Karachi development of parks green belts – page 13 – skyscrapercity cure for heartburn in pregnancy

@dizzie35 Check the Karachi Gandhi garden old trees, well kept(actually not well kept but not cut and chopped). All is needed is no cutting and chopping of trees, it is not about maintaining and not about fertile soil. It is actually the apathy and the carelessness, lack of love of the city and the Sindh government for trees and wooded areas and their love for cosmetic and decorative flashy things(like flower beds and cheap sculptures).

Check trees at the British high commission in Clifton, full of grown up tall trees, many residences in Clifton are full with green areas. The thing is Karachi is relatively green because of the trees in the residential homes…parks, ironically are all barren specially the redone so called model parks done in grid pattern…that was the final devastation of parks, all grid pattern where they should have followed some natural flowing organic design.


Like the city is all in grid people go to parks to get some peace of mind and get closer to nature …and nature doesn’t looks good in grid and symmetrical patterns, has to be asymmetric and organicm like F-9 park Isloo…many other examples in Karachi too like the Nisar Shaheed park looks OK, with trees growing and no chopping there.

@dizzie35 Check the Karachi Gandhi garden old trees, well kept(actually not well kept but not cut and chopped). All is needed is no cutting and chopping of trees, it is not about maintaining and not about fertile soil. It is actually the apathy and the carelessness, lack of love of the city and the Sindh government for trees and wooded areas and their love for cosmetic and decorative flashy things(like flower beds and cheap sculptures).

Check trees at the British high commission in Clifton, full of grown up tall trees, many residences in Clifton are full with green areas. The thing is Karachi is relatively green because of the trees in the residential homes…parks, ironically are all barren specially the redone so called model parks done in grid pattern…that was the final devastation of parks, all grid pattern where they should have followed some natural flowing organic design. Like the city is all in grid people go to parks to get some peace of mind and get closer to nature …and nature doesn’t looks good in grid and symmetrical patterns, has to be asymmetric and organicm like F-9 park Isloo…many other examples in Karachi too like the Nisar Shaheed park looks OK, with trees growing and no chopping there.

@dizzie35 Check the Karachi Gandhi garden old trees, well kept(actually not well kept but not cut and chopped). All is needed is no cutting and chopping of trees, it is not about maintaining and not about fertile soil. It is actually the apathy and the carelessness, lack of love of the city and the Sindh government for trees and wooded areas and their love for cosmetic and decorative flashy things(like flower beds and cheap sculptures).

Check trees at the British high commission in Clifton, full of grown up tall trees, many residences in Clifton are full with green areas. The thing is Karachi is relatively green because of the trees in the residential homes…parks, ironically are all barren specially the redone so called model parks done in grid pattern…that was the final devastation of parks, all grid pattern where they should have followed some natural flowing organic design. Like the city is all in grid people go to parks to get some peace of mind and get closer to nature …and nature doesn’t looks good in grid and symmetrical patterns, has to be asymmetric and organicm like F-9 park Isloo…many other examples in Karachi too like the Nisar Shaheed park looks OK, with trees growing and no chopping there.