Karachiites Reacted To Rain In The Most “Karachi” Way Possible

By Arslan Athar | 30 Jun, 2016

After about a year of very little to no rain, the clouds over Karachi poured and poured and poured some more. In a few words, it was bad. But baarish ke turse hue Karachiites still celebrated the arrival of the first (and hopefully not the last) Monsoon rains in their city. And their reactions couldn’t have been more Karachi-esque.


The awesome mausam at the beach just had to be featured

We aren’t saying whether or not this picture makes us jealous, but we get it Karachi, you have a beach (or several beaches), get over yourself.


And the ‘Happy Clouds’ 


There was appreciation for the duas that make #KarachiRain happen


Karachi = Whole Universe for some of the folks


Kids were seen enjoying their new swimming pool


BaRiSh lOvEr staahp! 


Ye hui na baat


Killers became chillers in the rain


And of course, hate was send towards Lahore and Islamabad

Here’s hoping the rain keeps coming, because baarish is awesome and Karachi sure needs to cool down a bit.

Waise, Karachi ho ya Lahore, Monsoon rain is awesome.


Cover Image via: Dawn

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