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  • Islamabad Capital

    Islamabad Capital Territory is a small region and also the capital of Pakistan. It is located in the north of Punjab and south of North-West Frontier Province.

    Islamabad is a city built to be the capital of Pakistan. It lies against the surroundings of the Margalla Hills at the northern end of Pothowar Plateau. It was established in 1960 by the orders of then President General Ayub Khan.
    The capital is full of natural terraces and meadows and the southern plain drained by the Kurang River with the Margalla Hills in the north east.
    Area and population

    The city is divided into eight basic zones:
    • Administrative
    • Diplomatic Enclave
    • Residential Areas
    • Educational Sectors
    • Industrial Sectors
    • Commercial Areas
    • Rural Areas and
    • Green Areas


    It offers a healthy climate, pollution free atmosphere, plenty of water and a lush green area. It is a modern and carefully planned city with wide tree-lined streets, large houses elegant public buildings and well-organised bazars/markets/shopping centres.
    The average humidity level is 55% with an average rainfall of 1150 millimeters each year. The city is quite moderate in case of its weather. The maximum average temperature is 29C and goes down to average minimum of around 14C.

    Islamabad has some of the fine educational institutes of Pakistan, including Quaid-e-Azam University, International Islamic University and National University of Science and Technology.
    Major buildings of the campus have been designed in such a way as to form an axial spine with the library in the center. Quaid-e-Azam University now occupies an enviable position in the academic world.
    Shah Faisal mosque

    The enormous Shah Faisal Mosque sits at the foot of the Margalla Hills. It represents an eight-faceted desert 'tent' supported on four giant concrete girders and surrounded by four 90-metre high concrete minuets. The central 'tent' is faced in white marble and decorated inside with mosaics and a spectacular chandelier.
    The mosque was designed by the Turkish architect Vedat Dalokay, and largely financed by donations from Saudi Arabia. About 15,000 people fit inside, with room for another 85,000 in the courtyard.
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    Re: Islamabad Capital

    thanxs for info


    • #3
      Re: Islamabad Capital

      hmm zaberdast info di hai islamabad k bare mai :thmbup: :clap:

      thanx dear:rose

      me ka islamabad :x


      • #4
        Re: Islamabad Capital

        gr8 info:)


        • #5
          Re: Islamabad Capital

          ISLAMABAD iss lia etna khubsoorat haa kion k hum wahan per rah tay hain khoobsurat loogoon k lia khubsurat city..
          :rose Sirf tum Haray Lia:rose


          • #6
            Re: Islamabad Capital

            Originally posted by Usman
            ISLAMABAD iss lia etna khubsoorat haa kion k hum wahan per rah tay hain khoobsurat loogoon k lia khubsurat city..
            ISB mai too huum rehtee haiin iss liyye khoobsorraat haii wo :donno:
            aap too RWP maai rehhte hain :tomato:


            • #7
              Re: Islamabad Capital

              Its the central room of our home .. thats why its so beautiful...per jaaney kis ki nazar lag gayee... jo Earthquack ka shikaar ho giaa...hamara PAKISTAN ...
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              • #8
                اللھم صلی علٰی محمد وعلٰی آل محمد کما صلیت علٰی ابراھیم وعلٰی آل ابراھیم انک حمید مجید۔
                اللھم بارک علٰی محمد وعلٰی آل محمد کما بارکت علٰی ابراھیم وعلٰی آل ابراھیم انک حمید مجید۔