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Both PAKISTAN and INDIA Similarities

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It was year 1947 when the Pakistan and India won autonomy from Britain and got to be neighboring states. Ever since, both the nations have battled numerous wars, have a few progressing debate and have been popular as curve rivals or indeed adversaries around the World. Whereas at to begin with look it may see like Pakistan and India have numerous dissimilarities which is genuine in several ways but on comparing the two nations numerous similitudes are unmistakable as well, keeping in intellect both the nations had been existing as joined together subcontinent for centuries. Hence dissecting the topography, climate, celebrations, individuals and their life, culture, nourishment, sports and music of the two nations makes for a one of a kind comparison.

Geography Similarities

Firstly, there are numerous similitudes between the topography of Pakistan and India. They are neighboring nations and are found in Asia, more particularly South Asia. Both Pakistan and India have one of the most elevated populaces within the World, India is 2nd and Pakistan 5th most crowded nation. Additionally, both the nations have a common neighbor in China and are bounded by Middle eastern Ocean. Verifiably as well both the provinces have been portion of the old Indus Valley Civilization and the Mughal Domain. In differentiate, India is one of the biggest nations of the World with an zone of 1,269,219 square miles, nearly four times the measure of Pakistan which has an range of 310,403 square miles. Too, India is neighbors with add up to of 11 nations whereas Pakistan has fair 4 neighboring countries.

Similar in Seasons

Besides, climate of both the nations is comparative in numerous ways and shifts from tropical to calm. The climate ranges from extraordinary hot to extraordinary cold in both the nations and they are favored with all the four seasons of winter, summer, spring and harvest time. In expansion, they have the storm season which comes about in overwhelming downpours. On the other hand, India has most of its water necessities satisfied by the overwhelming rainfalls in rainstorm season and all through the year. The rainstorm season isn't that extraordinary in Pakistan and there are patches of no rain for months, therefore it needs to depend on the dissolving ice sheets to satisfy its water needs.

Similarities in Festivals

Thirdly, the nations share common celebrations as well. Since most individuals in both nations have agrarian arrive they both celebrate common regular and agrarian celebrations such as Baisakhi, which could be a thanksgiving day for ranchers and Basant, which is celebrated at the end of winter season. Then again, Pakistan may be a Muslim nation and India could be a Hindu state so there are numerous celebrations that are not common among them. In Pakistan occasions like Eid ul Fitar, Eid ul Adha and Muharram are commemorated which are completely Islamic, on the other hand in India celebrations like Diwali and Holi are celebrated which are completely Hindu festivals.

Similarities in History Personalities

Fourthly, there are numerous likenesses between the individuals of the two nations. Generally individuals of both the districts have coexisted together and indeed in spite of the fact that both have distinctive religions and ways of life, they have affected each other in numerous ways. Individuals celebrate relational unions more often than not within the spring season in both the nations, the way of celebrating is nearly the same with the celebrations beginning weeks some time recently. Furthermore, the concept of family is similar where the male within the family has the upper hand and is ordinarily mindful for the family. Be that as it may, the way of individuals welcoming each other is diverse. In Pakistan most men and ladies embrace each other or shake hands whereas saying Salam to welcome each other, individuals in India welcome each other by touching both their palms whereas putting hands together and saying Namaste to each other.

Similarities in Culture Between Them

Moving on to the fifth point, there exists a social solidarity between the two nations. Society stories such as Heer Ranjha, Sheeri farhad and Mirza Sahiban are commonly popular. Islamic Sufism, verse and Sufi music is well known all through Pakistan and India. Another similitude is between the dialect, Hindi and Urdu have so numerous common words that it gets to be troublesome to distinguish between them and ordinarily are respected as diverse lingos of the same dialect. But, there are numerous dissimilarities as well. In Pakistani culture relinquishing a dairy animals is common whereas Indians consider dairy animals sacrosanct and it has devout significance. Furthermore, In Pakistan most of the men and lady wear Shalwar Kameez whereas in India most of the young ladies wear Saari and most men wear Kurta Dhoti.

Similarities in Games and Sports

In addition, it may be a bizarre coincidence that the national wear of Pakistan and India is hockey but the foremost celebrated don in both the nations is Cricket. Kabaddi is another conventional sport played as it were in both the subcontinent nations. Cherish for music is additionally common in both the nations much appreciated to the nearly common dialect with vocalists from Pakistan as often as possible singing in Indian motion pictures. In spite of the music closeness, most of the music created in India is for the motion pictures, whereas in Pakistan the popular sort of music is people and pop music.

Last Similarities in Cooking Food

At last, there are numerous similitudes within the conventional nourishment of the two nations going back to the times of Mughal Domain. Dishes like Halwa Puri, Daal Chawal, Chicken Karahi, Biryani and the drink of Lassi are not as it were popular in Pakistan they are similarly enjoyed in India as well. Sweet dish is common with Kheer and Mithai the foremost celebrated sweet dishes. Alternately, most nourishment dishes in Pakistan comprise of Meat and Lamb, whereas Indians dodge eating ruddy meat and most of their nourishment comprises of Herbs and Vegetables. In Pakistan curry and zest could be a essential necessity whereas Indian nourishment may be a small less zesty than the Pakistani food.

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Good to see a fellow Indian here. It seems this is your first article. Don't put the full content in bold.

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