Pakistan was created, as an Islamic state, out of the partition of the UK’s Indian Empire, at independence in August 1947. It originally consisted of two parts, West Pakistan (now Pakistan) and East Pakistan (now Bangladesh), separated by 1,600 km of Indian territory.
Mohammed Ali Jinnah, who is honored as the Quaid-i-Azam, or great leader, was behind the establishment of Pakistan and he died in 1948 just after one year of independence. Thanks to its historical, geographical and ethnic diversity, the human intellectual achievement considered jointly of Pakistan draws its influence from the cultures of India, Central Asia, and the Middle East.
Pakistani culture changes from one condition widely from Punjab and Sindh to Baluchistan and KPK.