Many countries have their national places in them but Pakistan’s attractive and beautiful monuments are very fascinating. These places commemorate the national leader’s work, national places commemoration, or any other such aspect of nature. Likewise, Pakistan is also a land of many architectural benchmarks. From monuments that are featured on the Pakistani national currency notes to mausoleums of important Pakistanis. Let’s look at a fleeting history of some of the national monuments of Pakistan.
Quaid-e-Azam’s Residency known as the Ziarat Residency is at Ziarat, Balochistan, Pakistan. The famous food of Balochistan is “Khaddi Kabab” and prepared from the meat of lamb and is the traditional food of this province. Ziarat is that place where Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah spent the last 2 months and 10 days of his life. He served by Nurse A. S Nathaniel.
Pakistan’s attractive and beautiful monument of the city of Quetta was constructed in 1892 at the time of the British Raj with the wooden structure and originally designed as a sanatorium before being converted into the summer residence of the agent of the Governor-General. The Place Rebuilt by renowned “Nayyar Ali Dada” and rehabilitated Ziarat Residency opened on 14th August 2014 by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. This place is also famous for being the 2nd largest Juniper forest in the world. Ziarat has located 133 kilometres away from the capital city of Balochistan Quetta.
Ziarat is also famous for snow falling and there are also some areas are covered with snow include Phishin, Qila Abdullah, Qila Saifullah, Muslim Bagh, Khanozai, Toba Achakzai, Mastung, Kalat, Harboi and Surab. These areas covered over 3 feet of snow. The image of his residency is also printed on the Pakistani 100Rs note that remember of his place and the days that he spent there.
The main and major Pakistan’s attractive and beautiful monument is the Quaid-e-Azam’s Mazar. The catacomb holds the remaining parts of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the organizer of Pakistan. Called Quaid-e-Azam (“Great Leader”), Jinnah was the country’s first Governor-General. From 1913 until Pakistan was established in 1947, Jinnah was the head of the All-India Muslim League inside then-British India. After World War I, Jinnah and the Muslim League progressively upheld a different Muslim State. After World War II, the Muslim League won the vote to at last build up another country.
Unfortunately, Jinnah died of tuberculosis a brief year after the country he contended energetically to make got free. He planned the sepulchre his remaining parts presently exist in during the 1960s. The unemotional white marble structure orders consideration even from a far distance. Lines of gurgling wellsprings lead toward the structure, which is pleasingly basic and striking engineering excellence.
The tomb likewise holds the burial places of his sister Fatima Jinnah, the Māder-e Millat (“Mother of the Nation”) and Liaquat Ali Khan, Pakistan’s first Prime Minister.
The Quaid-e-Azam House Museum (Flag Staff House):
House Museum of Quaid-e-Azam, prominently known as Flag Staff House, is a significant National Monument in the city’s core. The Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s house is also becoming Pakistan’s attractive and beautiful monuments. A perfect yellow stone twofold wandered fabricating arranged at the intersection of Shahrah-e-Faisal and Fatima Jinnah Road, Staff Lines, Karachi Cantonment. The Quid-e-Azam bought the House on fourteenth August 1943 from Mr. Sorab Kavasji Katrak, a previous Mayor of Karachi.
Although he died in 1948, just a year after the autonomy of Pakistan, we can investigate a portion of his significant assets, permitting us to look into a significant piece of our nation’s set of experiences .
Spots around Pakistan, which stayed being used of Muhammad Ali Jinnah or are some way or another connected to him incorporate Ziarat Residency (his rest house), Mazar-I-Quaid (his sepulchre), Wazir Mansion (his origin) and the Quaid-e-Azam House Museum (where the entirety of his significant things have kept in plain view) .
The Wazir Mansion (Birthplace of Muhammad Ali Jinnah):
Wazir Mansion is the place/house where the guardians of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah inhabited the hour of introducing the country’s Supreme Leader. The house, where Mr. Mohammad Ali Jinnah went through his sixteen years his youth, is presently a valuable National Monument that gives motivation to our country . Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah lived at there and this place also became Pakistan’s attractive and beautiful monument, he lived his childhood at there.
The house is presently filled in as a gallery and a public file. “A house where Mohammad Ali Jinnah spent 16 years of his childhood and youth is a precious national monument that provides inspiration to our nation”.
There used to be a Karachi Circular Railway station called Wazir Mansion. In 2009, Wazir Mansion shut for redesign incidentally yet resumed for guests later .
Tomb of Allama Iqbal:
Allama Iqbal one of the famous inspirations from Pakistan’s attractive and beautiful monuments. He admired in Pakistan as Mufakkir-e-Pakistan (The thinker of Pakistan) or Shair-e-Mashriq (The Poet of East). After the death of Iqbal in April 1938, a committee formed Chaudhary Muhammad Hussain supervised that over.
The early round of the design submitted by famous designers was not reasonable. The ultimate design decided from the Mughal tradition and comprised a combination of Afghan and Moorish Architecture.
During the construction of the monument, the major problem was the lack of adequate funds. The committee not resolved the donation from the local governments and state rulers.
Thus, the funds raised from the contributions from the Allama Iqbal friends, admirers and discipline. The architecture built of red sandstone that taken from Jaipur, British India and built. The building made from marble from Makrana, Rajputana .
Allama Iqbal’s Residence Javed Manzil, Lahore:
Javed Manzil is the last home of philosopher, thinker, and poet of the East Dr Allama Muhammad Iqbal. The house of Allama Muhammad Iqbal gave to his son Javed Iqbal and after it became Pakistan’s attractive and beautiful monuments. In the wake of going through the most recent three years (1935-38) of his life, he lost his breath on 21st April 1938 in this house. Javed Manzil based on around 7 canals of land, burning through Rs.42025/ – under the management of Allama Iqbal, senior sibling Sheik Atta Muhammad.
Keeping in see the meaning of this house it changed over into authentic house gallery lodging the relics and possessions of Allama Iqbal. Javed Manzil ensured and proclaimed as National Monument in 1973 under the Federal Government act Antiquities Act 1973.
The building is in a decent condition of conservation and all around kept up. During the year 2015-16 assets distributed for some significant fixes and improvements of the landmark. Javed Manzil is a late period provincial structure, with no critical ornamental highlights and engineering components. The place apparent from the current front on the primary street.
Javed Manzil, Allama Iqbal Museum is on the fundamental Allama Iqbal Road, which leads from the rail route station to the primary Garhi Shahu Chowk. A wide range of transport is accessible from all spaces of the city to get to the landmark. All open utilities are accessible in the environmental factors of the landmark. A decent standard container, an assembly hall, and a library required for the historical centre .
Minar-e-Pakistan is a symbolization of commemoration of the Lahore Resolution. It began on 23rd March 1940. On that day, in the park, Muslims demanded a separate homeland under the supervision of the Muslim league.
Later in 1960, the tower of Minar-e-Pakistan built in the Resolution’s memory of Pakistan. It memorializes us the struggle that Muslims did for getting a distinct home. The design of Minar-e-Pakistan is very famous with Mughal, Islamic and Modern building. ts configuration is the aftereffect of a certified and fabulous designer Mr Naseer-ud-Din Murat Khan. The plan was introduced by a structural Engineer Mr Abdur Rehman Khan Niazi while Mian Abdul Khaliq developed it. He finished the construction cycle in 1968. It planned in such a dazzling manner that you can get an all-encompassing perspective city from the top of Minar . Minar-e-Pakistan is famous in the world due to his specific shape and design, it also became as the Pakistan’s attractive and beautiful monuments.
Pakistan Monument Museum (PMM):
The Pakistan Monument Museum (PMM) established in 2010 on the West of Shakarparian Hills to pay attribute to the all heroes of Pakistan who served the country and sacrifice themselves to create Pakistan into existence.
It is in between Rawalpindi and Islamabad metropolitan area and is popular among tourist destination . It covered about 2.8 hectors area and created on the shape of a blooming flower petal-shaped. These petals represent the different provinces, traditions and heroes of Pakistan .
Although the Museum represents the ancient civilization, freedom struggle of Pakistan, formation of Pakistan and the major achievements of Pakistan to date. The PMM also has the facilities of a reference library, audio-visual archive, conference hall along with the 62-seat capacity auditorium that is famous for Panorama Hall .
Islamic Summit Minar (Tower):
The Islamic Summit Minar is a pillar formed construction worked in the focal point of Charing Cross, Mall Road in the city of Lahore, Punjab the territory of Pakistan. It worked to celebrate the second Islamic Summit Conference held in Lahore in 1974. Its establishment stone laid on 22 February 1974 on the primary commemoration of the conference. It is 155 feet (47 m) high.
The minar developed by National Construction Company Pakistan Ltd. also, planned by a Turkish designer, Vedat Dalokay, who additionally planned the Faisal Mosque in Islamabad. It is situated before WAPDA House and the Punjab Assembly Building. The landmark, made of a monolith and reflecting pool, finishes the plan of a metropolitan square. Subterranean, there is an exhibition hall show, meeting rooms, and a little theatre .
House of Dr. Abdus Salam, Jhang:
The house of Dr. Abdus Salam was declared as the National tribute by the Government of Pakistan. It is the house of Pakistani Professor Abdus Salam who as a theoretical physicist and became the First Muslim and Pakistani for getting the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1979. His life’s work was key to defining the theory of particle physics that is still using today. This house transferred to the Punjab Archaeology Department after the 18th amendment in the constitution . Dr. Abdus Salam very famous among scientists due to his invention, after his invention he became an idol and his house from Pakistan’s attractive and beautiful monuments which being care for and reconstructed by the Government of Pakistan.
“A blue plaque on the house in Putney where he lived for 40 years is a fitting tribute to Nobel Laureate Abdus Salam, who was not only one of the finest scientists of the twentieth century, having unified two of the four fundamental forces of nature, but who also dedicated his life to the betterment of science and education in the developing world,” said Professor Micheal Duff, from the Department of Physics at Imperial. Completed his Ph.D. in 1972 under the supervision of Professor Abdus Salam, and formerly held the title of Abdus Salam Professor of Theoretical Physics. 
Ghulam Hoosain Khaliqdina Hall, Karachi:
The Khaliq Dina Hall was raised on Bunder Road in Karachi and opened in 1906. There is one wide great hall for public get-togethers and two rooms. He put the rooms as shown by the arrangement at the removal of the board of the local General Library. The lobby was 70 feet long and 45 feet expansive. The stature was 30 feet.
The lobby could situate 600-700 people. The front part had a space of 525 by 325 feet. In 1902, Khaliqdina gave 18,000 rupees out of the all-out cost of 33,000 rupees towards the development of the structure, while the Karachi Municipal Corporation gave the excess 15,000 rupees. Khaliq Dina Hall the court for the 1921 “Preliminary of Sedition” in which British specialists put Maulana Shaukat Ali and Maulana Mohammad Ali Jouhar being investigated for revolt as they made discourses on the side of the Khilafat Movement.
Pakistan Muslim League Council Corridor:
On 20 February 1949, the primary meeting of the Pakistan Muslim League Council held in the corridor and gone to by Pakistan’s first Prime Minister, Liaquat Ali Khan. The corridor additionally used after Pakistan’s freedom as a site for Majlis during the most recent ten days of Muharram, which were tended to by the prominent Islamic researcher Allama Rasheed Turabi .
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