Friday, April 30, 2010

Pakistan Gun Market

Michael Palin visits a Pakistani gun market in his 2003 documentary Himalaya.

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Thursday, April 29, 2010

Female Sex Workers in Pakistan CLIP-3 EQUINOX documentary

A documentary portraying condition and reasoning of Prostitution in female sex workers Pakistan. Testimonials from different red light areas of Pakistan including Karachi( Napier Road, Lahore ( heera mandi), Faisalbad, Multan and Hyderabad. What these women have to go thru and their concerns about HIV, Aids and STIs in a culture where talking about condoms on media is a TABOO. A reality based documentary by Mohammed Anwerzada.

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Tuesday, April 27, 2010


6th August 2009 (Part 1): Another Ahmadi Muslim; Rana Ataul Karim Noon sahib was martyred on 6th August 2009 in Multan, Pakistan. (Inna lillahe Wa Inna Ilay he Rajeoon)

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Monday, April 26, 2010


The mausoleum of Shah Rukn-e-Alam is also situated on the fort mound. The Shaikh was the son of Pir Sadar-Al-Din Arif born at Multan on the 9th of Friday Ramazan 649/26 November 1251. He was the grandson and successor of Shaikh Baha-Al-Din Zakariya. Shaikh Rukn-i-Alam (Rukn-al-Din) died on the 7th of Friday (735/3 Jamadial-Awwal, January 1335). He was buried in the mausoleum of his grandfather, according to his own will. After sometime, however, his coffin was transferred to the present mausoleum. It was constructed, according to a popular belief, by Ghiyas-al-Din Tughluq (1340-1350) during the days of his governorship of Depalpur, but was given by Feruz Shah Tughluq to the descendents of Shah Rukn-I-Alam for the latter's burial. The mausoleum of Rukn-I-Alam has been admired by not only the travelers and chroniclers but also by the art-historians and archaeologist who wrote the architectural history of the subcontinent.

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Sunday, April 25, 2010

Faisalabad - Pakistan

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Faisalabad is the third largest city of Pakistan and is located in the East-Central part of Punjab Province of Pakistan, to the West of Lahore in the area called "Rechna Doab Upland". It is bounded by Hafizabad district in the North, Sheikhupura district, in the East, and the Ravi River in the South, and the Jhang district in the West. Faisalabad is situated 360 kms south of Islamabad.

Formerly this city was known as Lyallpur till 1979, on Sir Charles James Lyall, the erstwhile British Lieutenant Governor of Punjab, who founded this city in 1890. The name Faisalabad was given in honour of king Faisal of Saudi Arabia. Faisalabad is also known as the Manchester of Pakistan. This is because it is famed for its textile mills.

The main market area of Faisalabad is called the Ghanta Ghar. This is actually the Clock Tower and was built in 1895. It has eight roads leading from it into eight market areas and has been designed on the Union Jack. Each of these markets sells different types of commodities. D Ground is the second most important market area of Faisalabad after Ghanta Ghar.

Faisalabad is affected by extreme climatic conditions. Temperatures range from 4 degrees centigrade in winter to 48 degrees in summer. It is basically very dry and rainfall is very scanty. The monsoons are from July to September. Sometimes during winter, there is rainfall in this district.

Faisalabad is connected by rail and road with Lahore and Multan and by air with Karachi and Lahore. Faisalabad has been fed with modern motorways from Lahore and Rawalpindi. The Faisalabad International Airport is situated approximately 10 kms from the centre of the city that is the Clock Tower. This airport caters to both domestic and international flights.

Important industries include textiles, food, synthetics and chemicals. The West Pakistan Agricultural University founded in 1909 is located at Faisalabad. The other important educational institution of fame is the Punjab Medical College. The Punjab Institute of Nuclear Medicine and the very famous National Textile University are located here too.

The places of interest in and around Faisalabad are the Clock Tower, the Victoria Memorial Chowk, Jinnah Garden, The Allama Iqbal stadium etc. Other Buildings of the colonial era are The General Post Office and the Old General Bus Stand. The Faisalabad Hockey Stadium, The Gumti Water Fountain, Sindbad, Rex City are places which will also interest a newcomer to the city.

The City offers accommodation to travellers with varied budgets. The Faisalabad Serena Hotel is a star hotel and is located at Club Road. The other hotels of repute are the East Inn Hotel at Sheikhupura Road. Budget hotels worth mentioning are Rays, Prime, National, Rex and Grace Hotel.

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Saturday, April 24, 2010

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Thursday, April 22, 2010

Punjab - The Land Of Five Rivers

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Punjab---the heart of Pakistan.
The land of five waters, and five seasons, known for its fertility, colorful panorama and exquisitely serene and clean atmosphere. Its waters have seen life being quenched since centuries. Its trees have embraced the wind that was fragrant by the immortal stories like Heer Ranjha, Sohni Mahiwal and Mirza Sahiban.
The soil which, nurtured sufi poets like Baba Farid, Ali Hajveri, Bulhe Shah, Shah Hussain, Mian Muhammad Bakhsh and Waris Shah.
Punjab has seen the starving of Budha and the wandering of Guru Nanak in search of truth. Its terrain has kept the secrets of Indus Valley civilizations along the River Indus at Harappa and many more un-discovered places.
Waters still sing here, winds never forget to whisper and rains know how do dance in Mon Soon.

So it is not a bad idea either to visit this place which is gifted with mountains, rivers, planes, fruits, trees, artifacts, historical monuments and the largest salt range of the world.

Here we are to present the worth seeing places that can make you feel the glory and grandeur of almost all parts of Punjab.

1. Taxila _A scent of the Past

_A promise for the Future

An important city of ancient Gandhara and a place that enlightened the Budha and one of the greatest archeological sites the world possesses today.
The ruins of Taxila, scattered about 30 KM away from Rawalpindi, represent the historical value of over 1000 years ago (around 500 BC to 500 AD). This place has the honor to have the world's best known university at that ancient time offering subjects like law, medicine, arts etc.
At Taxila, various sites are scattered over a large area encompassing; Bhir Mound, Dharmarajika, Budhist Stupa and Monastery.
Moreover, one could find Sirsukh City remains, the Shrine of Double-headed eagle, Jandial temple, Sirsukh City and Jaulian Budhist Monastery etc.
The Taxila museum is known for its Gandhara artifacts, a rare blend of Greek and Budhist Art. This museum also has a collection of old coins, utensils, jewelry, toys and pottery manifesting the highlights of the life style of ancient Taxila.

2. Harappa _Rediscovering History

The Indus Valley civilization covers almost the exact area where Pakistan exists today. Mehrgarh in Balochistan, Mohenjo Daro in Sindh and Harappa in Punjab possess the clandestine of a common society.
Excavations have proved that around 3000 BC. Harappa was inhabited by nomadic tribes. The remains show a prosperous and comfortable life in that old epoch with emphasis on sanitation and everyday facilities. This land has trade relations with Egypt, the other developed civilization of the ancient world.
The archeological museum at the site entrance may take you to the wonder world of past through found artifacts.

The Salt Range _An Evaporated Sea

It is undoubtedly a geologist's dream with variety of minerals and rocks. Having great natural beauty, this area varies in height between 750 and 1500 meters and climate is noticeably cooler in summer. The largest Salt Mine of the world, Khewra also exists here. On the other hand, Kallar Kahar with its salt lake and orchard, centuries old Hindu Temples at Ketas and pilgrimage sites are breathtaking.
This is the sea that extended over the Indus Plain and the Potowar Plateau that evaporated 600 million years ago. Rocks and fossils at this site provide the missing links of the story of earth. Around Khewra at Nandna, famous Muslim traveler and historian al-Beruni measured the circumference of the earth during 11th century.

3. Jhelum _Land of the Brave

Jhelum is located at the base of the Potowar Range, overlooking the endless green fields of the Punjab. Alexander the great crossed the river at this place and fought with Raja Poras, whom the famous quotation is related to, when he answered the Alexander,

"As a king would treat a king"
The famous Rohtas Fort, built by Sher Shah Suri is also located here which, is still standing against all odds. People here are endearingly hospitable, looking to welcome you with warmth and fervor.
Mangla, one of the largest dams of the world, is also built on river Jhelum.

4. Bahawalpur _Reminder of a Glorious Past

The princely state of Bahawalpur, founded in 1748 by Nawab Bahawal Khan Abassi. Located at the edge of the city of Multan, Bahawalpur is the gateway to the greatest desert; Cholistan. It is quite green in nature but towards south, the soil becomes sandy. This area is studded with many tourist spots like; Lal Sohanra National Park and the famous shrine of Uchh Sharif. The blue mosaics of the ruined tombs at Uchh Sharif, remind the glorious past. Among these, is the 15th century octagonal tomb of Bibi Jawindi.
Bhong Mosque is another important historical monument, known as Pakistan's most ostentatious mosques.

5. Cholistan _Gateway to Adventure

Extended on the far south of the Punjab, Cholistan is the largest desert in Pakistan with an area of 25,000 sq. Km.
It touches the Thar Desert in the south and Rajhastan Desert in the east. About 1000 years ago, Cholistan was a fertile lplain watered with the Gaggar River (now called Hakra in Pakistan), archeolists have discovered 400 old inhabited sites, mostly dating back to the Indus Valley Civilization. In the middle of the desert, stands the Drawar Fort with massive walls and numerous buttresses. Nearby is the elegant Drawar Mosque, the exact replica of the Moti Masjid of Delhi's Red Fort. About 45 Km. towards south of Drawar Fort is the shrine of Channan Pir, an important pilgrim center in the desert.

6. Multan _the Land of Mystics

Multan---probably the oldest surviving city in the south-West Asia. Every invader from Alexander through the Mughals to the British has fought for control of the city of Multan. This city has a unique feature of housing tombs and saints, more than any place of the world. Towering shrines made of brick, stone and wood add to the serenity of this place. Shrines of Shah Rukn e-Alam, Hazrat Bahaudin Zikirya and Shah Shams Tabrez are the most famous and visited ones. The galaxy of mosques and mausoleums of Multan, speak eloquently of the grandeur and sublimity of this great city. Blue stylistic and glazed pottery is a salient feature of the arts and crafts of Multan.

7. Lahore _Bastion of the Mughal Spirit

The famous metropolitan city and provincial capital of today, has got so much to speak of history. It holds within its bustling bazaars, historical monuments and narrow streets, the heritage of hundreds of years, the culture of royal tradition and force of spiritualism.
The shrine of Hazrat Ali Hajver known as Data Darbar welcomes everybody at the entrance of the city, while the walled city culture still grasps the close relationship between people.
Lahore was founded by Loh, the son of Rama Chandra, however the recorded history of Lahore dates back to 1021 AD when Lahore was conquered by Mahmood Ghaznavi who made it the capital of his Ghaznavi Empire. Then Mughals gave so much importance to this city, by awarding it the famous architecture in the form of gardens, mosques, tombs and the famous Fort. Shalamar Garden by Shahjehan and Badshahi mosque by Aurangzeb are the emblems of great history this city possesses. Jahangir and Nur Jehan are also buried here. Anarkali Bazar, Toligton Market, Lahore Museum and Punjab University (old Campus) jewels the famous Mall Road (Thandi Sarak). The British introduced here a combination of Mughal, Gothic and Victorian style of architecture.
Lahore offers a great deal more than just monuments, a variety of art galleries, museums, theatres and shopping arcades along with the cool tree-lined avenues, lush green lawns, fountains and modern high rise buildings.

8. Muree _Rediscovering Nature

The most popular and most developed hill-station of Pakistan. With a height of 7500 feet, Muree is a cool and crispy place in summer as well as in winter. This area is rich with towering pine trees, in long summer days; one could stroll lazily or ride ponies along shady path on the Mall- between Kasmir and Pindi Points.
There are the Gallies with their charming red roof chalets covered with snow in winter and set amidst fragrant pines. Muree, a jewel of a hillstation, nestles in the shadow of snow-clad peaks.

9. Nankana Sahib _Janam Isthan

Nankana Sahib, situated at 39 Km. south-west of Sheikhupura, is an important place of pilgrimage. There are two main Sikh temples or Gurdwaras here. Ba Lila where Guru Nanak the founder of Sikh religion spent his childhood and Janamasthan, where he is believed to have been born. Thrice a year on Besakhi (April), Death anniversary of Maharaja Ranjit Singh (June) and birthday of Guru Nanak Dev (November), Sikh yatris visit these holy places in thousands.

10. Rawalpindi _Base camp to Adventure

Rawalpindi, a twin city to Islamabad, is the gateway to the historical Silk Route. It presents a sharp contrast to the city of Islamabad. It is the base camp of thrill-exhibitors from all over the world who buckle up here to meet the most exciting and treacherous peaks in the world. Rawalpindi is famous for strong military cantonment, towns bazaars; Raja, Sarafa and Muree road. Moreover, historical Liaqat Bagh lies in the heart of the city.

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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

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Monday, April 19, 2010

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Sunday, April 18, 2010

Don't Tell My Mother That I am in Pakistan PART03

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Saturday, April 17, 2010

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Thursday, April 15, 2010

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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Tomb of Shah Rukne Alam Multan

The great sufi saint Sheikh Rukn-Ud-Din Abul Fateh (1251-1335) is commonly known as Shah Rukn-e-Alam. He was burried in the mausoleum of his grandfather heikh bahauddin Zakariya on his will, After sometime was transferred to present tomb.This pre-Moughul architectural masterpiece (built between 1320 and 1324) is said to be built by emperor Ghiyas-ud-din Tughlaq for himself, but was given by his son Muhammad Bin Tughlaq for the burrial of Shah Rukn-e-Alam

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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Tribute to Pakistan International Airlines - [PIA HD]

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Sunday, April 11, 2010

Do not tell my mother that I am in Pakistan Saira Khan Part 3

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Saturday, April 10, 2010

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Friday, April 9, 2010

Taj Mahal in India

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One of the Eight Wonders of the world is Taj Mahal situated in Agra city of India. It is a well laid fact which is even preached in the west that its architectural beauty has no surpasses. It was developed in the era of Mughal rule in India by the Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. Taj Mahal is a not a palace but a mausoleum that accommodates the grave of queen Mumtaz Mahal and Shah Jahan.

This spectacular structure was built over a long period of Twenty years ago, and it took about twenty thousand workers to complete in 1648 AD. Expert craftsmen were employed in this gigantic task, the king Shah Jahan from all over India, Lahore, Multan (now in Pakistan).

The mausoleum of the Taj Mahal in Agra and is a walled garden, entered into a pavilion on the main axis. This whole structure is built with white marble and red sandstone immaculate in a part of it. Inside this magnificent structureYou can find soft lighting pierced marble lattices, but also against him on the outside, to meet the changing light and weather conditions and provides an unprecedented view of experience in full moon nights, when the light silver of the moon falls on this wonderful hotel and it's dark.

People from distant lands come to visit this site to get just a taste of this symbol of love and waiting for the moon to see its beauty in part.

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Tuesday, April 6, 2010

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Pakistan is also one of the most visited countries around the world. People from around the world come here for its unique culture, food, music and people who are very caring. It has some of the most attractive mountainous ranges and some of the highest mountain peaks around the world. The major cities of Pakistan which have all the latest amenities of life , with business centers, latest infrastructural facilities and modern lifestyles are Islamabad, Karachi, Peshawar, Lahore, Multan. The earlier inhabitants of Pakistan were stone age people. They were followed by the civilization of Indus Valley. This civilization flourished through 23rd to 18th centuries BC.

Tourism in Pakistan has attractions which range from the ancient civilization such as Mohenjodaro, Harrapa and Taxila to the Himalayan hill stations and people who are interested in field and wintor sports are mostly attracted to it. People who are adventurers and mountaineers from around the world are also attracted since Pakistan is home to several mountain peaks. These mountain peaks are over 7000m high. The northern parts of Pakistan have many old fortresses, towers and other architecture as well. The Hunza and Chitral valleys.

Alexander's battle site is in Punjab which is on the Jhelum River. It is one of the most beautiful attractions as Tourism is Pakistan. Lahore is Pakistan's cultural capital and it has a lot to show about Mughal Architecture. Well as tourist point of view the visited places in Lahore are the Badshahi Masjid, Shalimar Gardens, Tomb of Jehangir and the Lahore Fort. Pakistani Culture is very diverse. What now is Pakistan, has been invaded by different people including Persian, Arabs to Eurasian groups. Pakistani culture is vey unique and moves around ethical and social values. Now due to globalization western culture is being adopted a lot in Pakistan. Pakistani food is another specialty of this country. Tourism in Pakistan, for food Lahore is the best place. Lahori people eat a lot, no limits. The tourism industry in Pakistan is still in a growing process. There are still many travel agencies which provide packages and arranged tours. Tours are very informative here. The packages include Trip to Pakistan and cultural tour of Pakistan. These Packages include tours to Multan, Harappa, Bahawalpur, sukkur, Mohenjo-Daro, Lahore, Karachi, and the capital city of Islamabad. These packages will help tourist understand the various dimensions of Pakistan. These dimensions include the landscape beauty, culture and food. There are some of the most famous hotels which provide the best living atmosphere; they make you feel at home.

These major cities of Pakistan have the very well known hotels around the world. Like holiday Inn, Pearl Continental Hotel and the Lahore country club. Karachi has one the most famous hotels like Sheraton hotel, Hotel Marriot. The Best western hotel in Islamabad is special for executive class and meets all needs of the businessmen. It has rooms with all the audio video amenities incase meetings are not disturbed.

Pakistan tourism is still in growing process and new travel agencies are still working on it.

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One of the Eight Wonders of the world is Taj Mahal situated in Agra city of India. It is a well laid fact which is even preached in the west that its architectural beauty has no surpasses. It was developed in the era of Mughal rule in India by the Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. Taj Mahal is a not a palace but a mausoleum that accommodates the grave of queen Mumtaz Mahal and Shah Jahan.

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Thursday, April 1, 2010

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Allama Haqnawaz Jhangvi Shaheed Rta/: HAQEEQAT-E-MAZHAB E SHIA /Peshawar---3/8

Maulana Haq Nawaz Jhangvi Shaheed (rta) At 8:00 pm on Thursday night, 26 Rajab 1410 AH, conforming to the 22 February 1990, the stalwart and founder of "Sipah-e-Sahabah (ra)", the Vice President of Jamiat-ul-Ulama Punjab, Principal of Jamia Mehmoodia, member of the United Ulama Council and Sunni Ulama Front, mouthpiece and orator of the Sahabah (Radiallahu Anhu), Hazrat Maulana Haq Nawaz Jhangvi (Rahmatullah Alaye) was martyred. "To Allah do We belong to Him is our return". Hazrat Maulana Haq Nawaz Jhangvi was born in 1954 in the town of Jhang. After completing his primary education in Arabic and Theology, he left for Multan where he studied in the renowned Islamic University, Khair-ul-Madaris. He qualified as an Islamic Scholar/Alim in 1972 from this university at the tender age of 19. After which he once more returned to his home town, Jhang. Maulana burdened his then feeble shoulders with the arduous task of patronizing that enviable organization, "Sipah-e-Sahabah (ra)" and like a true soldier, he used all his resources for the dignity and honor of the Sahabah (Radiallahu Anhu). Although previously many Ulama had directed their resources to this worthy cause, their efforts are pale in comparison to the enviable dedication of Maulana Haq Nawaz Jhangvi. Maulana had breathed new life into the Sipah-e-Sahabah (ra) and fought tooth and nail against the Shias, till alas, he was martyred this holy cause. Maulana argued that we are so sensitive regarding the dignity and honor ...

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Idresia 16 (2/8), Hafiz Sheikh Amin Bin Abdul Rehman (Aulia Allah & Ashiq-e-Muhammad PBUH)

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Salu Alaehey Wa Aaleyhe, Hafiz Sheikh Amin Bin Abdul Rehman (Aulia Allah & Ashiq-e-Muhammad PBUH)

Silsila-e-Idresia, Silsla e Idresia, Hafiz Sheikh Amin Bin Abdul Rehman Ashiq-e-Muhammad (PBUH) رسولنا الكريم-محمد-صلي الله عليه وسلم, Multan Sharief

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