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Qutb-Ud-Din Aibak's Tomb

Qutb-ud-din was a Turk of the Aibak tribe and was born somewhere in Central Asia. He rose through the ranks to become Sultan Ghori's most trusted general. His greatest military successes occurred while he was directly under Sultan Ghori guidanc...

  • 2015-03-13 - By lahore

Mohammad Rafi - A Great Contribution Of Lahore To The Music World

Mohammad Rafi, was one such great contribution of Lahore to India and the rest of the world. 

Born 24 December  1924, in a village near Amritsar,  his father shifted to Lahore and opened up a men's salon in Noor Mohalla, ...

  • 2015-03-18 - By siddique

Bhagat Singh And Lahore Conspiracy Case

March 23, 1931: Bhagat Singh and two of his associates were sentenced to death at the Lahore Central Jail in Lahore conspiracy case.

On 17 March 1931, the Home Secretary, Punjab, sent a telegram to the Home Department, New Delhi, fixing...

  • 2015-03-23 - By siddique

King Edward Medical University

The original idea for the establishment of a medical college for the undivided Punjab was placed before the Imperial Government in 1857, but shelved because of ‘War of Independence’, The need was so great that is was decided to make...

  • 2015-04-08 - By siddique

Funeral Procession Of Sir Allama Muhammad Iqbal

Iqbal was a poet who inspired Muslims with the spirit and determination to restore to Islam its former glory and although he is no more with us, his memory will grow younger and younger with the progress and development of Muslim India.

  • 2015-04-21 - By lahore

  • Telegraph Office, The Mall - Lahore

    Telegraph Office, The Mall - Lahore

    Central Telegraph Office building was built in 1882 separately from that of the General Post Office on the site of its present Central Telephone & Telegraph Office opposite the present day GPO.

    • 2015-04-30 - By siddique

    Hippies In Lahore

    A group of hippies (British, French and American) wait for a bus in Lahore (1972). Pakistan was an important destination on what was called the ‘Hippie Trail.’

    The trail was used by thousands of young European and American b...

    • 2015-05-20 - By siddique

    Alamgiri Gate - Lahore Fort

    The Alamgiri Gate of Lahore Fort, built by Aurangzeb in 1673. It's the main entrance to the Lahore Fort from west facing Badshahi Mosque. The monumental gateway is an imposing vestibule flanked by two semi-circular bastions that ...

    • 2015-06-14 - By siddique

    Ahmad Shah Patras Bukhari

    Syed Ahmed Shah (commonly known as Patras Bokhari ) -(b:1 October 1898 – d:5 December 1958 ) was an Urdu humourist, educator, essayist, broadcaster and diplomat from Pakistan. He is best known for his humorous writings in Urdu literature....

    • 2015-07-02 - By siddique

    Lahore - 14.2 Bloody Miles

    September 1965 - When the Indian troops were advancing towards Lahore in 1965, they faced severe resistance from the Pakistani armed forces. To boost the morale, the Indian commander told the troops on the wireless communication that Lahore is ...

    • 2015-09-02 - By siddique

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