Author: Zarak Khan
Pakistan is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. The Northern and upper landscape of the country has on many occasions been compared with mesmerizing places as Switzerland. CN TRAVELLER in its report also mentioned Pakistan as number 1 best holiday destinations for 2020. This alone speaks volume about the beauty as well as hospitality of Pakistan. These are the comments that the country is receiving for what is out in the open for everyone to see.
Hidden Secrets in Pakistan
What many people are unaware about are the hidden Wonders of Pakistan. There are many historical, extremely interesting and soothing sights that can be found in many different parts of Pakistan when contemplated by the visitors. Some of these places have historical values and some are so spellbinding that you’ll want to jump inside this screen that you’re reading about them. So without further ado you’ll now be given a quick visit to all of them. The rest, you’ll have to reach out to see for yourself!
First we’ll start from Shehr-e-Roghan
Known as the city of Spirits/Jinns. This is an infamous archaeological site in Baluchistan. The history of these caves is unclear but they cover a huge area and would be a treat to your sight. It is said to be haunted by the demons that haunted Solomon devour the flesh of people. The truth? That you’ll have to visit and find out for yourself!
Second is Pir Chattal Noorani Gandhawa
This spectacular oasis which has a very demeaning secret to it. It is said that it contains two feet long fish inside it which can cause dreadful pain and result in an awful scenario of death if harmed. So hey, just don’t tick em off and you can enjoy the lush sight. It’s like they say, no harm no foul.
Third would be The Shri Katas Raj temples
These are located in the Potohar plateau in the Punjab Province. It is also known as Qila Katas. Killer huh? Bet you didn’t know about these. Well it’s because it’s an ancient site and all the temples are around a sacred pond named Katas.
Fourth in line is the Kusak Fort
The Fort was built in the 11th Century by the famous Raja Jodh. It lies along the Jhangar valley which have a board installed that says “Highway to Heaven”. This actually refers to Kusak Village where the fort can also be found.
Fifth is Makli Hill
This is an abandoned cemetery located on the suburbs of Thatta. This place has a huge number of graves and contains about 50,000 to 1 Million graves. These accumulated over a time period of 400 years. Surely a place to visit that covers over 10 kilometers of land.
Last but not the least Mohenjo Daro
It is located in the province of Sindh. This place was built by ancient Indus Valley Civilization around the time of 2500 BCE. It is also designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site.