Name Your Favorite Building(s) in Pakistan

Posted on October 6, 2010
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Adil Najam We have had some fascinating discussions about on ATP about buildings and architecture. A few days ago Pervaiz Munir Alvi took us through a tour of Pakistan’s architectural history (here). His concern about architectural neglect was not unsimilar to that expressed by Raza Rumi (here) and SAJ Shirazi (here) earlier. Earlier we have […]

More Lahore from Above: Aerial Delights

Posted on April 12, 2010
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Jawad Zakariya (ATP Editor’s Note: After our recent post, Lahore from Above, featuring an aerial view of Lahore, we received a message from Jawad Zakriya sharing his own aerial photographs of Lahore. Jawad’s photographs have been featured at ATP from its earliest days, and these are another wonderful set that deserves to be shared.) This […]

The Saints and Shrines of Multan

Posted on March 26, 2010
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Roshan Malik Multan is one of the ancient towns in Pakistan. Beside its historical importance in the geo politics of Subcontinent, the city has been the hub of great sufis and saints who were the harbingers of Islamic teachings. Just as Bahawalpur’s architecture is defined by its political heritage, Multan’s architecture is defined by its […]