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.
THE PACKAGES MALL is one of the top commercial developments in the city, located on Walton road Lahore. It’s a new retail and commercial project in the city by Packages limited. This mall is offering retails shops and commercial spaces for lease. Most of the commercial spaces in the Packages Mall have been rented out
Bano Qudsia a writer of dark and awe inspiring fictions. She was a celebrated author and screen play writer, was born in Ferozpur, East Punjab, on November 28, 1928. Bano migrated to Lahore with her family during partition of the subcontinent in 1947. Her father was a landlord, died when she was quite young. Since,
A new addition in botanical gardens in Lahore after a long time, is Botanical Garden Jallo Park. Garden located near wahga alongside of Amritsar railway line. It is situated over 837 acres , the land was being managed to produce for timber and fuel wood earlier. The park has got a complete theme park look
A remarkable art institute, hub of creativity in Lahore. Established during British era and located next to Lahore museum, National College of Arts (NCA) is a pioneer of art and modern architecture. Earlier it was named as Mayo School of industrial Art and in 1958 it was renamed as National College of Arts by Government
“Politics Divides, Cricket Unites” that the believe of every Pakistani!! Lahore is the city of crazy cricket lovers, so the Gaddafi stadium is a heart favorite place of many Pakistanis. Gaddafi Stadium was named after Libyan leader and it’s world’s 5th largest cricket stadium. The building of Gaddafi stadium has designed by special fusion of Mughal
Since this city originated, it has witnessed many seasons of tranquility and troubles on its way. There wooden balconies and classy windows (Jharokas) add beauty and richness in the architecture. Many of civilizations have left their impressions on the architecture of Lahore. But, Lahore remained in limelight during all the rules and empires eras and now,