Badaltay rung.

trendygoat:

lets play “did that childhood memory actually happen or did i just dream it”

(Source: trivialblog, via proudpakistani)

humansofpakistan:

Naran, Pakistan
"It’s getting late ""For what?""I’m the driver of that bus i need to reach Rawalpindi before it gets dark."

humansofpakistan:

Naran, Pakistan

"It’s getting late "
"For what?"
"I’m the driver of that bus i need to reach Rawalpindi before it gets dark."

(Source: humansofpakistan)

humansofpakistan:

Islamabad, Pakistan Met IrfanUllah in Jinnah Super a day before general elections 2013. He told me: 
"I will go to Charsadda to cast my vote" 
2013 general election had the highest voters turnout since 1970 and 1977.HOP team member: Afarzov

humansofpakistan:

Islamabad, Pakistan 

Met IrfanUllah in Jinnah Super a day before general elections 2013. He told me: 

"I will go to Charsadda to cast my vote" 

2013 general election had the highest voters turnout since 1970 and 1977.

HOP team member: Afarzov

(Source: humansofpakistan)

humansofpakistan:

Karachi, Pakistan "What is you saddest memory from your childhood?""My saddest memory would be of loosing loved ones, I am haunted by the memories."HOP founder member: Mehlum

humansofpakistan:

Karachi, Pakistan 

"What is you saddest memory from your childhood?"
"My saddest memory would be of loosing loved ones, I am haunted by the memories."

HOP founder member: Mehlum

(Source: humansofpakistan)

If you’re in the UK, ask your MP to show support for Palestine on Monday through their vote in the HoP.

http://t.co/cRpqTZCPZX

Please do try to spread the word in any way or form.

Hardly takes a minute or two.

humansofpakistan:

Islamabad, Pakistan. I was in the slums of Islamabad regarding my final project, and during my research I came across this young girl who was leaving for home from school. Her mouth spoke no words but her facial expressions told a beautiful story!Photograph by : Sher Ali

humansofpakistan:

Islamabad, Pakistan. 

I was in the slums of Islamabad regarding my final project, and during my research I came across this young girl who was leaving for home from school. Her mouth spoke no words but her facial expressions told a beautiful story!

Photograph by : Sher Ali

(Source: humansofpakistan)

I am knackered and i don’t mind sleeping a hundred years. :|

humansofpakistan:

Kharian Cantt, Pakistan
"What was the happiest moment of your life?"
"When I got married"
"Why?"
"In my small world that was the happiest I ever will be"Photographer: Muhammad Bin Masood
 

humansofpakistan:

Kharian Cantt, Pakistan

"What was the happiest moment of your life?"

"When I got married"

"Why?"

"In my small world that was the happiest I ever will be"

Photographer: Muhammad Bin Masood

 


(Source: humansofpakistan)

humansofpakistan:

Rawalpindi, Pakistan"I am the head of my band. We are getting ready to perform in a wedding, I am waiting for others." "What is your biggest wish?""When we see big weddings we always wish to provide same happiness to our kids, but seems a bit hard due to the price hikes."Photograph By: Hasan Naqvi

humansofpakistan:

Rawalpindi, Pakistan
"I am the head of my band. We are getting ready to perform in a wedding, I am waiting for others." 
"What is your biggest wish?"
"When we see big weddings we always wish to provide same happiness to our kids, but seems a bit hard due to the price hikes."

Photograph By: Hasan Naqvi

(Source: humansofpakistan)

So i met this girl, who’s nepalese, lived in Brunei and now studying here.
She loves Bollywood.

Talk about cultural integration. 💁