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
The ruins of an ancient haveli in Padhana, at Pakistan – India borders have some tales to unfold…
seeking a great literary work of Punjab folklore, a tale of an architectural discovery, in the very heartland of Punjab, Pakistan
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.
tale of a primaeval civilization, a mysterious script and the mythical unicorns
A mythical journey to the past, exploring Mughal era bridges on the romantic Degh Nadi.
Once there was, once there wasn’t… Time was a commodity held aplenty with people. For when people traveled they longed for people and places and when they eventually came across, sitting together and talking to each other wasn’t a sin.
A bustling travel hub from the by-gone days of the British Raj dwells as a present day ghost in the dysfunctional railways of Pakistan…
to friendship, to valour, to sacrifice!
Exploring the secrets, the artistry, the emotions. Embracing the architecture, embracing something beyond architecture.
A village from the Punjab hinterland where export quality dolls are made. A tale of finding the possibilities amongst all odds…