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Nerian Sharif

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Khwaja Pir Ghulam Mohiduddin Ghaznavi, a prominent saints of the Naqshbandi chain, malformed an unpopulated land into a center of religious and Islamic guidance. In earlier times Narian Sharif was a jungle, a habitat for wild animals and was fully covered with trees and plants. Due to its location many were unaware of this beautiful place as it was not ... Read More »

Koh-e-Murad

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Koh-e-Murad is a famous shrine of Turbat, Balochistan. It is a holy place for Zikris where they usually offer their prayers. Sayed Muhammad Janpuri the founder of Zikris and Imama-e- Aakhiruzamaan visited this place as stated by many Zikris. On every 27th of Ramadan the members of Zikris get together for ziarat of this holy shrine. The faith of Zikris ... Read More »

Samadhi of Ranjit Singh

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A Sikh ruler Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s mausoleum is located near Lahore Fort and Badshahi Mosque in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. This place is called Samadhi of Ranjit Singh. The place where Ranjit Singh was cremated; construction was started on that spot by his son Kharak Singh. Later in 1848, his youngest son Duleep Singh completed the construction. The tomb reflects the ... Read More »

Sehwan Sharif:city of Hazrat Laal Shahbaz Qalandar

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Sehwan Sharif is considered as one of the most important historical places of Sindh. It is situated at a distance of 193 kilometers from Karachi on the right bank of river Indus in the Jamshoro District. The latitude of Sehwan is 264,333 and longitude is 678,667. It is a small city which comprises of total population of about 41,500 people ... Read More »

Shrine of Hazrat Bahauddin Zakariya

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Pakistan is a place where Islam and peace spread by the help of holy saints. One of those saint was Hazrat Bahauddin Zakariya. Hazrat Bahauddin Zakariya, whose full name was Sheikh Kabir Sheikh ul salam Baha ud Din  Zakaria  Al-Asadi Al Hashmi, was born at Kot Kehror, a village of Layyah District near Multan, Punjab, Pakistan, around 1170 Hijri. After ... Read More »

Bibi Pak Daman

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Bibi Pak Daman is the name of a mausoleum situated near Empress Road Lahore. It is a crowded and massively visited monument. This place holds graves of six women.  Meaning of the name Bibi Pak Daman is “chaste lady” or “Lady of Purity”. This name refers collectively to all six women buried inside the tomb but some say it refers ... Read More »

Baba Guru Nanak Janam Bhoomi

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Nankana Sahab formerly known as Rai-Bhoi-Di-Talwandi is the capital city of the district named Nankana Sahab in a Province of Pakistan, Punjab. This city is famous for its high historic and religious value. The name of the city is after the name of first guru of the Sikhs known as Nanak Dev. This city is of very importance for the ... Read More »

Chaukhandi Tombs

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Chaukhandi tombs, it is a graveyard located near Landhi town on N-5 National Highway, 29 kilometers of east Karachi. These tombs are remarkable and unique because of its stone carving. This unique architecture style can only be seen in Sindh and cannot be found anywhere else in the Islamic world. Chaunkhandi tombs are attributed to Jokhio. Jokhio was a tribe ... Read More »

Bibi Pak Daman in 2011

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The shrine/sepulcher of Ruqayyah binte Ali is acknowledged as Bibi Pak Daman. Fables tell us that the mausoleum holds the crypts of six females from Muhammad’s PBUH ménage. These ladies include Ruqayyah binte Ali, who was the female spawn of Prophet Muhammad’s PBUH son-in-law and cousin Ali ibn Talib with his consort Umm-ul-Bannin binte Huzaam. Bibi Pak Daman, meaning “females ... Read More »

Noor Jehan Tomb

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Traveling from Gujranwala to Lahore a small town is situated, before Ravi toll point, the entranceway of Lahore, with a lot of historical background of Mughal Empire. This is Shahdra, a town that like by the Mughal’s very well and they build many gardens, Bara daree (A garden that have twelve doors) and their own tombs. Her real name was Mehar-Un-Nisa, and she was the ... Read More »

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