Metro Bus Service Multan: Interactive Route Map with Stop Stations

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Metro Bus Service Multan: Interactive Route Map with Stop Stations - Open Interactive Map - Open Image of Map - Open Map in Application Metro Bus Rapid Service connect following stops and locations in Multan: BZU Stop > School Stop > Multan Bypass > New Shalimar > Sabzazar > Gulshan Stop > Gulgasht > Chungi 9 > Humayun Rd Stop > TEVTA Stop > Hafiz Jamal Rd. Stop > Manzoorabad > Ahmadabad > Chowk BCG > Vehari Chowk > Larri Adda Stop > Jinnah Park > Keeker Stop > Kumharanwala Stop. Interactive Route Map Metro Multan:

 


 

The Land of Pure - A Journey Into the Heart of Baltistan

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The Land of Pure - A Journey Into the Heart of Baltistan Northern Areas of Pakistan once a center for tourism is now a hub for terrorism; five of the Eight-thousander (14 independent mountains on Earth that are more than 8,000 metres - 26,247 ft high above sea level) are located in this region but now the access to them has been destroyed by extremism. Balti people after 9-11 have been struggling to make ends meet considering lack of tourists and Baltistan being the nucleus of historical, cultural and picturesque sites is slowly becoming desolate. Vi....

 


 

Kalash of Cultures - Is cultural diversity what we require?

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Kalash of Cultures - Is cultural diversity what we require? Kalash is a mixture of cultures of much liberal origin as compared to general trend in Pakistan; as we see use of alcohol, dancing and mingling between man and women but where do we stand as a society do we accept such behavior or do we condemn it? For the elite it’s clear but for many it still requires much pondering. The documentary does again in my view show quite a narrow view when it comes to Islamic norms but still it does manage to highlight a society which wants to have their own way i....

 


 

A Visit to Derawar Fort

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A Visit to Derawar Fort A visit to one of the most historically remarkable place Derawar Fort, showing what the tides of time and our own neglect has left of it. Derawar Fort is a large square fortress in Pakistan in Bahawalpur. The forty bastions of Derawar are visible for many miles in Cholistan Desert. The walls have a circumference of 1500 metres and stand up to thirty metres high. The first fort on the site was built by Hindu Rajput, Rai Jajja Bhati of Jaisalmer. It remained in the hands of the royal family o....

 


 

Faisal Mosque Islamabad - A Visual Treat

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Faisal Mosque Islamabad - A Visual Treat The friendship and relations between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia are time tested and extremely friendly and cordial. These relations rose to their zenith during the reign of King Faisal bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud (1903 or 1906—March 25, 1975), whose whole hearted and outright support to Pakistan earned him a special place not only in the official quarters but even down to the common man anywhere in Pakistan. His portraits were painted on the back of the trucks, and his posters are still being sold e....

 


 

Faisal Mosque Islamabad - Architectural Wonder of Pakistan

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Faisal Mosque Islamabad - Architectural Wonder of Pakistan Faisal Mosque is conceived as the National Mosque of Pakistan. It has a covered area of 5,000 m2 (54,000 sq ft)[citation needed] and has a capacity to accommodate approximately 300,000 worshippers (100,000 in its main prayer hall, courtyard and porticoes and another 200,000 in its adjoining grounds). Although its covered main prayer hall is smaller than that of the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca (the world’s third largest mosque), Faisal Mosque has the third largest capacity of accommodating w....

 


 

Victoria Tower Jacobabad - A Visual Treat

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Victoria Tower Jacobabad - A Visual Treat Jacobabad, the town was founded on the site of the village of Khangarh in 1847 by General John Jacob, for many years commandant of the Sind Horse, who died here in 1858. A memorial exists at the Victoria Tower in the heart of the city. Victoria Tower was erected by the subscriptions of the Zemindars and other inhabitants of the frontier district, the hindu panchayat and municipality of Jacobabad and the district local funi board in commemoration of the jubilee of then Queen-Empress.WH.CH was cel....

 


 

History of Rohtas Fort in Urdu

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History of Rohtas Fort in Urdu Rohtas Fort (Urdu: قلعہ روہتاس‎ Qila Rohtas) is a historical garrison fort built by king Farid Khan (Sher Shah Suri), located near the city of Jhelum in Pakistan. This fort is about 4 km in circumference and the first example of the successful amalgamation of Pashtun and Hindu architecture in the Indian Subcontinent. Rohtas Fort is one of the most imposing historical monuments which represents the Pathan period of architecture style in Pakistan. The Rohtas fort lies sprawling upon a ....

 


 

Visiting Badshahi Mosque - Local Guide Giving History Lesson in English

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Visiting Badshahi Mosque - Local Guide Giving History Lesson in English The Badshahi Mosque or the 'Royal Mosque' in Lahore, commissioned by the sixth Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb in 1671 and completed in 1673, is the second largest mosque in Pakistan and South Asia and the fifth largest mosque in the world. Badshahi mosque is one of the few significant architectural monuments built during Emperor Aurangzeb's long rule from 1658 to 1707. It is presently the fifth largest mosque in the world and was indisputably the largest mosque in the world from 1673 to 1986 when the ....

 


 

History of Bibi Pak Daman Lahore

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History of Bibi Pak Daman Lahore Bibi Pāk Dāman (Urdu: بی بی پاکدامن) is the name given to the shrine and mausoleum of Ruqayyah bint Ali located in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. Legend has it that it holds the graves of six ladies from Muhammad's household (Ahl Al-Bayt). Ruqayah bint Ali ibn Abu Talib was the daughter of the first Prophet Muhammad's cousin and son-in-law Ali ibn Abu Talib with his wife Umm al banin bint Huzaam. Ruqayah bint Ali was the full sister of Hadrat Abbas ibn Ali and also the wife of Muslim ibn....

 


 

History of Lal Haveli Rawalpindi

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History of Lal Haveli Rawalpindi The Lal Haveli (Urdu: لال حویلی,Lāl Havelī), is a famous Haveli (residence) as well as the political centre for the Pakistani politician Sheikh Rashid Ahmad. It is located in the central part of old Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan near Raja Bazar. This structure is said to have been the abode of a famous prostitute of the area before independence of Pakistan. She had a Masjid and a Temple built within the confines of her residence, perhaps in order to placate the guilt of her clients.....

 


 

Badshahi Mosque Lahore - A Visual Treat

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Badshahi Mosque Lahore - A Visual Treat In an effort to mirror the character of its founder, architects designed the mosque to exude boldness, vastness and majesty. The mosque had been largest in the world at the time of its building. The interior has rich embellishment in stucco tracery (Manbatkari) and panelling with a fresco touch, all in bold relief, as well as marble inlay. Stone carving, as well as marble inlay on red sandstone, specially of loti form motifs in bold relief, decorates the exterior. Embellishments on the mosque di....

 


 

Legend of Saif-ul-Malook & Ansoo Lake

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Legend of Saif-ul-Malook & Ansoo Lake Once upon a time, there lived in Egypt a prince called Saif-ul-Malook. They say that Saif was the handsomest man to walk the earth since Joseph himself – tall and lean, with skin the colour of gleaming copper, a clear, noble brow, deep-set dark eyes and black hair that fell in waves to his shoulders. He was brave, a skilled hunter, rider and swordsman, true to his Arabic name – “Sword of the Kings”. Born to riches, Prince Saif had never wanted for anything in his life; there was not a s....

 


 

Hussaini Suspension Bridge - Worlds Most Dangerous Bridge

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Hussaini Suspension Bridge - Worlds Most Dangerous Bridge The Hussaini- Borith Lake Bridge is considered as one of the most dangerous as it is very old, narrow, and too high above the lake and to top it all the wooden planks are missing. This Hussaini Bridge is “new” as the tattered remains of the previous bridge still hangs next to it. Location: In the village of Hussaini in Northern Pakistan, crossing the Hunza River. Reason for being named World’s Most Dangerous Suspension Bridge: Massive gaps between the planks, a wild side-to-side sw....

 


 

Hussaini Suspension Bridge Submerged in 2010

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Hussaini Suspension Bridge Submerged in 2010 Hussaini suspension bridge submerged at middle on 17th May 2010, and at risk to collapse. 635 ftt long sus br the only source of communication to zarabad village, the most attractive tourist spot of Gojal is submerging due to human-induced disaster. The Hussaini- Borith Lake Bridge is considered as one of the most dangerous as it is very old, narrow, and too high above the lake and to top it all the wooden planks are missing. This Hussaini Bridge is “new” as the tattered remains of the previ....

 


 

How does Tourism Industry Support the Small and Medium Enterprises?

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How does Tourism Industry Support the Small and Medium Enterprises? Globalization has opened rooms of opportunities for even the most neglected sectors of the country. Pakistan is gifted with perfect touristattractions, favorable weather conditions and an ideal strategic location for traveling. However, despite all these conducive factors, we still haven’t exploited the potential of our domestic and international tourism industry. The beauty of this industry is such that it works in conjunction with other industries in the country. For example, an increase ....

 


 

Top 5 Tourist Places of Pakistan, to Visit in Summer 2016

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   By: Ayesha Ghafoor  Date: 24 May 2016  


Top 5 Tourist Places of Pakistan, to Visit in Summer 2016 It was just a few months ago we were relishing the chilly weather heading to some of the spectacular places in Pakistan that are only enjoyable in winters. We are now already halfway down 2016 and summer is approaching, which means now is the best time to plan for your vacations. Speaking of summers, it is hard to get our minds off planning for summer vacations. Of course, what more fun can be done in more than two months long vacation than to travel! Before you start making plans of which co....

 


 

Where to find the best desserts in Karachi

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Where to find the best desserts in Karachi Do you crave for dessert after every meal and think it’s incomplete without the sweet touch? Well, you know you have a sweet tooth. Pakistanis enjoy, celebrate and live for food. Apart from all the flavorful savory foods we see at several restaurants, we have a list of places that offer some decadent desserts. If you live in Karachi, you can eat out at a restaurant every day and still won’t get over with the long list of dishes that are a must try. Karachi has no shortage of good desserts....

 


 

Travel Essential for summers

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Travel Essential for summers Summers have already hit us in most part of the world. As summers are approaching, so are summer vacations. This super long vacation comes with a lot of planning on how to spend it. There are so many fun ways to spend it like going on a summer camp, learning how to cook, develop a new hobby or the most common, traveling. While we have visions of our fantasy travel wardrobes, the reality of an overstuffed suitcase can wreak havoc on our adventures. If you are traveling this summer, vow to pack....

 


 

Being a good passenger on flight

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Being a good passenger on flight Have you ever traveled via an airplane before? If you have, then you must be aware of the process of getting onto the plane to getting out of it at your final destination. From boarding to exiting the flight, there is a list of steps that every passenger has to go through. The imperative part here is the correct mannerism of being on a flight that not only makes you an abiding passenger, but also be helpful towards fellow travelers. We have come up with a list of travel tips that, if adopted,....