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Old 22nd May 2010, 20:46   #16
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Old 23rd May 2010, 00:47   #17
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I always get good response from BHPians
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Makes you wonder what we are all fighting about!

I would love to drive across to Pakistan and offroad someday...Beautiful!
Yeah me too,loved the "Peaceful Pakistan" sticker on the LC.
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Awesome photos.
Pakistan is such a beautiful country... it would indeed be a treat to visit for offroading and touring.
May god bless us lasting peace so that someday we can actually realize such a dream.

@Amirbhai,

I observed Balochistan and Quetta stickers on one of the vehicles. Please post pictures from these regions from your repository.
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Very interesting pictures, and the trip must have been equally interesting and exciting. The Rohtas Fort, built by Sher Shah Suri, was named after (and possibly inspired by) the Rohtasgarh Fort in Bihar, which Sher Shah had managed to wrest after some mental effort.The latter was virtually impregnable to enemy attacks and that might have been one reason to name the former accordingly.

The Rohtas Fort lies between Peshawar and Lahore, due southeast of Islamabad, off the N5, off Dina city.

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i. text/travelogue of your offroading adventure, and
ii. pics of the Rohtas Fort

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Very interesting pictures, and the trip must have been equally interesting and exciting. The Rohtas Fort, built by Sher Shah Suri, was named after (and possibly inspired by) the Rohtasgarh Fort in Bihar, which Sher Shah had managed to wrest after some mental effort.The latter was virtually impregnable to enemy attacks and that might have been one reason to name the former accordingly.

The Rohtas Fort lies between Peshawar and Lahore, due southeast of Islamabad, off the N5, off Dina city.

Will appreciate more
i. text/travelogue of your offroading adventure, and
ii. pics of the Rohtas Fort

Calling tbhpians in the vicinity of Rohtasgarh ( viz.Renukoot/Varanasi/Allahabad/Ranchi/Jamshedpur) to consider an offroading expedition there - it is built on a hill and is about 1500 feet above mean sea level.
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Awesome photos.
Pakistan is such a beautiful country... it would indeed be a treat to visit for offroading and touring.
May god bless us lasting peace so that someday we can actually realize such a dream.

@Amirbhai,

I observed Balochistan and Quetta stickers on one of the vehicles. Please post pictures from these regions from your repository.

We live in other side of the country
We dont have pictures of that area

Thanx for your extremely nice comments
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Very interesting pictures, and the trip must have been equally interesting and exciting. The Rohtas Fort, built by Sher Shah Suri, was named after (and possibly inspired by) the Rohtasgarh Fort in Bihar, which Sher Shah had managed to wrest after some mental effort.The latter was virtually impregnable to enemy attacks and that might have been one reason to name the former accordingly.

The Rohtas Fort lies between Peshawar and Lahore, due southeast of Islamabad, off the N5, off Dina city.

Will appreciate more
i. text/travelogue of your offroading adventure, and
ii. pics of the Rohtas Fort

Calling tbhpians in the vicinity of Rohtasgarh ( viz.Renukoot/Varanasi/Allahabad/Ranchi/Jamshedpur) to consider an offroading expedition there - it is built on a hill and is about 1500 feet above mean sea level.
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