Pakistan has many beautiful places that need to be visited to see the beauty of Pakistani areas. Pakistan has some deserts; deserts are those regions which have very little support for the plants. Pakistan deserts are fall in the category of “Monsoon deserts”. Monsoon is an Arabic word which means “Season” that is the wind system, monsoon grows in reaction to temperature changes between oceans and continents.
Thar (Sindh): thar is the 17th largest desert in the world. It is located in the Indian state of Rajasthan, and is stretched in the Southern portion of the Haryana and Punjab states, and in the northern Gujrat area. While in Pakistan it covers eastern Sindh province and in Punjab province covered the Southeastern portion. Cholistan desert join the Thar Desert and spread in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Thar dessert is surrounded by Satluj River in the northwest side.
Thal desert (Punjab): it is located in Punjab, Pakistan. It is a wide area between Sindh and Jhelum rivers near to Pothohar Plateau. It has total length of 190 miles from North to South. And its breadth is 70 miles and 20 miles is its minimum length. This area is divided into different parts i.e Khushab, Mainwali, Layyah, Jhang, Bhakkar and Muzaffarabad. In the jhang it is on the bank of Jhelum River. It has resemblance with cholistan and Thar. Major towns of Thal are Hayderabad Thal, Mankera, Piplane, Koat Aazam, Mehmood Shaheed Thal, Mari Shah Sakhira, Muzafar Garh, Dullewala, Kundiyan, Sarauy Muhajir, Rang pur, nor pur thal. Educational services as low as one can think. There are 10 thousands population in villages and the condition of education for female is worse than that.