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You must witness many strange buildings in the world and few of them are wonders but today we are going to take you to the land of beauty and peace, ...

Let us to take you a historical place of Chakwal city. Village Daultala is famous for its many historic buildings and places and Gurdwara Sahib Pehli Patshahi...

It is a Tehsil of District Rawalpindi, which is a big city basically and deserves to be a separate district. ...

Guide map of Murree by the City Traffic Police Rawalpindi In recent time the City Traffic Police Rawalpindi has issued a guide map of Murree and the driving...

Sargodha Pakistan It is not far from Chiniot and may take’ about one hour by car. It was established in 1903, but its origins are older. Till 1960,...

Chiniot Pakistan The town is situated on the left bank of the river Chenab at a three hours driving distance from Lahore and one hour from Faisalabad....

All around Lahore there are several cities located at three to four hour driving distances. Some of them have nothing for the visitors but one never knows...

 The most popular picnic spot around Lahore; however, is the Hiran Minar which is located in Sheikhupura district around 40 km. in the north west of Emperor...

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...