Natural Beauty of Pakistan

This post is about Natural Beauty of Pakistan.

Pakistan is located in the sub-continental region in the South-Central Asia. Four provinces of Pakistan have all kind of natural beauty, forests, deserts, mountains, rivers, and sea. Four provinces of Pakistan are also blessed with four kinds of weather, that is summer, winter, autumn and spring.

beauty of pakistan
night view of Islamabad.

The capital of Pakistan is Islamabad. Islamabad is located in Margalla hills. Islamabad is also the second naturally beautiful capital of the world. Have a look at our Beauty of Islamabad section to know more about Islamabad.

Natural Beauty of Pakistan and its Provinces :

There are four provinces of Pakistan, namely Balochistan, KPK, Punjab, and Sind.

Natural Beauty of Pakistan in Balochistan Provinces.

beauty of balochistan

Balochistan is the largest province of Pakistan. The capital of Balochistan is Quetta. Balochistan is full of natural resources. Balochistan is famous for its green mountains and white snow in winters. Balochistan shares its border with Iran, Afghanistan and Arabian Sea. The important port of the region Gwadar is also located in Balochistan. Gwadar post in under development with the help of China. It is being said that Gwadar port will not only change the condition of the province but entire Pakistan and region.

Natural Beauty of Pakistan in KPK Provinces.

beauty of KPK

KPK (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) is naturally most beautiful province of Pakistan. The natural beauty of KPK is compared with Switzerland. The capital of KPK is Peshawar. Unfortunately, KPK is most affected by terrorism. But now KPK is getting back on track. To check the progress of KPK have a look at our section about Naya KPK.

Natural Beauty of Pakistan in Punjab Provinces.

beauty of punjab

Punjab is second largest and most populated province of Pakistan. Punjab is famous for its agricultural lands. Punjab is a rich culture with many small sub-cultures. The capital of Punjab is Lahore. Punjab shares its border with India. Punjab is also known as the land of rivers.

Natural Beauty of Pakistan in Sindh Provinces.

beauty of sindh

Sindh is famous for its beautiful culture. Sindh is also famous for its historical values and importance. The capital of Sindh is Karachi. Currently only working sea port of Pakistan is also located in Karachi. Sindh is also known as Mehran. Sindh had been the land of Sufism and Secularism.

Natural Beauty of Pakistan and its Rivers :

Pakistan has five main rivers and there are few other small rivers as well. Five main rivers of Pakistan are Jhelum, Chenab, Ravi, Sutlej, and Indus.

Indus River.

indus river picture

Indus River is also known as Sindh river. Indus river starts from Tibet Region in China, flow into Jammu and Kashmir and then flow into rest of Pakistan. It’s the longest river of Pakistan. The length of Indus in Pakistan is 2896 km. All other rivers of Pakistan end up in Indus River.

The Sutlej River.

Sutlej river picture

The Sutlej River is the longest river of five rivers that flow through the region of Punjab in India and Pakistan. It flows from east of the central Sulaiman range in Pakistan. According to the Indus Water Treaty between Pakistan and India, the water of the Sutlej is allocated to India. Mostly water of the Sutlej is diverted to irrigation canals in India. The length of the Sutlej in Pakistan is 1551 km.

The Chenab Rive.

Chenab River

The Chenab River is also one of the major rivers of Pakistan and India. It starts from the upper region of the Himalayas in India and flows through the Jammu region into Punjab of Pakistan. According to the Indus Water Treaty between Pakistan and India, the water of the Chenab is allocated to Pakistan. The length of the Sutlej in Pakistan is 1242 km.

The Ravi River.

Ravi River

The Ravi River is flowing through Northwestern India and Eastern Pakistan. According to the Indus Water Treaty between Pakistan and India, the water of the Ravi is allocated to India . The length of the Ravi in Pakistan is 901 km.

The Jhelum River.

Jhelum River

Jhelum River or Jhelum River Flows in Pakistan and India. It is the largest river of Punjab. Jhelum River passes through District Jhelum of Punjab, Pakistan. According to the Indus Water Treaty between Pakistan and India, the water of the Ravi is allocated to Pakistan. The length of the Ravi in Pakistan is 825 km. Mangla Dam is also built on Jhelum River.

Natural Beauty of Pakistan is one most important gift to the country. Tourists from all over the world visit Pakistan to enjoy Natural Beauty of Pakistan .

 

 

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