Chauburji is the Historical place, Mughal era monument in the city of Lahore, capital of the Pakistani province of Punjab. The Shah Jahan period monument previously acted as a gateway to a large garden and was built in 1646 C.E.
Chauburji is located on Lahore’s Multan Road, which leads southwards to Multan, and was the gateway to an extensive garden known to have existed in Mughal times. The name “Chauburji,” which translates as “four towers” was likely given by later generations, as the site as seen as a monumental gateway to an extensive garden.
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In Pakistan the habit of reading books has declined to an alarming level. There are various causes that can be attributed to the sad state of readership. The mushrooming of TV channels, high prices of books and the new trend of ‘job-oriented’ education are considered major causes of the decline in reading. However, the notion that people no longer appreciate Read more...
The Zamzama Gun, (also “Zam-Zammah” or “Zam-Zammeh”) also known as Kim’s Gun or Bhangianwala Toap is a large bore cannon. It was cast in 1762 in Lahore, now in Pakistan but at the time part of the Durrani Empire. It is currently on display in front of the Lahore Museum in Lahore, Pakistan. The gun is 14 feet Read more...
It stands silently at one corner of the Charing Cross — amongst the most historical areas in the city to date. Silently, it has witnessed the transformation of Pakistan for exactly a century now and it is with this silence that it celebrates a hundred years of its existence — no banners, no fliers or signs of any Read more...
The Lahori Gate is located within Walled City of Lahore in (Lahore, Punjab ) Pakistan. Lahori Gate is one of the 13 gates of the Walled City of Lahore. Being one of the oldest gates of the old city, Lahori Gate is also known as Lohari gate. According to some historians, the original (old) city of Lahore was originally Read more...
Lahore’s historical Nisar Haveli located inside Mochi Gate of Walled City is a symbol of Sunni-Shia unity, as people of the area, be it Shias or Sunnis, equally show respect for the religious occasion of Ashura and work for social and religious harmony. Since its inception in the 18th century, Muslims belonging to Sunni and Shia sects participate in the annual main procession, as Haveli has become a symbol of sectarian Read more...
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