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Badshahi Mosque

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Badshahi Mosque is located in the walled city of Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. It is the second largest mosque in Pakistan and South Asia and is considered the fifth largest mosque of the world. In 1671, the sixth Mughal Emperor, Aurangzaib Alamgir, commissioned the construction of the mosque. It took two years to complete the construction of mosque. This mosque was ... Read More »

Diji Kot Fort

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A fort known as Diji Kot Fort is located in the town of Diji Kot in Khairpur District, Pakistan. This town is located at the edge of Nara-Rajasthan Desert that is about 25 miles east of Indus River. The Diji Kot Fort was previously known as Ahmadabad Fort. The Persian architect Ahmed designed this fort and fort was named after ... Read More »

Pathany Khan

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Pathany Khan is one of great folk singers of Pakistan. He sang Serieki folk. He was born in 1926 in a small village named Tambu Wali Basti in Thal desert. He usually sang the sufi poetry of Khwaja Ghulam Fareed and Shah Hussain. His actual name was Ghulam Muhammad. He was a kid when his father got married third time ... Read More »

Qulfi

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If you were born in somewhere between 1970’s to 80’s, spent childhood in these years, went to school, park or at picnic with your family in summers, then you must have remembered the bell which took you out of home, when its break time in school or at off time your there would be lot of Thela’s selling different things ... Read More »

Omer Hayat Mahal

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Omer Hayat Mahal is a wooden architectural wonder of Chiniot, Pakistan. It was built in 19th century and also known as Gulzar Manzil. Omer Hayat Mahal is located in the heart of city and was a five story building. In 1993, because of storms and heavy rainfall the upper two stories were removed that were affecting the adjoining buildings. For ... 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 »

Noor Mahal

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The Noor Mahal located in (Bahawalpur Punjab, Pakistan), was constructed in 1872. It belonged to the Nawab of Bahawalpur (the emperor of the state) during British rule. Noor Mahal is one of the memorials in Pakistan, a castle constructed in Italian style, the property of ruler Nawab Sadiq Muhammad Khan IV, Nawab (emperor) of Bahawalpur State. It is amongst the ... Read More »

Gorakh Hill

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GORAKH HILLS At a distance of 450 kilometers from Karachi in northward direction and 100 kilometers in the west of Dadu lies a beautiful place called Gorakh hills Station. It is situated at height of 5668 feet above the sea level and is a part of Kirthar mountain range.  This hill station covers an area of about 2400 acres, out ... Read More »

Thtta & Makli Hill Graveyard

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Thatta is considered as one of the oldest city of Sindh. It is situated on the west of the Arabian Sea and Indus River, East of the Karachi city and spread over the area of 98 Kilometers. ‘Thatto‘ is the name of the Thatta city in Sindhi language. The chief crop grown here is Sugar cane, and because the area ... Read More »

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