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Religious tourism in Pakistan  Pakistan officially known as the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. It is an Asian country, a neighbor to Afghanistan, Iran, and China. It is the seventh largest Muslim power in the world and possesses an advanced nuclear weapon. As for the economy, it ranks today the twenty-sixth in the worl,d and it won its independence in 1947. Perhaps what distinguishes Pakistan is the spices

Religious tourism in Pakistan

Part of the culture of this ancient country

 Agriculture estimated at about 26% of the total land. It has natural forests, animal and agricultural wealth, and it has "black gold", coal, mineral wealth and heavy industries, which made it the focus of attention of international companies, as external exports are provided annually to them (800 Million dollars)

The best destination for religious tourism in Pakistan

The most important cities in Pakistan

The city of Islamabad

Lahore city

The city of Multan

Karachi city

Peshawar

City of Hyderabad

Tourism in Islamabad

King Faisal Mosque, King Faisal Mosque, Islamabad

Also known as the Shah Faisal Mosque, it is one of the most important buildings in Pakistan due to its unique engineering design. The mosque follows a modern design in the form of a huge Arab tent, and is completely free of the traditional domes that are characteristic of all mosques around the world,

 and the mosque is one of the largest mosques in Asia. Built in 1987 in the style of contemporary Islamic architecture, and he supervised its Turkish architectural design and construction, she called Dalukai, and the mosque is in honor of the late Saudi King Faisal bin Abdulaziz, in appreciation of his visit to Pakistan in 1966. The mosque took ten years to complete, and its external yard accommodates about 300,000 worshipers

Taxila Museum, Taxila Museum

Taxila Museum is located in the archaeological area of Taxila, which has a Buddhist history. The museum displays a group of important holdings that date back to the Buddhist era, specifically the Kushan period, as Taxila district is characterized by many coins and silver and bronze artifacts that were used mainly in the rituals of Buddhist temples, and the remains of the Temple of Friez that remain to this day can also be seen

Tourism in Multan


Multan is located in the south of Punjab province, as it overlooks the Chenab River. The city reflects a unique historical and cultural diversity, as Multan is one of the oldest and most ancient Pakistani cities at all, and it includes many monuments dating back to ancient times

Multan characterized by the abundance of distinctive buildings in it, as the architectural character of this city was influenced by the Sikh and English rule periods, in addition to the Mughal eras, before it and ending with the Islamic era, and therefore the city reflects a unique diversity in its architectural character

 As for the cultural repertoire, Multan is one of the most important cities of cultural history in Pakistan, as it called the City of the Saints due to its unique cultural history

Both modern and popular markets found in Multan, so this quiet city is a major tourist destination for many people

Tourism in Karachi

Karachi considered by many Pakistanis the most important city in Pakistan, as it represents a historical and cultural value that reflects its distinguished role in the development of civilization in Pakistan over the ages. The city know as the city of Al-Dibal during the eras of the Islamic Caliphate, and it was the target of many Islamic conquest campaigns in the past

Karachi is located in the Sindh province

 And it is the capital of this region that holds great commercial importance to Pakistan. Karachi is also a major center for factories, companies and investment conglomerates, in addition to being one of the most important ports on the coast of the Arabian Sea

Karachi was the capital of Pakistan in the past, which gave it great commercial importance, as it has the largest proportion of the population, as well as many huge commercial markets, technical factories and various universities

Among the most important tourist places in Karachi Tobi Mosque, Sadr District,Clifton Beaches, and the downtown area

Tourism in Peshawar

The city of Peshawar is the capital of the Khyber region, which carries a symbolic value represented in its rich history, as many rulers of the ancient Gadara civilization succeeded in its rule, and the geographical nature of the region in general

 And the city of Peshawar in particular, gave it a tourist importance through its multiple heights that the ancients used to build Many castles and forts that have survived to this day. Besides, the city includes a collection of ancient mosques, museums and parks

Tourism in Hyderabad

Hyderabad is the second most important city in the Sindh province after Karachi and it also located on the Indus River. The city clearly affected by the civilizations that followed the Sindh region

and this is evident through the ancient buildings castles, forts, and mosques. The city’s organizers also created many museums parks and gardens that helped revitalize tourism in the city

Statistics of various religions in Pakistan

Islam (the state religion) (96.03%)

Hinduism (1.85%)

Christianity (1.59%)

Ahmadiyya Qadianiyyah (0.22%)

Other religions (0.07%)

Islam in Pakistan

The date of the emergence of Islam in Pakistan goes back to the 14th of August in 1947, which is the date of Pakistan's independence and separation from India, as Pakistan was established under the banner of Islam

Muhammad Ali Jinnah is the founder of Pakistan and he is one of the most influential people in the Islamic world, as he was the leader of the Muslim League of India from 1913 until the independence of Pakistan and then as the first ruler of Pakistan until his death

Where the leadership of the Muslim League, religious scholars and Muhammad Ali Jinnah defined their vision of Pakistan as an Islamic state

After Pakistan's first general elections, the 1973 constitution established by an elected parliament. The constitution declared Pakistan an Islamic republic and Islam as the state religion

 He also stated that all laws must drow up in accordance with the commandments of Islam as mentioned in the Qur’an and Sunnah

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