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.
Despite the rapid industrialization and infrastructural transformation over the years, Lahore is still privileged as a home to historical masterpieces. Through the years, this provincial capital has become abundant with pride for securing the antique display beauty of ancient landmarks which are standing like icons and narrating their classical stories. With a strong modification strategy,