Pakistan is a country located in Southern Asia. It is the sixth most populated country in the world. It borders India, Afghanistan, Iran and China. The capital city of Pakistan is Islamabad, but its largest city is Karachi.[1]

Magical history

A delegate from present-day Pakistan was a member of the International Confederation of Wizards, and participated in the meeting held at the Magical Congress of the United States of America (MACUSA) on 6 December 1926.[2]

Magical government

Pakistan is administered by its own Ministry of Magic, and is affiliated with the greater wizarding world.[3]

Magical games and sports

Pakistan is said to have a flourishing trade of flying carpets, as the broomstick is a rarity in the East. Due to this, the sport of Quidditch is not as popular here compared to European countries.[3]

Food and beverages

Qizilbash Quality Confectionary, the company that produced Cauldron Cakes since 1854, was from this country.[4]

Magical creatures


The following creatures are all found worldwide:

Behind the scenes

  • In discussing the scene of the MACUSA meeting from the film inspired by Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them in the Pentagram Office, Colin Farrell praised Colleen Atwood's costuming: "There must have been two hundred actors and extras all in the different costumes. Wizards from Hungary, from Mongolia, from Russia, from Thailand, from Ireland, and from Pakistan. It was amazing. They all had culturally relevant garb but with a little wizarding flourish."[2]

External links

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Notes and references

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