Apna Multan











{July 11, 2009}   Sites of interest

The Multan Municipal Corporation Clock Tower

King’s Mosque (also referred as Eid Gah Mosque)

Side view of the Shah Rukn-I-Alam mausoleum

  • General
    • Multan Arts Council building
    • Eidgah Mosque
    • Old City
    • Khooni Burj and gates of the Old City
    • Haram Gate
    • The City Hall, Multan Municipal Corporation or Clock Tower
    • Qasim Pur Colony, arguably the place where Muhammad Bin Qasim landed his troops
    • Mumtazabad Colony
    • Ansar Colony
    • Mohallah Qadeerabad.
    • Shah Rukn-e Alam Colony
    • Gulgasht Colony
    • Wapda Town, Bosan Road Bypass
    • New Multan
    • Aam Khas Bagh
    • WAPDA Colony
    • Multan Cantt.
    • Old Shujjabad Road
    • Shadman Colony
    • Bawa Safra Shah Shams Road
    • Shamsabad Colony
    • Ahbab Colony
    • Nishtar Hospital
    • Qasim Bela
    • Samijabad No. 1
    • Piran Ghaib Scheme
  • Parks
    • Jinnah Park
    • Chamanzar-e-Askari Cantt. (Lake)
    • Qila Kohna
    • Qasim Bagh (inside Multan Fort)
    • Langey Khan Garden
    • Shah Shamas Park
    • Aam-Khas Garden and the parks at Bohar gate
    • Cantonment garden (Multan cantonment)
  • Hospitals
    • Multan Institute of Cardiology (MIC)
    • Nistar Hospital Multan
    • Civil Hospital
    • City Hospital
    • Fatima Medical Hospital
  • Industries
    • Pakarab Fertilizers Company
    • Three Stars Hosiery Mills
    • Hussain Industries
    • Hafeez Ghee and General Mills
    • Rubber and Plastic industries
    • Mehr Dastgir Group of Industries
    • Mahmood group of industries
    • Sandhu Textiles.
    • Softronix (Pvt) Ltd.
    • Sunrays Textile Mills Ltd (Indus Group of Companies)
  • Colonial buildings
    • Memorial Obelisk in Qasim Bagh commemorating the death of Lt Vans Agnew in 1847 at the hand of the Sikhs
    • Civil Hospital, Multan
    • District Government Buildings
  • Temples
    • Sun Temple
    • Suraj Kund
  • Forts
    • Multan Fort or Qilla Kohna, originally called Katochgarh
  • Mausoleums
    • Mausoleum of Shah Shams Tabraizi
    • Mausoleum of Shah Gardez
    • Mausoleum of Hazrat Baha-ud-Din Zakaria
    • Mausoleum of Shah Rukn-i-Alam
    • Mausoleum of Syed Musa Pak Shaheed
    • Mausoleum of Bibi Pak Daman (Near Basti Daira)
    • Mausoleum of Hazrat Hafiz Muhammad Jamal Multani (Near Aam Khas Bagh)
    • Mausoleum of Hazrat Sher Shah Syed (Multan-Mazzaffargarh Road)
    • Mausoleum of Hazrat Hamid Saeed Kazmi
    • Mausoleum of Hazrat Hamid Ali Khan
    • Mausoleum of Hazrat Chadar Wali Sarkar
    • Mausoleum of Hazrat Baba BagaSher
    • Mausoleum of Hazrat Makhdoom Abdul Rashid Haqqani (Makhdoom Rashid Road)
    • Mausoleum of Hazrat Allama Syed Ahmed Saeed Kazmi (Eid Gah)
    • Shrine of Shahadna Shahaid (Near Delhi Gate) (a disciple of Bahaul Haq)
    • Totla Mai (Near Haram Gate)
    • Mausoleum of Hazrat Baba Piran Ghaib (Near Samijabad No1)
    • Mausoleum of Shah Ali Akbar
    • Baba Safra (Near Eidgah)
    • Mausoleum of Baba cyclon waleyBaba Safra (Near Eidgah)
    • Mausoleum of Pir sain Raksha Shareef
    • Nuagaza tombs
    • Manka
    • Mausoleum of Makhdoom Jahania in Jahanaian
    • Mazar Baba Tal Shah
  • Museums
  • Mosques
  • Sports grounds
    • Multan Cricket Club Stadium
    • Qasim Bagh Stadium
    • Divisional Sports Ground
    • Government College Cricket Ground (PCB Ground)


M U L T A N

The city of Saints Dust & Beggars as it is introduced in an old saying. This may be true in the olden days but it definitely is a different city these days. Multan is is main city of Southern Punjab province , It has always enjoyed a great importance in the history. Some how its people have attracted the Sufi saints so much the it became the abode of sufism in South east Asia. Multan is known to be the oldest living city in south east Asia. Today Multan is a combination of old and the new Pakistan culture. There is a big hustle bustle in the Old town and comfort of a five star hotel and sound streets in the New city. The Old city has a very interesting Bazaar and many elaborately decorated Shrines of the Sufi saints. For a tour of Multan one has to give at least one full day. There are regular flight from all major cities of Pakistan to Multan, beside Trains and Road. Most Itineraries of Multan are combined with Bahawalpur & Uch Sharief.



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