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SOPS GUIDELINES FOR EID UL AZHA

SOPS GUIDELINES FOR EID UL AZHA

EID UL AZHA Eid ul Azha falls on the 10th day of Zil-Haj. Eid ul Azha, also known as the Feast of Sacrifice, is one of two Eid festivals celebrated by Muslims to commemorate Prophet Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his son to God. Traditionally marked by the slaughter of animals, whose meat is shared with family members and the poor. The faithful slaughter their sacrificial animals in remembrance...

World’s Largest and Highest Cable Car in Kumrat Valley

World’s Largest and Highest Cable Car in Kumrat Valley

PESHAWAR: Cable car to connect Kumrat Valley to Chitral The government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has decided to install a 14 kilometer long cable car, which will connect the picturesque town of Kumrat  🏔  in the Upper Dir with the Madaklasht area in Chitral, for an estimated cost of 32 billion rupees. The meeting gave the green light to the department to carry out the detailed feasibility study and...

Tourism Industry in Pakistan; Naran Tourism Projects

Premier Imran Khan Inaugurate Naran Tourism Projects Zone. The Tourism Industry in Pakistan; Naran Tourism Projects NARAN 🏔 : Prime Minister Imran Khan during his visit to Naran said they were planning to develop a tourist area to promote the country's tourist resorts, as well as highlight the effective use of social media to promote the sector. Speaking to the media during his visit to Naran🗻...

Malam Jabba Reopens For Tourists

MINGORA: Malam Jabba resort, which was closed due to an increase in cases of Covid-19, is re-opened for tourists now after a gap of two and half months. Hundreds of tourists thronged to the picturesque valley to enjoy its beauty and pleasant climate. “Prime Minister Imran Khan wants to promote tourism across the country. Following the prime minister's vision, the KP government is cracking down on...

Pakistan’s Religious Tourism: Top Sites To Explore

Pakistan’s Religious Tourism: Top Sites To Explore

The Punjab Department of Archeology and Tourism (TAD) has announced that it will begin work to revive and promote religious tourism in Pakistan. To this end, a comprehensive plan was presented to restore 11 religious sites, sacred to various religions. The announcement of such a plan is nothing new to the incumbent government, as its tourism policies focus primarily on socio-economic improvement, as well...

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