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Garden Of Mahabat Khan - Bagheechi

The garden was built by Mahabt Khan, surnamed Khan-e-Khanan, Yamin-ud-Daula. His original name was Zamana Beg, and he was son of Ghyur Beg of Kabul. Jahangir writes of him in his autobiography, "Zamana Beg son of Ghayur Beg, had gained the dign...

  • 2014-12-13 - By lahore

Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Announcing 6 Points At Lahore

Sheikh Mujibur Rahman [in photo] Announcing 6 Points at Lahore on February 5, 1966 which led to fall of Dhaka 

In 1970 elections Awami League had participated on the basis of these six points and secured majority in the National As...

  • 2014-12-15 - By siddique

Tomb Of Ali Mardan Khan

To find Ali Mardan Khan's tomb, traveling east on G.T. Road, you should turn right (south) on Mughalpura Road (formerly Wheatman Road or Vetman Road as it is locally called). As you approach the railway tracks, you need to keep a lookout for a ...

  • 2014-12-24 - By lahore

Double Decker Bus Service In Lahore

For the first time, these Leyland Double Decker buses were put on roads in Lahore city in 1951 by the Lahore Omnibus Service (LOS).

Lahorites had never seen a double deckerbus before & looked at it as if it was a new "wonder". It wa...

  • 2014-12-29 - By siddique

Lahore Memories - Eid Milad E Nabi Poster

74 years back, in year 1939, my father was doing his college (BA-Hons) from Islamia College Lahore, he and his buddies arranged a gathering of young Muslims to celebrate "Eid Milad e Nabi" a token of love and respect to the Holy Prophet (PBUH)....

  • 2015-01-04 - By lahore

Lahore Memories - Balraj Sahni Visit To Lahore C 1962

Mr Balrahj Sahni was one of the leading actors from Bombay's Film Industry. He did his M.A (English) from Government College, Lahore. His mentor was Ahmad Shah Bokhari, former Principal of Govt College and later representative of Pakistan in UN...

  • 2015-01-06 - By lahore

Pak India Border - Lalhon And Gowindi

The India–Pakistan Border, known locally as the International Border (IB), is an international border running between India and Pakistan that demarcates the Indian states and the four provinces of Pakistan. The border is running from the ...

  • 2015-01-13 - By lahore

Story Of Anarkali And Her Tomb At Lahore

It is now believed that Nadira Begum (named "Anarkali" due to her red like complexion  like a “pomegranate” in full bloom)  died in mysterious circumstances when Akbar was away in Deccan. 

There are different ...

  • 2015-01-19 - By siddique

Marble Pavilion At Charing Cross

It was a garden (now stands Punjab Assembly Hall), where this famous Canopy was laid out, a master piece of Bhai Ram Singh. 

Until 1951 this white marble Canopy displayed a bronze statue of Queen Victoria that facing to the Queens ...

  • 2015-01-23 - By siddique

People Of Lahore Circa 1860s

People of Lahore from the Book ""The people of India : a series of photographic illustrations, with descriptive letterpress, of the races and tribes of Hindustan" published London circa 1868-1875 in 8 volumes.

Remarkably comprehensive p...

  • 2015-01-25 - By siddique

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