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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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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 →


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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 →


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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 →


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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 →