Hazara: An Introduction
Hazara is an area of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa located in Pakistan. It is a mesmerizing place for tourists all over the Pakistan as well as across the globe. The beauty and simplicity which lies in Hazara is of no match.
The people of Hazara are so mild and humble who are li
ving peacefully. The literacy rate of Hazara especially Abbottabad, Mansehra and Haripur is tremendously high. The common languages spoken here are Hindko, Pashto, Kohistani, Gojri, Saraiki and Pahari.
Hazara has one of the major modern territories of NWFP (now KPK), including Telephone Industry of Pakistan (TIP) and the Hattar Industrial Zone. The location incorporates Tarbela Dam, which is the biggest earth filled dam on the planet and produces the vast majority of the hydro power created in Pakistan. The Karakoram Highway goes through Hazara.
The Pakistan Military Academy at Kakul, Abbottabad, is the place every single military officer of Pakistan are prepared. The district has tea plantations and the best grade tobacco in Pakistan, in Mansehra.
The new dynamic and important game changer plan CPEC (China Pakistan Economic Corridor) revolves mainly around the Hazara and this area will now gain some huge advantage and progress largely thanks to its geographical position.
The famous aspect of Hazara is that it’s all six districts possess natural beauty and variations. The weather conditions are multifarious and cold normally. It involves six Districts:
1- Abbottabad District.
2- Battagram District.
3- Haripur District.
5- Mansehra District.
And now, since 28 January 2011, the new Tor Ghar District. It is a locale that has numerous languages spoken and different races.