The Lahore resolution which was presented on 23rd March, 1940 by Muslim League, has an extreme level of importance in the freedom movement of the country.
Presented at the Minto Park in Lahore, the resolution was signed by all the Founding Fathers of Pakistan and was passed on 23 March during the annual session of Muslim League.
When I first told my Mum that I planned to travel to Pakistan as part of my hitchhiking adventure across The Middle East, she was somewhat skeptical.
She was probably wondering “for what reason would you travel to Pakistan?
I have explored over seventy countries and I can safely say that Pakistan is the most diverse and beautiful country I have ever visited.
There are plenty of unclimbed peaks just waiting to be conquered by a worthy adventurer…It’s true that Pakistan does sometimes get hit by terrorist attacks (there was two whilst I was there) but, right now, every country in the world seems to be fair game and you are no safer sitting at home.
The name Pakistan was made by combining to separate words “Pak” meaning Pious and “Stan” meaning Homeland.
The Muslims living in Pakistan celebrate this important day with a lot of enthusiasm and rejoice their happiness with friends and families.
invited me to visit his family in a small village in the mountains, I stayed for almost a week – hiking on the nearby glaciers and playing cricket with Rehman’s kids.
I’ve been lucky enough to make many friends on my travels but the friendships I forged in Pakistan were some of the most genuine I have ever made; the people simply cannot do enough for you.