Pakistani Village Photos

Photos Pakistani Villages.

Editor’s Note: Rare black & white village life photos dating back to 1890s are in the last portion of this post.

Pakistan is an agriculture based country and most of the population lives in the rural areas. People living in the villages have their own way of  life which is quite different from the city dwellers. Their life is simple, they have a cleaner pollution free environment and they eat simple, healthy and pure diet. In this segment, the real life in villages is shown through photos (Pics) . The life in rural areas and Pakistani villages is worth seeing.

A Woman Making Chappati (Roti/Phulka) in the Open

Pakistani Village Pictures: Woman making roti in the open - Photos Pakistani Villages

A Woman Preparing Lunch for Guests. Photo sent by Syed Zaheer Abbas.

Photos Pakistani Villages: A Woman Preparing Lunch for Guests - Photo of Village in Pakistan

A Typical Outdoor Kitchen in the Compound of a House in a Village

Pakistani Village Life: A typical outdoor kitchen - Photos Pakistani Villages

An Indoor Kitchen in a Pakistani Village House. Photo by Shahid Iqbal Burewala Trekkerz.

Photos Pakistani Villages: An indoor Kitchen - Pictures, Photos of Pakistani Villages

A Village House and a huge Tree

Pakistani Village Pictures: A village house and a huge tree - Photos Pakistani Villages

A Woman feeding Peacock at Mithi, Sindh

Pakistani Village Picture: Woman feeding Peacock at Mithi, Sindh - Photos Pakistani Villages

Two Women go towards a Pond to fetch Water in Thar Desert 

Photos Pakistani Villages: Women go to pond to fetch water in Thar Desert - Photo of Pakistani Village

A Typical Village House in Kundian, District Mianwali. Photo contributed by Asif Sultan Sikandar Kalyar.

Pakistani Village Picture: Typical village house in Kundian, District Mianwali - Photos Pakistani Villages


A simple Village House. Photo by Zaheer Chaudry.

Pakistani Village Pictures: A simple village house - Photos Pakistani Villages

A Typical Pakistani Village. Look at the simple mud house. Villagers life is also very simple.

Photos Pakistani Villages - A Typical Pakistani Village - Pictures of Village in Pakistan

Beautiful View of a Village in Punjab

Photos Pakistani Villages: Beautiful View of a Village in Punjab with a mud house - Village pictures

A Village House in Punjab

Pakistani Village Pictures: A village house in Punjab - Photos Pakistani Villages

A Small Canal and a Bridge

Pakistani Village Pictures: A small canal and a bridge - Photos Pakistani Villages

A Beautiful Scene of a Village in Punjab

Photos Pakistani Villages - A beautiful scene of a village in Punjab - Picture Pakistan village

A Dera & ‘Khoo’ (Well) at the Canal Bank in Sultan Pur. The village Sultan Pur is located around 30-40 km from Sargodha towards Shah Pur side. Photo captured and contributed by Syed Zaheer Abbas.

Pakistani Village Picture: A Dera & 'Khoo' (Well) at the Canal Bank - Photos Pakistani Villages

A Village House in Punjab. A typical village house in Punjab with hand pump, tractor and cattle.

Photos Pakistani Villages - Village house in Punjab with hand pump, tractor and cattle

A Gali (Street) in a Pushtoon Village in Sanjavi, BaluchistanSanjavi, surrounded by the beautiful landscape of barren mountains lies on the Loralai – Ziarat Road. Photo by y uMa|r.

Photos Pakistani Villages: A Street in a Pushtoon village in Baluchistan

A Mud Hut and a Cart in a Fruit Garden in a Village

Pakistani Village Life: Mud hut and a cart in a village fruit orchard - Photos Pakistani Villages

Wheat Crop is Ripe

 Photos of Pakistani villages - Ripe Wheat crop in Pakistan Village - Photos Pakistani Villages

Harvesting Wheat Crop in a Village. Villagers and their women folk are busy in harvesting the bumper wheat crop. They will try to immediately store or sell the wheat lest the untimely rain destroy the yield.

Photos Pakistani Villages - Wheat harvesting in a village - Pictures of Pakistani village

Stacks of Harvested Wheat CropStacks of harvested wheat crop lying in the fields.

Photos of Pakistani villages - Stacks of harvested wheat crop lying in the fields - Photos Pakistani Villages

A Villager Thrashing Rice Stalks on a Drum . Obviously the poor farmer can not afford to hire a thrasher.

Pakistani Village Life: A Villager thrashing wheat stalks on a drum - Photos Pakistani Villages

Wheat Crop with Mountains in the Background in a Village in Mianwali, Punjab

Pakistani Village Photos: Mountains and Wheat crop in foreground - Photos Pakistani Villages

Gur (Raw Sugar) Being Made from the Sugarcane Juice 

Pakistani Village Life: Making of 'Gur' (Raw sugar) from the sugarcane - Photos Pakistani Villages

Gur (Raw Sugar) Prepared from the Sugarcane Juice 

Pakistani Village Life: Gur (Raw Sugar) prepared from the sugarcane juice - Photos Pakistani Villages

A Villager is Extracting Mustard Oil (Sarson Ka Tail)

Photos Pakistani Villages: A Villager extracts Mustard Oil (sarson ka tail) - Pictures of Pakistani Villages

A Villager on a Bicycle in Sunflower Fields

Photos Pakistani Villages- A villager on bicycle in sunflower fields

A Sunflower Field and a Donkey Cart on a Dirt Road 

Pakistani Village Life: A sunflower field and a donkey cart - Photos Pakistani Villages

Two Villagers on Bicycles and a Girl with a Pitcher in Mustard Fields

Photos Pakistani Villages: Two Villagers on Bicycles and a girl with a pitcher in Mustard (Sarson) Fields

A Village Farmer in the Lush Green Vegetable Fields

Photos Pakistani Villages: A Farmer in the vegetable Fields - Pictures of Pakistani Villages

Wheat Crop: A farmer working in the wheat fields.

Pakistani Village Pictures: A farmer working in the wheat field - Photos Pakistani Villages

Sugarcane Crop. Ripe sugarcane crop in a Pakistani village.

Pakistani village Pics - Ripe sugarcane crop - Photos Pakistani Villages

Ready to be Picked Ripe Corn Crop

Pakistani Village Life : Ripe corn crop in a Pakistani Village - Photos Pakistani Villages

Tobacco Crop in Village Sehjokay, Tehsil Sambrial, District Sialkot. Photo taken on 17 May 2014 by Maj (R) Javed Arshad Khan Manj.

Photos Pakistani Villages : Tobacco crop in a village - Photos of Pakistani Villages

A Farmer is Harvesting Strawberries

Photos Pakistani Villages: Farmer ipicks ripe red strawberries - Pictures, Photos of Pakistani Villages

A Peasant With His Rich Harvest of Brinjals (Eggplant)

Photos Pakistani Villages: Peasant stands near harvest of Brinjals (Eggplant) - Pictures of Pakistani Villages

Women Working in the Fields

Photos Pakistani Villages - Women working in fields in a Pakistani village

A Village House during Rain.

Photos Pakistani Villages - A village house during rain - Pics Pakistan village

Thirsty, But Disciplined, Goats and Lambs Drinking Water

Pakistani Village Pictures: Goats drinking water from a small stream in a disciplined line - Photos Pakistani Villages

A Village House in Kohat, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province. Animals are eating fodder in the compound and clothes are strung on the washing line.

Photos Pakistani Villages : Animals and clothes on washing line in a Village house in Kohat - Pakistani Village Pictures

A Village in PunjabEvery farmer has enough live stock to cater for his family’s need and also sell the surplus milk to earn some money.

Photos Pakistani Villages - Mud houses in a Village in Punjab, Pakistan

Cattle (Live Stock) in a Typical Village in Punjab

Photos Pakistani Villages: Cattle (Live Stock) in a typical village in Punjab, Pakistan

Buffaloes in a Village

Pics of Pakistani villages - Buffaloes in a Pakistani village - Photos Pakistani Villages

A Farmer Having Lunch in the Fields

Pakistani Village Pictures: A farmer having lunch in the fields - Photos Pakistani Villages

Two Villagers Smoking Huqqa in the Fields 

Pakistani Village Life: Two Villagers smoking 'Huqqa' in the Fields - Photos Pakistani Villages

Farmers Relaxing and Smoking Huqqa

Photos Pakistani Villages: Farmers relaxing and smoking 'Huqqa' - Pictures of Pakitani Villages

An Old Man Smoking Huqqa near his Live Stock

Pakistani Village Life: An old man smoking 'Huqqa' - Photos Pakistani Villages

A Villager is Smoking Huqqa While Riding on a Bicycle

Photos Pakistani Villages: A Villager is smoking 'Huqqa' on a bicycle - Pictures of Pakitani Villages

Shepherds with Their Herd of Sheep

Photos Pakistani Villages - Two Shepherds with their herd of sheep - Pics Pakistani Villages

Village Shepherds Relaxing on Charpoys

Pakistani Village Life: Village shepherds relaxing on Charpoys - Photos Pakistani Villages

A Village Milkman with his Milk Pots and Bicycle

Photos of Pakistani Villages: A Milkman with his milk pots and bicycle - Photos Pakistani Villages

Milking a Buffalo

Photos Pakistani Villages - Villager milking a Buffalo - Pakistan village Pics

A Traditional Bricks Kiln-October 2010.  Along New Bypass Mangla. Photo by A. Ahmed Khan.

Photos Pakistani Villages - A Brick Kiln - Pics Pakistani villages

A Mud House in a Village. He owns a car too, Masha Allah.

Photos Pakistani Villages - A mud house and a car in Pakistani village

Another Village in Punjab

Photos Pakistani Villages - Cattle fed with fodder in Pakistan village

A Villager Cutting Fodder in a Toka Machine for the Animals 

Photos Pakistani Villages: A Villager cutting fodder in a Toka Machine - Pictures of Pakitani Villages

A Well in a Village. A traditional well being run by an ox with  covered eyes.

Photos Pakistani Villages - A well and blind-folded ox in Pakistan village

Another Well in a Village

Village Pics Pakistan - A well in a village - Photos Pakistani Villages

Two Villagers at a Well

Pakistani Village Life: Two villagers at a well - Photos Pakistani Villages

A Village Mosque. A small village mosque and over head clouds.

Pakistani village Pics - A Pakistani village mosque and dark clouds - Photos Pakistani Villages

A Tractor in the Fields

Photos Pakistani Villages: A tractor plowing the fields - Pakistan Village Pics

A Tractor With Sun in the Background

Photos of Pakistani villages - A tractor with sun in the background - Photos Pakistani Villages

A Tractor Carrying Fresh Fodder in a Village in Punjab

Pictures of Pakistani villages - A tractor trolly carrying fresh fodder- Photos Pakistani Villages

A Village School in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Photos Pakistani Villages - Village children studying in a school housed in a mud room - Pakistan village Pics

A Little Boy Playing ‘Gulli Danda’ in a Village. A game which doesn’t cost a penny.

Pakistani Village Life: A little boy playing Gulli Danda - Photos Pakistani Villages

Celebrations After Winning a Dog Fight Tournament 

Pakistani Village Pictures: Villagers are dancing after winning a Dog Fight Tournament -Photos Pakistani Villages

Photos Pakistani Villages: Villagers Watch a Dog Fight Tournament near village Lora, Abbottabad. Photo by Farooq Naeem/AFP/Getty Images.

Photos Pakistani Villages: Villagers watching Dog Fight Tournament near village Lora, Abbottabad

A Village ‘Swimming Pool’. They don’t need any swimming costume. They just jump into the water with their clothes on to beat the heat.

Photos Pakistani Villages - Children bathing at a Tube Well - Village pics Pakistan

Another “Swimming Pool” in a Village. Here thety are neither pushed about swimming gear nor any clothes. The kid seems to be an expert diver.

Photos Pakistani Villages - Child diving in a stream in Village - Pakistan Village Pics

Photos Pakistani Villages: A Village in Sindh Surrounded by Flood Water

Photos Pakistani Villages - A village in Sindh during flood - Pakistan village pictures


Photos Pakistani Villages - A 'Chaati' (Earthen Pitcher) for milk/butter-milk - Pakistan village Pictures

Chaati ka Makhan aur Lassi. The lassi (Buttermilk) is very nourishing and also protect the people from ill effects of heat.

Photos Pakistani Villages - Butter-milk and Butter making in village - Village Pics Pakistan

Cleaning Day by a Milkman in a Village. Who says that milkmen don’t clean their pots? This guy has thoroughly cleaned the utensils and hanged them for drying in the sun.

Photos Pakistani Villages - Cleaning of utensils in the village - Images, Pics Pakistan villages

Dish Washing in the Village House. Even pots for use in the house are cleaned properly and dried.

Photos Pakistani Villages - Utensils dried in the sun after washing - Pakistan Village pics

Photos Pakistani Villages: A Village in Punjab in 1940s 

Pakistani Village Old Pictures: A village in Punjab in 1940s - Rare Old Photos Pakistani Villages

Photos Pakistani Villages: Old Photo of a Well in a Village in Sindh, 1924. Photo by Abaraphobia.

Pakistani Village Pictures: Rare old photo of a well in Sindh, 1924 - old Photos Pakistani Villages

Photos Pakistani Villages: A Date Orchard and Houses in a village in Sindh, 1890

Pakistani Village old Pictures: A date orchard and houses in Sindh, 1890 - Rare old Photos Pakistani Villages

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Photos of Sindh
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  1. Brig Tariq Saeed says:

    A wonderful depiction of village life from all the four provinces of Pakistan. Impressive photography which has not left any corner of village beauty.

  2. Diljan Ch says:

    Lovely and heart touching pics. I love this collection. Great work!!

  3. Tajammal says:

    Love these pics. Please add more pictures.

  4. Asif Sindhu says:

    All pictures touched my heart deeply. I love these pictures and my Punjab culture. Add more photos.

  5. i love pakistan and sindh beautiful life and lovely culture

  6. M. Ashraf Khokhar says:

    Excellent photos! Spot on exposures!! I love Pakistan and its village life. I am proud to be a Pakistani.

  7. M. Ashraf Khokhar says:

    Excellent photography, spot on exposure. I love village life, proud to be a Pakistani.

  8. Kdeep Sidhu says:

    Great guys, fabulous places of Pakistani Punjab, these seem to be in fiction. By seeing these photos, I feel lot of happy. God bless you, never get it red, always collect these memories in your cameras.
    I love undivided Punjab, I have the biggest dream to see my Pardada’s, grandpa’s, father’s house in Bahawalpur. I want to see all villages of our undivided Punjab, I love those times. I heard from my grandma and aunts about those times and I weep, because I missed those times. I should have born before 1947 or kaash humare beech mein 1947 ka saal kabhi nahi aata, I wish mein agar dubara janam loon tou, Punjab aik ho, humara sanjha Punjab.

    • What a positive comment! I hope aap kay jaisa her ik insaan thinking karay.

    • Maj Tanvir Talat (retd) says:

      Well angraiz badsha was to clever to leave Punjab intact, the jats once again, like Ranjit Singh, would have captured entire sub-continent.

  9. Jameel Rahman says:

    Excellent Photos. Those individuals with village backgrounds will like them most I think. Congrats, You made my day lovely. I will keep seeing from time to time and refreshing myself.

  10. Rana Saeed says:

    I am from Gilgit Baltistan. I like villages pictures. These pictures are so beautiful and have heart teaching views.

  11. Redwan Abdulfatah Rizgalla says:

    I am from Sudan and live in an agricultural area. I like these photos because it looks like the rural life in my country – it is very nice, I like Pakistan villages and Pakistan people.

  12. Beautiful collection of wonderful photos. I am also a photographer and love to capture nature, these photos are not just presenting our culture but are also a wonderful guide for photographers.

  13. Babar Arshad says:

    I am from Punjab, Pakistan. I love desi life & rural culture.

  14. Gurtej Singh says:

    I am from India Punjab. These are so beautiful pics. I love my PAKISTANI Brothers & also Pakistan and specially Pakistani Punjab. There is same culture in Indian Punjab. I love rural & cultured life. I appreciate this Great job, keep it up. This reminds me of my old culture and old days. Its our bad luck that these two Nations are separated of ONE. I have really enjoyed these photos. It is a great job…Thanks a lot.

    • You need to seek independence from India as a Sikh state of Khalistan. Then the two Punjabis (in Pakistan and Khalistan) can be friends.

  15. Our very very very beautiful Pakistan. Alhamdulillah

  16. Faryad Malik says:

    Good pictures of old culture. I love our old Culture. I belong to Indian Punjab.

  17. Hari Choudhary says:

    Wow!!….I am form rural desert area of Jaislmer, India…same culture here.

  18. Arshad Majeed says:

    I like tehse photos. It is the beautiful Pakistan.

  19. Rana Waheed says:

    I am from Pakistan’s Punjab and I love my culture. I am proud to be a Pakistani. I love all pics.

  20. Shibu Barman says:

    Nature fills us with its vast beauty. So don’t spoil it senselessly, just enjoy it.

  21. Nice photos, appreciated, that was amazing life, wish to live that, but being an Indian, its not easy to go to Pakistan. Politicians of both country have spoiled the relation, otherwise Pakistani are also our brothers.

  22. Santosh H B says:

    These are very beautiful photos which enabled me to see village life. I feel that I am among them. It’s refreshing, thank you very much.

  23. Anas Rahman says:

    Seeing good events and pictures has the ability to force you to see your past. It shows that city life is full of miseries and hate.. love is there in in village life. I will be in village life in Junnah, In Sha Allah.

  24. Zabardast Post!! Shabash aur shukria.

  25. Nothing different from Indian village scenery. And I was really astonished by reading the name “Gulli-Danda” which is called in exactly the same and a popular sport even in our remote village in southern tip of India. Recently a Tamil film with the name Killi was released. Such a similarity of culture, tradition, sports and nature of people. May God reverse the “time machine”so that we all stayed united without hatred?

  26. Suntech Biradar says:

    Life is so pure and simple in Pakistani villages. It is the same across in India.
    Both countries would have made progress like Europe but politics, religion left our nations far behind others.

  27. Asma Khan says:

    A very informative collection of photos which show the true image of Pakistan’s village culture and we feel as real one.

  28. Ali Hassan Saroha says:

    Sadda abad rahay Punjab aur Pakistan.

  29. Sidhdarth Sharma says:

    I am an Indian, I love our nation, but … many similarities are between India and Pakistan. Nice clicks, nice photographs.

  30. Masood Amin says:

    Lovely pictures reminiscent of old days. Valuable in a life that is fast changing.

  31. Pakistani Punjab is Asli Punjab. I love it.

  32. Jaffar Makandar says:

    British divided India and Pakistan and sowed the seed of partition but still at heart the two nations are like body and soul. l love these pics very much, nothing is diffrent its all same. Masha Allah.

  33. Muhammad Ahsan Malik says:

    Salam to all … Very beautiful pics.

  34. Wasif Ali says:

    Punjab culture keeps people near to Allah.

  35. Mahnoor says:

    You just made my day… I love to see villages… You can’t imagine my craze for them… thank you so much for doing this.

  36. Abdul Sami Samad says:

    I love my culture and my old Village life.

  37. Shahid Munawar says:

    Dear Editor,
    What a remarkable job you and your team has done. You have made many people to go back to their sweet memories of lovely village life. We grew up in a pure and healthy environment and we love it.

  38. Mohan Singh Saini says:

    I love village life. Our culture in Indian Punjab is same as that in Pakistani Punjab.

  39. Poorna Chaminda Kumara Udalamatta says:

    I’m from Sri Lanka, I love Pakistan and its beautiful village life and culture.

  40. Devendra Gunawat says:

    These are very beautiful photos of villages.
    Humaray yahan Indin mein bhee villages aisay hee hain.

  41. Narayanan says:

    Hi, my Pakistani brothers,
    I am an Indian but i like these Pakistani village photos. These are really charming.

  42. Sara Ahmad Raza (Nowshara) says:

    I love my Pakistan culture and life of village and I am proud of them.

  43. I liked all Indian village picture…India was always awesome,really proud to be an Indian

  44. Ghafoor Zaman says:

    I’m from KPK…Thanks for sharing such an attractive old village picture… Very nice… I like village photos and culture.

  45. Sana Noreen says:

    Village Life…….ohhhh impressive

  46. Kishwer Sarfraz says:

    I am from rural Punjab (Potohar). These pictures are very nice and have really impressed me. They also highlight our cultrure and cultural values.

  47. Asad Hasan says:

    Nice photographs, keep up the good work!

  48. I am from Pakistan’s Punjab and I love my culture. I am proud to be a Pakistani.

  49. i love pakistan and beautiful village life and culture

  50. Muhammad Fiaz says:

    I love my Sweet Country PAKISTAN. Sohni Dharti Allah Rakhey Qadam Qadam Aabad Tujhe.

  51. Qazi Naveed says:

    I deeply love beautiful life of Pakistan villages.

  52. Rana Naveed says:

    Wonderful pictures of Pakistani villages! I love Pakistan and its village life so much. I love Eminabad.

  53. Bikram Rai says:

    These photos bring one back to the roots of our village people and natural look and feel so cool. I love village life, here is no peace in new homes and so on. Just how happy village life is, no over-heads and no money problems, every one lives so happy.

  54. Akhtar Sohail says:

    Wonderful pictures of Pakistani villages!!

  55. Wow!! Very nice Pakistani village life.

  56. Amman Shahzad says:

    I love village life.

  57. Khalid Raja says:


    1. Dhruggi Rajgan is a village in Chakwal District in the province of Punjab, Pakistan, situated beside the Chakwal-Jehlum Road. The majority of Dhruggi population comprises Chauhan Rajputs, who are believed to have lived in Dhruggi Rajgan since Prithvi Raj Chauhan, who was defeated and his family and army were arrested by Ghauri and were being taken to Afghanistan via Jhelum. Ghauri on his way back was camping near Sohawa, north of present G.T.Road, in the hills, when a rebellion amongst Pathans took place. In the ensuing fight Ghauri got killed. It is believed that some of the members of Chauhan tribe managed to escape the captors and settled in various high grounds surrounding Sohawa and surrounding hills. Out of them 2 brothers came to present day Dhruggi and settelled here.
    2. Its adjacent villages are Bangawala, Tassa Morah, Ghazial, Fateh Pur, Phutaki, Dhoke Rajian, Sidiali and Ghurah Uttam Singh etc.. In these villages there are Chohans also.

    3. Before Partition there was a considerable Hindu population who were well learned at that time. Locally, they were known as Khatri. They eventually left for India after Partition. The majority of the people of Dhruggi are serving in the police, the Pakistan Army and overseas. Many have excelled in private businesses as well.

    4. It is full of greenery with lots of scenic views. The surrounding villages of Dhruggi are Bhoober, Saba Mohra, Maswal and Dhoke Momin. Four roads lead towards Dhruggi, among those three are made of red bricks and one is unpaved. There are two Government schools each for boys and girls. Recently a school for children of Army personnels has opened. There are total six mosques, three of which are Jamia Mosques and a spacious Janaza Gah and a large dam named “Maanka”.

    • Parikshit Ghosh says:

      Khalid Sahab,
      I am an average Indian longing to visit Pakistan village some time in my life time. The pictures here in this site are so moving and resemble lot many of our villages in India. Hooqha, Danda Gulli, Gur all are not only familiar but we use the same terms. I shall feel blessed if you contact me at
      with love

  58. Shahzad Hanif says:

    Very fantastic photography and very good pics showing evening, sawera, etc!!!

  59. Surender Ahuja says:

    I love villages and their simple life.

  60. Atika Shazad says:

    So beautiful pics!! I love Pakistan. Kyun nahi Pakistan itna safe kay sabka dil karey wahan janey ko?

  61. Usman Ali says:

    Missing my village life and streets.

  62. Very fantastic photos which depict our rural culture.

  63. Asif Raza says:

    Very beautiful and nice pictures of Pakistani villages. I love my country too much.

  64. Ghulam Mustafa says:

    Masha Allah very beautiful pictures of village life.

  65. Rukhsana Ahsan says:

    Excellent photos. Please let me know your policy regarding copyrights.

  66. Khurram Shahzad says:

    I love Pakistan village life, it’s very beatiful. Allah Pakistan ko salmat rakay, Aameen.

  67. Malik Zeshan says:

    I love Pakistani village life, it is very simple.

  68. Ajmal Bhatti says:

    Masha Allah our culture is the best in the world.

  69. Kamlesh Sharma says:

    These photos show pure village culture. I like madhani, water with tindan wala khoo, Kachay Gharay (mitti walay).
    I remember one bujharat (Riddle) “Aan kunjan den bache nadi navan chalian”. The answer of this bujarat is “Khoo dian Tindan”.
    My mother’s village is Qila Subha Singh in Pakistan near Narowal Station. And the village of my friend’s mother is Baghiyana Kalian Wala Tibba near Lahore before Partition.

  70. Mohsin Ali says:

    Punjab is a beautiful land where nature made every thing beautiful.

  71. Masha Allah our Pakistan is the most beautiful country. Our people and landscape look much better and cleaner than India. Most of India is really dirty.

    • Sounak Nandy says:

      Have you visited India? If yes, then where and what you did not like kindly narrate and if not you should comment out of enemity, everything was one before Partition.

  72. Nice village pics, beauitul life in Pakistani villages!!

  73. Pawan Vats says:

    Village pics are same as in India. India also having same things and same places. I love a lot but kuch logo ki wajah se ek dusre ke dushman hain hum loge…

  74. Irfan Jutt says:

    I love these pics and village life.

  75. Baba Kasi Khan says:

    Meri soch say bhi ziyaza khubsurat pics of village life. THANKS GOD FOR PAKISTAN.

  76. Mohsin Bukhari says:

    What a beauty and nature in my lovely country Pakistan.

  77. Tahseen suhael says:

    Masha Allah beautiful images. Insha Allah I will try to visit these places.

  78. Nasir Shafi says:

    These pictures are so beautiful I can see them whole day. I love village life, I hope some day I can come back to Pakistan and live in a village In Sha Allah.

  79. Jaswant Ghintala says:

    very beautiful pictures and I love Villagers!!

  80. Majid Ali says:

    And the credit goes to the photographers..for some billion worth clicks.

  81. Aalamgeer Rana says:

    Aap ka mulk bhi hamaray jaisa hai, wahaan bhi wahi shaam hai, wahi savera, vaisa desh hai tera jaisa desh hai maira. Thanks for showing me Pakistan.

  82. Nasir Khan Tareen says:

    Pakistani Qaum beri nashukri hai. Allah Pakistan ko hamesha sarsabz rakhay aur dishonest hukamrano say nijaat bukhshay, Aameen.

  83. Amjad Ali Chohan says:

    Aray yaar! Bachpun yaad dila diya. Ohooo kiya zmana tha..I love it….!Thnx bro.

  84. Sadiqa Malik says:

    Kaash mera bhi koi village hota. I love to see a typical village. Love Pakistan.

  85. Ahmed Memon says:

    Salute to the photographers!!

  86. Tanveer Ahmad says:

    May to bhohat khush howa deek ker kay humaray haan (Pakistan mein) kitni sadgi aur kitni serzab zameen hai. Hum ko Allah ka Shuker adda kerna chaehay.

  87. Mahr Rasheed Lodhra says:

    Wonderful collection! Meray bachpan kau din kioun yaad aagay?

  88. Meri wish puri ho gaye village dakhnay ki. I love Pakistan.

  89. I love Pakistan and its village ife so much.

  90. Wajeeha Hassan says:

    I love village life. It is so pure and beautiful and its lush green fields are awesome.

  91. Altaf Shekh says:

    Mein bhi Pakistani gauon may kutch din bitana chahta hoon. Hae koi mujhe bulye?

  92. Sarwat Jehan says:

    I have never seen such wonderful pics of village life. Thank you Administrator and all those who posted these.

  93. Ali Hassan says:

    Village life is full of enjoyment and there people are together and lead peaceful lives. I love Pind.

  94. Ali Bhai Jhudo says:

    I love village life, thank you Admin for posting these wonderful photos.

  95. Mazhar Khan, India says:

    I am from an Indian village. I love village life.

  96. Hi sir,
    In India also so much good looking villages are there.

  97. Aamir Hameed says:

    Wow! Heart captivating photos, lost in this website for hours. Wonderful work, hope to see more pictures soon. Village, hens, goats, children playing, small villages, churning butter. Aha, wow!! Have to add this site in favourites.

  98. Zahid Siddique says:

    Many thanks for the beautiful images of the village life. JazaakAllah. My dream is to InshaAllah live in Pakistan one day.

  99. Very good effort, seeing these photos gives pleasing and soothing effect to eyes.
    Thank you.

  100. I love village life and simple and honest villagers.

  101. Mohammad Rafiq Gujjar says:

    I love Punjab’s culture. Thanks for this collection of pics.
    Hum ko apnay Pujab kay culture ko ziyada say ziyada mutarif karwana chahiye, Indian Punjab ki tarah. Apna Punjab bohut khoobsurat hai, iss ko duniya ko dekhana chahiye.

  102. Muhammad Arshad says:

    Thanks for so nice remarks and good wishes for pakistanies. we should have to say these words for each other to over come tought envirnoment amonh us. we also like india and want to live with each other with peace and brotherhood.

  103. Khan Shahid says:

    Please do not say I am Punjabi or from any where else. just Pakistani. These types of remarks show hatred among us.

  104. Mein village may kuch din reh ker iss life say sukoon haasil karna chahata hoon. Kia koi aisa hay jo kuch din kay liye mujh ko mehmaan banaa lay?

  105. Nadia khan says:

    I am also a villager and I like village life. But there are some problems like schools, hospitals, markets, etc. Anyhow, village life is a pure and healthy life.

  106. Hamza Sayal says:

    I love the natural beauty of villages.

  107. I am an Indian basically from Kasur Pakistan now residing at Moga.It is an awesome work done by you which reminds of my old days. May God bless us to live together again.

  108. Many of pictures have been used without a credit to the author and even water marks have been removed. Some of my pictures used from my website are example.

    • Dear Mr. Razaq,
      Many pics have been picked from the Internet. Please point out your photos, these will be attributed to you or will be removed, if you so desire.

  109. Mumtaz Jut says:

    Pind di life tay Punjabi zubaan, dowaan toun sacha tay mitha koi nai jay sajno. Save Punjabi Culture, games and Punjabi Zubaan.

  110. Shaukat Ali says:

    Village life is great & extremely peaceful. After my retirement I plan to lead a village life, where the air is very fresh & food pure to eat, fresh milk, fresh vegetables, lassi & pure butter that energizes and cures diseases. People are so simple, loving & caring.

  111. After looking at these pics you can only fall in love with village life….all over again!

  112. A very good effort!! I really like the pics.

  113. Pakistan is a very secure place in the world that is why Pakistan is giving its place for Afghans when there was war. No other country in the world is helping theeir neighbors.

  114. Atul Prasad, India says:

    These are nice photos of villages and people They also look like Indian. I am so happy to see the prosperity of Pakistan. God bless people of Pakistan and also Pakistan. Our best wishes with you people, because you people are also our brothers.

  115. Masood Ahmad says:

    This collection of village pics is a great work.

  116. All the pictures are showing the real life of our simple village culture, I’m Punjabi and I love my culture. Your efforts of waking up our minds towards this aspects are matchless, thanks for these lovely photographs. Keep up quality work.

  117. Raj Aryan says:

    I like these nice pictures but on the other hand these pictures show the condition of (village condition of) Pakistan. Before some years ago I saw such type of village culture in India also but now the picture of the Indian villages has changed. Pakistan needs a good leader who should take all decision for the development of Pakistan. In Pakistan all important decisions are taken by Pakistan Army/ISI. They only focus on jehad but at this time Pakistan’s development is very important.
    Sorry, if I’ve said anything wrong, and I say again these are very nice pictures.

    • Salam to all brothers and sisters.
      I am a Pakistani Punjabi and I am a villager. Thanks to the ADVICE ONE whatever brother Raj Arayan had said about the security of Pakistan is right if think positive as a true Pakistani but we are tolerating the poison of terrorism but if any Indian comes to Pakistan we will provide you guys security and INSHALLAH we’ll play on our lives. If you don’t believe then you can have an example of
      Sikh pilgrims from India coming to Pakistan to perform their rituals.
      May Allah keep you people happy and blooming always, Aameen. Our motto is “Respect for all religions and races”. Islam is a religion of peace.
      Keep smiling always.

      • Raj Aryan says:

        Salam Babar Bhai,
        I like your reply. In future if I get a chance then I will definitely visit to Pakistan. Our motto is also “Respect for all religions and races” so in India we say – Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Isaai; aapas may bhai-bhai.
        Hinduism is a religion of nonviolence and peace. May Maleek keep you people happy and blooming always. I beleive that the whole world is our family and all people our family.
        Raj Aryan

      • Mr Aryan.
        Our Pakistan is developing very fast Masha Allah. We don’t care what our enemies say. We love our country and our ideology. InshaAllah any threat from enemy would be defeated with great force.

  118. Muhammad Waqas says:

    Pakistan is my life. And I love Pakistan’s village culture!!!

  119. So far photos are concerned, these are most lovely but in real life in Pakistan, village life has its dark aspects as well. If you belong to a sect which is different than commanding sect, your life becomes miserable; for example you live in a village where Chaudhris, Rajas, Maliks, etc are in majority and you are not one of them, you must say “yes” to everything right and wrong what they say, otherwise you won’t be able to speak again.

  120. Minati Patnaik says:

    This is the real life of South Asian people. The photos are very similar to other South Asian village life.

  121. Shabir Hussain says:

    Many thanks for the beautiful images of the village life. JazaakAllah. My dream is to InshaAllah live in Pakistan one day.

  122. You are really master of your subject. You have shown real Pakistani culture, my compliments.

  123. Asad Ullah Khan says:

    Very nice pictures and one goes into nostalgia after seeing these.

  124. I like the village life very much. It is such a simple life.

  125. Amjad Mehmood Ansari says:

    Beautiful and nice pics. I like village photos of Pakistan.

  126. M. Jamil Jadoon says:

    What an amazing and useful Post it is!!!! Thanks to the Admin for his efforts.

  127. Pankaj Kumar says:

    I am Indian but Pakistan village life is so best this is my personal thinking. I love Pakistan’s village life.

    • Yes, Pankaj Kumar! Pakistan is the best. We love Pakistan. You must visit different sites to see Pakistan more clearly because natural beauty of places in Pakistan is awesome!!

      • Raj Aryan says:

        Yes, I agree with you Pakistan is the nice place but what about our security? If Pakistan Government focus on it, then they can develop their tourism industry, and by this many persons will also get jobs, earn money and then the condition of Pakistan will be changed.

        • Ayesha Chaudhry says:

          Security???? No doubt we are now a days facing crises and fear over tourism but it doesn’t mean that we are unsafe …. our Army is No. 1 among the world’s best forces,…. only we have poor management. 🙁

  128. Pankaj Kumar says:

    I am Indian but Pakistan village life is so best this is my personal thinking.

  129. Siddique Shah says:

    Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah,

    Mashallah, very beautiful pictures of village life, only need to care about the living pictures of human beings and animals.

  130. Anidesh Madhav, India says:

    Amzaing! Really beautiful! But why the roof of houses are kept flat? Can anyone say?

  131. Rafaq Zaman says:

    Ufff!!f Humain apna bachpan yaad aa gaya. Meray bachpan kay Din, itnay Achay Thay Din!! Love it!!!!!

  132. Jamil Uzair says:

    Good pics!! I extremely love village life.

  133. Niranjan Singh Pal says:

    Very very beautiful pictures of Pakistan village life. I have been spell bound by seeing these beautiful pictures.

  134. Asim Saleem says:

    Great collection and great work…. Thanks for your great effort… well done!!!

  135. Zaira Abbas says:

    Yes. There is not a great difference between Pakistan and India’s village life.
    Good effort Admin!!!

  136. Dhiraj Chauhan says:

    It seems like there is no difference between India and Pakistan. The villages in Pakistan are exceptionally similar to India and so beautiful.

    If ever possible, I will visit Pakistan.

    Great pictures. Nice effort!!!!!!!!!!

  137. Md. Mahboobur Rahman says:

    I like all the photos and I think Bangladeshi villages got the same pictures.

  138. Hasseb Khattak says:

    Wow! Beautiful. All pics are really awesome. 🙂

  139. I like these photos. An appreciable effort.

  140. Very good effort, want more help? Please contact.

  141. Shamim Wazir says:

    All pictures are very amazing and beautiful. I like village life.

  142. طاهرسعیدلاشاری says:

    Very very nice village pics, bahoot khoob!!

  143. Bilal Ramay says:

    Nice photos of beautiful villages.

  144. Talha Qaiser says:

    Outstanding collection of village pics.

  145. Zoya Khan says:

    Very nice. Mujhey thoray waqt kay liye aisa lagga jesey mein wahan village may hi hoon!!

  146. Muhammad Ali Durrani says:

    Proud to be landlord. You people are really great. Nice collection with stunning captions. Keep it up, friends.

  147. Could I possibly use the above images on Pinterest?

    • What is Pinterest? I have picked these pics from the Internet. My website is for the entertainment and fun of Pakistani people and it is a nonprofit site. For sharing these images you may find some copyright issues?

      • Saba Mirza says:

        Pinterest is a pinboard style photo sharing website that allows users to create and manage theme based image collections such as events, interests and hobbies. And yes you are most probably right there could be copyright issues, so I’ll leave best alone, anyway thanks.

  148. Ghayyur Yousafzai says:

    These are very beautiful pics!! I love my beautiful village.

  149. Aatif Waheed says:

    I love village life and the villages of my beloved Pakistan. I wish the names of villages would be written on the pics in order to know the exact location

    May Allah Almighty bless Pakistan!!!

  150. Syed Hussain says:

    Nice photos, Masha Allah. Please post more beautiful pics of old collection. Pakistan Zindabad!!

  151. Hansraj Deshwal says:

    Wow…so nice images.. I am remembering my village because I am so far from my village.

  152. Mian Mohammad Imran says:

    I also live in a village. This is nature and true pictures. Now a days I am doing job in Saudi Arabia and after seeing these pictures I remembered my village.

  153. Darshan Singh Cheema, BC, Canada says:

    Hi, all pictures are very nice which remind me of my childhood in my village Jangpur, District Ludhiana, Punjab, India. I love village life. I can say GOD BLESS PUNJAB, PAKISTAN.

  154. All pics are amazing…just like that I am seeing a real village here…Very nice.

  155. Ajay Malhotra, Delhi, India says:

    I have a deep desire to visit the place of my forefathers who lived in Bathuni, Bhera in Pakistan as told by my great grandmother and grandmother.
    I shall be highly obliged if any one help me in fulfilling my desire. Regards.

  156. M. Naveed, Islamabad says:

    Amazing pics which have refreshed my past memories. I appreciate this effort. Please add more pics of Punjab villages from past.

  157. Gul-e -Rana Khan says:

    Yes! This is a Pakistan. This type of beauty is only available in Pakistan. I love my country Pakistan. .

  158. Mind blowing collection of village pics.

  159. Javed Ali Malik says:

    Very nice pictures of my beloved Pakistan’s village Life.I Love My PAKISTAN. I Love Village life. Looking forward to more!

  160. Maher Mouzam Arif says:

    O paa jee! chaa gaye ho tusi. I love Punjab.

  161. Very nice pics. I am now out of my Pakistan. I really miss my village because my village is same as shown in these pics.

  162. Mohammad Yousaf Javed says:

    Pakistan is very beautiful country, specially village life is very enjoyable.

  163. Kumarasamy ulaganathan says:

    The pictures reflect the life style of Indian farmers. The pictures show the farmers of Punjab Rajasthan and Gujarat, then why in the name of religion and jihad people are induced to fight in between them?

  164. Sufyan Gujjar says:

    All photos are excellent. Thanks for sharing this collection.

  165. Outclass and really heart touching snaps.

  166. Sukhbir Singh Cheema says:

    Beautiful Pakistan, no doubt!!

  167. Nipun Talukdar says:

    Very good pictures. Felt like as if were in the villages and smelt the fragrance.

  168. Muhammad Tahir Mahmood Clair says:

    I think you don’t have more collection. Can I give some new pictures?

  169. Mazhar Naveed says:

    The way to framing is simple but with clarity. Excellently done, moments capturing is perfect. Beautiful vistas!!!

  170. Ejaz Ahmed Ansari says:

    Beautiful and excellent life of Pakistani villages. All Pakistanis are great, especially Pakistani village people and their cultural life is great. I love it.

  171. Maj (R) Arshed Ahmed Butt says:

    Since I enjoyed my childhood in a Punjabi village, so relished past sweet memories. Very nice photos. But add more pics of Baluchistan & Sind also. May include NAs & AJ&K also.
    Well done. Keep it Up.

  172. Faraz Saleem says:

    Beautiful pics of Pakistani villages!!! Hhmmmm my Pakistan, I love you.

  173. Wow, thats excellent. I love Pakistan and its villages are so beautiful.

  174. Raja Tariq says:

    Yeh meri khubsorat zameen ka khubsorat manzar hai. Ya Khuda mari zameen ki hifazat karna. Ameen.

  175. Noor Badshah says:

    Es me Pukhtunkhwa aur Balochistan ki Tasweer nahi hen, Noor Badshah

  176. Ahmed Mushtaq says:

    Really a very very excellent collection. Your efforts are highly appreciated. Love you dear. Keep it up.

  177. A rare treat for those who have never experienced the rural life up close. Well Done!!!!

  178. Village kay maahole ka haseen nazara, dil bagh bagh ho gaya, maza aa gaya. Aisay laga jaisya hum ussi maahole mein chalay gaye hain. Kaash kay woh din phir say loat ayain, kaash.

  179. Syed Abrar Gilani says:

    Purani yaad taza karanay ka shukria!

  180. All the pictures are super duper hit, I LOVE PAKISTANI VILLAGE LIFE.

  181. Kashif Nawaz says:

    Mein nay apni zindagi mein is say pehlay apnay culture ki itnee khoobsorat pictures kabhi nahi dakheein!!

  182. Kanwalbir Gill says:

    Very nice pictures. Never seen before our real culture.

  183. Rana M Sadiq (SS-5) says:

    No doubt it is an excellent collection of pics showing village life in some parts of Pakistan. Plz keep it up.

  184. Ejaz Ali says:

    Keep the spirit alive. I can smell the sweetness of soil and feel the passion of your love with your motherland. Really the land of pure and innocent souls. Good job and wishing you God Speed.

  185. Maj Farooq Rana says:

    You have put in a lot of time on this nice collection. Really an excellent collection. Thanks for your effort.

  186. Kanika Dhillon says:

    Loved the pictures. Looking forward to more…

  187. Aslam Khan says:

    An excellent collection of village photos. Keep it up.

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