The concept of “Self” brings together some of the key elements of self-registration and understanding what it really is: truly understanding what is within and having a relationship with what is within, doing nothing and pursuing material or personal things. Then comes “Aw-realization”, a stage of transition from darkness to light; from ignorance to knowledge; from here to there; from here to there and find the answer to the word:
Visit PAKISTAN, DESTINATION 2007 the most exciting event of the year that welcomes tourists from all over the world to explore the golden plateau landscape of this fertile land. Whenever we talk about pilgrimage or religious pilgrimage, those holy places come to our mind as Mecca (Saudi Arabia), Temples of Iraq and Iran, Vatican City. Pakistan, the holy land and monuments where famous Sufi poets left their imprints full of wisdom and timeless messages, among these sages were Baba Farid (1173-1265), Guru Nanak (1469)-1540), Shah Hussain (1539- 1599), Sultan Bahoo (1629-1690), Bulleh Syah (1680-1758), Waris Syah (1722-1798), Mian Muhammad (1830-1904), Khawaja Farid (1841-1901)). Religious places in Pakistan are Multan (Mystical Land) Sehven Sharif, Pkpatan, Hassan Abdal, Nankana Sahib, Sacha Sauda Taxila, Ghandhara Stupa, Raj Katas, Kallar Kahar.
The main goal is to attract tourists to these places,
for this we have to carry out several procedures in bulk. Proper analysis plays a vital role in any travel industry, advertising through brochures, flyers, stickers, coffee table books, crafts, stamps, TV shows, travel books and newspapers. Multan is perhaps the most populous city in Southeast Asia, with a history that reflects the history of the region. Everyone attacked Alexander, from the Mughals to the British who were fighting for control of the city, which was about a hundred miles from Punjnad, where the five great rivers of Punjab met.
Here in Multan, there are more tombs of Saints and Sufis gathered in one place than anywhere else in the world.
The city is filled with huge bricks and temples, especially by the 11th century guards Saint ‘Shah Rukn-e-Alam’ and Hazrat Bahauddin Zikria and many others like Shah Shams Tabrez. They are worshiped not only for the people, but also for the thousands of people who flock to these temples, seeking spiritual enlightenment, of course, the galaxy of mosques and idol houses built in Multan speaks volumes about the splendor and majesty of this city. . Other notable attractions include the city’s fortifications and the 18th-century Eidgah Mosque.
Lahore (come and see it, come and love it.)
A wealthy city with a current timeline is the largest city in Punjab. Make it a red ornament in the middle of the city, a sense of life. Reaching the warehouse, crowd various parts and colors. The history of Lahore dates back to 1021 AD when it was conquered by Mahmood Ghaznavi which made it the capital of the Ghaznavi Empire. It was then that Lahore became a center for social, cultural and educational programs and continued to thrive, until the late Mughal glory that gave it prominent structures, including royal palaces, tombs and gardens. Lahore owes much to the Mughal rulers, as it was here that bulleh Shah Jehan built the Shalimar courtyard, Aurangzeb built the famous Badshahi mosque and this is where Emperor Jehangir and his beloved wife Nur are buried. jehan. The majestic entrance and grand opening of Lahore Fort speaks volumes about the past. Nankana Sahib (Janam Isthan) 39 km southwest of Sheikhupura is an important destination.
There are two Sikh or Gurdwara temples here,
Ba Lila where Guru Nanka, the founder of the Sikh religion spent his childhood, in Janamasthan, where he is believed to have been born. The latter built a teacher’s shrine. Three times a year, in Besakhi (April), the anniversary of Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s death (June) and Guru Nanak Dev’s birthday (November), thousands of Sikh Yatries visit these temples. Apart from these two gurdwaras, Nankana Sahib has several other religious films such as Maulvi Patti Sahib’s gurdwaras, Tambu Sahib, Kaira Sahib and Nahang Singh Chhauni.
Hassan Abdal (Kota Guru) 48km from Rawalpindi provides comfort, convenience.
The village is associated with Sikhs because the Gurdwara known as Panja Sahib has a sacred stone inscribed with the signature of their religious leader, Guru Nanak. Raj Ketas, located between Kallar Kahar and Choa Saidan Shah, was an important Hindu destination before the separation. Ketas means “crying eyes”. Here we see many abandoned temples, temples, bathrooms and ruined castles around the pond, to