from the North-West Frontier of erstwhile British Empire, on the borders of tribal land, a story of a last stand, literally last man – last round
A short story from Minchinabad
Memoirs from Thal, a travel across Waziristan, and the tales from The Frontier Scouts; a force d’élite…
Meeting a martyr from the war of independence in 1857. Meeting the Kharal chief in his native Jhamra. Stretching a few miles up ahead to Syyedwala.
From the Scottish Highlands to Mainland Punjab following the essence of freedom. The tale from 1857 War of Independence in West Punjab. The tale of an epic encounter: Kharal vs Berkley
On a mid-winter noon of 1849, at this battlefield, Sikhs took on the army of East India Company and wreaked havoc, with an utter disregard to safety .and precaution.
A Poppy in Potohar
Exploring the secrets, the artistry, the emotions. Embracing the architecture, embracing something beyond architecture.
A Scottish Cannon in Potohar Plateau
An obscured village in Faisalabad. The hidden marvels of engineering, agricultural wonders and a person who when gave in charity, gave like saints.
‘This Will Kill That’
Khyber Pukhtunkhwa, the North-West frontier of Pakistan, is a region of legendary romance on the pages of history, a significant chapter of which are the days of the Sub-Continent under British Raj. My stroll at the Tehkal Christian Cemetery was inspired by the urge to claim my share from the aura of Victorian romance at Peshawar.
A Tale of Three Cities