Something about the British Period (1857 – 1947)

Prior to the independence of Pakistan, this land was the part of the Britishers and got included in the British Empire for around 100 years. Thus the culture and the … Continue Reading →


About Islamic Period

Eventually, Islam came to this part of the world as early as 712 A.D. emerging from the west with the Arab with General Muhammad Bin Qasim and amidst the 10th … Continue Reading →


A cursory view at Gandhara Civilization

Pakistan is that eye-pleasing and heritage-wise rich land, which allured Alexander the great from Macedonia in 326 B.C. with whom the Greek culture’s influence had come along to this land … Continue Reading →


A look at Indus Valley Civilization

This land has also seen the wonderfully splendid time of the Indus Valley Civilization nearly 8000 years B.C. when the first most village got traced at Mehrgarh in the Sibi … Continue Reading →



Cultural legacy happens to be the bequest of physical objet d’art and intangible attributes of a group or society inherited from the past generations maintained in the current time and … Continue Reading →


About Rohtas Fort

Qila Rohtas that is also famous with the name of Rohtas Fort is said to be the outstanding example of early Muslim military architecture in Central and South Asia because … Continue Reading →


Lahore Fort and the Shalimar Gardens

Lahore is a historical city and is centuries old having the various traditions, cultures and colors attached to. The history of this glorious city dates back to the 2nd century … Continue Reading →


Historical Monuments of Thatta

The World Heritage listed the remains of the city of Thatta in 1981. Thatts’s decrepit necropolis confers you with a view of the Sind civilization. Thatta being the capital of … Continue Reading →


All about the Buddhist Ruins of Takht-i-Bahi and Neighboring City Remains at Sahr-i-Bahlol:

The World Heritage List got listed the widespread remains of the Buddhist monastic establishment or Sangharama way back in 1980 and these ruins are largely famous as the ‘throne of … Continue Reading →



Taxila has its mammoth worth in Pakistani heritage due to its archeological ambience. Right from the 1st century A.D. and from the primordial Neolithic tumulus of Saraikala to the ramparts … Continue Reading →