Beautiful Pakistan πŸ‡΅πŸ‡°

Independence day is not only a celebration day but a tick tick reminder for us to represent this beautiful homeland in a most positive way.

Every single step counts. Every small thing matters. Every online post represents. πŸ‡΅πŸ‡°

So, today I’ll share 5 posts from my Instagram feed which I feel, show some beautiful aspects of Pakistan.



1. Hunza:
This is the place from where my grandparents moved to Gilgit.

2. Karachi:
I call it my second home. And, who does not know about sea view of Karachi.

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SEA. Best ever argument of Karachites. I missed #throwbackthursday post which I have been doing lately. Also, I realized that I never posted anything about my life in Karachi. So, I searched old pictures. Unfortunately, I don't have a good collection. However, I found my favorite one. Because it's taken at seaside so it becomes best in my album. It's my best argument too. This picture doesn't depict Karachi life but it surely reminisces happiest times in the city. P.S: Pic selection credit goes to @fayzan__ 😊 . . . . . . . . . . . . #throwbackphoto #KarachiDiaries #Karachi #photooftheday #tb #igtravel #igpakistan #instacity #instatravel #instalife #travelpost #travellife #girlsborntotravel #travelblogger #islamabadblogger #traveling #Pakistan #sea #nature #instagood #instatravelling #travelogram #karachites

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3. Taxila:
This place is so rich in history. One can explore about one of the initial universities of the world. Isn’t that amazing? πŸ‘

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It has been 4.5 yrs since I moved to Islamabad and finally I got to visit Taxila museum. It has collection of Buddhist Sculpture (from 1st to 7th centuries CE). Do you know design of Islamabad was an inspiration from Sirkap? Sirkap place was built by a Greek king and its remains can be found next to Taxila museum. PC: @salmankarim64 . . . . . #Taxila #TaxilaMuseum #budhism #bhudistsite #TaxilaDiaries #GreekHistoryInPakistan #budhistremains #girlsborntotravel #girlswhowander #girlswhotravel #thingsilove #thingsilovetodo #SundayDiaries #InstaSunday #instahistory #traveller #travelgram #travelpost #instatravel #wanderlust #instawander #travelblogger #Islamabad #islamabaddiaries #theskfactor #Hunza #Gilgit #Pakistan #pakistanibloggers

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4. Kashmir:
Do I really need to say anything Kashmir? I have no words for this beautiful place.

5. Islamabad:
I am currently residing in Islamabad & this city is really close to my heart. Its natural beauty never lets me miss home. Also, I love hiking in Margalla hills. πŸƒπŸΌβ€β™€οΈ

I further nominate Mashal from MnF, Dua Aasif, Abrar Qureshi & GBee team to post a blog & share posts from their Instagram accounts which show any beautiful aspect of Pakistan. πŸ’š

Do you have Instagram account? Share posts which show any beautiful aspect of Pakistan. Don’t forget to nominate anyone 😊

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7 thoughts on “Beautiful Pakistan πŸ‡΅πŸ‡°

  1. Pingback: Pakistan – The Beautiful – Abrar Qureshi Blog

  2. Pakistan is beautiful & blessed just that we never tried to explore it the way we explore other things. Thanks for writing this post and sharing the idea. I will write a post of my own perspective soon.
    To everyone else, let’s explore & rejoice Pakistan, the beautiful πŸ™‚

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