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Pakistan Monument


Pakistan Monument, new monument that has recently been built and erected in Islamabad reflects the unity of the four provinces and three territories. There had been a nationwide competition organized in which renowned architects participated. After a lot of consideration, judges finally approved the design proposed by Mr. Arif Masood. The concept behind the design was representation of a blooming flower ... Read More »



Bangles are a part and parcel of ladies’ outfit without which no celebration is complete in Pakistan. They enhance the beauty and delicacy of female wrists. On Eid, wedding ceremonies and other functions, bangles are considered compulsory for ladies. Ladies are especially enthusiastic on blissful occasions. A tradition with new designing and color combinations makes bangles inevitable for all cheerful moments. ... Read More »

Abbasi Graveyard (Fort Derawar)


Abbasi Graveyard: The state of Bahawalpur enjoys the honor to join Pakistan soon after the establishment when the Raja of the state announced to affiliate with Pakistan so the abbasi graveyard Locating in the south of the river Sutlej and being a part of the Cholistan, Bahawalpur is famous for its historical monuments of the Abbasid dynasty. It was founded ... Read More »

Martyrs (A Tale of Pakistani Woman)


That was the beautiful day of her life, the day when the Raj Kumar of her dreams came on Buggy and she had to go with her, leaving behind her family, friend, memories and all that which she got from her parents’ home. She was the daughter of a Martyr. Her father was Captain in Army. Since childhood she was well ... Read More »

Abbasi Mosque (Fort Darawar)


The evening is flooding into the grandeur of the Abbasi Mosque Bahawalpur and I am standing out of it and thinking. over the callousness of time which sweeps everything away. The sky-high minarets of the mosques are perhaps looking for the bygone caravans who erected them in the desert of Cholistan. The dusk embracing with the beautiful architecture of the ... Read More »



Charkha (spinning wheel) is the part of Pakistan’s culture. It is used to spin thread or yarn from fiber used in textile industry. In the rural areas of Punjab it used to be multi-faceted activity in the long nights of winter. The ladies used to spin yarn or thread and sing “Heer” (a folk song) or other folk or local ... Read More »

Fort Derawar


Passing by the Cholistan of Bahawalpur, Fort Derawar, the history looks back and talks of the bygone lanes. The slow sauntering camels ring the knells in the silence of the desert. And their feet imprint their existence on the sand and are very soon swept away by the wind. Soliloquy of the past can be heard in the citadels erected ... Read More »

Minar e Pakistan


Minar e Pakistan is not limited to a tall minaret only. It commemorates a historic event which formed the basis of Pakistan’s creation. Yes we are talking about a beautiful, tall minaret of modern architecture situated on the same site (Iqbal Park Lahore) where on March 23, 1940 Pakistan Resolution was passed to demand a separate homeland for Muslims residing in Indo-Pak Subcontinent. ... Read More »

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