Posted on October 21, 2008
Filed Under >Adil Najam, Photo of the Day, Travel
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24 responses to “Picture of the Day: Fall Foliage”

  1. Hunzai says:

    Its good to know Hunza is appreciated by Pakistani’s. Ironically most people I have met in England/America seem to know more about Hunzai than Pakistani’s.

    And in reference to the comment about mullahs in Hunza below, I would just like to say, Hunza is a highly secular community, people here are Ismalie, we have the highest literacy late in all of Pakistan- something again Pakistani’s do not know. The Mullah region that you hear of in the news is usually the Baltistan or the NWFP area, which Hunza is not part of. In fact Hunzai’s are not considered to be citizens of Pakistan in the constitution of Pakistan, we cannot vote, nor do we pay taxes but ironically ( like most things in Pakistan), I like many Hunzai’s hold Pakistani passports. Something I am sure most people in Pakistan are unaware of.

  2. Atif says:

    Fall in Pakistan…
    ^Zard Patton ka ban jo mera des hai
    Dard ki anjuman jo mera des hai

  3. But places in Pakistan should need to be care of

  4. Saad says:

    Islamabad also looks stunning during the fall season. It’s a pity that Islooites have never paid attention to this phenomenon.