Pakistan is full of places that are soothing to the soul, with the lush forests to the roaring waterfalls and the magnificent mountains. Each has a unique sense of beauty that cannot be portrayed through any photograph yet still succeed in capturing more than just the interest of many.
Beautiful places in Pakistan with name and pictures. What could be better than spending some tranquil moments in the lap of nature or sending your adrenaline pumping through the roof to some of the most beautiful Getaway destinations in Pakistan! With our travel bucket list ready and amped up let’s plan to conquer the unbeknownst and give rise to some of the best experiences to ponder this year:
A historical prepossessing paradigm, the Katas Raj is a splendid complex of temples dedicated to Hindu deities and mythology.
Situated at a distance of 16 kilometers from Kallar Kahar, Punjab, the site houses seven temples, remains of a Buddha Stupa, medieval sanctuaries, havelis and a sacred pond. As the faithful believe and the Brahmanical story narrates, the pond was created from a tear drop of Shiva as he flew across the sky carrying the dead body of his beloved wife. The legend also goes, the Pandavas came to this place during their exile and built the older temples. Prior to its Hindu roots the site held a Buddhist stupa said to have towered 61 m (200 ft) in height with ten streams around it as described by Alexander Cunningham, the first Director General of the Archaeological Survey of India, in 1872-73 CE.
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.
Multan stands as the cultural and literal hub of Pakistan. The city is known for the large number of shrines of Sufi saints, and a large number of people from all over the country and as well as from all over the worlds visit these shrines regularly. Tripkar brings you the ultimate list of things to do in Multan on your next visit: