Make your AZM known with Azme Alishan

A friend referred to me this interesting site: Azme Alishan, which I personally think is a good online initiative for all Pakistanis.

The concept of the website is all about being a part of a journey towards a brighter tomorrow. You can register to claim your own pixel and declare yourself a Nishan-e-Azm. Every pixel represents one more Pakistani determined to bring Pakistan back to its rightful glory. As pixels are added in, we can see a colored picture of Minar-e-Pakistan emerging. You can also participate by SMS’ing your AZM<space>Name to 5454 (Rs. 1+GST).

The website also has added another campaign which is National Song Competition. Exciting for all those striving singers out there. Not only does it encourage people to submit their own song but also provides an opportunity for them to be a part of Azme Alishan National Song CD.

Some on-ground activities also happened in Lahore, like the Dia Activity where people lighted dia of their Azms – all building up and towards the 23rd of March, 2010.

You can be a part of this initiative as well. For more, check out their Facebook fanpage or Twitter.

I have made my Azm, have you made yours?

15 Comments so far

  1. Mulla Big Brother (unregistered) on March 19th, 2010 @ 8:58 am

    Another on of Zaid Hamad’s gimicks….

  2. Afreen (afreen) on March 19th, 2010 @ 10:33 am

    LOL, no way.

  3. Chutiyam-Sulphate (unregistered) on March 19th, 2010 @ 11:28 am

    ajeeb khar dimagh log hain.

    instead of any CONSTRUCTIVE activity…

    they will waste (Rs5+Gst) x 10,000,000 (1 for each pixel)

    for what.

    to show a picture

  4. Afreen (afreen) on March 19th, 2010 @ 11:35 am

    Oh wow, what mature comments. Open your eyes and see you can do it for free online. SMS is just an option. Read carefully first and comment. Also, keep the language to PG level.

  5. Chutiyam-Sulphate (unregistered) on March 19th, 2010 @ 11:40 am

    @ afreen.

    can you please identify any word which was not upto PG level.

    besides…end your hibernation.

    comeout and see what 10 yr olds talk in these days

  6. Afreen (afreen) on March 19th, 2010 @ 12:41 pm

    Stop with the presumptions, I know what kids talk about these days. Most of it I can’t even write about. But, do not post such comments that would need editing. Thanks.

  7. anti-behoodgi (unregistered) on March 19th, 2010 @ 2:02 pm

    No ‘About’ page or did I miss it? Achaa bahaana hai paisay baTornay kaa. Hum Pakistani hain, Pakistan mein rehtay haiN; hamaiN aisi cheezaiN nahi chaahiye. Karnay kay liye aur bhi bahut saaray kaam haiN. Sab se pahlay apnaa kaam aur apni zimma-daari tu saheeh se bajaa laao.

  8. Chutiyam-Sulphate (unregistered) on March 19th, 2010 @ 3:09 pm

    @ afreen.

    confused people like you with crooked morality issues get entrapped with such hair-brained ideas.

    would you also promote me….i am launching a ” buy a sony plasma TV for me, if you love pakistan campaign.

    silly people why the hell i need to pay (5+Gst) to these monkies to prove my love for the country

  9. nange batain (unregistered) on March 19th, 2010 @ 6:57 pm

    bhai jaan awam ko chay bananay ka tareeqa hay, woh baykar picture jo dekh dekh kar tang a chukay hain sab us per point scoring ka koi faida nahee hay, bohat hee baykar idea laye hain.

    Koi aisa kam kara jaye jis say kisi needy ki help ho jaye. Pakistani won’t buy this idea.

  10. nange batain (unregistered) on March 19th, 2010 @ 7:02 pm

    aik baat or kahoon ga with typical punjabi accent

    lore lore hay, lore lore hay
    sadda khanay peenay da mohol aye

    mian mammad nuuaaaz sharif jehra es project da eftetah karain gaye.

  11. The_Promise (unregistered) on March 19th, 2010 @ 7:46 pm

    As the topic demands,I’ll be civil;

    Every pixel represents one more Pakistani determined to bring Pakistan back to its rightful glory

    Since, as far back as we see there has never been glory in our past, I wonder what these folks are targeting? If we were Roman or Persian we could have an Azm for the return of the Empire.

    A better way to put it would be, “To make Pakistan live upto its promise” but then, what was the promise? Haven’t we fullfilled quite a few like:

    (1) We will be the sub-contracters for all the conflicts raging in the Muslim brotherhood and will re-inact them on our own soil.

    (2) We will choose the best thieves amongst us, to lead us.

    (3) We will re-instate the practice of burrying woman alive.

    (4) We will not let those amongst us who can build, have their way and force them to leave and build somewhere else.

    (5) We will abandon arts and make news media the number one source of entertainment.



  12. Chutiyam-Sulphate (unregistered) on March 19th, 2010 @ 7:50 pm

    @ nange batain.

    man u r so right…per yeh pakistani awam bhi na….her pathar ki nechay teen chay baithay hotay hain.

    is ajeeb ajeeb fazoliyat ke liye paisa aur energy nikkal ati hai….and when real constructive work is required ..salay sab bhag jatay hain kamron main

  13. Afreen (afreen) on March 19th, 2010 @ 8:19 pm

    anti behoodgi, zaroor, aap apni zimedariyaan khoob nibhaye.

    C-S, do you spend your waking hours debating about non existent matters, or is it just a hobby? SMS is just an option and my reference just told me the short code is Rs. 1 not 5. Whatever the facts maybe, I shared a site review and that is all.

  14. Mulla Big Brother (unregistered) on March 21st, 2010 @ 12:58 am

    This is another one of Zaid Hamid (aka Zaid the khalifa & sahabi of Yusuf the Kazzab Prophet) gimmicks. He’s built a network of similar-looking websites promoting the same thing in 10 different ways. This is freaky stuff. And now he’s collecting phone numbers and personal information via this “pixel” drama … in addition to the money. I wonder what he’s up to.

    @Afreen – you’re another one of his stooges right? I expect you to defend him to death. Just so that you know, this is what makes a cult.

  15. Afreen (afreen) on March 21st, 2010 @ 2:56 am

    I don’t like Zaid Hamid, neither I believe in his crooked philosophies. If you can’t recognize some people trying to do good for the country, it’s your decision. Stop spreading meaningless lies.

    I give respect to those who return it. Just because I’m a female blogger, doesn’t mean that you can call me degrading names. Comments are closed henceforth.

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