How to spend winter vacations!!

‏بچوں کی دسمبر کی چھٹیاں ہوچکی ہیں۔ بچے آج بہت خوش ہیں۔ چنانچہ انکی خوشیوں پر اپنی انا کا پانی مت پھیریے۔ انہیں کھیلنے دیں۔ البتہ سردی سے بچانے کا اہتمام بھی کرتے رہیں۔بچے دسمبر کی چھٹیاں کیسے گزاریں؟👈 چند تجاویز

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Christmas Day

Celebrated on December 25th every year, Christmas day is a holiday that commemorates the birth of Jesus Christ, who is the central figure of the Christianity. It is the time for Christians around the world to come together and celebrate Jesus and the message of love, peace and redemption that brings. Christmas is an annual festival

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“Quaid Day”

Quaid e Azam day is celebrated in Pakistan every year on December 25. A public holiday is announced to celebrate Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder and first Governor General of Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah was born on December 25, 1876. In Pakistan, Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s birthday is being honored. He was

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Govt of Pakistan unveils 2024 public holiday calendar

In the notification released by Cabinet Division on Wednesday, the Government of Pakistan has officially declared the public holidays for the upcoming year 2024. The list encompasses a range of festivals and events significant to both Muslims and minorities across the nation. Public Holidays: The 2024 public holiday calendar features a total of 11 days,

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76th Pakistan Independence Day (1947): August 14, 2023

Pakistan Independence Day on August 14 could be considered a double day of liberation. Muslim Indians also fought to be free of British rule and later re-armed to battle for their own nation-state, present day Pakistan — once part of the Indian subcontinent. After the British put down the Indian Rebellion of 1857, the Crown

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Labour Day

As the world industrialised in the mid to late 1800’s and early 1900’s, the dismal working conditions in many factories led to the establishment of Labour Day, also called “International Workers Day”, to demand things like an 8-hour work day, safer working conditions, and increased pay. Pakistan made Labour Day, also called May Day, an

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