PAKISTAN ZINDABAD    Dec 08 , 2016
 
 
The Urdu translation of the word "Galaxy" is "Kehkishan" and variation exists on how to spell Kehkishan using English alphabets, however; people in general agree on the meanings, which is, "a very large group of stars that contains the solar system, including the sun, the earth and all the planets which go round it". The Kehkishan website is a platform for the star public to express their feelings and give suggestions for readers to comment on.

It's a den for peace loving individuals who wish to see Pakistan as a progressive nation; it's for those who wish to make Pakistan a modern and technologically advanced country. It's for those who care about the peace on earth, unity and harmony among the fellow citizens, discussing true values and culture in such a way that does not hurt anyone's feelings. As all stars are different from each other, so do we all have different personalities, likings and disliking but we all are human, we should respect each other's point of views.

As the history of medieval astrology links with the history of Arabian astrology which was the time when newly prosperous and victorious Islamic Empire actively assimilated many of the Greek astrological works and there existed a great deal of cultural exchange among the Muslim lands which had its own thriving and ancient system of astrology.

When the Islamic Empire receded somewhat in influence, the Europeans took over much of astrological practice from them but still there exist Muslims who actively study galaxies and broaden their knowledge base. Be a star, write something which has positive impact on the readers, do constructive discussion for the betterment of society, say something which spreads love and peace on earth.

Quotation by a Sufi poet teaches tolerance and respect of all faiths,  “On my way to the Mosque, Oh Lord, I passed the Magian in front of his flame deep in thought, and a little further I heard a rabbi reciting his holy book in the synagogue, and then I came upon a church where the hymns sung gently in my ears and finally I came to the mosque and pondered how many are the different ways to You, the one God."

 
                       

Welcome to Kehkishan, a platform to contribute positive and progressive ideas, accomplishments, and historic facts. Share your views to promote love and peace on earth, tolerance and respect for all faiths, and ways to spread happiness around you.

 
Provinces
Human-made dams are important in...

Rawal Lake in is an artificial reservoir that provides water to the cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.  The Korang River along with some other small streams coming from Ma...

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Tourism
The Shandur Pass, the highest Po...

The Shandur pass is about 3738 meter above the sea level and lies midway between Chitral and Gilgit. These areas of Pakistan remains snow covered in winter and turn into th...

Aug 27 , 2011 / 0 Comment / Read More »
 
Discussion
The JF-17 Thunder, a pride for t...

The JF-17 is being built by Chengdu Aircraft Industry Corporation and the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex. The project is expected to cost about US$500 million, divided equal...

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Food
Mangos, mostly known as the King...

In Pakistan mango is named as "King of the Fruits" which is also the national fruit of Pakistan. Pakistan’s yearly mango production is over a million, Sindh province ...

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History
Frere Hall, a well-preserved bui...

Frere Hall is one of the few well-preserved buildings from the days of the British Raj that still exists in Karachi. It was built in the honor of Sir Henry...


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Facts
Chakor, the national bird of Pak...

Chakor belongs to the pheasant family Phasianidae and is native of Pakistan, India, Afghanistan, Nepal, Turkey and Kashmir range. It is also connected to its western tantam...

May 18 , 2011 / 0 Comment / Read More »
 
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