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.
Cypress Tomb or Sarvwala Maqbara, built mid-18th century. It holds the body of Sharfun Nisa Begum. She was the sister of Nawab Zakaria Khan Mughal. Cypress Tomb is located about 200 meters north of Dai Anga’s tomb. Its name derives from the cypress tree ornamentation on the upper portion of the tomb surrounded with flowering plants. The
Its one of the Lahore’s national monument and has been converted to museum known as Javed Manzil, once home of poet Allama Muhammad Iqbal. It was a beautiful residence of Allama Iqbal, he came back to Lahore and started living here after getting his higher education from Britain and Germany. There are many other places
Lahore being the heart of Pakistan housed some of the country’s biggest universities and colleges as well was renowned education system specially with institutes such as Aitchison College and Government College. With such institutes, the city was prone to produce jewels in the form of poets and intellectuals. One of the all time great poets of
The Masjid Wazir Khan is one of the beautiful, elegant and stunning mosques of the world and is a great landmark of architecture. Mosque of Wazir Khan is famous for its colorful fresco and tile decorations, both in its interior and exterior. It was built in seven years, starting around 1634-1635 AD, during the reign of