Way of Life in Pakistan

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Way of Life in Pakistan

[gtranslate] I live in a country where you can find thousand and hundreds of different colours of life Pakistan has the world’s most beautiful places to visit, specially at its best in the northern areas of Pakistan & Kashmir regions. This part of the country is famous all around the world because of sky high mountains, lush green valleys, mighty rivers, beautiful lakes & amazing wildlife. life is valued here and we believe it shouldn’t be taken for granted, we are free to pray, we are free to worship what else we can need we can read Quran anywhere in our home, we can offer prayer in our houses simply and it’s a very happy atmosphere.

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Pakistani women are compassionate, and brave warriors.

The Pakistani women, from compassionate mothers to brave warriors. Many scholars believe that a healthy society is dependent on its mothers, those who are our first teachers and without them, a family cannot truly exist.

In this essay, I am not just looking at the rule of mothers in my country, but women in general. Some of whom might be mothers, and some may not. I live in Pakistan, a country located in the middle east, and many historians believe that it is the oldest sovereign country on the planet. Pakistan is a multi-cultural country with a remarkably diverse set of traditions and cultural values, the majority and minorities and all other sub-cultures has their own traditions and unique socio-cultural aspects. Speaking of which, one feature that prevalent in all the Pakistani sub-cultures, is the value and highly respected stature
of women in society.

Throughout its long history, Pakistan has owed a considerable share of its progress and achievements to women. The Rural female was responsible for most of the agricultural output in many provinces, while the ladies in towns and cities are always known as respectable and hardworking mothers, teachers and medics.

Aside from ordinary aspects of life, ladies of Pakistan have also been very active in politics, society and even military, which according to history, they have always tried to grab a sword and defend their country against invaders in case of war and are widely known as symbols of decency, pride and loyalty.

Pakistani mothers and women are innovating the way forward.

 In 1978, this first-ever First Lady of Pakistan was awarded the United Nations Human Rights Award, in 1950 she had won the Jane Adaam’s Medal (named after pioneer American in women’s suffrage and world peace), Begum Ra’ana was then bestowed Holland’s reputable Grand Cross of Orange Nassau Award in 1961 by the then Dutch Queen Juliana, she had then bagged the International Gamble Award and $5,000 in 1962 while she was serving as country’s ambassador to Italy, she was chosen as the Woman of the World in 1965 by the Turkish Women’s Association and was the recipient of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic or the Cavalier did Grin Croce Award (Italy’s highest ranking honour) in 1966.

Where as  as women in countries like Arab and many Islamic countries  are still deprived of such essential and intrinsic rights. Sister of quaid e azam mohammad Ali jinnah is the one of most powerful example of women empowerment and women as a diamond who worked hard with smiling faces Admittedly, there have been many cases where the Pakistani female have been subject to gender discrimination, which is typical of many Islamic regimes, nonetheless they always tried to fight their way to freedom and currently enjoy high levels of education, where according to the statistics, the number of female students are three times higher than their male peers.

Christian women pray during an Easter service at St Anthony’s Church in Lahore, Pakistan, Sunday, March 27, 2016. Christians across the world are celebrating Easter, commemorating the day followers believe Jesus was resurrected in Jerusalem over 2,000 years ago. (AP Photo/K.M. Chaudary)

Life in Pakistan would not be where it is today – without the devoted women.

They are also essential to a multitude of industries including tourism, healthcare, education, media, textile, agriculture etc. By way of conclusion, I cannot imagine where would we be without our devoted and industrious women, who make our lives amazing and make the world a better place to be.

I can say I am blessed by the presence of many amazing female in my life, my mother who is great house wife for her 8 Children’s which is really aspiring for us girls (new generation) to be kind and generous My sister ,  these are the real worthy women who is a true example of a benevolent, compassionate and knowledgeable woman, the girl I love and hundreds of other valuable and unique women and girls that I have had the chance to meet, talk and live with.

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