HISTORY OF PAKISTAN

Beautiful places in Pakistan


An awesome view of Gilgit in Pakistan


A gorgeous view of falaksair in Pakistan


A great road view of islamabad in Pakistan


Beautiful Wallpaper in Gilgat Pakistan


Kaghan Naran lake in Pakistan


Karomber Lake In Pakistan


Murree tourist places in Pakistan




Swat Valley in Pakistan


The most awesome building (sky scraper) in islamabad


National Anthem(Qaumi Tarana), Pakistani Culture

Pakistani national Anthem was composed by musician Ahmen G. Chhagla in 38 different tones, and its playing time is 1:20 minutes approximately. 
The national anthem was written by famous poet hafeez jalendary in 1952, which was selected from 723 competing songs and the prize money was Rs. 10,000 at this time. 
Pakistan’s national anthem is written in Persian language and it has only a single word "ka" in its "national language" Urdu. 
Singers were Ahmad Rushdi, Shamim Bano, Kokab Jehan, Rasheeda Begum, Najam Ara, Naseema Shaheen, Zwar Hussain, Akhtar Abbas, Gulam Dastgir, Anwar Zaheer and Akhtar Wassi. The national song was first released on radio Pakistan on Aug 13th, 1954. 
The first color film with flag and anthem was produced on January 19th, 1955 in USA.


Pakistan: Crossroads of Asia

The modern state of Pakistan was established In 1947, but the region that it encompasses a history that dates back more than five million and overlaps with that of modern India, Iran, and Afghanistan. The region is the crossroads of the ancient trade routes. The rich, diverse heritage permeates every aspect of life. Pakistan is full of the most beautiful sites. History is everywhere in Pakistan. You can explore the historical sites of Mohenjo-Daro,  Harappa, Taxila-seats of the ancient Indus Valley.

Highlights of Pakistan:
There are three major cities of Pakistan.
·    Lahore famous for its Mughal architecture
·    Twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi
Islamabad
Pakistan's green capital. It was built in the 1960s to replace Karachi as Pakistan's capital. Located on the potohar plateau near the medulla pass in North West of the country.

Places of interest:
Rose and jasmine garden, Pakistan’s Museum of natural history, Faisal mosque, Daman-e-Koh, murghzar Mini Zoo and children's Park.

Muree - 'Queen of hills'
Muree, known as the Queen of Hills is an hour drive northeast of Islamabad. The hills are offshoots of the Himalayan range of mountains. It was built during the British Raj, for officials to escape from the summer heat of the Punjab.

Places of interest:
Patriata, Patriata Ridge, Mall road, is great attractions.

Lahore
Lahore has been the capital of Punjab for nearly 1,000 years. Besides being the Mughal show-window. Lahore is the cultural, cadmic and an intellectual Centre of Pakistan.

Places of interest:
 Wagah border, Badshahi, mosque, Shalimar Gardens, Lahore Museum.

Karachi
Commercial capital on the Arabian Sea. Karachi, The city in Pakistan, was originally a small fishing settlement.

Places of interest:
Wazir Mansion, Clifton,Quaid-e-Azam's Museum.

Peshawar
Frontier city, the name means 'city of the frontier', is the capital of Pakistan's North-west Frontier? Province. For, centuries the main route for Invaders from the west, the city has been fought over, Captured and recaptured for more than 2,000 years.

Places of interest:
 Peshawar Museum, Sethi house, Khyber Gate, Peshawar  fort.

TRIMMU BARRAGE

INTRODUCTION:

This Head Works were Opened by Cellency Sir Henry Duffield Cralk  K.C.S.I..I.C.S with Governor of the Punjab in 2nd April 1939.This Barrage is Located at the point of Jehlem & Chanab rivers, and it was Constructed in year of 1937 to 1939.The cost of all Project was 53.00 million Pakistani rupees.

Details by construction:

It was designed for Capacity of 6,45,000 Cu-secs, and total length of barrage is 3025 Feet. 
No of all Gates Weir Potion are 37, and Bay length of Main Weir is 60 Feet as well as No of Left Under Sluice Portion are 5, and No of Right Under Sluice Portion are 6. 
Therefore "SAY" length of Under Sluice are 30 Feet, and Crest Level of Main Weir is 477.50 next Crest Level of Under Sluice is 472.00, finally Maximum Pond Level 493.00.


OFF TAKING CANALS:


These are 3 Canals, so first of all Haveli Main Line Discharge is 5130 Cu-secs, secondly Trimmu Sidhnai Link Canal Discharge is 11000 Cu-secs, last not least Canal is Rang Pur which has 2710 cu-secs discharge.

Detail of Canals Haveli Main Line:


No of Bays=5, Width of Each bays=24', F.S Depth=12' Tail R.D 218000, Crest R.L=481.00, Bed Level 477.00, F.S. Discharge=5178, Bed-width= 10=200175=12=200=1552=115


Detail of Canals Trimmu Sidhnai:


No of Bays=10, Width of Each bays=24', F.S Depth=12' Tail R.D 219000, Crest R.L=481.00, Bed Level 479.16, F.S. Discharge=11000, Bed-width= 280


Flood Data Details Of Trimmu Barrage since it was made.