Village Life Pakistan


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Solar Tube-Well Sysyem in Punjab Pakistan
That's a heck of a stream of water my friend, how many gallon's per minute would you guess, that's quite a motor turning that pump, high volume fairly low pressure..... here in the states we flow a lot more pressure in much smaller pipes for household water systems in the country...

but we do have large irrigation tubes around certain areas close to the river.... so I would imagine that would be similar pressure...
 

Wuraid Khan

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That's a heck of a stream of water my friend, how many gallon's per minute would you guess, that's quite a motor turning that pump, high volume fairly low pressure..... here in the states we flow a lot more pressure in much smaller pipes for household water systems in the country...

but we do have large irrigation tubes around certain areas close to the river.... so I would imagine that would be similar pressure...
Dear not sure about gallon's per minute. But these motors are widely used here in Punjab Pakistan for Irrigation purpose on solar systems & electricity.
 

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Typical Village Cultural Highlights in Summer
I was very impressed with Pakistan's President Imran Khan, he struck me as bright and articulate, and a wise man, I'm very hopeful for Pakistan, and US/Pakistan relations in the future.... any relation brother??

I've been very impressed with this series of pictures of rural life in Pakistan, in my childhood, Central Illinois had no running water, still used out houses, (you know the corn cob and Sear's catalogue), we pumped water with a hand pump, fortunately there is a lot of water about 14 to 24 feet down... so Pakistan is building for the future, when the Ag economy is good, everybody prospers.....

our Soybeans are finally, finally starting to look good, we had a very, very late spring planting, and the crop is generally below average in population and very late, so we will see....

mods feel free to edit, I was indeed very impressed and pleasantly so
 

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I was very impressed with Pakistan's President Imran Khan, he struck me as bright and articulate, and a wise man, I'm very hopeful for Pakistan, and US/Pakistan relations in the future.... any relation brother??

I've been very impressed with this series of pictures of rural life in Pakistan, in my childhood, Central Illinois had no running water, still used out houses, (you know the corn cob and Sear's catalogue), we pumped water with a hand pump, fortunately there is a lot of water about 14 to 24 feet down... so Pakistan is building for the future, when the Ag economy is good, everybody prospers.....

our Soybeans are finally, finally starting to look good, we had a very, very late spring planting, and the crop is generally below average in population and very late, so we will see....

mods feel free to edit, I was indeed very impressed and pleasantly so
Thanks dear for Liking, Yeah Pakistan is rich in Culture & resources, hopefully Imran Khan will Lead this country Well. You seems to be true nature lover (especially the village culture & nature).
 

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