Author : A Smith | Created : 2022-08-04 09:46:00
Learn more about the context of this story as we look at the geography of Northern Pakistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Northern Region is a region in Pakistan that forms one of the four Punjab provinces. The Northern Region was an administrative division of British India and Pakistan until 1955, when it was split into North-West Frontier Province (now Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) and Federally Administered Tribal Areas. The capital of the province was Peshawar and it included the districts of Kohat, Bannu, Tank, Lakki Marwat and Dera Ismail Khan.
The name KARACHI was derived from "KHARI" which means BRAIDED HAIRS OF A HORSEMAN IN PUNJABI LANGUAGE, therefore meaning "BRAIDED HAIRS OF A HORSEMAN".
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (formerly, North-West Frontier Province or NWFP) is a province of Pakistan that is located in the northwestern region of the country. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is known as the land of the Pashtuns.
Peshawar is the capital of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province and the administrative center of the Peshawar District. The city is located in a broad Valley of Peshawar, near the eastern end of the Khyber Pass, close to the border with Afghanistan.
Peshawar has been an important place for thousands of years, as indicated by its ancient name Purushapura ("City of Men"). It was once an important Hindu and Buddhist centre until it became part of Muslim rule in 1009 AD. Later on, it became a major trading centre between Central Asia and India especially during British rule when it was known as “the gateway to Afghanistan” since all trade route between these two countries passed through here.
Nanga Bhera is a city in Naltar Valley, located in the Naltar Tehsil of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan.It is the capital of the Naltar District.
It is situated at an elevation of 1,914 metres (6,310 ft) above sea level and is one of many towns in Pakistan with a majority Shia Muslim population. The town has been described as "one of the most picturesque" locations in northern Pakistan.
Chitral is a town and capital of Chitral District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. It also serves as the capital of the Chitral Tehsil subdivision of the district.
The ancient name for the region was "Satrapal" (which means land of satraps), derived from its position in ancient times at a high altitude above sea level and surrounded by towering mountain peaks. The British explorers called it Chitral because they found many small crab apples on trees here which are locally known as "Chir-Tor" in Urdu language which translates to English as crab apple tree or apple trees that grow small apples like crab apples.
The district of Dir is one of the nine districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, with its headquarters at Dir. It is located in the north-western part of Pakistan and borders Bajaur Agency to the north, Mohmand Agency to the east, Chitral District and Afghanistan's Kunar Province to the west and Swat District to the south.
The word "Dir" means "mountain" in Pashto; however, it can also mean "lake". The region was once known as Kafiristan - Land of Infidels - due to its inhabitants being non-Muslims who did not believe in converting to Islam.Mostly Pashtun and Hindkowan speakers live here but some other ethnicities are also present there like Kati (Khattak), Kasi (Yusufzai), Tajik and Jadgali etc...
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