In Nature’s Cradle

Nature is a proof that Allah is the greatest artist of all time.


This is a photo of ‘Mangla Dam’. Isn’t is marvelous? The design, the detailing, it is all too…what is that word…breathtaking! Yes, that’s it! It is quite breathtaking! Isn’t it?

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When I first saw it, I was stunned. Gazing at all of this in awe, taking it all in. It is a beautiful place, no doubt.

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The ‘Mangla Dam’ is said to be one of the largest earth-fill lake in the world. ‘Mangla Dam’ and the surrounding areas present a beautiful landscape to visitors. One should visit this place, at least once.

Boating facility is also available at the lake. We took the big boat, the one with the limit of 10 people. The ride was amazing. Though I wish, we could have gone faster. 😉 Faster is always better on rides like these. 🙂

If you get a chance, do visit this beautiful place, take photos and enjoy the beautiful landscape.


Harappa Excavations, Ruins and Remains

I had an exciting chance to go on a family trip to Harappa. I think, it has almost been a year. It was both fun and educational. Though, I don’t remember much of the ‘educational part’ ;). Mostly, because I was concentrating on capturing moments and snapping pictures of the place that I was hardly able to focus on the guide’s words. Sorry!

Although, all that information was pretty interesting, I just don’t remember the details that clearly. But I do remember one thing, I had a memorable time with my family (that included my mother & brother, my two tai ammas, my cousins and my three darling little nieces).

Here are several photos of the area.


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(Ref. to the picture above) I wanted to have our picture taken here, and we decided, we will, but on our way back. Sadly, on our way back, the spot was taken. 

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This place might look like a barren place, it was kind of. But the trip was not barren at all. It was an exciting experience. I just love family trips. Don’t you?

Destination does not matter. As long as one is with their loved ones, and living the moment, what they got to complain?