A view of Dehli Gate, the Delhi Gate is one of the six remaining gates which were the traditional entry points in old Lahore. The Delhi Gate was built during the Mughal period and is one of the original thirteen gates of the inner city, of which only six survives. The gate was named after Delhi since the gate open east, in the general direction of that city

APP48-130522 LAHORE: May 13 - A view of Dehli Gate, the Delhi Gate is one of the six remaining gates which were the traditional entry points in old Lahore. The Delhi Gate was built during the Mughal period and is one of the original thirteen gates of the inner city, of which only six survives. The gate was named after Delhi since the gate open east, in the general direction of that city. APP Photo by Mustafa Lashari
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Keeping alive the centuries-old traditions of storytelling and serving Peshawari Qahwa (green tea), Qissa Khwani being an oldest bazaar of South Asia attracts tourists in droves due to its rich cultural diversity, Mughal era architectural buildings and aroma of food cuisines. Qissa Khwani’s primitive and archaic culture magnetize tourists’ attention before visiting its food restaurants and Qehwa shops where they swap tales of ancient culture, music and traditional norms by enjoying aroma of mouthwatering food cuisines including Chappal Kabab, Mutton Karahi, fried fish, chicken roast, Kabli Pulao, Qulfi-Falooda (dessert) along with famous Qehwa (green tea)(Match the picture with story released by APP)

APP26-120921 PESHAWAR: September 12 - Keeping alive the centuries-old traditions of storytelling and serving Peshawari Qahwa (green tea), Qissa Khwani being an oldest bazaar of South Asia attracts tourists in droves due to its rich cultural diversity, Mughal era architectural buildings and aroma of food cuisines. Qissa Khwani’s primitive and archaic culture magnetize tourists’ attention before visiting its food restaurants and Qehwa shops where they swap tales of ancient culture, music and traditional norms by enjoying aroma of mouthwatering food cuisines including Chappal Kabab, Mutton Karahi, fried fish, chicken roast, Kabli Pulao, Qulfi-Falooda (dessert) along with famous Qehwa (green tea)(Match the picture with story released by APP). APP photo by Shaheryar Anjum
APP26-120921 PESHAWAR: APP27-120921 PESHAWAR: September 12 - Keeping alive the centuries-old traditions of storytelling and serving Peshawari Qahwa (green tea), Qissa Khwani being an oldest bazaar of South Asia attracts tourists in droves due to its rich cultural diversity, Mughal era architectural buildings and aroma of food cuisines. Qissa Khwani’s primitive and archaic culture magnetize… Continue reading Keeping alive the centuries-old traditions of storytelling and serving Peshawari Qahwa (green tea), Qissa Khwani being an oldest bazaar of South Asia attracts tourists in droves due to its rich cultural diversity, Mughal era architectural buildings and aroma of food cuisines. Qissa Khwani’s primitive and archaic culture magnetize tourists’ attention before visiting its food restaurants and Qehwa shops where they swap tales of ancient culture, music and traditional norms by enjoying aroma of mouthwatering food cuisines including Chappal Kabab, Mutton Karahi, fried fish, chicken roast, Kabli Pulao, Qulfi-Falooda (dessert) along with famous Qehwa (green tea)(Match the picture with story released by APP)

Begum Shahi Mosque, officially The Mosque of Mariyam Zamani Begum, is an early 17th-century mosque situated in the City. The mosque was built between 1611 and 1614 during the reign of Mughal Emperor Jahangir in honour of his mother

APP23-030721 LAHORE: July 03 - Begum Shahi Mosque, officially The Mosque of Mariyam Zamani Begum, is an early 17th-century mosque situated in the City. The mosque was built between 1611 and 1614 during the reign of Mughal Emperor Jahangir in honour of his mother. APP photo by Ashraf Ch
APP23-030721 APP24-030721LAHORE: July 03 - Begum Shahi Mosque, officially The Mosque of Mariyam Zamani Begum, is an early 17th-century mosque situated in the City. The mosque was built between 1611 and 1614 during the reign of Mughal Emperor Jahangir in honour of his mother. APP photo by Ashraf Ch
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