Province of Pakistan- NWFP and Balochstan

There are four provinces in Pakistan Subha Punjab, Subha Sindh, Subha Khyber Pukhtunkhwa and Subha Baluchistan.

Khyber Pukhtun Khwan: North West Frontier Province is the province of Islamic Republic of Pakistan. At the both banks of River Indus it is located and is expanded from the Himalayas in North to the desert in the south and there it has boarder with Punjab and Baluchistan. On the western side a neighbor Afghanistan is accessed by the Khyber Pass with the Suleiman Mountains. Peshawar is the capital of the province. It is the most divers province in Pakistan, covered an area of 101,741 Sq. Kms also included the tribal areas of 27,220 Sq, Kms and has the populating of 25.131 million including the federal administrated tribal’s population of 3.717 million. Peshawar valley is at the heart of this province; its area is watered by Swat and Kubul River that make it the best agricultural area of Pakistan. The northern half of the province has five rivers named as swat, Dir, Chitral, Khaghan and Indus.

Balochista: it is the largest province of Pakistan in area and that it a covers 3, 47,190 Sq. Kms. It has an estimated population of 7.797 million; it is a land of difference.  It has an area with rugged and lofty mountain includes sulaiman, Chiltan and Sultan and some plains extending 100 of Kilometers. Balochistan coast line is stretches to 750km from Karachi to Gawadar. It is rich in marine resources and fishes. Balochistan is famous for its apple production; it is 900 year old civilization.