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Breaking stereotypes and documenting daily life in Pakistan.
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Mavi Mosque built in 2012, is a Replica of Blue Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey.
Turkish architects have designed and finished it according to old historical theme of the original mosque.
Photo by @hasanzee
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A boy poses proudly in front of his camels, but it’s not just him, I wonder if the camels posed as well recognising the camera.
Photo by @rollingstone16
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Winter mornings and life of Nomads.
Photo by @umaimaumi
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“Reel On Hai - a public outreach project by Karachi Biennale in 2017 featured this reel made by Bina Ali and Maha Ahsan Rahim, titled 256, at the Pakistan Institute of Labour Education & Research (PILER).
The reel pays homage to the 256 workers who lost their lives in the deadly Baldia Factory fire in 2012. The accident is still one of the biggest industrial catastrophes of Karachi.”
Text & Photo by @aheadfullofcurls
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#3picturesfromindia | Rashid Ahmed, a 5 year old rohingya refugee in Delhi, India.

#3picturesfromindia is an initiative to spread love and create a connection between Pakistan & India through photography.

Photo by @meharbandazz

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#3picturesfromindia | Unusual yet common scenes at ghats in India.

#3picturesfromindia is an initiative to spread love and create a connection between Pakistan & India through photography.

Photo by @shivangshekharsingh

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#3picturesfromindia | Brotherhood

#3picturesfromindia is an initiative to spread love and create a connection between Pakistan & India through photography.

Photo by @bombayiger

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People warming themselves around fire in Mansehra district, Pakistan.
Photo by @adnanali.official
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Abdur Rehman was born in 1929 and lives in Colingernath, an old village that is now a part of Islamabad. “Our boys went off across the water to fight in the world war for the English. Three of them died. It was a big thing for the village. The British never made a hospital or pharmacy for us. 70 years later we still don’t have those facilities. First the muslims were killed and now look at us. Muslims are killing each other in this country. Photo by @sarafarid (Text: @sophiasaifi, @cnn)
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Men dressed up in traditional Mughal attire at Lahore fort. Photo by @nim_ra
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Sardaro Dham, a hindu temple in Karoonjhar mountains of Nagarparkar, Sindh, Pakisan.
Photo by @guddupakistani
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Murree was founded in 1851 as a sanatorium for British troops. The permanent town of Murree was constructed in 1853 and the church was sanctified shortly thereafter. One main road was established, commonly referred to even in modern times, as the mall. Murree was the summer headquarters of the colonial Punjab Government until 1876 when it was moved to Shimla.
During colonial era access to commercial establishments was restricted for non-Europeans including the Lawrence College. In 1901, the population of the town was officially 1,844, although if summer visitors had been included this could have been as high as 10,000.
Since the Independence of Pakistan in 1947, Murree has retained its position as a popular hill station, noted for its pleasant summers and snowy winters.
Text & Photo @_the.lost.soul
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