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      Quote Originally Posted by mahool View Post
      Nicely photographed. Looks like a stretched out "noon" or sideways "ain" on the background wall.

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      Quote Originally Posted by devilish angel View Post
      A group of hippies (British, French and American) wait for a bus in Lahore (1972). Pakistan was an important destination on what was called the ‘Hippie Trail.’

      The trail was used by thousands of young European and American backpackers between the late 1960s and 1979. It was an overland route that began in Turkey, ran through Iran, curved into Afghanistan and Pakistan and then from India ended in Nepal.

      A huge tourist industry sprang up in these countries to accommodate the backpackers. In Pakistan, the travelers entered Peshawar (from Jalalabad in Afghanistan). From Peshawar they went to Lahore. Some took a bus into India while others visited Karachi and Swat before returning to Lahore and crossed into India.

      The trail closed after the 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran; the beginning of civil war in Afghanistan; and due to the reactionary nature of the Ziaul Haq dictatorship that came to power in Pakistan in 1977.


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      Very informative. I knew that hippies used to travel to Pakistan often in the 60s and 70s. However, I wasn't aware of the existence of the "Hippie Trail". The fact that the trail consisted of so many countries, as well as the reasons for its closing, are particularly interesting.

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      i recently join this paklinks and i like this history forum salute to all who contributed in this forum..

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      Quote Originally Posted by tabi89i View Post
      i recently join this paklinks and i like this history forum salute to all who contributed in this forum..
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      Winners focus on winning... Losers focus on winners.

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      Just saw this intersting pic:

      Gen Zia ul Haq and Shaheed Khaqan Abbasi father of PM in Dewal Murree

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      ^^ From 80s, nice picture.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Mostar95 View Post
      Even though it's silent, I like the first video better, since it's bright, colourful and includes women in the public sphere. And although there is some sound in the second video, it looks less bright, not as lively and the only females (I can see) out in the open consist of little girls.
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