Multan

What is Multan known for?


making deep

, west of the river Jhelum (today, Hazara in Pakistan and Pakistan Administered Kashmir). Nalwa, V. (2009), ''Hari Singh Nalwa – Champion of Khalsaji'', New Delhi: Manohar, pp. 77–90, ISBN 81-7304-785-5. Ranjit Singh built his empire by making deep inroads into the Kingdom of Kabul, defeating the Pashtun militia and the tribes inhabiting the Sindh Sagar Doab and trans-Indus regions. Nalwa, V. (2009), ''Hari Singh Nalwa – Champion of Khalsaji'', New Delhi: Manohar, pp. 105–131, ISBN 81-7304-785-5. Wikipedia:Multan Commons:Category:Multan


scale power

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home service

publisher Sarajevo.ba date accessdate 2009-05-06 Subsequently, the British Army adopted khaki for the campaign dress in 1897, and it was used in the Second Boer War (1899–1902). A darker shade of khaki serge was adopted for home service dress in 1902. The correct shade of "khaki" was also known as "Multani Mitti", meaning "the mud of Multan". Multan was a well known military cantonment of British India (now in Pakistan). Dubai is a major focus city for the airline with flights to Bahawalpur, Dera Ghazi Khan, Faisalabad, Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Multan, Peshawar, Quetta and Sialkot. Hajj and Umrah operations PIA operates a two-month (pre- and post-) Hajj operation each year to and from Jeddah and sometimes Madinah in Saudi Arabia. PIA transports over 130,000 intending pilgrims each year from Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar, Quetta, Faisalabad, Multan, Sialkot, and Sukkur to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (Saudi Arabia) with its fleet of Boeing 747-300 (Boeing 747) and Boeing 777-200ER (Boeing 777#777-200ER). * '''PIA Flight 688''' was a Fokker F27 was scheduled to operate from Multan to Lahore and then to Islamabad. At 12:05pm on 10 July 2006, it crashed into a field Wikipedia:Multan Commons:Category:Multan


classic books

and re-consolidated control over them. For a detailed account of the battle fought, see Chapter VI of ''PKFHSPKFHS classic-books-online-a tfmeh10.htm The Fall of the Moghul Empire of Hindustan'' by H. G. Keene. Since the 1950s, Punjab industrialized rapidly. New factories were established in Lahore, Multan, Sialkot and Wah. In the 1960s the new city of Islamabad was built near Rawalpindi. thumb 250px right Sunrise in Himalayas (File:Sunrise in Himalayas, North Punjab.JPG), North Punjab Punjab is Pakistan's second largest province at Wikipedia:Multan Commons:Category:Multan


ancient complex

long. The fort is in the middle of the city, close to Multan Cricket Club (MCC) next to Shah Rukn-e-Alam’s Mazar. The huge sprawling ancient complex had seen kings and empires fall or rise before its huge walls. Its initial origins are disputed, but the site was destroyed by the British garrison stationed here during the raj. There is a park called the Fort Qasim Park. It has some memorials from the Raj era apart from having some electric rides as wall. On to the western sight of the fort


top military

the recipients of Nishan-e-Haider, Pakistan's top military award. Its along Shershah Road in the cantonment area. It has a nice sitting place and a popular Fort Bakers nearby. *'''Clock Tower''' Called the "Ghanta Ghar" in the Urdu language, it is the landmark of the old city. It was built during colonial times. The clock tower square has undergone renovation and is set to become the major landmark of Multan. *


architectural landscape

against king Prataparudra (Kakatiya dynasty#Prataparudra) of the Kakatiya dynasty whose capital was at Warangal. Muhammad succeeded to the Delhi throne upon his father's death in 1325. He in turn was succeeded by his nephew Firuz Shah Tughluq. The arrival of Islam in today's Pakistan introduced the classical Islamic construction techniques into Pakistan's architectural landscape.


local fast

in Multan. Try PizzaTrack near Kutchehri or Papa Gino's in the Cantonment area. Home delivery is always free. Some of the local fast food chains are to be found in the Gulgasht area. *


ancient political

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period published

. The Muhammadan Period ; published by London Trubner Company 1867–1877. (Online Copy: The History of India, as Told by Its Own Historians. The Muhammadan Period; by Sir H. M. Elliot; Edited by John Dowson; London Trubner Company 1867–1877 - This online Copy has been posted by: The Packard Humanities Institute; Persian Texts in Translation; Also find other historical books: Author

Multan

'''Multan''' ( . The city is located on the banks of the Chenab River in the geographic center of the country.

Multan is known as the '''City of Sufis''' or '''City of Saints''' and '''Madinat-ul-Auliya''' because of the large number of shrines and Sufi saints from the city. The city is blanketed with bazaars, mosques, shrines, and ornate tombs. It is the birthplace of Fariduddin Ganjshakar (popularly known as "Baba Farid"), recognized as the first major poet of the Punjabi language. Multan is located in a bend created by five rivers of central Pakistan. The Sutlej River separates it from Bahawalpur and the Chenab River from Muzaffar Garh. The city has grown to become an influential political and economical center for the country, with a dry port and excellent transport links. Multan is famous for its crops: wheat, cotton and sugar cane, mangoes, citrus, guavas, and pomegranates.

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