, K2 and Nanga Parbat respectively, are in Pakistan.

Edhi is running the World’s largest Ambulance network.

About 1.7 million refugees from Afghanistan live in Pakistan.

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