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More Places to Visit in Peshawar

Peshawar has a lot to offer, so we will travel across the city to briefly look at some more fascinating places and one also finds tombs of sufis who made many efforts to promote Islam in the region. Peshawar Museum It is a matter of…

Peshawar – Gor Khatri & Bala Hissar Fort

This week we take a peek at two buildings of immense historical value; one that can be found in the center of the city and the other which can give you a panoramic view of not only Peshawar but the Valley too. Gor Khatri Sethi…

Peshawar – Mahabat Khan Mosque & Mohalla Sethian

Following we take a look at a spectacular specimen of Mughal architecture (the only one in Peshawar), as well as some rare residential buildings: Mahabat Khan Mosque Background You can reach it through Chowk Yaadgar as the entrance to the mosque is located in the…

Peshawar – A Pinnacle of Cultural Diversity

Peshawar is the ‘Gateway to Central Asia’. It was founded over 2000 years by the Kushan Kings of Gandhara and was called ‘Lotus Land’. Thereby from 2nd century AD to 7th century it remained a center of Gandharan civilization and a very significant place of…

Forts of Cholistan: Historical Gems of Architecture

Fabulous Forts of Cholistan The Cholistan desert is spread over 10,000 square miles and is 20 miles away from the city of Bhawalpur.  It is a great tourist attraction with many awe-inspiring ancient relics as well as a rich culture. Among various things the Forts of…

Shah Allah Ditta, Buddha caves, ancient caves, Islamabad, Pakistan, places to visit

70 Decades Old Shah Allah Ditta Village and Buddhist Caves

Shah Allah Ditta Village: A Picturesque Historical Place Strikingly, the old village is titled after a well known Mughal Dervish Shah Allah Ditta and holds a significant presence for its evergreen historical background and beauty that overflows like a river. The age of this village…

First Ever Sightseeing Buses for Touring Islamabad-Rawalpindi Launched by PTDC

Pakistan Tourism & Development Corporation (PTDC) Promoting Tourism by Initiating Sightseeing Buses To promote tourism, Pakistan Tourism & Development Corporation (PTDC) launched the first ever sightseeing buses for Islamabad–Rawalpindi that will take its passengers on a tour of a number of exciting places in the…