Hey, you all foodies over there! Do you like Desi food? Fond of Biryani, Pulao, Korma and cheesy naan? What about Payyas, Kabab, Tikka, and Kunna? Thought of Barfis, Rus malai, and Jalebis? Drooling????? You should be if you are a true food lover. Finding all such things in one place seemed next to impossible
The walled city of Lahore is enclosed with beautiful architectures known as Gates of Lahore. All the 13 gates are the icons of distinct specialties and of course, the true demonstrators of historical architectures. Here Locally Lahore is taking you to another journey of endless glory of another gate of Lahore which is Mochi Darwaza.
City gate has been a symbol of the rich heritage of old settlements. Gates of the city have been considered a source of traveling, trade, taxation, supplying and other military purposes. Indeed, city gates are the part of ancient architectural concepts but they serve urban settlements in all times and in every way. Similarly, the
Being a Muslim and living in Muslim country mosques are a vital part of our country. Pakistani culture is incomplete without discussing its grand and historic mosques. The Walled City of Lahore has the crown of world’s famous, antique and architectural mosques of Mughal era. These mosques are nonetheless gems making us proud and evident
Hey Lahoris, the most demanding and spiced up foodies!!! I have a question for you. Do you think you have tasted all the flavors of Walled City of Lahore? I think the new inventions in Chatkhara foods of Lahore are never-ending. You need to revamp your taste buds and start taking a new tour for
The Walled City Of Lahore– A place of beauty, endeavor, class, magnificence, royalty and Sufism. We talk about Lahore and we don’t discuss Data Darbar it’s so unfair. The grandeur of Lahore owes to Data Darbar. Data Ki Nagri- Walled City Of Lahore: Lahore is known as “Data Ki Nagri”. People from all over the
Walled city of Lahore has been a part of Lahore’s history for over half a century. Ages ago this place was known to be a hub of Lahore for its 13 gates. It is a living proof of Mughal era existence and is located in the northwestern region of Lahore. But during the British era
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,