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.
Explore some of the most colorful cities in the world. Besides being beautifully lit, you will also learn about the strong connection between vivid architecture and its inhabitants. Browse through the world’s most colorful cities that will leave a long lasting impression on you:
Imagine driving down a scenic road in some exotic, foreign and far-flung locale with your loved ones and around the bend the trail disappears and the road practically turns into a narrow route with zero visibility. Indeed a fun road trip can turn into a living nightmare if you encounter roads that are unsafe. Here is a list of 7 dangerous roads in the world that will turn your knuckles white:
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.
The recently discovered Dadahara Fort is situated amidst the mountain of Dadahara, Brikot Tehsilis and is said to be built in the 9th century. Archaeologists have urged the Pakistani government to preserve the newly found castle in order to uncover various historical facts and information. Pakistan is known for history and archaeology with award winning archaeological sites to explore. Many have claimed the Dadahara Fort to be a major part of a chain of castles built in the Hindu-Greek period.