13 Pakistani Instagram Accounts You Need To Follow If You're A Book Lover

By Hurmat Riaz | 3 Sep, 2017

A book lover truly appreciates everyone in the community of fellow book worms, and these folks are going to blow you away.

#bookstagram is a tag that bibliophiles and readers use to share their books or current reads on Instagram. Bookstagramming has become a sort of art because people put a lot of time into taking aesthetically pleasing pictures of their books. Instead of flaunting their looks, they flaunt their books. Pakistani bookstagrammers give you a hope that reading is not a dying art and there’s still a lot out there who cares about reading and sharing books.

Here are some bookstagrammers from Pakistan who’ll want every book lover fall in love with their stuff:


1. This person who balances their love for reading with their love of fashion, like a pro

Books with your traditional jhumkay and bangles? Sure, why not.

'The Prince of Dreams'. We've all made them up at some point or still do. Don't we? ? Today was a hectic day. My sister is here and she will be staying until tomorrow evening. I have three nephews and they are a handful. I'm distracted all the time when they're here and hardly get anything done. Three baby boys=chaos. Here's the best that I could do (while shouting at the top of my lungs at the elder two to keep an eye on the little one and that I'll be there in a sec. Their mother and grandmother dearest were out shopping). #bookstagram #bookstagrampak #bookstagrampakistan #bookstagramming #bookstagrammer #booksofinstagram #bookish #bookaholic #bookworm #bookdragon #booklover #booksandjewellery #gold #theprinceofdreams #openbook

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2. And this Harry Potter nerd being simple yet perfect

Little Hedwig being a fantastic beast *_*


3. How about these books with fairy lights because they light up your heart?


4. Or this gorgeous image of what your idea of heaven is


5. This fancy Instagram image is sure to make every book lover envious, in a good way


6. And this beautiful image will take you on a journey across the world

Happy #Saturday #bookstagram ☀️ • • The Tale of Four Dervishes is a collection of stories that I originally read in Urdu a long time ago and it was equally fun reading this English translation of Mir Amman's works. Written in a style similar to that of Arabian Nights/1001 Nights, this book gives you story within story within story within story….which sometimes makes it hard for you to keep track of what's going on ? But I discover something new everytime I read it. It's ???? for me. • • • Goodreads synopsis: "Originally composed in the fourteenth century by Amir Khusrau and made popular in 1803 by Mir Amman's colloquial retelling, this wonderfully entertaining story paints a portrait of a distant and colorful time and place. In despair at having no son to succeed him, the king of Turkey leaves his palace to live in seclusion. Soon afterward, however, he encounters four wandering dervishes; three princes and a rich merchant, who have been guided to Turkey by a supernatural force that prophesied their meeting. As the five men sit together in the dead of night sharing their tales of lost love, a magnificent landscape reveals courtly intrigue and romance, fairies and djinn, oriental gardens and lavish feasts. A Tale of Four Dervishes (1803) is an exquisite example of fiction that provides a fascinating glimpse into the customs, beliefs and people of the time." • • • • • • • • • •

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7. This color coded book and bookmark collection is definitely picture perfect

Some bookish rainbow and bookmark love ?. ○

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8. And this rustic image is how every book lover wants to welcome the forthcoming winter season

i know i should crumble for better reasons but have you seen that boy he brings the sun to its knees every night . Just finished this small poetry book and it was lovely ❤❤ It was very raw and heartbreaking but the thing I loved about it was that it was simple but effective. It didn't use large words with ambiguous meanings, but weaved simple words into something poetic. It read more like prose than traditional poetry and I liked that about it because it made this book more accessible. You don't have to be a big fan of poetry to enjoy this book. (As a matter of fact this is the first poetry book I've ever tried) If you're looking for something quick but meaningful, I would recommend this ?? . 4/5 stars! ⭐⭐⭐⭐ . #bookstagram #bookstagrammer #bookstagrampak #bookstagrampakistan #bookish #poetry #reading #prose #milkandhoney #bookstagramfeature #bookishfeatures #bookstagramappreciation #igreads #bookworm #bookphotography #booknerd

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9. For someone who really loves their books a fancy bag to boot is what you always need


10. And if people can take photos with flowers why can’t books?


11. This image is the perfect depiction of how there’s no such thing as a “mess” when it comes to books


12. And this one’s for everyone who wants to get lost in words


13. So set the mood with all your favorite things and your favorite read because it’s all about loving them books, right?


Books are the ultimate source of happiness to uplift your mood. So cozy up with a book and have a nice, quiet time.


Cover image via: Dharma Productions

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