Pakistan’s national flag was adopted during a meeting of the Constituent Assembly on August 11, 1947 just three days before the Independence. It was later retained by the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. The flag has a white star and crescent on a dark green field, with a vertical white stripe at the hoist side. The flag was designed by Amiruddin Kidwai, and is based on the All-India Muslim League flag. (For more details see Wikipedia: Flag of Pakistan).
This Post is dedicated to the Pakistani flag and its lovers. Here you will see a vast collection of photos where people from all walks of life are proudly displaying Pakistani Flag.
Pakistani Flag Lovers : An Athlete with Artificial Legs Displaying a Pakistani Flag. This is the most inspiring picture in this Post.
Pakistani Flag at Kishangarh Fort in India during 1965 Indo-Pak War
Pakistani Flag for Second Session of United Nations General Assembly (26 September 1947). United Nations guards display flag of Pakistan which was flown with flags of other Member States of the United Nations after Pakistan’s admittance at the 90th plenary meeting of the second regular session of the United Nations General Assembly on 26 September 1947 in New York.
New Pakistan Flag Being Raised in London in 1947. Muslims living in London raising the new Pakistan flag to celebrate the gaining of independence of Pakistan.
Muslim League National Guards with Pakistani Flag at Delhi Railway Station, August 9, 1947 . This is one of the 30 Special Trains leaving New Delhi Railway Station for Karachi with the staff of the Pakistan government. Photo by Keystone Features/Getty Images.
Pakistani Flag made from Vegetables at Bajaur. A picture says a thousand word ! This proud patriotic vegetable seller at Khar Bajaur tribal Agency made a Pakistani flag from his vegetables. We must salute to this brave tribal man of Bajaur.
A Child Looks at Pakistani Flag with Respect
Pakistani Flag painted on the wall of University of Gujrat, City Campus
Pakistan Army Paratroopers with Pakistani Flag
Pakistani Mountaineer Nazir Sabir Holding Pakistani Flag on Mount Everest, May 17, 2000. Nazir Sabir is the first Pakistani mountaineer who has climbed Mount Everest, the world’s highest peak. He climbed Everest on May 17, 2000 as a team member on the Mountain Madness Everest Expedition led by Christine Boskoff from USA that also included the Everest famed Peter Habeler of Austria and eight Canadians.
People Celebrate Independence Day on 14 August 2011 at Seaview Beach Karachi. Photo by Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images.
Students With a Large Pakistani Flag on Independence Day at Karachi University
Iss Parcham Kay Saye Talay Hum Aik Hain. As this page is all about Pakistani flags, this inspiring video is most appropriate. It is an ISPR production with joint efforts of its director Naeem Jan, SD Rabbani and Irfan Aziz.
An Army Officer Salutes Pakistan Flag on 14 August
A Woman Displays Pakistan’s Flag at Pakistan Festival in London, 28 July 2007
A Brand New Car Painted With Pakistani Flag and Pakistan Zindabad
A Car Painted with Pakistani Flag Speeding on a Highway
Pakistani Flag on a Hand-pulled Cart at Quetta. Just look at the radiant face of this labourer and the spirit with which he is participating in Independence Day celebrations by hoisting Pakistani flag on his push cart.
A boy at Paradise Point Karachi is Pointing Towards His Shirt Which has a Pakistani Flag
A Soldier Holding Pakistan Flag in Snow-covered Siachin Area
A Soldier with Machine Gun under the Pakistani Flag
A Soldier Guarding a Border Post Under a Waving Pakistani Flag
Another Pakistani Soldier with a Large Pakistani Flag
Three Soldiers standing near a big Pakistani Flag
Pakistan Flag Lover: A Little Boy Kissing Pakistani Flag
Baba Mehar Din Waving Pakistani Flag at Bab-e-Azadi Gate, Wagha Border, Lahore. Photo by Jalal Hameed Bhatti. Baba Mehar Din, who died on October 21, 2012 at the age of 90 years, was a prominent figure at Wagha Border retreat ceremony. He was always dressed in a green shirt and white Dhoti, matching with the colour of Pakistani flag. A star and crescent and a slogan ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ were stitched over his shirt. He used to wave the Pakistani flag and shout ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogan till the formal start of retreat ceremony. He had been doing it at Bab-e-Azadi gate, Wagha border for more than 40 years simply for the love of his country. The visitors will surely miss Baba Mehar Din. Read a heart touching article about Baba Mehar Din………….
Another Photo of Baba Mehar Din at Wagha Border, Lahore. Photo by Jalal Hameed Bhatti.
Chacha Cricket, Pakistani Cricket Mascot. Chaudhry Abdul Jalil (Born on October 08, 1949), known as Chacha Cricket (Uncle Cricket), is a famous Pakistani cricket mascot. He is regularly seen at cricket matches played by Pakistan. He has a white beard, wears green shalwar qameez and a white cap decorated with a star and crescent. He always holds a Pakistani flag and initiates many crowd slogans.
His second name is Chacha Zaheer. In the 1980s, Jalil used to work in Abu Dhabi. He gained popularity by regularly attending cricket matches held in Sharjah wearing a green dress with a white star and crescent on it. He later resigned from his job and followed the Pakistan cricket team around the world on a full-time basis. When he became popular, the Pakistan Cricket Board sponsored him to travel around the world following the Pakistan cricket team.
Chacha Cricket Waving Pakistani Flag in Front of PCB Office at Qaddafi Stadium, Lahore
Long Live Pakistan
A Swimmer Raising a Pakistani Flag
A Pakistan Lover
A Very Tall Bicycle and Display of Pakistani Flags
A Man Waving a Very Large Pakistani Flag
Pakistani Flag on a Hill, Dera Bugti, Balochistan
Pakistani Flag Painted on a Girl’s Hand
Pakistani Flag is Being Painted on a Little Girl’s Cheek
Pakistani Flag Painted on a Boy’s Body
Pakistani Flag Made with Rice and Peas. A Pakistan lover made a Pakistani flag in a dish with rice and peas. Long Live Pakistan! Pakistan Zindabad!
Children Decorating Their Bicycle with Pakistani Flags
Fighter Plane With Pakistani Flag
A Child Drawing Pakistani Flag
Children Saluting Pakistani Flag at Khuzdar, Balochistan
She too is a Fan
Another Pakistani Fan
Yet Another Fan
Proud Pakistanis with a Large Flag
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