History, Culture & Civilization Of Pakistan

A culture can be defined as the set of shared attitudes, values which form an organized society.  Characteristic features of everyday existence shared by people in a common place or time. It involves the mental approach of people, the traditions, dress, food, language, customs, beliefs, religion, the way of interaction and way of living. Civilization is a relatively high level of cultural and technological development. Pakistan, due its long and immersing, history has many diverse cultures. Although Pakistan is a small country it is overflowing with the richness of values, traditions, and cultures. Pakistan is also home to the ruins of one of the world’s oldest civilizations like the Indus-Valley Civilization.

The cultures of Pakistan comprises of numerous ethnic groups: the Punjabis, Saraikis, Pothwaris, Kashmiris, Sindhis in eastern Pakistan. Makrani in the south; Baloch, Hazaras, and Pashtuns in western Pakistan. The Dards, Wakhi, Baltis, Shinaki and Burusho communities in the Northern areas of Pakistan

Below are a few most prominent cultures found in Pakistan among various others.

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December 3, (every year) is observed all over the world as:

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Master piece Novels “War and Peace” and “Anana Karenina” was written by

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The only human achievement visible from the moon is:

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“Rohtas Fort” is situated near Jhelum. It was built by:

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Famous Novel “The Three Musketeers” was written by

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The only mosque in the world with six minaretes is the Blue Mosque” or the “Mosque of Sultan Ahmad”. It is situated at

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The Height of “Empire State Building” situated in Manhattan, New York, U.S.A is:

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The theme of the famous play “Caeser and Cleopatra” by G.B. Shaw is a:

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Play “Othello” was written by:

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Famous English Poet “William Wordsworth” died in

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“Hayat-e-Jawaid” written by Altaf Hussain Hali is on the life of:

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“Abdul Latif Bhitai” was a famous poet of:

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Among the ancient wonders of the world which one is still exists:

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Famous English Poet John Keats died of T.B at the age of:

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“Elysee Palace” is the official residence of:

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“Hyde Park” London is famous for:

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Famous Novel “A Tale of Two Cities is written by:

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“Waris Shah” a Punjabi Poet is famous for his: (a)

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“Taj Mahal” a magnificent white marble mausoleum is situated at

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Famous Economist “Karl Marx” belongs to:

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