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Meaty Dishes To Try This Eid!

Bakra Eid is here and so is gourmet foods and tasty family feasts! Eid al Adha is all about celebration, gratitude and food- loads and loads of sugar dipped sweets, scrumptious bite-size appetizers and delicious entrées. All foodies aboard, here is a list of meaty dishes for you to try and entice everyone!

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9 Crazy Things to do as a Tourist in Pakistan.

9 Crazy Things to do as a Tourist in Pakistan

Overshadowed by propaganda and a wave of terrorism, Pakistan is a country which one HAS to see for himself/ herself in order to get the true picture. It is a place full of unusual yet amusing things to experience: five people squeezed on one bike, cricket in the streets, fresh orange coils of jalebi piled up on a piece of newspaper, children swimming in the canal during summers to fight the scorching heat of the sun, the tinkle of colourful, shiny bangles on Eid, the scent of mehndi on Chand Raat and happy faces dancing on the roads to celebrate the Pakistan victory in cricket against India. These are just a few things which if seen in real will make you wonder “Is Pakistan really that beautiful?” For make believe, here is a list of crazy things to do as a tourist in Pakistan:

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Forts and Castles in Pakistan

Top 5 Forts and Castles in Pakistan you have NEVER heard about

Apart from the natural beauty our country boasts, it consists of rich history and cultures of civilizations and empires that ruled this area thousands of years ago. Due to the geo strategic location of Pakistan and the land (rich in minerals) perfect for agriculture, this area has always been the favourite for conquerors to rule and live in. Here is a list of top 5 gorgeous forts and castles in Pakistan you must have never heard of before:

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Ramadan Iftar

Traveling in Pakistan during Ramadan

A lot of non-Muslims might consider traveling during the month of Ramadan especially to a Muslim country, a daunting idea. During the month of Ramadan, Muslims fast, in all senses of the word: no food or water, no swearing, no lies, no cigarette or anything that has a taste, before the Maghrib prayer. So, to many non-Muslims, the month of Ramadan can seem to be scary. But for Muslims, the month of Ramadan is the most beautiful time of the year and usually the favourite time of the year too. It’s the month when Muslims come together and enthusiastically practice self-discipline for God. So, here is what its like traveling in Pakistan during Ramadan.

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