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Tomb of Shams Tabraiz


There is no doubt to say that Pakistan is very rich and a country that full of many types of treasures. These treasures are available under the soil of the Pakistan in the shape of natural elements and also over the soil of the Pakistan. Pakistan’s natural beauty, the historical buildings, Tombs, Mausoleums are also considered the cultural treasures of ... Read More »

Jhelum Valley


After Prophet Noah’s flood, Kashmir is said to be the first mass of land to emerge. It is a place from prehistoric era and consists of magnificent pieces of history. Jhelum Valley is based on different beliefs of prehistoric times and is situated at the starting point of River Jhelum. The river is one of the largest rivers of Pakistan, ... Read More »

The Tomb of Hazrat Bahauddin Zakria (RA)


Multan is the sacred city of Pakistan. The city is famous for the shrines, Masjids, and symbolic tombs of the Aulia Allah (The Saints). Multan is the only city of Pakistan that has the pride over the other cities of the country to welcome a large number of the respected and noble personalities of the Muslims. The ruin of Western ... Read More »

Dagbir Mosque

Dagbir Mosque

Dagbir Mosque is an old mosque made by bricks in the historic town of Thatta in the Sindh Province. Thatta is located at some 100 km east of Karachi which is the capital of Sindh Province. City of Thatta once leading the Indus delta was the capital of Sindh during 14th century. It provides a convenient run away for citizens of ... Read More »

Namal Valley


Pakistan is a beautiful country and has many eye-catching areas and places that are very famous for their uniqueness, their natural beauty all around the world. The tourists from all over the country and from the whole world have visited Pakistan to entertain themselves while visiting these natural attractions. Pakistan’s tourist attractions areas are among the best areas of the ... Read More »

Tomb of Waris Shah


The great Sufi poet Waris Shah was born in 1722 in Sheikhupura, Punjab. He is known as one of the best Punjabi poets. His folk tale known as Heer-Ranjha got popularity not only in Pakistan but crossed the borders as well. He died in 1798 but his work made him immortal. His tomb is in Jandiala Sher Khan and is ... Read More »

Shah Jahan Mosque


Shah Jahan Mosque, located in the city of Thatta in the Sindh Province of Pakistan was built by Shah Jahan, a Mughal Emperor. Thatta (also known Thatto in local areas) is located (60 miles / 100km) in east of Karachi, the provincial capital of Sindh. It’s an important and historical city of Sindh. With Arabian Sea and Indus River on ... Read More »

Tomb of Mirza Essa Khan Tarkhan


Makli is considered to be the largest burial ground of the world about eight KM in diameters located at few distance from Thatta the capital of Sindh in the 17th century. This place Makli, is believed to be the burial place of more than 1.2 million famous and most popular Sufi saints. This place was listed in the world heritage list ... Read More »

Satpara Lake


Northern parts of Pakistan are contingent on the most beautiful lakes and mountains. These parts are considered as the best tourist attraction and tourists of the world love to visit these parts. The lakes there offer attractive scenes making one’s visit more adventurous and Satpara Lake is one of them. It is located near Skardu. The lake is fed by ... Read More »

Tomb of Jam Nizamuddin


Jam Nizamuddin Son of Jam Sadr Udn Bin Jam Umar was the most eminent and popular leader of Sama Dynasty. Jam Nizamuddin was born on 25th Rabiul Awal 1439 A.D in Thatta, ruled over Sindh and the other part of different provinces (1351 to 1551 CE). He was also called Jam Nanda. The power and the hold were reached at the ... Read More »

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