Uch Sharif’s history is rich with complexity and cultural blending. The city may trace its roots back to 325 BCE, possibly founded by Alexander the Great as Alexandria on the Indus. Natives from the Greek region of Thrace were said to have settled in Uch, at the confluence of the Acesines river with the Indus....
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Nestled in the heart of Multan – the city of saints – the Tomb of Hazrat Shah Rukn-e-Alam stands not only as an architectural marvel but as a living testament to the spiritual richness that defines this historic city. Join us on a detailed exploration, delving into the intricate history, architectural grandeur, and profound cultural...
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Gandhara was the name of a region located in the present northwestern part of Pakistan. In the north it was extended into Swat valley while the valley of Peshawar was making is southern territories. In the west it included Jalalabad in Afghanistan. River Indus including Taxila marked its eastern boundary line. Ancient Gandhara is mentioned...
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