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Transcript of Pakistan
Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh (three now independent countries) used to be one country called Bar e Sagheer Pak o Hind
In 1906, it was established by an All Indian Muslim League that Muslim rights were neglected and under represented so they pushed for a "Northwestern India for Indian Muslims."
In the late 1930s, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, known as the father of the nation, adopted the "Two Nation Theory."
In 1947, his theory became a reality giving birth to the new nation called Pakistan.
- Arable Land: 26.02% - Permanent Crops: 1.05%
- Other: 72.93%
The three major cities in Pakistan are:
- Karachi - Lahore - Faisalabad
- Pollution: Improper Waste Disposal
- Natural Disasters: Subject to frequent,
severe earthquakes, severe flooding, and
Population: 182, 490,721 (2012 estimate)
*Sixth most populated country in the world
Density: 226.6 per square kilometer
Climate - Summer: 100 °F Winter: 39 °F
*The highest temperatures can exceed 117 °F
Official Language: Urdu and English
Currency: Rupees Motto:
Fashion: Shalwar Kameez
Popular Sport: Cricket
Khan, Fazle Karim. A Geography of Pakistan: Environment, People, and Economy. Karachi: Oxford University Press, 1991. Print.
Jaffrelot, Christophe. A History of Pakistan and Its Origins. London: Anthem Press, 2002. Print.
Population: 2 million (2012)
Islamabad is the 9th most populated city in Pakistan.
It covers an area of approximately 906 square kilometers
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Middle East Country Project
Pakistan is located in Southern Asia, bordering the Arabian Sea, between India on the east and Iran and Afghanistan on the west, and China in the North.
Pakistan is situated in both the northern and eastern hemisphere.
It covers an area of 796,095 square kilometers, almost twice the size of California.
"Land of the Pure"
Mazar e Qaid