As a kid I was often told and taught that Lahore is a cultural hub and heart of Pakistan. This city is filled with wonders and has history associated to its every nook and corner. Being a kid I never use to believe what was told or taught to me and thought that it is
Lahore is famously known for its lush green areas, parks and gardens. If we look a few years back, Lahore had become a concrete city, with tall buildings, wide roads, and extensive fly overs. It was then Parks and Horticulture Authority came to its rescue. Park and Horticulture Authority which known as PHA, that has
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.