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Noor Mahal is one of the monuments in Punjab and is the Italian style palace of Nawab Sir Muhammad Sadiq who was the 5th ruler of Bahawalpur State. It is among the most exquisite buildings of Pakistan and was specifically meant for Nawab. Though, he never lived for a single day in Noor Mahal because of the proximity to Basti Maluk Graveyard.
Noor Mahal was supervised by a British Engineer Mr. Heenan and this palace was used as a guest house for state nobilities. Cabinet meetings were also organized here by Nawab and the notable guests were allowed for a visit. For some time in Nawab reigns the palace was used as state court where Nawab used to address the courtiers. This stunning palace was built in the middle of a beautiful garden having a fountain and water tank. Elegant carpets are covering its verandahs and Noor Mahal walls are decorated with beautiful paintings and ornaments most of which are made by western artists.
It is a two storey palace having exquisite furniture’s and tremendous fixtures like cupboards and chandeliers. It is rich with beautiful collection of arms few of the muskets and swords were displayed on walls. A beautiful mosque exactly like the Atichison College was also added. In 1999 this palace was used as an army club and is still in army’s possession. It is a hotel, a park and a museum attracting millions of visitors each year. School, colleges and university trips are arranged to this historical palace every year.
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Gulzar Palace is a Historical Landmark and Tourist Attraction Situated in Bahawalpur, Punjab Pakistan. Gulzar Mahal is situated in Bahawalpur Punjab, Pakistan. On 19th of May, 1904 Nawab Bahawal Khan approved to establish some more palaces including Gulzar Palace, Darbar Mahal, and Gulzar Mahal are supported stunning buildings having too several doors. The rooms are decorated with fabulous Read more...
Quaid-e-Azam Solar Park is a power station which is situated in the city of Bahawalpur, Punjab. This Solar Park is named in an honor of Quaid-e-Azam, the great leader and the founder of Pakistan. This organization has been established with a motto of setting up renewable energy projects in general and Solar Energy Power Project in particular. Pakistan has been Read more...
Lal Sohanra is a biosphere reserve in the central Pakistan 36 Kilometers from Bahawalpur city. The park has a small zoo recretion area and a conservation area for animals. Lal Sohanra is spread over 153,000 acres (620 km2) and is notable for the diversity of its landscape, which includes areas of desert, forest and water. Geography and wildlife Lal Suhanra Read more...
Derawar Fort is a stronghold located in what is today Bahawalpur, in the Pakistani province of Punjab. The fort traces its history back to the 9th century AD, though it may be added that it only gained its present look several centuries later, during the 18th century. Read more...
Jinnah Park is situated in the vicinity of Rawalpindi. This park is very famous and popular with the locals because it offers the range of entertainment activities for the visitors. This park is very famous park among parks in Rawalpindi, because it has advance cinema house, that showing international and local films for the entertainment. A few years back the Read more...