Pakistan trivia quiz 🇵🇰

Pakistan is a country located in South Asia, known for its rich culture, history and diverse landscapes. It was created in 1947 after the partition of British India, and it is the only Muslim-majority country to have been created in the name of Islam. Pakistan is home to a diverse population, with multiple ethnic and linguistic groups. Pakistan has a rich history, including the Indus Valley Civilization, which is one of the oldest in the world. The country has been ruled by various empires and dynasties, including the Mughals, who left behind a legacy of art and architecture that is still visible today. Pakistan is also known for its traditional crafts, such as truck art, which is a form of decorative art that is painted on the sides of trucks and buses, and its vibrant music and dance scene. Pakistan is also known for its diverse geography, ranging from the Himalayan mountain range in the north, to the Arabian Sea in the south. Some of the famous tourist destinations in Pakistan include the northern areas, such as the Hunza Valley and the Karakoram Highway, the ancient Indus Valley Civilization ruins in Mohenjo-daro and Harappa, and the beautiful Lahore, known for its Mughal-era architecture. Trivia questions about Pakistan can range from its history, culture, and geography to its art, music and famous tourist destinations, making it a great topic for a trivia night or quiz.
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Last updated: June 5, 2023
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What is the four-letter word for a women's garment from India made of an unstitched drape up to nine meters in length that is typically wrapped around the waist with one end draped over the shoulder?
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Kuala Lumpur
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H" is the name of both the fourth-largest city in India and the eighth-largest in Pakistan?
What Indo-Aryan language is the official national language of Pakistan?
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Which language that starts with P is one of the main languages in India and Pakistan and has more than 113 million speakers? (Hint: The name originates from the Persian phrase for the “Five Waters” of the Indus River tributaries)
Which city is the largest in Pakistan and also the capital of Sindh?
Homer is photographed cavorting with a belly dancer with what name that suggests she might be royalty from somewhere around the India-Pakistan border?
Princess Kashmir
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Which national capital city is geographically closest to India's New Delhi?
What is the meaning of Pakistan?
Holy land
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