National Symbols of Pakistan

Last updated on May 16th, 2023 by Editorial Staff

Table Of Contents
  1. Introduction
  2. Country Information
  3. Coat of arms
  4. Flag map
  5. Country motto
  6. National animal
  7. National flower
  8. National bird
  9. Rest of national symbols
  10. State symbols
  11. Neighbouring countries
  12. Proverbs & sayings
  13. Compare with other countries
  14. Location

Pakistan has a fascinating history. In the Indus River Valley, one of the most ancient civilizations in the world was formed long ago. Pakistan was at the crossroads of the trade route between India, China, and ancient Rome. Pakistan is located at the intersection of South, Central, and West Asia. It is bordered by India to the East, Afghanistan to the West and North, Iran to the Southwest, and China to the Northeast.
The capital of Pakistan is Islamabad, which is now home to more than 1.2 million people.

The country code of Pakistan is +92 and the domain is .pk.

The official language of Pakistan is Urdu. At the regional level, the most commonly used languages are Punjabi, Sindhi, Pushto (Pashto), Bragui, and Baluchi.

The state religion is Islam, which is practiced by over 97% of the people of Pakistan. In addition, there are a significant number of Ahmadiyyas, Christians, and Hindus who make up about 1.5% of the total population.

The national currency of Pakistan is the rupee. The international designation is PKR. The Pakistani rupee consists of 100 paise.

There are several national symbols of Pakistan, including the official state symbols — the Lahore Resolution, flag, emblem, and anthem. The national symbols of Pakistan have been approved at various stages of Pakistan’s history, and exist according to the rules and regulations that govern their definition and use.

The founding father of the national statehood of Pakistan is Muhammad Ali Jinnah.

Nihari is a national Pakistani dish of Mughal origin. Traditionally, the food consists of meat (usually chicken or lamb) and vegetables stewed with yogurt, cream, or broth.
Pakistan Day is the national holiday of Pakistan. It has been celebrated annually since 1956, every March 23.

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Country information

Official name(s) Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Alternative name(s) Islamic Republic of Pakistan (official, English)
Regional location Southern Asia, bordering the Arabian Sea, between India on the east, Iran and Afghanistan on the west and China in the north
Country name etymology Pakistan means "Land of the Pure" in Urdu and Persian
Climate Mostly hot, dry desert; temperate in northwest; arctic in the north
Terrain Flat Indus plain in the east; mountains in the north and northwest; Balochistan plateau in the west
Population 220,892,340
National Day 14 Aug 1947
Language(s) Urdu
Religion Islam
Country code +92
Literacy rate 59.1%
Currency Pakistani Rupee
Capital city Islamabad
Domain(TLD) .pk
Ethnicity Balochs, Pashtuns, Sindhis, Saraikis, Muhajirs, and Punjabis
Head of government Prime Minister
Nationality Pakistani
Driving side Drive on the Left-hand side
Date format dd/mm/yyyy
Total area 881,913 km² (340,509 sq mi)
Timezone UTC+05:00 (PST)
Average elevation 900 m (2,953 ft)
Coastline 1,046 km
Mains electricity 230 V
Emergency telephone numbers Emergency Telephone Numbers

Coat of arms

Flag map of Pakistan

Flag map of Pakistan

Motto of Pakistan

ايمان، اتحاد، نظم Iman, Ittihad, Nazm- "Faith, unity, discipline"

National animal of Pakistan

The National animal of Pakistan is Markhor

National Animal of Pakistan - Markhor

National flower of Pakistan

The National flower of Pakistan is Jasmine. Botanical name is Jasminum.

National flower of Pakistan - Jasmine

National bird of Pakistan

The National bird of Pakistan is Chukar

National bird of Pakistan - Chukar

Rest of the National symbols of Pakistan 👇

State symbols of Pakistan

Neighbouring countries of Pakistan

Pakistani Proverbs - Popular quotes, proverbs and sayings.

A rich house makes its foolish inhabitants wise.

Don’t look down on anyone unless you are helping them up.

Money doesn’t change people, it mainly exposes them.

You can dress a monkey in a suit, but it is still a monkey.

Be yourself beautiful, and you will find the world full of beauty.

Look at a man’s deeds, not whether he is tall or short.

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