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(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});  The most popular picnic spot around Lahore; however, is the Hiran Minar which is located...

Jallo Park This amusement Jallo park was planned in 1977 as a picnic spot. Spread over an area of 450 acres in the vicinity of Lahore city, it has vast...

Pakistan came into existence in the year 1947 from India. Both the countries have a long border that starts from Kashmir and end at the Arabian waters....

There are some excellent picnic spots around Lahore. For the lovers of trees and greenery there is Changa Manga Forest, about 80 km. from Lahore, towards...

Lastly, at suitable strategic points there were forts for the control of traffic and invasion. Two of these are at Rohtas and another at Gujrat. Yet another,...

In addition to the provision of Kos Minars or distance-marks and Serais or shelters, the Mughals improved the water-supply along the line of these arterial...

From the time of Asoka onwards, the arterial roads of India were a constant care of the major administrations. The Sarak-e-Azam, GT Road or Grand Trunk...

The great Badshahi mosque, to the west of Lahore fort, was built in A.D. 1673-74 under the supervision of Aurangzeb’s foster-brother and Master of Ordnance,...

Amongst the many tiled building of Lahore, the gateway known as the Chauburji, on the west side of the Multan road some two miles south of the fort, occupies...

The emperor Jahangir died in camp on a return journey from Kashmir in 1627, and was buried at Shahdara, 3 miles north-West of Lahore at that time. The...

The tomb of Jahangir’s famous empress, Nur Jahan or Light of the World, lies near that of her brother, to the west of Jahangir’s tomb. ...

Anarkali or “Pomegranate Blossom” was the nickname of an attractive girl who was brought up in Akbar’s harem and was suspected by the emperor of...

100 yards outside the East or Masti (Masjidi) Gate of Lahore fort stands the oldest dated mosque in the city, founded, as an inscription on the north entrance...

A building of outstanding distinction, not merely in Lahore but in the Indo-Pakistan sub-continent, is the Wazir Khan Mosque built in the old city in...

In Pakistan, the earliest characteristic Work of the Mughal period was, in fact, built by the Afghan interloper, Sher Shah Suri, who usurped the throne...

Potentially one of the most important ancient sites of Asia is represented by a group of imposing mounds at Charsada another Buddhist site, a village in...

Some 3 miles to the south-west of Takht Bhai ( a Buddhist site), on the plain, the village of Sahri Bahlol occupies the site of a small ancient town, from...

Today probably the best-known monument in the Peshawar district Khyber Paktunkha is the Buddhist site monastery of Takht bhai, on a rocky ridge about 10...

Let us introduce you few Buddhist Sites in Pakistan. In the south-eastern outskirts of Peshawar, near the Ganj Gate, stood the mighty stupa, the most famous...

Bank Road Saddar is the most important commercial area of the Rawalpindi city. A road which is just below 2 kilometres, that starts from Bank Road turn...