Mangoes, known as the king of fruits, originated in the Indian subcontinent and are scientifically known as Mangifera Indica. It is the national fruit of both India and Pakistan.13-Jun-2021,
Pakistan does have the national flower as well. The national flower of Pakistan is the Flower of Jasmine which is also known as Campbell. Jasmine is a very unique and beautiful flower that demonstrates the uniqueness of nature.26-Oct-2020
It is no wonder that nihari is considered the national dish of Pakistan.23-Mar-2017
Mangifera is derived from a Sanskrit word 'manjiri' which means flowers growing in small clusters. And indica means India. It is quite naturally our national fruit.” Like most national emblems, mango has a historical importance. Sculptures of the fruit are found on Buddhist monuments in Sanchi and Ajanta.19-Aug-2014
Lychee, the queen of fruit is an emerging fruit crop of Pakistan. It was introduced here in early 1932 by Sardar Faqir Singh from Dera Dune, India, and remained an exotic plant until 1960s when commercial production started from few orchards located near Begum Kot, Lahore of Punjab province.
Gulab Jaman. Milk, khoya, saffron. It is a milk-solid sweet or a type of mithai mainly made from milk solids, traditionally khoya. It is also declared as the national dessert of Pakistan officially by Government of Pakistan.
Known as the King of Fruit, mangoes are highly popular among Pakistanis. The fruit is high in fibre, low in calories and contains a small amount of carbohydrates, calcium, iron, potassium and a little protein. Mangoes are also rich in vitamins A, B and C.05-Jun-2020
The Deodar Tree is the official national tree of Pakistan.
The National Flag of Pakistan is dark green in color with a white bar, a white crescent in the centre and a five-pointed star. The significance of the colour and symbols used in the Pakistani Flag is as follows: The white and dark green field represents Minorities & Muslim majority, respectively.