Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Peshawar is the capital city of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in Pakistan, with a rich history dating back thousands of years. It was part of the ancient Gandhara civilization, conquered by Alexander the Great, and later became part of the Mughal Empire. After British rule, it became part of Pakistan. Today, Peshawar is a bustling city with a diverse population and is known for its cultural heritage and trade.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province offers various attractions for visitors. Swat Valley is known for its scenic beauty, while Chitral offers dramatic mountain landscapes and unique local culture. Kalash Valley is home to the Kalash people, known for their colorful traditions. Takht-i-Bahi is a UNESCO World Heritage site, showcasing a Buddhist monastery complex. The Khyber Pass provides historical significance and breathtaking views. Other notable places include Malam Jabba, Hazara, Mahodand Lake, and Galiyat.

Takht-e-Bhai is an ancient Buddhist archaeological site in Mardan District. It features a monastery and a stupa, believed to have been founded in the 1st century CE. The complex is well-preserved and offers insights into the Gandhara region's Buddhist heritage. Visitors can reach Takht-e-Bhai from Peshawar by car, taxi, or public transport. Hiring a guide is recommended to enhance the visit. Following appropriate dress and respecting the site's rules are essential.

Overall, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province and Takht-e-Bhai provide a combination of natural beauty, historical significance, and cultural exploration for visitors to Pakistan.

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Best Season:Through out the year
Popular Location: Swat. Tahkte Bhai, Chitral, Kalash Valleys. Kalam Valley, Naran & Kaghan
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