Inspiring Ladies of Pakistan

Following is an account of some inspiring Pakistani ladies besides severa “unsung heroes” in exclusive fields.

Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah: Madar-e-Millat

(July 30, 1983 to July 09, 1967)

Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah, Madar-e-Millat, Pakistan Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah popularly referred to as Madar-e-Millat (mom of the country) is one of the founding leaders of Pakistan. She became the youngest sister of the founder of the nation, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Fatima Jinnah graduated from the university of Calcutta in dentistry and become a practising dental healthcare professional earlier than she shifted to her brother’s location and became an essential part of the Independence movement.

Benazir Bhutto

(June 21, 1953 to December 27, 2007)

Benazir Bhutto, BB, PM of Pakistan, PPP, spouse of Zardari, born to a political circle of relatives primarily based in Sindh province of Pakistan, Benazir Bhutto holds the fame of being the primary woman prime minister of any Islamic kingdom. She became the eldest daughter of a former high minister of Pakistan, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto.

Arfa Abdul Karim Randhawa

(February 02, 1995 to January 14, 2012)

Arfa Karim, Microsoft, Pakistan, MCP, Arfa Karim changed into a brilliant, clever and gifted mind proficient to this soil via Allah Almighty. At the age of nine she seemed as the first Pakistani woman to come to be the world’s youngest Microsoft certified expert in 2004 till 2006. She is also the youngest recipient of the Presidential satisfaction of performance Award (2005). She offered Pakistan on international forums and additionally visited the Microsoft headquarters, America upon an invite by bill Gates. In January 2010, she became appointed because the emblem ambassador for %’s 3G wireless broadband service EVO. Arfa Karim suffered from an epileptic seizure ensuing into cardiac arrest on December 22, 2011 on the age of 16. All viable efforts have been taken for her remedy however alas this gifted mind departed on January 14, 2012. A technology era park in Lahore has been named as Arfa software technology Park in her reminiscence.

Bano Qudsia

(November 28, 1928)

Bano Qudsia, Pakistan, old girls, Bano Qudsia is an intellectual and non-secular writer. She became born in Ferozpur India and moved to Lahore, Pakistan after independence. Bano Qudsia did her masters in Urdu from authority’s college, Lahore. She is widow of the well-known spiritual writer, Ashfaq Ahmed. Writings of Bano Qudsia have stimulated the mind of many, specifically teens and considered one of her books entitled Raja Gidh is one of the maximum famous books to have been study in Pakistan. in addition, she has written many novels, television performs, radio performs and quick tales. within the honor of her competencies, she has been presented with Sitara-e-Imtiaz and Hilal-e-Imtiaz by way of the authorities of Pakistan.

Haseena Moin

(November 20, 1941)

Haseena Moin, Intel-real, writer, Novel, Pakistan, Literature, girls,Haseena Moin is a play writer of global fame. She was born in Kanpur, India and after independence her circle of relatives migrated and settled in Karachi.

Parveen Shakir

(November 24, 1952 to December 26, 1994)

Parveen Shakir, Poet, poetry,predominant words to strike a person’s mind are splendor and love upon hearing this name. She turned into an Urdu poet, teacher and a civil servant of the authorities of Pakistan, inside the Customs department. Her recognition is based on her literary work inside the discipline of ghazals and unfastened verse. In her soul-stirring poetry she in particular targeted on love, feminism and social stigmas.

Ayesha Farooq

(August 24, 1987)

Ayesha Farooq, PAF, ladies Fighter Piolt, Flight Lieutenant, air pressure, WomenFlight Lieutenant Ayesha Farooq is Pakistan’s first conflict-ready woman fighter pilot. She became born in Bahawalpur, Pakistan. Ayesha Farooq is one of the few pilots inducted in Pakistan Air pressure and until now the most effective operational lady pilot.

Naseem Hameed

(might also 01, 1988)

Naseem Hameed, SAF video games, Dhaka, Queen of Tracks, Nerves of steel,  Ambassador of recreation, Mobilink, Naseem Hameed is a music and subject athlete born in Karachi, Pakistan. She got an international fame while she won the Gold Medal in one hundred meters race for the duration of SAF games, Dhaka (2010) and earned the identify of “quickest female in South Asia”. other titles which are regularly used for her consist of “Queen of Tracks” and “Nerves of metal”.

Samina Khayal Baig

(September 19, 1990)

Samina Khayal Baig, Mount Everest , Planet Earth, standing tall at the highest altitude on planet Earth, this younger mountaineer have become the first Pakistani woman, youngest Muslim woman and the 1/3 Pakistani to have reached the summit of Mount Everest on 19 might also 2013.

Zubaida Tariq

(April 14, 1945 to January 2018)


Zubaida Tariq, Zubadia Apa, Anwar Maqsood, Belonging to a circle of relatives of famous artists consisting of Anwar Maqsood (brother; slapstick comedian, play author and critic), Zehra Nigah (sister; Urdu poet), Fatima Surriya Bajia (sister; novelist and play writer) and Bilal Maqsood (nephew; vocalist and musician), Zubaida Tariq has her personal unique identification as a cooking professional.


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