You don’t look out there for God, something in the sky, you look in you.
The village life in Pakistan has its own beauty of charm; it is comprised of so rich and wonderful traditions and values. Of course the outer cut of the village life is that it is simple and people are conservative but still they have their own individuality which makes them so beautiful to be notices.
Most of the villages In Pakistan from whatever province they belong mostly the culture, values and traditions are same but still every village has its own distinctive life style. In some villages in Pakistan the only profession of the people is farming and later they sell them for cash. There are some other villages where people do painting, pottery or some other home based work of art is made .They have the beauty of their own and when in any festivals people gather from the villages of all the provinces the differences between them and the feeling of affiliation towards each other is clearly visible,
The greatness lies in the fact that this book is accessible to kids, and adults alike. It is a very general, but informative approach to things, that we often wondered about, as well as other things that we probably should have wondered about For example, I’m quite well adept at the astronomical sciences, and I knew 99% of the stuff that is in this book pertaining to that field, but what I found fascinating was the topicality, it precisely describes mysterious phenomenon that one would learn about (albeit in greater detail of course) in an astronomy course, but the conclusions of many researches are present in this book. Anyways I give it five stars. For adults this could serve at least as a good review about how things work, and for kids, it could be the propelling agent that encourages to understand their world, and universe in greater detail. Most recommended
Chowkandi tombs were built for Jokhio & Baloch tribes, from 15th to 18th Century A.D. Chowkandi means 4 Corners.Tombs are rectangle in shape, generally 2&half feet wide, 5-8 feet long and 4-14 feet high. Geometric designs covering on tombs are extraordinary & delicasy of carving gives impression of wood carving. Same desings can be seen in textile, wood, jewellary in Sind province.
Handwashing with soap is the “vaccine” that prevents infections. Here is why: Human feces are the main source of diarrheal pathogens. They are the source of shigellosis, typhoid, cholera, all other common endemic gastro-enteric infections and some respiratory infections such as influenza and pneumonia. A single gram of human feces can contain 10 million viruses and one million bacteria.
These pathogens are passed from an infected host to a new one via various routes but all of these illnesses emanate from feces. Removing excreta and cleaning hands with soap after contact with fecal material –from using the toilet or cleaning a child – prevents the transmission of the bacteria, viruses and protozoa that cause diarrheal diseases.
Other measures (food handling, water purification, and fly control) have an impact on these diseases as well, but sanitation and handwashing provide the necessary protection against fecal contact. They start by creating initial barriers to fecal pathogens from reaching the domestic environment. Handwashing with soap stops the transmission of disease agents and so can significantly reduce diarrhea and respiratory infections, and may impact skin and eye infections.
Research shows that children living in households exposed to handwashing promotion and soap had half the diarrheal rates of children living in control neighborhoods. Because handwashing can prevent the transmission of a variety of pathogens, it may be more effective than any single vaccine. Promoted on a wide enough scale, handwashing with soap can be thought of as a “do-it-yourself” vaccine. Ingraining the habit of handwashing could save more lives than any single vaccine or medical intervention.