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In Pakistan, it is the Longest Day of the Year, Lasting about 14 Hours

In Pakistan, it is the Longest day of the year with about 14 hours of daylight. The amount of daylight will vary in different cities across the country. A day in Karachi is thirteen hours and forty-one minutes long. Compared to the winter solstice in December, when the city receives only 10 hours and 33 minutes of daylight, this is a remarkable advantage.

There will be 14 hours and 32 minutes of light in the capital Islamabad. This means that compared to the shortest days of winter, locals will see about four hours of extra daylight.

Daylight in Lahore today will be around fourteen hours and twelve minutes. The city spends about nine hours and forty-eight minutes at night, as the sun rises at 4:57 am and sets at 7:09 pm. The number of daylight hours will gradually decrease as summer progresses. This will continue until September 22, the autumnal equinox, when day and night are approximately equal in length.

The tilt of the Earth’s axis and its orbit around the Sun are the causes of these fluctuations in daylight, which are part of the naturally occurring seasonal cycle. Summer solstice is marked by longer days like today, giving people plenty of time to get outside and enjoy the warm weather.



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