Bagh is the capital city of Azad Kashmir, situated on a confluence of two gushing rivers, Mahlwani and Mahl. The city’s tradition, culture and values closely resembles Poonch district situated in India. The beautiful Bagh in Azad Kashmir is surrounded by lush green foliage and vegetation. Visitors can also explore the famous Haji Pir Pass, situated just 30 kilometers from the city.
Basant festival is celebrated with utmost vigor and enthusiasm in Lahore. The festival ensues flying of colorful kites during the Spring season and is celebrated by both Indians and Pakistanis.
History of Basant
Basant, also referred as the festival of kites, is a centuries old cultural tradition celebrated in Punjab. A book published by Aman Ullah Khan Arman in 1959 quoted Basant as a seasonal festival celebrated in unity with no religious bearings or restrictions. The Festival of Kites is celebrated in February in herald of Spring. There is an old Aryan tradition wherein people during Basant festival wear yellow colored dresses, as the color indicates mustard blossom during Spring. According to a famous Indo-Pak poet, Kalidasa, Basant is celebrated to welcome blossoming flowers, flowing rivers and unity.
If you’re planning a trip to administer nature’s magnificent beauty, Hunza Valley is the place to be. Not only will it be a feast for your senses but it will remind you that this world has a lot to offer. With places like these tourism in Pakistan has reached its peak. People all around the globe come here to appreciate the beauty of nature. It is probably the most magnificent place in the world. Tripkar brings you a list of hotels in Hunza Valley for a comfortable stay:
We are one of the most blessed countries in the world. From abundant natural beauty to cultural diversity, there is so much to explore and be thankful for. Besides being blessed with beautiful and historical Mosques, Pakistan also hosts magnificent shrines for Sikhs. One such place is Nankana Sahib that holds immense historical importance for Sikhs all over the world. Visitors can see the orange flag ‘Nishan Sahib’ proudly representing the Sikh community in Pakistan. Tripkar brings you some interesting historical facts about the origins of Sikhism in Pakistan:
Beaches are usually perceived with white/yellow sand, rolling waves and bright sunlight. However, these bizarre beaches in the world will change your cognizance and leave you reeling in awe and fascination: