Peace and friendship with India-I&II.

Following are the quotes by Quaid-e-Azam He wanted to Unite entire Pakistan and if He would’ve been alive He would Make us unite in the same way our ancestors did but now we need to do it ownself so lets make a change in our own places

Peace and friendship with India-I

I sincerely hope that they(relations between India and Pakistan) will be friendly and cordial.We have a great deal to do….. And think that we can be of use to each other (and to) the world.

Press conference, New Delhi, 14 July 1947

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India And Pakistan
Confrontation between India and Pakistan

Peace and friendship with India-II

First and foremost both dominions must make all-out efforts to restore peace and maintain law and order in their respective States_ that is fundamental. I have repeatedly said that; now that the division of India has been brought about by solemn agreement between the true Dominions. We should bury the past and resolve that, despite all that has happened, we shall remain friends. There are many things which we need from each other in diverse ways, morally, materially and political and thereby race. The prestige and status of both Dominions but before we can make any progress: it is absolutely essential that peace must be restored and law and order maintenance in both the dominions.

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Quaid in Assembly

Quotes by Quaid-e-Azam


Quaid reading Dawn newspaper
Quaid-e-Azam reading Dawn newspaper

You will no doubt agree with me that the first duty of a government is to maintain law and order, so that the life, property, and religious beliefs of its subjects are fully protected by the State.…if we want to make this great State of Pakistan happy and prosperous we should wholly and solely concentrate on the well-being of the people, and especially of the masses and the poor.

Address, Constituent Assembly of Pakistan,
Karachi, 11 August 1946


The Government can only have for its aim one objective – how to serve the people, how to devise ways and means for their welfare, for their betterment. What other objects can the Government have…..?

Address, Public Meeting, Dacca, 21 March 1947

Look after the Poor

It is your sacred duty to look after the Poor 😢 and help them.I would never have gone through the toil and suffering for the last 10 years had i not felt our sacred duty towards them we must secure for them better 🙌 living conditions 😉.It should not be our policy to make the Rich richer, but that also doesn’t mean that we want to uproot things.We can quite consistently give all their due share.

Black-marketing a Crime.


Black marketing is the illegal trade of goods and services with the intention to evade the lawful requirements of such trade. Two such common tactics used are to increase the price beyond the controlled price or lower the price below the normal to evade taxation issues.

A citizen who does black-marketing commits, I think, a greater crime… These black – marketers are really knowing, intelligent and ordinarily responsible people, and when they indulge in black marketing, I think they ought to be very severely punished because they undermine the entire system of control and regulation of ….essential commodities, and cause….starvation and want and even death.

Address, Constituent Assembly of Pakistan, Karachi, 11 August 1947

Message to Pakistanis

Pakistan is not simply a piece of Land its supposed to be land of peace and harmony where people can live according to the teachings of Quran and Sunnah not the whispers of Jinnat.

This website is created to let everyone know what’s the real culture of Pakistan supposed to be and why should we love are country whole heartedly

Read more: Early Problems of Pakistan

Pakistan is our land it was not simply bought many lives fouh

National Holidays in Pakistan

Pakistan holidays are celebrated according to the Islamic or Gregorian calendars for religious and civil purposes, respectively. Religious festivals like Eid are celebrated according to the Islamic Calander whereas other national holidays like international labour day, Pakistan day, and Quaid-i-Azam Day are celebrated according to theGregirian Calender.

Holidays in Pakistan

DateEnglish NameLocal NameRemarks
5 Februaryیوم یکجحتی کشمیرYoum-e-Yekjehty-e-KashmirProtest against Indian administration inJammu and Kashmir.
23 MarchPakistan dayیوم پاکستانYoum-e-PakistanCommemorates the Lahore Resoulation, which formally demanded an independent Muslim-majority state to be created out of the British Indian Empire; the republic was also declared on this day in 1956.A parade is also held on this day to display weapons.
1 MayLabour Dayیوم مزدورYoum-e-MazdoorCelebrates the achievements of workers
14 AugustIndependant Dayیوم آزادیYoum-e-AzadiMarking Pakistani independence from the United Kindom ,formation of Pakistan by partition of India in 1947
9 NovemberIqbal Dayیوم اقبالYoum-e-IqbalBirthday of national poet Muhammad Iqbal
25 DecemberBirthday of Quaid- azamیوم ولادت قائداعظمYoum-e-Viladat-e-Quaid-e-AzamBirthday of  Muhammad Ali Jinnah founder of Pakistan
Holidays of the (Luner Islamic Calender)
Duhal Hajj10th-12thEidulAdhaعید الاضحٰیMarks the end of the Hajj  pilgrimage; sacrifices offered on this day commemorate Abrihim Willingness to sacrifice his son
Shawwal1st-3rdEidulfitarعيد الفطرMarks the end of the fasting month of Ramadhan
Rabiuawal 12Birth and Death of Holly Prophetعيد ميلاد النبیBirthday of the Islamic prophet Muhammad
Muharram9th & 10thAshuraعاشوراء/یوم کربلاMarks the day Prophet Musa crossed the Red Sea with the Bani Isra’eel; Karbala Day for Shias to the mourn for the martyred Imam Hussan ibna Ali
1MuharramNew Islamic YearFirst day of the Islamic Clander.
12RabiulawalEid-e-Milād-un-NabīBirthday of the Prophet Muhammad
27RajabMiraj-un-NabiMuhammad’s night journey
27RamadanLaylat al-QadrThe night when first verses of Quran were received by Muhammad
30/31RamadanChaand RaatThe last night of Ramadan celebrated on 29th or 30th depending on when the new moon is sighted
1ShawalEid ul FitrThe celebration at the end of the fasting month (Ramadan)
10Dhu al-HijjahEid al-AdhaThe celebration of Abraham‘s sacrifice

23-26FebruaryPakistan Flower ShowFlower Show at Karachi
February–MarchJashn-e-BaharaanThe celebrations with the start of Spring season
23MarchPakistan DayRepublic Day and to commemorate the Lahore Resolution
28MayYoum-e-TakbirCelebrated in commemoration of the first Nuclear test
14AugustIndependence DayCelebrated to commemorate the day when Pakistan gained Independence in 1947
6SeptemberDefence DayCelebrated in memory of those who were killed in the Indo-Pak war of 1965
7SeptemberAir Force DayCelebrated to commend the role of Pakistan Air Force in the 1965 war with India
8SeptemberNavy DayCelebrated to commend the role of Pakistan Navy in the 1965 war with India
9NovemberIqbal DayBirthday of Muhammad Iqbal
25DecemberQuaid-e-Azam DayBirthday of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

While addressing to people of Dhaka.

On 21st March 1948, Quaid-e-Azam addressed the people of Dhaka and he said:

“What we want is not to talk about Bengali,Punjabi,Sindhi,Balochi,Pathan and so on ……wWe are nothing but Pakistani now it is our duty to act like Pakistani.”

Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad ali Jinnah

Besides it, he announced that;

Minorities would be given a complete sense of security and that they would even enjoy equal rights. This is the fundamental teachings of Islam.

If the Minorities would not have given the complete sense of security how will they celebrate 14 august with us like shown in image above….

State Bank of Pakistan.

On 1st July 1948 Quaid-e-Azam inaugurated the State Bank of Pakistan on this occasion he said:

The economic system of the West has created almost insoluble problems for humanity. It has failed to do justice between man and man. We must present to the world the economic system based on the true Islamic Concept of equality and Manhood and Social Justice“.

State Bank Library
While addressing to people
opening ceremony held by Quaid

Background of Pakistan resolution

The Muslims wanted to secure themselves against the domination of Hindus. The Hindu parties were making demand for Ram Raj. Hinduism was constantly trying to merge Islam into it like other issues. If the United subcontinent had got freedom, it would have been a permanent form of Hindu authorities because modern democratic system believes in majority government 😡. It was must to get rid of the dominance of the Hindus and it was possible only if the subcontinent was divided.

Inspite of presence of the British rule, the blood of Muslims was shed mercilessly in sectarian riots

The Muslims were given less status in society. They could not lead a dignified and graceful life in Hindu society that believes in caste system, color and creed and the Hindus could never agree to give the Muslims equal social status.

In the second half of 19th century and during the beginning of 20th century, the Hindus continued their attempts to wipe out the language, culture, and civilization of the Muslims, it seemed clear that if India got freedom as a single country, the culture, Civilization and the language of the Muslims would always be in danger.

The Muslims wanted to establish a state in the name of Islam, where they could lead their individual as well as collective lives freely in accordance with the principles laid by Islam.

In different periods, different visionaries gave the sign about the partition of the sub-continent, but Allama Muhammad Iqbal, while presiding over the Annual Session of all India Muslim League at Allahabad in 1930 presented declared plan in a forceful and argumentative manner. Chaudhry Rehmat Ali prepared a pamphlet “now and never” and distributed among the participants of the third Round Table Conference being held in London.

Sindh Muslim League passed a resolution in favor of partition.

In 1940 Quaid-e-Azam got the resolution of Pakistan passed and formed it as the demand of Millat.