Vlog#1 – A Week in City of Lights ✨✨
Finally, I got some spare sometime in this busy schedule (by schedule I don’t mean making YouTube videos rather I’m talking about my job). So I spent a complete week in city of lights i.e. Karachi.
In this video, I’ll talking about my visit of different places of Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. I’m sure you’ll love my this visit of the City of Lights of the Land of Pure People.
A lot of efforts have been put in this video, so it deserves a BIG LIKE.
Karachi is the capital of the Pakistani province of Sindh. It is the largest city in Pakistan, and seventh largest city proper in the world. Ranked as a beta-global city, the city is Pakistan’s premier industrial and financial center.
Vlog#2 – Dargah Fatehpur Sharif | Chinkara (Deer) Breeding Farm | Gandawah & Jhal Magsi Visit
In this Vlog of mine, I’m going to explore the Jhal Magsi District of Balochistan. First, we’ll visit the Dargah Fatehpur Shrine, then will go to Gandawah Tehsil of Jhal Magsi, then will move to Jhal Magsi Areas. We’ll specially visit the Chinkara Breeding Farm at Jhal Magsi.
Vlog#3 – Peer Ghaib 🌴🌴 The Hidden Paradise of Waterfalls and Palms🌴🌴
Pir Ghaib Waterfalls are waterfalls situated in the Bolan Valley, 70 kilometers (43 mi) from Quetta, in Balochistan, Pakistan. Here a waterfall cascades down rocky mountain side making its way through many streams and ponds among the shady palm trees.
Pir Ghaib History – Legend relates that Pir Ghaib and his sister, the venerable Bibi Nani, arrived here to convert the local heathens in the early days of Islam. But the fire worshipers sent an army after the pious pair.
In the gorge of the Bolan, the siblings split; Bibi Nani went down the gorge (her purported tomb is under a bridge about 15 km downstream) while her brother fled into this arid landscape with the army in hot pursuit. At the head of the gorge, seeing that he was blocked by the rock wall, the saint prayed to almighty to be rescued.
As is the wont of the Lord of all saints, He cleaved the rock to receive the holy man. And so he was known as Pir Ghaib – The Invisible Saint. Local Hindus worship Pir Ghaib as Mahadev.
But, long before the Bolan gorge had rung with Vedic hymns or invocations of the Pir Ghaib, travelers and traders from the Indus Valley would have stopped at this spring sacred to their own gods on the first leg of their long journey to Mesopotamian marts.
As the vedic God Shivaderives from an earlier Indus Valley deity, and as the 5000 year old goddess Nania evolves into Bibi Nani or Durga, so too did the Pir Ghaib develop from an early Indus Valley god. But until the Indus script is understood we will not know which from this pantheon was celebrated for walking into rock walls. _ Wikipedia