Pakistan Cities

Every person has an emotional bond with a certain place, whether it is a favourite city or your home town. This can be multi-dimensional and cannot be explained simply through a cause and effect relationship. Instead, it depends on personal experiences, life milestones, and occurrences of personal growth, rather than more hard-edged economic factors. People experience stronger attachments to places that they can identify with or otherwise feel proud to be a part of.

Memories of places and individual preferences for specific places both change over time. Adults tend to focus on the emotions, meanings, and contextual implications of feelings in association with places. Children, however, focus on physical aspects of environments and what can be performed in various environments. Consequently, childhood memories of places are typically oriented around heavily emotional, intense, or euphoric events. Nevertheless, East or West home is the best.

Pride of Pakistan aggregates information about places from various sources and combines them to provide you with a first impression. The purpose is to combine these resources and provide people with an idea of what Pakistan is truly like.

If you would like us to add your city or village, or tell us how to improve this website please contact us on info@prideofpakistan.com.

Do you know Gilgit is a major tourist destination in northern Pakistan?

Gilgit city is a major tourist destination in northern Pakistan, which is located in a small valley near the confluence of the Gilgit River and Hunza River. It is the capital city of the Gilgit-Baltistan province of Pakistan an...


Do you know Mirpur is also known as 'Little England'

Mirpur, one of the largest cities of Azad Kashmir is situated only a few miles away from the main Peshawar to Lahore Grand Trunk road via Dina, district Jhelum. The building of the new city in late 1960s paved the way for New M...


Do you know Bahawalnagar was originally known as Rojhanwali?

Bahawalnagar city is situated in the south east region in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The town of Bahawalnagar is the headquarters of the district and tehsil as well. Old name of Bahawalnagar was Rojanwali / Ubbha. It was ...


Do you know once Attock was named Campbellpur?

Attock city is located in Pothohar Plateau of the northern part of the Punjab Province of Pakistan and is the capital of the district. The district was created in April 1904 by the merging tehsils of nearby districts. Today the...


Do you know Taxila had one of the earliest universities in the world?

Considered to be a centre of learning and to have one of the earliest universities in the world, Taxila is an ancient city and important archaeological site. Its ruins were first excavated by John Marshall, who worked at Taxila...


Do you know when the towns of Jhang and Maghiana became one city?

Jhang Maghiana, a city consisting of twin towns is the principle city of Jhang District in Sargodha Division of Punjab Province, Pakistan. It is situated just east of the Chenab River. Maghiana lies on the edge of the highlands...


Do you know Dina is also called gate of Kashmir?

Dina is an emerging trading city, which has developed into a modern town in time, in the Jhelum District of the Punjab province of Pakistan. Known also as gate of Kashmir, Dina is about 200 kilometres northwest of Lahore, and a...


Do you know Kamoke is also known as the city of rice?

Kamoke is a bustling town located on Grand Trunk Road (GT Road) 44Kms from north of Lahore and 30Kms from Gujranwala with a population of 190,000. The city is the capital of Kamoke Tehsil which is an administrative subdivision ...