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The positive side of Pakistan

by Steven Brown

One of the few nations in Asia’s center, Pakistan, has distinguished itself in a variety of sectors, including sports, the arts, and science. Even though it is still in development. Pakistan has more performances and accomplishments than any other developed country. Here are some of the most kind-hearted facts about Pakistan that you ought to be aware of.
⦁ Manufacturer of the biggest hand-sewed footballs.
⦁ 2nd Largest Salt Mines
⦁ World’s largest deep-sea port
⦁ Home of the world’s highest polo ground
⦁ 2nd highest mountain K2

Manufacture of the biggest hand made Footballs
In the days of British colonial control, people grew dissatisfied with the delays in receiving their football orders and began doing repairs locally for the numerous damaged balls.
This led to the establishment of a prosperous sports industry in the city of Sialkot, which produces 40 to 60 million footballs annually. Accounting for 50 to 70% of all footballs produced worldwide. There are more than 200 football factories in Sialkot.
The joy is doubled for football lovers in Pakistan. The biggest football event of the year is taking place right now. Pakistani-made footballs will be utilized in the competition. Even those Pakistanis who do not enjoy watching football take pride in the latter. That has changed thanks to the Adidas Telstar 18, the FIFA World Cup 2018’s official match ball. Each month, Forward Sports, a manufacturer of sporting goods based in Sialkot, Pakistan, manufactures 700,000 balls for well-known companies all over the world. Forward Sports’ footballs have been used in several international competitions, including the UEFA Champions League. The official match ball for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, the Adidas Brazuca, was likewise created by forwarding Sports.
Second Largest Salt Mins

The Khewra Mines in Pakistan, which produce 325,000 tonnes of salt annually, is the second-largest salt mines in the world. The second-largest mammoth salt mine in the world, the Khewra mines were discovered by King Alexander’s army when their horses began to lick the salt while their soldiers slept. This amazing discovery included a unique mosque constructed inside the mines and the second-largest salt mine in the world. A significant tourist destination, the mines get 250,000 visitors annually.
According to experienced guide Abid Hussain, who has worked in the mines since 1985, “almost one million visitors visit the mine yearly.” There is only a 200 rupee admission charge.

Previously, salt was harvested from the mine in three shifts throughout the day, but owing to a manpower shortage, it is now only possible to do so in two morning and evening sessions, according to Hussain. The salt, which is often consumed by humans and animals, is also sold to other nations including Korea, Japan, and Malaysia.
World’s largest deep-sea Port

Due to its favorable position among other countries and its participation with China on the CPEC project, which will enable the Gwadar port in the Balochistan region to become one of the world’s top deep seaports, Pakistan has a significant advantage.
By providing access across the Strait of Hormuz, the Gawadar port will serve as a crucial port for trade between western China and nearby countries without access to the sea for international trade.
Home of the World’s highest Polo Ground

The world’s highest polo field, which is located in Pakistan, is 3700 meters above sea level. The sport of polo was invented by Balti Price Ali Sher Khan.
The local teams compete in the Shandur Polo Tournament Festival, which has been going on since 1936. Visitors from other countries come to enjoy the diverse performances of dance, celebration, and folk music.
Historical Background
The Balti Raja of Skardu, Ali Sher Khan Anchan, who constructed the Shandur polo field, is credited with establishing polo in Shandur. However, the British occupants who made it feasible to construct the polo pitch are to blame for the beginning of Polo in Shandur. According to legend, Niat Qabool Hayat Kakakhel was commissioned by UK Administrator for Northern Areas Evelyn Hey Cobb in 1935 to build a high-quality polo field in Shandur. He enlisted the aid of the populace to build a polo field. Later, this polo field was given the name “Mas Junali.” The Khowar language is where the term “Mass Junali” originates. Mas signifies the moon, while Junali indicates the polo field.
Cobb wanted to thank Kakakhail for his assistance because of his creativity and efficiency, but Kakakhail refused to accept any payment. Instead, Kakakhail urged Cobb to bring fish to replenish the nearby waterways for the benefit of everyone. Cobb sent live fish, which he had ordered from England, into the Ghizer River. The Directorate of Fisheries was founded and hundreds of people were engaged as a result of this service. Currently, the fish in Hundarap Lake weigh 24 KG, while the fish in Baha Lake Khukush Nallah weigh 40 KG.
Second highest mountain K2

Pakistan country is home to the famous 2nd highest mountain peak Godwin Austin or K2 being part of the great Himalayas mountains or Karakoram mountain range which goes all the way to China and touches India too. The world’s third-highest mountain Tirich Mir is also found in the Hindu Kush range of Pakistan. Therefore, making Pakistan country home to three world’s highest mountain ranges comprising Hindukush, Karakoram, and the Himalayas mountain range, makes it an attractive destination for adventurous mountaineers and tourists interested in winter sports.

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