Free download of the book Geography is for the 6th class. This book is by Punjab Curriculum and Textbook Board, Lahore, and published by Punjab Textbook Board Employees Welfare Society, Lahore.
The authors of the book are Prof. Nadeem Fayyaz and Prof. Muhammad Abbas.
This book gives a composite photo of the geographic substance of the nation and furthermore a short history of the Pakistan region from pre-noteworthy circumstances to the present. The creator introduces tables and maps a great deal of information identified with the different parts of its topography, economy, and populace. His investigations the ecological difficulties and agrarian issues that the nation is confronting, and recommends a few arrangements.
Pakistan has fringes toward the north with Afghanistan, toward the east with India and toward the west, with Iran the Bedouin Ocean misleads the south. In the upper east is the debated area of Jammu and Kashmir, limited by Afghanistan, China, and India. The land covers an immense 796,096 sq. km (305,058 sq. miles) making it more than three times the measure of the UK.
Pakistan involves six particular districts. There is the northern mountain region which has a high grouping of stunning pinnacles, and a portion of the biggest icy masses outside of the polar districts – in reality, five are more than 45 km (28 miles) long – and in addition, the Himalayan range which incorporates the famous Nanga Parbat, which stands an astounding 8,125m (26,657ft) tall.
Alternate districts are involved by the northern level, which is adequately the swamps at the base of the mountain runs, the western mountains, the Baluchistan level (which is sloping and inadequately populated), the southeast betray which extends into Rajasthan in India, and the plain of the stream Indus, which is inside Sindh and Punjab (truly implies five waters, named after the Indus and four tributaries).