31. “KASHMIR BANYGA PAKISTAN”
Kashmir is the most sensitive issue for the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. It is considered as a lifeline for Pakistan in many terms such as geographical, water resources, etc. Indian occupied Kashmir is also part of Azad Kashmir which functions as a separate state. As a symbolic elder brother, Pakistan helps Him to function as a successful state however, in Indian occupied Kashmir, people are suffering a lot for day to day life. People of Kashmir dreams to merge their valley with Pakistan so they will be able to live peacefully and with freedom. In contemporary wall painting, Kashmir-Pakistan’s brotherhood is been presented however, the bleeding wall of Kashmir reflects the cruel face of Indian occupied Kashmir.
The Kashmir conflict is an ongoing territorial dispute between India and Pakistan that started in 1947, after the partition of India. Both countries claim sovereignty over the region of Kashmir, which is located in the northernmost part of the Indian subcontinent. The conflict has resulted in three major wars between India and Pakistan, and has caused immense human suffering and economic losses for both countries.
The dispute over Kashmir dates back to the British colonial period, when the region was a princely state ruled by a Hindu king, but with a Muslim majority population. When India and Pakistan gained independence in 1947, the ruler of Kashmir, Maharaja Hari Singh, initially decided to remain independent. However, soon after, Pakistan invaded Kashmir, citing its Muslim majority population as a justification for its claim to the region. The Maharaja then sought India’s help, and in exchange for military assistance, he agreed to accede to India.Kashmir will become Pakistan This slogan is a very important slogan and this slogan should wake up the people through wall painting in the streets of Pindsultani village so that you too raise this voice and help the oppressed people of Kashmir and God willing the time will come when Kashmir becomes Pakistan. Under will be.
32. “SHUHADA E PINDSULTANI”
Soldiers are the assets of any nation. In the contemporary wall painting, tribute is been given to martyrs of Pindsultani. People of Pindsultani are associated with the armed forces of Pakistan. They have served and sacrifices their lives for the motherland. Shuhadas of Pindsultani along with their ranks and names are been introduced on this wall painting.
On a big wall near Pind Sultani stop in Pindsultani village, the names of the martyrs of Pind Sultani village are written, who have sacrificed for the country, they are the pride of the village and also of Pakistan. Sacrifice for the dear country is a great thing because we people are sleeping, they stand on our guarding borders and then sacrifice their lives.
33. “IS PARCHAM KY SAAY TALY HUM AIK HAIN”
Pakistan is the land of multiculturalism and ethnicity, where people from different communities live together unanimously. In the current wall mural, the message of unity is been given. “Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean (Ryunosuke Satoro).
The verse “Is Parcham Ke Saay Tale Hum Aik Hain” holds great significance as it represents the idea of national unity and solidarity. It emphasizes the importance of being united as a nation and standing together in times of need. This phrase is often used to promote unity among the people of Pakistan and to inspire them to work together towards a common goal.
In conclusion, the phrase “Is Parcham Ke Saay Tale Hum Aik Hain” is a powerful statement that represents the unity and solidarity of the Pakistani people. It serves as a reminder to all Pakistanis of the sacrifices made by their forefathers in the struggle for independence and inspires them to work together towards a better future. The verse also represents the idea of national unity, which is essential for any nation to thrive.
“Is Parcham Ke Saay Tale Hum Aik Hain” is a phrase that holds great significance and is deeply rooted in the history of Pakistan. It is a verse from the famous patriotic song “Iss Parcham Ke Saay Tale Hum Aik Hain” which means “We are united under this flag”. This song has been an integral part of Pakistan’s history and is often played at national events and gatherings.
34. “PINDSULTANI KO SARSABZ BNANY KELIYAI APNY HISSY KA DARAKHT LAGAYN”
“Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago”, (Warren Buffett). In the contemporary wall mural, there is a strong and in-depth message of kindness and social responsibility. Tree plantation is one of the greatest gifts one can ever give to the future generation. Therefore, people of the Pindsultani village are requested to play their part of tree plantation for their better and healthy future.
35. “MERY WATAN YAI AQEEDATAIN AUR PYAR TUJH PY NISAR KRDON”
In the current wall art, the map of Pakistan is been portrayed that is shining along with his complete brightness on the sky of the world which is also a symbol of progress and a successful country.
The phrase “Mere Watan Yai Aqeedatain Aur Pyar Tujh Pe Nisar Kar Doon” is not only relevant to Pakistanis but is also significant for people all over the world. It represents the idea of love and devotion towards one’s country, which is essential for the progress and development of any nation. The song encourages people to work towards the betterment of their country and to be united in their efforts.
“Mere Watan Yai Aqeedatain Aur Pyar Tujh Pe Nisar Kar Doon” is a beautiful and patriotic song that represents the love and devotion that Pakistanis have for their country. The song serves as a reminder of the sacrifices made by the people of Pakistan in the struggle for independence and encourages them to work towards the betterment of their country. The phrase is not only relevant to Pakistanis but is also significant for people all over the world, as it represents the idea of love and devotion towards one’s country, which is essential for the progress and development of any nation.
36. “MERI PEHCHAN PAKISTAN”
For a person, it is important to have an identity of his country. People of Pakistan feel proud to be known and called as a Pakistani. In the contemporary wall painting, the flag of Pakistan is portrayed along with his all shine and brightness. Moreover, love for the country and pride to have the identity of Pakistan is also been depicted in this oil painting.
Meri Pehchan Pakistan, which translates to “My Identity, Pakistan,” is a phrase that encapsulates the pride and spirit of Pakistani people in their country. It is not just a phrase, but a feeling that every Pakistani holds close to their heart. Pakistan, a country that was born out of struggle and sacrifice, has come a long way since its inception in 1947. Despite the challenges and obstacles it has faced, Pakistan has emerged as a resilient nation with a unique cultural identity.
Pakistan is a land of diverse cultures, languages, and traditions. From the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas to the vast deserts of Sindh, Pakistan is a country with breathtaking natural beauty. The people of Pakistan are warm and hospitable, and they take great pride in their cultural heritage. Pakistani cuisine is renowned around the world for its delicious flavors and spices, and Pakistani music and art have gained international acclaim.
In conclusion, Meri Pehchan Pakistan is a celebration of the rich history, diverse cultures, and resilient spirit of the Pakistani people. It is a reminder that despite the challenges and obstacles, Pakistan has a unique identity and a bright future. The people of Pakistan are working hard to build a better future for themselves and their children, and they are determined to make their country a proud and prosperous nation.
Founding father of Pakistan, Mr. Muhammad Ali Jinnah who is also known as Qaid-e-Azam (The great leader) died right after the very 1st birthday of Pakistan. Pakistan had lost His greatest leader, Mr. Qaid-e-Azam on 11th September 1948. The tomb of Qaid-e-Azam was constructed from 1960-71 in Karachi that was also known as the first capital of Pakistan. In the current wall art that is painted on the street of Pindsultani village, the tomb of Qaid-e-Azam is been painted along with the date of its construction moreover, symbols of Pakistani flags are presented. Also, wishes for the independence of Pakistan along with the date of freedom can be seen in this painting.
The Mizar-e-Qaid is also a place where people come to celebrate Pakistan’s national holidays and important events. On Pakistan’s Independence Day, which is celebrated on August 14th, the monument is decorated with thousands of lights and is a center of attraction for people from all over the country.the Mizar-e-Qaid is a monument of great historical and cultural significance. It is a symbol of the country’s struggle for independence and a reminder of the hard work and dedication of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah in achieving this goal. The monument is a must-visit for anyone visiting Karachi or Pakistan and is a true testament to the beauty and culture of this great country.
38. “YOME DIFAA-E-PAKISTAN”
6th September 1965, is one of the unforgettable and great events in the history of Pakistan. On that date, India attacked Pakistan from different borders to get control over Pakistani areas, however, in the defense of Pakistan, sons of soil had fought back and got success in that historic war where Indian soldiers ultimately drove to the borders and had not had any option except to leave Pakistani area. In the current wall painting, 6th September as defense day of Pakistan is been portrayed. National armed force award of “Nishan-e-Haider (symbol of the lion) for bravery is also been painted in this wall art.
Pakistan Defense Day is an important occasion for the people of Pakistan as it serves as a reminder of the sacrifices made by the Pakistani Armed Forces to protect the country’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. The 1965 war with India was a critical moment in Pakistan’s history, and it demonstrated the bravery and resilience of the Pakistani military in defending the country against a much larger adversary.
39. “SALAM PAKISTAN”
To be a strong country it is important for one, to have patriotism in the blood of his nation. In the contemporary wall mural, a story of a person can be witnessed who is consistently trying to protect the flag of Pakistan from threats and challenges that the country is facing. Moreover, he is saying thanks and praising Pakistan to give him the freedom and peaceful life.
Salam Pakistan is not just a phrase; it is an expression of the deep love and respect that Pakistanis have for their country. It is a way to acknowledge and appreciate the sacrifices made by those who fought for Pakistan’s independence and those who continue to work towards its progress and development.Salam Pakistan is a phrase that embodies the love, respect, and unity that the people of Pakistan have for their country. It is a powerful expression of national pride that is used to honor Pakistan’s history and culture, pay tribute to those who have sacrificed for the country, and promote positivity and optimism for the future.
40. “YAI PARCHAMONMAIN AZEEM PARCHAM”
Pakistan is one of the few countries in the world where the national flag has central consideration. In the current wall painting, love for beloved Pakistan can be seen. Moreover, the famous national song is been painted in this painting where the poet is not only praising the national flag also thanking the Almighty for this great blessing in the form of Pakistan.
The opening lines of the song, “Yai parcham hamara hai, yai chaman hamara hai, hamari hamari paasbani hai, hamari hamari raahbari hai” (“This flag is ours, this land is ours, our unity is our strength, our leadership is ours”), encapsulate the essence of the song. The song celebrates the flag of Pakistan and the nation’s shared identity, which unites people of different regions, languages, and cultures.
41. “PODON SY ZINDAGI”
Plants are a symbol of love and life. The importance of plantation for humans and other living things is the matter of life and death. Plants not only feeds us, however, but also has a significant role to breathe and stay alive. In the contemporary beautiful wall painting, the importance of plants is well described through astonishing colors and masterstrokes by the painter Fiaz. Moreover, there are the messages of generosity for others that are well explained, and its’ depiction through spreading flowers.
“Podon Sy Zindagi” or “Life through Plants” is a concept that has gained popularity in recent years as people become more aware of the benefits of plants for physical and mental well-being. The concept refers to incorporating plants into one’s daily life, whether it be through gardening, indoor plants, or spending time in nature. “Podon Sy Zindagi” is a concept that emphasizes the importance of incorporating plants into our daily lives. Whether it be through indoor plants, gardening, or spending time in nature, plants can have a positive impact on our physical and mental well-being. As we continue to navigate the challenges of modern life, taking the time to connect with nature and incorporate plants into our daily routines can help us lead healthier, happier lives.
42. “MERI SHAAN, MERA PAKISTAN”
The foundation of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan is on the principles of Islamic values. It’s the land of people from different cultures, religions, ethnicity, traditions, and ideologies however, all lives as one nation for the better future of the homeland, Pakistan. In the current wall painting, different features of Pakistan are been highlighted. The tomb of the founding father, Mr. Muhammad Ali Jinnah presents the role and importance of people of Sindh in the entire struggle for freedom of Pakistan. The famous Bab-e-Khyber reflects the significant role of brave Pakhtoons that cannot be denied or forgotten in the freedom movement for Pakistan. The famous and symbolic Minar-e-Pakistan gives us goosebumps and memorizes us the great resolution of Pakistan that had been passed at the exact location was the symbolic Minar-e-Pakistan is standing today. In this beautiful wall painting, the flag of Pakistan and the map shows the nationalism and unity of the nation. Moreover, beautiful quotes are for the encouragement of patriotism in the youth of Pakistan.