Pakistan Garden

Country: Pakistan

Theme :

“Harmony with past, seeds for future

Theme statement:

At present the world is facing an energy, food, climate change and the financial problems which has made negatively affected the environment. Our future is threatened and present production of agriculture is finding it difficult to keep pace with the vast exploding human population. However, the same multiple crises have given us the opportunity to pursue macro level global economic restructuring and to change the mode of economic development by implementing a transformation led by harmonious renaissance through historic lessons to pursue environmentally sustainable development of world economies. Our Children today are the future of tomorrow. Sowing the right seeds today will ensure the right and rich harvest is gained tomorrow.

Subtheme :

History is rich with innumerable environmentally sustainable practices that our ancestors used to thrive with utmost respect to our world. Pakistan garden's subtheme revolves around learning important lessons from these systems  and adapted in a modern manner and this will also directly contribute to economic recovery, new job creation, and reduced threats of food, water, energy, ecosystem and climate crises.

Exhibition target

Making visitors aware of the beauty and effectiveness of historic simplicity by utilizing geometric patterns based design of the garden as well as of the building encouraging simple and holistic solutions to modern problems pertaining to our future.
 
Exhibition content

The Pakistan garden at the Antalya Expo follows the 'Chahar Bagh' (literally, ‘four gardens’) layout and would also have a Pakistan ‘Mughal’ style structure on an area of 400 sq. meters. The Garden area is divided into two sections divided by a single pathway symbolic of the path that balances the world perfectly. The path also signifies the importance of walking in the middle path with no extreme decisions or actions in order to have true harmony in the world and to highlight its importance as being precious to all past, present and future techniques pertaining to horticulture.  The ancient building represents the beauty and serenity of the past which must never be forgotten in

Activities

For the general public: The Pakistan garden and pavilion is designed on a self exploratory basis where visitors can enter and follow the defined path unassisted and on their own pace.
For the professionals: One on one meetings as well as B2B meetings can be arranged upon request.
 
Background

The Pakistan garden and pavilion focuses precisely upon its theme and its architecture follows the ancient Mughal style design of four gardens "Chahar bagh".

The Garden area is divided into two sections divided by a single pathway symbolic of the path that balances the world perfectly. The path also signifies the importance of walking in the middle path with no extreme decisions or actions in order to have true harmony in the world and to highlight its importance as being precious to all past, present and future techniques pertaining to horticulture.

The Pakistan pavilion building offers a glimpse into an indoor garden which symbolizes that good practices that benefit the future of our children should not be constrained by location, topography of other minor setbacks. Within the Pakistan pavilion the visitors will get a glimpses of the various historic, cultural, geographic and other colourful aspects of Pakistani  traditional  culture, its people and most importantly, its children.  Visitors can also take home a memory of Pakistan garden through special handmade souvenirs of Pakistan.  The building’s ancient architecture shall be constructed using modern techniques that further highlights the harmonious theme of the Expo wherein the ancient thoughts and knowledge are merged and further developed further using modern technology for the benefit of the city and humankind.