Pakistan’s Everyday Life in Pictures: How It Really is
Today we are going to share Pakistan’s Everyday Life in pictures. It is interesting to look at the ordinary life of people in other countries. Especially if these countries are geographically located very far. For example, the inhabitants of Pakistan. The Islamic Republic of Pakistan is the sixth most populous country in the world and the second largest Muslim population, after Indonesia. Pakistani Armed Forces rank seventh in number. In addition, this country has nuclear weapons. Pakistan is often featured in the news due to military conflicts with India. The main reason is the disputed territory of Kashmir. Since 1947, four major wars, dozens of incidents and border conflicts have occurred between these countries.
Pakistan’s Everyday Life in Pictures
It is a shame not to have a son in this Muslim country. And therefore, families in which only girls have the right to raise some of the daughters as a boy. She is given a boyish name, her hair is cut short, and she is dressed in men’s clothes and endowed with all men’s privileges and freedoms. True, when girls grow up they have to become a woman and get married. Pakistan attracts tourists with monuments of ancient civilizations because there are really a lot of them. In addition, in the country, there is the second highest mountain in the world K2 is in Chogori. But earlier tourists with a stamp of Israel in the passport could not see all this. Now there is no such problem since Israel issues coupons for crossing the border instead of marks in the passport.
A large percentage of men (31%) and women (55%) are illiterate. There are two official languages in the country, Urdu and English, in fact, almost no one speaks English, but they know different local dialects. The most popular drink among residents of the country is strong black tea with milk, but alcohol is strictly prohibited. How does the population of Pakistan live? We present to your attention a selection of photos from this country.