Pakistani Instagram Accounts With Wholesome Content!

With the pandemic still hovering over us, it’s our social media consumption that takes up most of our time and honestly keeps us sane too (sometimes). If we’re spending so much time on our phone then it might as well be some good and wholesome content. Scroll down for some of our favorite Instagram pages…

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With the pandemic still hovering over us, it’s our social media consumption that takes up most of our time and honestly keeps us sane too (sometimes). If we’re spending so much time on our phone then it might as well be some good and wholesome content. Scroll down for some of our favorite Instagram pages helping us swift through our quarantine period. From nowhere to go portraits to music to soothe your nerves, from meaningful art to art that speaks to your soul, you’ll find a little bit of everything here.

Abdal Mufti
Giving story telling and art a whole new meaning with his soulful posts and captions.

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Idhr Lahore mei humaray ghar aik maali baba aya karte hain, Kafi umer ziada ha unki per mehnati hain. Aksar kaam karte waqt woh Mehdi Hassan ki koi ghazal gunguna rahay hotay hain, aik do dafa to kaam karte hoe kuch bolte bhi paya. Aisay maloom hota tha k poodon se baten kar rahay hoon. Aksar sochta hoon k 'in ki umer itni ziada hai, phir yeh in poodon per itni mehnat kyn karte hain. Un se dil bhi laga lete hain. Yeh bhi to mumkin hai k jab yeh pooday baray hoon, najanay yeh is duniya mein hoon bhi k nai'. Phir khayal ata hai k shayad hum insaan is zindagi mei kuch kaam sirf is liye bhi karte hain k yeh duniya dosron k liye khobsurat ban jaye, chahe humen us se faida ho ya na ho. . -Song: Mehdi Hassan . #artoftheday #artist #artwork #art #illustration #digitalart #digitalpainting #conceptart #myart #creative #drawing #vsco #gallery #instaart #inspiration #artgallery #modernart #love #story #painting #paint #lovestory #abstractart #abstractpainting #pictures #instaabstract #sketch #sketchbook #illustrator #photoshop

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Areeba Siddique 
Redefining art journalism- we love what this fella is up to!

Shehzil Malik
Shehzil has designed various posters for Aurat Marches that went viral EVERY.SINGLE.TIME. Apart from that she’s also very vocal about her views on feminism which makes us love her even more.

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This has proven to be pretty prophetic since beauty parlors don't exist anymore and we globally went from baking in lockdown to reading about dismantling systems of oppression. 💁🏽‍♀️ I had asked people for recommendations for feminist literature, and here is the list- Books: 1. Living a Feminist Life by Sara Ahmed 2. This Bridge called My Back by Gloria Anzaldua 3. The Upstairs Wife by Rafia Zakaria 4. Transformation of Silence into Language and Action by Audre Lorde 5. The Begum by Deepa Agarwal and Tehmina Aziz Ayub 6. Fatima Jinnah: Mother of the Nation by Reza Pirbhai 7. Can the Subaltern Speak? by Gayatri Spivak 8. Women, Gender and Islam by Leila Ahmed 9. Do Muslim Women Need Saving? by Laila Abu-Lughod 10. Gender and the Quran by Asma Barlas 11. Tunnel Vision by Shandana Minhas 12. How It Happened by Shazaf Fatima Haider 13. Meatless Days by Sara Suleri 14. An American Brat by Bapsi Sidhwa Authors: 1. Kimberle Crenshaw 2. Patricia Hill Collins 3. bell hooks 4. Rebecca Solnit 5. Chandra Mohanty 6. Amina Wadud 7. Arhundhati Roy 8. Mona El-tahawy 9. Taslima Nasreen 10. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie 11. Sharmila Rege 12. Qurratulain Hyder’s short story collections 13. Shafiq Ur Rehman (intriguing female characters, male characters always bent gender norm) . Thank you to everyone who gave recommendations! 🙏🏽🙏🏽

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Click Stories
Anam puts in a lot of effort to tells us about the pros and cons of her readings which help us decide what to read next. Apart from that her short stories will take your breath away.

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If you want to write, know that you won’t always win. Be ready to face the music when it’s not to your taste, and understand that your greatest obstacle to keep going is yourself. I thought twice about posting this achievement, simply because I didn’t “win.” Water Bodies, a short story about the impact of forced migration and the plight of refugees, did however make it to the finals and received honorable mention in this year’s Women on Writing flash fiction contest. My advice to all aspiring writers (myself included) is to limit how much power you project on others when it comes to judging your worth as an artist. Rejection is hard and annoying and tough. But so is perseverance, learning and growing. So Here’s to the process, and finding happiness in small wins. ♥️#clickstories #anamsufi #writing #writer #wowflashfiction #flashfiction #instagram #literary #fiction #literary #growth #art #artist #refugees #waterbodies #migration

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Muzi Sufi
From Quarantine nowhere to go dressing up posts to raising awareness,her page has a little bit for everyone-plus her chic aesthetics will make you fall in love with her  page.

Womanistan
Staying true to the name of the page, Womanistan is that one stop for women for wholesome content and some wholesome laughs as well.

Swinery
FUNNIEST PAGE EVER!THAT’S IT, THAT’S THE CAPTION.

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i need 32 root canals

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