10 Reasons Why You Should Love Pakistan

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Love Pakistan – When it comes to the specific things that we should be proud of, being a Pakistani we sum up with a lot of stuff in mind that a patriotic person could think of.

Pakistan, a country that is being most of the times in News due to conspiracies and the breakdown of political situations has another side that could be the most demonstrative and beautiful depiction of a nation.

There are certain aspects of Pakistan disguised by the International world as well as anti- Pakistan societies. This is the right time to show the world what in actual Pakistan is.

Starting with some of the evidences we sum up with 10 facets which the world should know about Pakistan.

1. Largest Ambulance service in the World:

Edhi Foundation a non- profit organization owned and founded by Abdul Sattar Edhi is the largest ambulance service provider of the world and whose focus is on Emergency Services, Orphans, Handicapped Persons, Shelters, Education, Healthcare, International Community Centers, Blood & Drug Bank, Air Ambulance Services, Marine And Coastal Service facilitation within the national boundaries.

2. Pakistan has the largest Irrigation System of the world:

Pakistan is profane with some natural gifts and one of them is the irrigation system. Almost 75% of the land which is in agricultural use is covered by the irrigation system.

3. Biggest football  manufacturing industry of the world:

Pakistan is the land of soccer balls. 70% of the 40 million soccer balls are produced in the world and come from there. Tramondi in Sialkot is the place where manufacturing units are installed and labors are hired trained and for the process.

4. 2nd largest salt mine in the world:

The mine 100 miles south of Pakistan’s capital Islamabad is the largest and oldest salt mine in the country, drawing up to 250,000 visitors a year. World’s second largest salt mine has 18 working levels and 40 kilometers of tunnels. Salt mine in Pakistan boasts a mosque made from salt, an electric train and an asthma clinic offering salt therapy.

5. Largest deep sea Port in the world:

Gwadar is the world’s largest deep sea port that lies in southwestern Pakistani province of Baluchistan. The design and construction of the port is carried out in collaboration with China. It is going to emerge as a world’s biggest skyline due to its capacity and infrastructure of handling bulk carriers.

6. Highest mountain ranges in the world:

Pakistan the land of Grand Mountain ranges, a land that holds 4    out of 14 highest peaks in the world. The world’s biggest glaciers are located in the extreme northeastern part of the Pakistan. They include the Himalayas and Hindukush range in which four mountains are present in the list of 14 highest peaks in the world.  K-2, the world’s second highest peak, is also located in Pakistan.

7. Pakistan’s national anthem tune ranked 1st in top 3 tunes of the world:

National anthem plays an important role in motivating and uniting the youth of a country and when the tune is melodious that is just like an icing on the cake. Pakistan’s National anthem ranks No. 1 in the top 3 tunes of the world. The poetry of the anthem includes many words of the languages Pashtu, Punjabi, Baluchi, Arabic and Persian.

8. Karakoram Highway, 8th wonder of the world:

The Karakoram Highway was built by the governments of Pakistan and China also acknowledged as the Friendship Highway in China. It is also referred to as the “Eighth Wonder of the World” due to elevation of 4,693 meters (15,397 ft) and the difficult conditions in which it was constructed.

9. ISI, one of the top intelligence agency of the World:

Intelligence agencies are considered as the mainstay of an economy as they play an important role in strengthening the internal systems as well as defending the country from external forces. In this insecure sphere where there is always a menace of destruction, Pakistan is the country with the strongest Intelligence agency that is ever ready to protect the nation.

10. The land of oldest Civilization: Indus Valley and Mohenjo-Daro:

Mohenjo-Daro is located in Sindh, Pakistan and archeology traces back its existence 5000 years ago. It provides an earliest instance of exemplary form of town planning and community organization and found to be as one of the oldest cities known today. The glory of Indus Valley civilization spread over a thousand mile from the high peak snowy mountains of Kashmir to the glittering sand dunes facing the Arabian Sea. One of the oldest known civilizations that flourished in the Indus river Basin embraced within its fold almost the entire country now known as Pakistan.


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