• Holiday Home Work
    ¨É ¶É¤nù°ü{ÉÉÊhÉ º¨É®úiÉ =kÉ®ú{ÉÖκiÉEòɪÉɨÉ ʱÉÊJÉi´ÉÉ SÉ +ÉxɪÉiÉ* SUB: History(to be done in A4 size paper) 1. A Case study on Qutab Minar of Delhi on the following criterias: * Collect and paste pictures of Qutub Minar. * Write a brief description on its architectural features...
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  • Essays
    like Badshahi Masjid, Minar- e- Pakistan. It has five rivers. They are Chanab, Ravi, Sutlaj, Indus and Jhelum. It has four seasons. They are Spring, Autumn, Summer and Winter. Its people are brave and hard working. Its army is very strong. I like my country very much. May my country livelong! MY...
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  • Tourism's Importance to the Global and Local Economy
    has been preserved by Pakistan as it was when occupied by the Sikhs. Minar-e-Pakistan Minar-e-Pakisan is a new landmark in Lahore and stands in the Iqbal Park to commemorate the date when a resolution was passed there back in 1940 demanding the creation of a separate homeland for the Muslims of...
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  • Gk About Pakistani Politics
    total Area of the Capital of Pakistan "Islamabad" is 907 sq Km. 8. The Height of Minar-e-Pakistan is 196 ft and 4 inch. 9. Sir Victor Turner signed first time on Pakistan's currency notes. 10. Quaid-e-Azam was born on Thursday. 11. Quaid-e-Azam died on Saturday...
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  • Essay
    and the poet of the East, Allama Mohammad Iqbal. We offered “Fateha” and after that we went to see the “Minar-e-Pakistan”. The minar is very attractive and constructed in the heart of Iqbal Park. We went upto the top of minar. The whole city was before our eyes which was looking very attractive...
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  • Lahore, Pakistan
    . Minar-e-Pakistan: Minar-e-Pakistan was built in commemoration of the Pakistan Resolution.  It is constructed on the site where on March 23, 1940, seven years before the formation of Pakistan, the Muslim League passed the Pakistan Resolution (Qarardad-e-Pakistan), demanding the creation of...
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  • Minar-E-Pakistan
    Historical places of Pakistan Minar-e-Pakistan: • Minar-e-Pakistan (or Yadgaar-e-Pakistan) is a tall minaret in Iqbal Park Lahore, built in commemoration of the Lahore Resolution. • The minaret reflects a blend of Mughal and modern architecture, and is constructed on the site where on March 23...
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  • Monuments of Delhi
    Room), where once drums loudly heralded the arrival of the emperor and the Diwan-e-Am (Hall of Public Audience) resounded with the incantations of the people. Amazing, isn't it? There's more to see - Mumtaz Mahal, Rang Mahal (Palace of Colours), Khas Mahal (Emperor's Palace), Diwan-e Khas (Hall of...
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  • Social Studies
    Big cities of Pakistan Lesson 3 Rivers of Pakistan Lesson 4 Minar-e-Pakistan Unit 3 Important Places Lesson 1 Post Office Lesson 2 Market Lesson 3 Places of Worship Mosque Other Religion Unit 4 Geography Lesson 1 Weather and Climate Lesson 2 Solar System...
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  • Pakistan Day
    guard ceremony takes place at various monuments throughout the country. Here the Pakistan Navy cadets salute the tomb of the father of the nation, Muhammad Ali Jinnah Girls lighting candles at midnight to celebrate the day Minar-e-Pakistan is sparkling in Green colour against the dark background...
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  • Training Plan
    . badshahi masjid 3. lahore qila 4. minar -e- Pakistan 5. shahlimar garden 6. Wagha Border Opening chief guest was Mr. Msman Pasha APC (T&P) and the chief guest of closing ceremony was Mr. Nawab Ali Shah Provincial Secretary and Lahore District leaders were also present. All...
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  • Difference Between Private and Public University
    ruler of Pakistan tried to impose Urdu instead of Bangla. But the people of our country did not sit mum. They raised their voice against this unlawful decision. Some heroic sons came forward and sacrificed their glorious life. The Central Shahid Minar was built to make the memory of the martyrs...
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  • Problems of National Integration Between East and West Pakistan
    ”. It adopted the path of secularism and non-communalism. Formation of the United Front and its victory in the provincial election of 1954 Four opposition political parties of East Pakistan - The Awami League, Krishak Praja Party. Nezam-e-islam and the Leftist Ganatantri Dal (Democratic Party...
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  • Pakistan at 14 August
    celebrated 1 day earlier in comparison to India even though the independence granted by the British Raj to both countries at midnight on 15 August 1947. [edit] Celebrations The Minar-e-Pakistan fully lit to commemorate the independence of Pakistan from the British Empire The change of guard...
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  • It Was the 14th of August When the Muslims of the Subcontinent Were Able to Get a Land of Their Own, Where They Could Live Life According to Their Religion. 14th August 1947, Pakistan Gained Independence After
    dress up in green and white to show their love for the country while others visit national monuments like Minar-e-Pakistan and Quaid-e-Azam's Mausoleum. Many people also use this opportunity to meet up with relatives and give gifts to their loved ones. Children also enjoy this day to the fullest...
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  • Pakistan Day
    day that we “actually” found our homeland. Had the idea not been floated at that time, we would not have had the identity that we have. To mark this very important day, the monument of Minar-e-Pakistan was constructed in 1968. This tall white tower stands in the middle of, then known as, Minto Park...
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  • Idioms and Eassy
    meters , highest number of peaks in the smallest area. After Antarctica northern areas for their snow. Cultural and archaeological Tourism Indus valley civilization , Taxila (once a centre of budhist civilization), Mughal architecture gardens ,buildings and tombs . Faisal mosque to Minar-e-Pakistan...
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  • History of Language
    national holiday. The Shaheed Minar monument was constructed near Dhaka Medical College in memory of the movement and its victims. Background The present nations of Pakistan and Bangladesh were part of undivided India during the British colonial rule. From the mid-19th century, the Urdu language had...
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    from the epoch of the Mughals, as does the Mohabbat Khan Mosque in Peshawar. In the British colonial age predominantly representative buildings of the Indo-European style developed, from a mixture of European and Indian-Islamic components. Post-colonial national identity is expressed in modern structures like the Faisal Mosque, the Minar-e-Pakistan and the Mazar-e-Quaid. ...
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  • Allama Iqbal
    , he did not live to see his dream come true. he died on April 21, 1938. He was buried in Lahore where Minar-e-Pakistan stand to bear witness to the inside and prudence of this great "poet of the east". ...
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