پاکستان کا سیاحتی سفر

An account of my first Pakistan tour visiting beautiful places in Pakistan during August, 2019

میرا سفرِ حج

This is my first Urdu Blog in which I have summarized my Hajj (Pilgrimage) experience from last year while I went through the Pakistan Government Hajj Scheme. This blog contains a number of spiritual experiences throughout our journey. At one place splendid arrangements by Pakistan and Saudi Governments are mentioned. At other place, number of issues face by Pakistani Pilgrims due to Mismanagement of Pakistani Hajj Mission and associated people has also been highlighted. I request readers to forward these issues to people in power who could do something for common betterment. A number of lessons learnt have also been shared for potential Hajj Candidates. Prayers requested from all readers.

“Conventional society and free Social Media”

Neither everything is meant to be shared nor everyone deserve to know everything about you…Specially your personal life!!! We human beings live among various social circles. The closest blood relationships with parents, our siblings then relatives, neighbors and acquaintances, class fellows and work fellows as well. As a matter of fact, our behavior/attitude within each … Continue reading “Conventional society and free Social Media”

Pakistan Visit, 2017 

                                                          From diaries of an expat After living about Nine years abroad, I recently finished yet another annual visit to Pakistan and as usual it left many impressions. Meeting a Stranger, route to Karachi I landed in Lahore from Doha and right away my next destination was Sargodha. In Daewoo Bus, a man sitting next … Continue reading Pakistan Visit, 2017 

“TIP” that sinks the Ship! #55

"Despite of doing justice with work &caring for quality of service,often certain workers solely work for fetching extra money from clients"…  There is trend in Qatar for giving away amounts of money to people involved with low paid jobs like taxi drivers,waiters, cleaners and barbers etc at the end of receiving their service. Usually these people do not ask their clients; they … Continue reading “TIP” that sinks the Ship! #55