Pakistani - mango town
Pakistan is located in northwestern South Asia and is also known as
the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Covering an area of 796,100 square
kilometers, the country has a population of 149 million, of which
63% are from the Punjab family. The rest are from other faith
communities, ethnicities and other Patan. Residents are Muslim. Urdu
and English are the official languages. Pakistan's currency is the
Rupee. The capital is Islamabad (Islamabad).
The flag is dark greenwi,th a white vertical rectangle on the side.
A white five-pointed star and a curved white crescent are in the
center. White symbolizes peace, green is a symbol of prosperity and
progress, while the five-pointed star is a symbol of light.
Pakistan was originally part of British India. In 1858, India became
a British colony. In March 1940, the All India Muslim League adopted
a resolution on the establishment of Pakistan. The United Kingdom
announced the "Mountbatten Programme" in June 1947, the
implementation of the partition of India. In that same year on
August 14, Pakistan declared independence as a dominion of the
Commonwealth, including the eastern and western parts of Pakistan.
On March 23, 1956, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan was established.
On March 1971, the formation of eastern People's Republic of
Bangladesh was announced, and the formal independence of Bangladesh
was granted in December of that same year.
Economic and Cultural Customs
Pakistan is low-lying, northwest to southeast. The eastern half of
the Indian River runs through Pakistan, providing irrigation water
in arid regions and making it one of the largest irrigated areas in
the world. The main agricultural products are wheat, rice, corn, and
sugar cane. Pakistan has well-developed animal husbandry. Pakistan's
rich fruit, the mango, has as many as thirty kinds of species.
Industrial textiles, sugar, cement, fertilizer, shipbuilding, oil,
and the cotton textile industry are the largest industrial sectors.
Pakistani folk and classical dance are divided into two
categories. Classical Dance is represented by "Khattak." Of folk
dance, "Mary Pearl" and "Lu Di" are the two most widely circulated.
Peshawar is a historic city, near the Saar. Judging by the ancient
ruins, it was built in the early era of the small castle; a hill not
far away from this rise was built in the 1st century AD by Tackett.
At the beginning of this century, a famous world traveler, Lao Weier
where Thomas, once called Pakistan's Buddhist sites "the Pathans of
Paris." Peshawar also has a Balaxisa castle from the Mughal dynasty,
and the Peshawar Mosque has a strong local color.