Bahrain City in Swat Valley, Pakistan
Swat is a one of the beautiful valley in Pakistan located 170 kilometer from Islamabad. Saidu Sharif,is the capital of Swat,but the main town in the Swat valley is Mingora.
Various religions have flourished here including the cradle of many Buddhist part of Gandhara. The imprints of their culture can be easily seen in archaeological .Buddhism, spread to other parts of Asia from here. This great progress became possible due to personal dedication of King Ashoka to Buddhism. During his reign, Buddhism spread to Japan, Tibet, China and Bhutan.
Swat was a princely state in the North West Frontier Province until it was dissolved in 1969. It’s natural beauty of high mountains, green meadows and clear lakes has earned Swat a reputation as “the Switzerland of Pakistan.”