Summer Season In Urdu Essays and Term Papers

  • History of Balochistan Distic Wise

    The climate of District Zhob is pleasant in summers and extreme cold in winters. In autumn season, the weather becomes very dry. Rainy season is mostly in the months of June, July and August accompanied by thunder storms from July to September...

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  • Geography of Pakistan

    (28,269 ft) | Lowest point | Arabian Sea 0 m (0.0 ft) | Longest river | Indus River | Largest lake | Manchar Lake | The geography of Pakistan (Urdu: جغرافیہ پاکِستان‎) is a profound blend of landscapes varying from plains to deserts, forests, hills, and plateaus ranging from the coastal areas of...

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  • Miss

    learner * Good listener * Loyal respectful * Organised Linguistic Skills: I have excellent verbal and written communication in English, Urdu, and Punjabi. Education and training: A4e Employability Course ...

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  • Paper

    Student, Teacher, Write, Teach (d) Chair, Desk, Fan, Books Q. No.5. Select correct article to fill in the following sentence. “Summer is _________ longest season.” (a) an (b) a (c) the (d) more Q. No.6. The word “Fond of” means to (a) like very much (b) walk very much (c) be happy very...

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  • Punjab

    have a cool soothing temperature throughout the year. The weather conditions are classified in four types of climate. They are Winter, Summer, Monsoons. Summer: Summer lasts from late March to the end of the month of May. The day temperatures start rising from the middle of February. The weather conditions...

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  • Pakistan

    becoming progressively cooler toward the northeastern uplands. “The winter season is generally cold and dry.” Pakistanis enjoy this cold weather because due its desert-like climates, it gets extremely warm in the summer time. “The hot season begins in March, and by the end of June the temperature may reach 49°c...

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  • patriotism and young india

    Jammu and Kashmir jammu and Kashmir (i/dʒɑːmuː/ & /kæʃmɪər/; Urdu: جموں و کشمیر‎; Dogri, Hindi: जम्मू और कश्मीर; Kashmiri: जोम त कशीर(Devanagari), جوم تِ کشیر (Nastaliq); Ladakhi: ཇ་མུ་དང་ཀ་ཤི་མིར།) is a state of India. It is located mostly in the Himalayan mountains and shares a border with the states...

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  • Room on the Roof

    India, Burma, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Pakistan, growing in tropical and semi-tropical regions. Other vernacular names include Neem (Hindi, Urdu), Nim ((Bengali)), Nimm (Punjabi), Arya Veppu (Malayalam), Azad Dirakht (Persian), Nimba (Sanskrit, Oriya and Marathi), DogonYaro (in some Nigerian...

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  • Monsoon in Pakistan

    Temperature rises and weather become moderate to hot. c. Summer/ Monsoon (June – September). During this period hot and humid weather is observed east of Indus river however hot and comparatively less humid weather is observed west of river Indus. d. Fall Season/ Retreating Monsoon (October – November). When...

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  • cultures of pakistan

    and understood in areas beyond the confines of Punjab. Facts and figures show that Punjabi language is spoken as first language by 44% of Pakistanis. Urdu language is also commonly spoken in this region. Key Punjabi languages/dialects are: Dresses: Costumes of Punjab are an indication of the bright...

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  • Jammu Kashmir

    monsoonal, though the region is sufficiently far west to average 40 to 50 mm (1.6 to 2 inches) of rain per months between January and March. In the hot season, Jammu city is very hot and can reach up to 40 °C (104 °F) whilst in July and August, very heavy though erratic rainfall occurs with monthly extremes...

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  • National Integration

    thing which is a taboo for an other religious communit . There are in India, various linguistic groups speaking different languages, such as Hindi, Urdu, Bangali, Ori a, Assamee, Marathi, Gujarati, Punjabi and so on. Each linguistic group should respect the language of ever other linguistic group. Ever...

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  • Mauritius the Paradise Island

    numerous poets, wonderful and un-exploited landscapes of hundreds of films, mostly bollywood movies Mauritius is a Tropical Island with two seasons, SUMMER and WINTER, situated in the Indian Ocean near Reunion Island and Madagascar, Mauritius is a hub for various Business of import and export, its...

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  • Monsoon

    English monsoon came from Portuguese monção, ultimately from Arabic mawsim (موسم "season"), "perhaps partly via early modern Dutch monsun".[6] The Arabic-origin word mausam (मौसम, موسم) is also the word for "weather" in Hindi, Urdu, and several other North Indian languages.[7] History An isolated thunderstorm...

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  • Culture Sociology

    of Urdu literature and English literature of the South Asia was inherited by the new state. Over a period of time, a body of literature unique to Pakistan has emerged in nearly all major Pakistani languages, including Urdu, English, Punjabi, Pushto and Sindhi. POETRY: The Urdu language...

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  • Faisal

    in 1947. The common and shared tradition of Urdu literature and English literature of South Asia was inherited by the new state. Over a period of time, a body of literature unique to Pakistan has emerged in nearly all major Pakistani languages, including Urdu, English, Punjabi, Pushto, Seraiki, Balochi...

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  • Ladakh

    La. Before partition, Baltistan, now under Pakistani control, was a district in Ladakh. Skardu was the winter capital of Ladakh while Leh was the summer capital. The mountain ranges in this region were formed over a period of 45 million years by the folding of the Indian plate into the more stationary...

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  • Neem

    India, Burma, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Pakistan, growing in tropical and semi-tropical regions. Other vernacular names include Neem (Hindi, Urdu), Nim ((Bengali)), Nimm (Punjabi), Arya Veppu (Malayalam), Azad Dirakht (Persian), Nimba (Sanskrit, Oriya), Kadu-Limba (Marathi), DogonYaro (in some...

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  • Kashmir

    inhabited villages and 281 uninhabited villages. 7. In summer's Srinagar is capital of Kashmir and in winter's jammu is the capital of Kashmir. 8. Kashmiri, urdu, Hindi, Dogri, Pahari, Ladakhi are the languages of Kashmir. 9. Srinagar is the largest city of Kashmir. 10. Altitude varies between 1000-28250 feet...

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  • Ye Dilli Hai Mere Yaar

    lived, ruled, held their courts, walked and shopped. Mushairas—Urdu poetry recitation concerts— were held in the Red Fort and were presided over by the emperors particularly the last Mughal emperor, Bahadur Shah Zafar. The star writers of Urdu poetry regaled and enthralled the listeners with their witty...

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