Editor’s Note: Rare black & white photos of Multan dating back to 1877 are in the last portion of this Post.
Ghanta Ghar Chowk Multan. This chowk was always a traffic mess. It was renovated by the efforts of DCO Multan, Naseem Sadiq. Hats off to his contribution.
Ghanta Ghar Chowk Multan, Fort in the Background
Video Tour of Multan City
Mausoleum of Hazrat Baha-ud-Din Zakaria at Multan. Photo by Hydaspes’ Lightbox.
Tomb at Eid Gah, Multan. Photo by Dr. Junaid.
Nishtar Medical College, Multan. Nishtar Medical College, Multan is named after Sardar Abdur Rab Nishtar, a celebrated companion of Father of the Nation Mohammad Ali Jinnah and the then Governor of Punjab. Nishtar Medical College’s foundation stone was laid on the 28th of April, 1951 and the inauguration ceremony was held on 1 October 1951. The founding principal was Prof. Dr. Jamal Bhutta. On 1 October 1953, Nishtar Hospital started functioning with 80 beds.
Nishtar Hospital, Multan. Photo by Dr. Junaid.
Multan Burn Unit and Trauma Centre. Photo by Dr. Junaid.
State Bank of Pakistan, Multan. Photo by Dr. Junaid.
Multan Garrison Club (Old Services Club)
Ghora Wala Chowk, Multan Cantt. Photo by Dr. Junaid.
Ghora Chowk, Multan Cantt. Photo by Zeeshan Nasir.
Multan Cantonment Railway Station, 1913
Multan Railway Station, 1910
British and Indian Soldiers on Elephants at Multan, 1899
Indian Soldiers and Elephants at Multan, 1898
A British Officer and his family at Multan, 1877
Photos of Punjab
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