Culture of Pakistan
The society and culture of Pakistan (Urdu: ثقافتِ پاکستان‎ S̱aqāfat-e Pākistān) comprises numerous ethnic groups: the Punjabis, Kashmiris, Sindhis in east, Muhajirs, Makrani in the south; Ba...
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Outspoken Pakistani Model Qandeel Baloch Strangled in 'Honor Killing': Police
Qandeel Baloch was known for her popular and and provocative selfie videos, in which she talked openly about her sexuality — a taboo subject in Pakistan.
Ghulam Ali Allana, Huzur Varas
Ghulam Ali Allana traced his descent from a certain Haji, and whose son, Vali was a small merchant in Lahari Bandar, Sind. When the port of Lahari Bandar dried up, Vali came in Jerruk, where he lived...
Persian Princess
The Persian Princess or Persian Mummy is a mummy of an alleged Persian princess that surfaced in Pakistani Baluchistan in October 2000. After huge publicity and further investigation, the mummy prove...
Jamali
Jamali (Urdu: جمالي‎) is a Baloch tribe settled in Sindh and Balochistan provinces of Pakistan.Jamali tribe consists of 16 more tribes which are Ghuhramani, Dilshadani, Sobdrani, Bhandani, D...
Gun culture in Pakistan
Gun politics in Pakistan refers to the wide ownership of firearms in Pakistan. Only tribal areas of the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa permits the ownership of heavy weaponry including the use of rock...
Masonic Temple (Lahore)
Lahore Masonic Temple in the Charing Cross neighborhood of Lahore, Pakistan, is the former home of Prince Albert Victor Lodge 2370ec, and Hope and Perseverance Lodge No. 782, two Masonic lodges warra...
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Balochi music
Balochi music (or Baluchi music) refers to music performed by the Baloch people in Balochistan, southern Oman, some parts of Afghanistan and Middle East. Baluchi music is very rich and played with var...
Pakistani wedding
Marriage (Urdu: شادی‎), in Pakistan is a legal union between a man and a woman. Culturally, it is not only a link between the husband and wife, but also an alliance between their respective...
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Harappan architecture
Harappan architecture is the architecture of the Harappans, an ancient people who lived in the Indus Valley from about 3300 BCE to 1600 BCE. The Harappans were advanced for their time, especially in ...
Ayaz Latif Palijo
Ayaz Latif Palijo (Sindhiاياز لٽطيف پليجو), (Urdu: اياز لطیف پلیجو‎) (born 15 November 1968) is a Pakistani politician, lawyer, activist, writer and teacher. Palijo was born in Hyderabad, Si...
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Pashtunization
Pashtunization (Pashto: پښتون‌ جوړونه‎), also called Afghanization or Pathanization, is a process of cultural or linguistic change in which someone or something non-Pashtun becomes acculture...
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Gogaji
Gogaji (Hindi: गोगाजी) (Rajasthani: गुग्गो), also known as Jahar Veer Gogga is a folk deity, worshiped in northern states of India especially in Rajasthan, Punjab region and Uttarpradesh. He is a...
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Feudalism in Pakistan
The Feudalism in contemporary Pakistan (Urdu: زمینداری نظام zamīndāri nizam) usually refers to the power and influence of large landowning families, particularly through very large estates and in more...
LGBT rights in Pakistan
Being open about one's sexual orientation, such as lesbian, gay, bisexual person is considered a taboo in many parts of Pakistan. However, in large cities like Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad, and even Pes...
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