Data Darbar, located in the city of Lahore, Pakistan is the largest Sufi shrine in South Asia. It was built to house the remains of Ali Hujwiri, known as Data Ganj Baksh.
The shrine is visited by approximately 30,000 to 60,000 visitors on a daily basis.
Today in 1965: On 12th Sept, Maj Raja Aziz Bhatti attained Martyrdom in defence of Lahore while commanding Alpha Company of 17th Punjab Regiment. He was posthumously awarded Nishan-i-Haider - the only recipient of this superlative award during 1965 war. In photo..Maj Bhatti, 1/2 pic.twitter.com/SFxNwExdrW
Been meaning to do this for the longest time. Maps of all places that are very dear to me. Ranging from high fantasy novels to vintage maps of my city Lahore, the Mughal era and other places that hold a dear place in my heart. Mixed together on a previously mundane bare wall. pic.twitter.com/YM6q7fRqFG
Clarification AC city sealed it due to Civid SOP violation, not because of serving dead animalhttps://twitter.com/UzairYounus/status/1437461248917000193 …