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Famous Masjid of Pakistan

A mosque is a place of worship and prayer. The word of mosque cames from Arabic name, masjid.There are thousand of mosques in all over world. A lot of mosques … Continue Reading →


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Hindu and Buddhist Architectural Heritage of Pakistan Part 10

Balochistan: 1 – Kot Bala: Balochistan, a beautiful southern province of Pakistan, has also some sites listed in the category of Hindu and Buddhist architectural heritage sites in Pakistan. Kot … Continue Reading →


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Hindu and Buddhist Architectural Heritage of Pakistan – Part 9

13 – Pushkalavati: Peshawar valley is full of ancient sites and Pushkalavati is among one of those that located in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. This notable Hindu and … Continue Reading →


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Hindu and Buddhist Architectural Heritage of Pakistan – Part 7

5 – Butkara Stupa: Swat is another area in Pakistan which is commonly regarded as an important Buddhist Stupa holding place in the region. It is said that the Mauryan … Continue Reading →


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Hindu and Buddhist Architectural Heritage of Pakistan – Part 5

Mianwali: Mianwali is the place which is rich of Hindu and Buddhist architectural sites. Some of such sites can be seen as the ruins of Kafirkot, remains-ruins of Sirkapp Fort, … Continue Reading →


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Hindu and Buddhist Architectural Heritage of Pakistan – Part 4

The Heritage of Saraikistan: 1 – Bhutta Wahan: Bhutta Wahan is a famous destination towards north of Rahim Yar Khan which is located at a distance of around 16 kilometers … Continue Reading →


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Hindu and Buddhist Architectural Heritage of Pakistan – Part 3

5 – Tulamba: Tulamba, which is also referred in the history sometimes as Tulambah, is another city in Punjab, Pakistan which was once the part of Hindu and Buddhist architectures … Continue Reading →


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Museums in Pakistan

Pakistan is laced with the eye-pleasing locales and the historical monuments and buildings. In addition to all, there exist larger number of museums as well, which instantly grab the eyeballs … Continue Reading →


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Post Independence Period of Pakistan

On the world map, Pakistan was shown on 14th August 1947. By the time of the birth, Pakistan was divided into two parts – widely famous as East and West … Continue Reading →


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The Sikhs Existence (1762-1849 A.D.)

The Sikhs’ establishment was witnessed in the Punjab after the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb Alamgir passed away in 1707. After his death, the whole country saw the number of changes through … Continue Reading →