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Punjab's Twin Cities (Lahore-Amritsar) And Jallianwala Bagh Massacre

April 13, 1919 - Jallianwala Bagh Massacre When People of Punjab's Twin cities (Lahore-Amritsar) were on streets!

(in this rare Photo shown acceleration of Police to stop Demonstration in Amritsar)

 

By April 6, the...

  • 2015-04-09 - By siddique

Central Model School

Govt Central Model School, Lower Mall, Lahore

A prestigious institute known for it’s golden traditions and unique qualities was established in 1883 as middle school in the building of Anarkali Girls High School, o...

  • 2015-05-06 - By siddique

Lahore Railway Station

Lahore Railway Station was literally the first purpose-built British imperial building, its foundation stone haying been laid by John Lawrence in 1859, and it cost half a million rupees to build. 

Lahore Railway Station is represen...

  • 2015-05-28 - By siddique

Walled City Of Lahore

The Walled City of Lahore, also known as the "Old City", or "Androon Shehr" that was fortified by a city wall during the Mughal era In the Mughal days, the Old City was surrounded by a 9 meter high brick wall and had a rampart running around it...

  • 2015-06-21 - By siddique

United Christian Hospital (Uch) - A Neglected Hospital Of Lahore

Once Lahore's first state of the art Hospital UCH, Gulberg III (Photo c. 1960s by Pat Pickard) established in early 1960s, now in a bad shape and losing it's grandeur.

It was a time when people can see it's cross that used to be illumin...

  • 2015-07-08 - By siddique

Islamic Summit Minar Charing Cross

The Islamic Summit Minar is an obelisk-shape structure, in front of Punjab Assembly Hall at the Charing Cross, Mall Road in Lahore. It was built to commemorate the Organisation of Islamic Conference held in Lahore from February 22 to ...

  • 2015-07-11 - By siddique

19th Century Watercolor Drawings Of Lahore Monuments

Watercolour of a views of Lahore, Punjab, by an anonymous artists c. 1825-1880

Lahore has been subject to many different ruling dynasties over the centuries. As Mughal Emperor Akbar's capital city, Lahore, from 1584 to 1598, c...

  • 2015-08-23 - By siddique

Zamzam Cold Drink At The Mall - Lahore

Which Lahorite will not remember a light-green coloured Chevrolet truck (Green Circled in Photo taken by Mr. Shahid Zaidi in 1959) parked at one or two well chosen spots on the Mall selling Zam Zam cola and A Vimto Soda under a Rupee. ...

  • 2015-09-13 - By siddique

Memories Of Model Town - Lahore

by Parkash Tandon

FOR the first generation of professional men in the Punjab it had been the natural thing after retirement to go back to the place they came from, and spend their last years as respected elder, village or small...

  • 2015-10-22 - By siddique

Dildar Pervaiz Bhatti

Dildar Pervaiz Bhatti ( 30 November 1948 – 30 October 1994) was a leading TV, Radio Punjabi compere and announcer, and a teacher by profession with a Master's in English literature.

He became lecturer of English literature at...

  • 2015-10-30 - By siddique

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