Our elders always tell us that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and so we should never skip it. The logic seems to be fair because after sleeping for several hours, our body needs something to extract energy from in order to keep us energetic throughout the day. If you are a real ‘foodie’ and want to see how breakfast is supposed to be done, you need to visit a number of places for a desi breakfast in Karachi which are well-known for their exceptional breakfast in terms of variety, taste and quality.
Pakistan is a country drenched in numerous colors, depicted in its copious cultures and festivals, which are sprinkled differently in different fractions of the country. In Pakistan, life blossoms at its full bloom as people here do not wait for life to shower colossal blessings upon them, in fact they carve happiness on their life’s canvas on their own. Chilam Joshi Festival is another such example, where happiness and colors of life get jolted in air with mere alteration of season in the Kalash Valley.
Flowing rivers are like blood for a country, which flows in its veins; enabling life with its every gush, nurturing life with its every turn, sustaining life with its every ripple. This world is all about life, so are rivers! This fact can be asserted by the affirmed fact that previously, early civilizations laid foundation of their society near the rivers. Pakistan is also bestowed by nature with this lifeline; rivers, in fact there are more than 60 small and large rivers in Pakistan. These rivers run through the length and breadth of Pakistan, sprinkling life everywhere. Tripkar brings you interesting information regarding the rivers of Pakistan:
Lahore is one of the most famous tourist spots in Pakistan due to the fact that there are a number of historical landmarks like Badshahi Mosque, Fort, Shalimar Gardens, Data Darbar, Minar e Pakistan and Wazir Khan Mosque most of which are known for their architectural beauty. For this reason, it is necessary to have sufficient information about budget hotels in Lahore so that you can easily arrange for accommodation.
At a distance of 160km southeast of Quetta lies Sibi where the annual meeting of various Balochi tribes is held in the month of February each year called Jirga. This annual meeting is combined with a Mela that makes it more lively, cultural and attractive making it a Balochi Jirga Sibi Mela. Going deep into history, Balochi tribes used to meet annually at Sibi to discuss their disputes and this continues till the present day.