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A line of porters waits around at Karachi train station. #everydaypakistan #everydayeverywhere

Photo @usmanahmad.iam
A woman walks past painted Brazilian and Pakistani flags, on top of which is a poster of some of the footballing stars in the current Brazil squad. #lyari #everydaypakistan #everydayeverywhere

Photo @mystapaki
Grand Mosque Allahabad is a mosque located in the town of Kandiaro, Naushahro Feroze District of Sindh the province of Pakistan.It is located on National Highway 415 kilometres from Karachi. Allahabad Mosque premises, houses an education system up till Islamic University level, the mosque will have the Capacity of 10,000 people after its completion.The mosque consists of 101 domes. The main dome is at a height of 115 feet , the second dome 78 feet, and the remaining 99 domes are 26 feet, with one symbolic minaret at 120 feet indicating unity of Allah. #everydaypakistan #everydayeverywhere

Photo @adillakho
A man making dua in the sahn (courtyard) of Dargah Sarwar Nooh in Hala, Matiari, Sindh. Makhdoom Lutufullah commonly known as Makhdoom Sarwar Nooh (1500-1590) was a great saint and scholar of Suhurwardia order of Sindh. He was the first to translate Quran-e-Pak (a holy book of Allah) into Persian language. #everydaypakistan #everydayeverywhere

Photo @naveedqamarvisuals
Children feeding pigeons at Istanbul Chowk in Lahore, Pakistan. #lahore #everydaypakistan #everydayeverywhere

Photo @kehkishanrizwan
Faisal Edhi eats breakfast with his son in his father Abdul Sattar Edhi's bedroom. Mr Edhi was Pakistan's iconic humanitarian who dedicated his life to make others live a better one. #edhi #everydaypakistan #everydayeverywhere

Photo @sarafarid / @nytimes
A couple sits for a portrait in Cholistan, Pakistan. #cholistan #everydaypakistan #everydayeverywhere

Photo @irfan_turi_photography
Damdama village near Naran valley is situated along side the kunhar river. The houses are coloured in the shades of green. #naran #everydaypakistan #everydayeverywhere

Photo @muneebvohra.photography
Photo by @_the.lost.soul
With its landmark architecture symbolizing centuries of grandeur, the Derawar Fort is a standout attraction in the Cholistan desert. The Derawar Fort was first built in the 9th century under the kingship of Rai Jajja Bhati, a Hindu Rajput from Jaisalmir in India's Rajasthan state. However, it was the Nawab of Bahawalpur, Sadeq Mohammad Khan I, who captured the fort in 1733 and had it rebuilt to how it looks today. 30-metre-high bastions surround the fort, along with walls that span over 1.5 kilometres. In the scorching summer of the Cholistan desert, the fort's red-bricked facade seems to glow with the heat and is visible for miles. #derawarfort #everydaypakistan #everydayeverywhere
A man sharing his food with an astray dog in Lahore, Pakistan. Photo by @moaxcym
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Kuwait has a population of 4.2 million people, 1.3 million are Kuwaitis and 2.9 million are expatriates. Expatriates account for 70% of the population.

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Shanzay Noor 11-years-old at the union council office in Bahawalpur district, on December 26, 2018. Birth Registration, a fundamental right of all children, and a basic function of all governments, is legal proof of a child's existence and identity. Pakistan has a birth registration rate of only 33.6 percent. To improve this, UNICEF in coordination with Local Government and Community Development Department, launched 'Upscaling Universal Birth Registration' in seven districts of Punjab. Photo by @saiynabashirphoto / @unicefsouthasia
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