Greater Iqbal Park was first named as Manto Park present in outskirts of walled city Lahore, since 1930’s. Renowned as the home of Minar-e-Pakistan and primarily this Park has historical importance because of 1940’s resolution of Pakistan. This 125-acre park includes an artificial lake which spreads over four acres which includes an 800-feet-long musical fountain.
No this story isn’t belong to today’s epoch of development, it’s something like a blast from past. The fact would be pretty surprising for you. In 1983, to encourage literacy in Pakistan and foster reading habits, The Asia Foundation undertakes a major project to provide “Box Libraries” throughout the Pakistan, utilizing buses as mobile libraries.