Conflict isn’t the only thing common between India And Pakistan Are ONE . These two countries actually behave like legit neighbours when it comes to reacting and noticing what the other one is doing. We have always talked about the violence and animosity between the two nations, but a part of both of them still connects them. After all, we were once a single nation.
If you backpedal in time, you will realise how peacefully the nation lived. Nevertheless, today we have come up with a listicle that will hit everyone’s conscience. Why? It is because each one of us is going to look at these two nations differently after having a look at all the images. Trying not to trust me on this? Indeed, all things considered, you should check it yourself.
Inspirational leaders (pun intended).
Indians have Rahul Gandhi, Pakistanis have Bilawal Bhutto.
Both of them studied at Oxford, a lot of memes are made on these two, and they never fail to impress the citizens of their respective countries. If you know what I mean.
Brave men on either side of the borders.
When Uttarakhand disaster hit in 2013, not only Indian soldiers rescued the flood victims, but even Pakistani soldiers also rescued flood victims on the other side of the border.
The gift of nature.
Zanskar Valley, Ladakh, and Hunza Valley, Baltistan, are a scene to behold. But, they also teach us that nature and its ability to woo humans are above all rivalries in the world.
Such talented people exist in both the countries.
While, on one hand, India has a revolutionary singer and YouTube creator Dhinchak Pooja, Pakistan is also not ready to take a step back. You all must have seen the video of Taher Shah’s song ‘Angel’. Well, that says it all.
Divided by ego, united by cricket.
You cannot argue with me on this one. Cricket is something that has united the nations. IPL is a living proof of the same.
Tea is the national drink.
The way people love tea is almost the same on either side of the great divide.
We share a prize for peace. Ironic?
It has been a lot of years that we aren’t able to maintain peace with one another. Yet, it is so ironic that we share a Nobel Peace Prize with one another.
People pray for the same thing.
A candlelight vigil in Delhi and Lahore proves one thing, no matter what your religion or nationality is, at the end of the day we are all humans and everyone wants peace.
Music feeds our souls.
Be it classical music recital or Qawali, any form of music can soothe our soul. No barriers or borders can control that for sure.
That’s all, people.