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 who established Jalalpur Jattan?

Jalalpur Jattan is a city in District Gujrat in the Punjab province of Pakistan and is about 20 km away from Kashmir. Jalalpur Jattan Tehsil is a subdivision of Gujrat District. On 20 November 2016 Jalalpur Jattan was notified ...


Do you know Gujar Khan is also referred to as the 'Land of the Shaheeds'?

Gujar Khan is a city in Rawalpindi District in Punjab province, Pakistan. It is approximately 55 kilometres southeast of Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan and 220 km to the north west of Lahore, capital of Punjab. It is bounde...


Do you know Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb also visited Kunjah?

Kunjah is a town located in Gujrat District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. Aside from the local government and a regional police station, a police post is in the centre of the Kunjah city. The national government is repres...


Do you know former Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh was born in Chakwal?

Chakwal is the capital and main city of Chakwal District located in the Dhanni region of the Pothohar in northern Punjab, Pakistan. The district is bordered by Khushab to its south, Rawalpindi to its north east, Jhelum to its e...


Do you know in which year Lalamusa railway junction was constructed?

Lalamusa is a small city of district Gujrat in Punjab province, Pakistan and is situated on the Grand Trunk Road (GT Road). The distance from Lalamusa to Lahore is 139 kilometers and to Rawalpindi is 143 Kilometers.  The n...


Do you know in which year Rawalpindi cantonment was established?

Rawalpindi city commonly known as Pindi is located in northern most part of Punjab, Pakistan. It is the fourth-largest city in Pakistan by population, while the larger Islamabad Rawalpindi metropolitan area is the country's...


Do you know any reason Kharian is famous for?

Kharian is famous for two reasons: Having the world's second largest army base (cantonment) and for its overseas citizens who have roots in greater Kharian, and have invested in the area. Overseas Pakistanis, although criti...


What do you know about village Amra Kalan

Amra Kalan is a village and union council of Gujrat District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kharian Tehsil. Amra Kalan was named after its first settler Amar Khan in the 16th century. Before the creation of ...