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Fareed Gate in Bahawalpur

Fareed Gate Bahawalpur

Bahawalpur was historically a walled city with seven gates, and Farid Gate is one of the only gates that is still standing. It is one of the major landmarks of the city. Conservation efforts are underway to preserve it and the surrounding areas to their former glory. Now you can buy everything regarding your daily life uses, from the Fareed gate. The food street is also present in the entering of the Gate and most probably available at night. So you have to go there and make your time most rememberable.

Abbasi Mosque in Bahawalpur

Abbasi Mosque Bahawalpur

Jameh Abbasi It was constructed on orders of Nawab Bahawal Khan Abbasi in 1849, circa 1222 Hj. The mosque is built out of marble in its entirety. Its beautifully carved arches, decorative marble work, calligraphy, and attention to detail make it no less than any great Mughal mosque. One unique feature of the mosque is a beautiful marble jharokha inside the main arch facing Derawar. Three beautiful pearl-like domes rest on the mosque roof. The mosque is still in a good shape and has been well maintained by the people of Derawar, unlike the Derawar Fort which is in shambles now.

Lal Suhanra National Park in Bahawalpur

Lal Suhanra National Park Bahawalpur

Lal Suhanra National Park is one of the largest national parks in South Asia. Lal Sohanra is spread over 162568 acres and is notable for the diversity of its landscape, which includes areas of desert, forest, and wetland. The following facilities are available in Lal Suhanra national park Booting, Children Gadgets, Canteen, Camel Riding, Grassy Lawn, Horse Riding, Children Park, Bamboo Hut, and TDCP Motel. Many species of animals can be found throughout the park. These include several wild animals of the desert such as Asiatic wildcats, rabbits, bustards, and deer. In mid-winter, the lake is regularly home to between 10,000 and 30,000 ducks and common coot.

Tomb Of Bibi Jawindi in Bahawalpur

Tomb Of Bibi Jawindi Bahawalpur

Dating back to the 15th century, the shrine was built in the spirit of the historical Sufi premier Bibi Jawindi of the Suhrawardiyyah order. Built of glazed bricks on an octagonal base with turrets on each of its eight corners, the tomb of Bibi Jawindi is considered one of the most ornate monuments in Uch. Both the interior and exterior of the building are richly decorated with Islamic scriptures, carved timber, and bright blue and glazed white mosaic tiles. The base tier is supported by the eight tapering turrets in each corner.

Derawar Fort in Bahawalpur

Derawar Fort Bahawalpur

Derawar Fort is an important place for tourists. The fort was initially known as Dera Rawal and later referred to as Dera Rawar, which with the passage of time came to be pronounced Derawar, its present name. The walls have a perimeter of 1500 meters and stand up to thirty meters high. This historically significant fort presents an enormous and impressive structure in the heart of the Cholistan desert, but it is rapidly deteriorating and in need of immediate preventive measures for preservation.

Noor Mahal in Bahawalpur

Noor Mahal Bahawalpur

Noor Mehal is one of the hidden gems of Bahawalpur. The palace is open to the public. It is currently in the possession of the Pakistan Army and is used as a state guest house for holding state durbars and meetings with foreign delegations. Noor Palace covers an area of 44,600 square feet (4,140 m2). It has 32 rooms including 14 in the basement, 6 verandas, and 5 domes. However, most of the palace's materials and furniture were imported from England and Italy. The construction of the palace was completed in 1875 at a cost of Rs. 1.2 million.

Sadiq Dane High School in Bahawalpur

Sadiq Dane High School Bahawalpur

Sadiq Dane High School is also known as Government Boys High School. It is the largest school in Bahawalpur with over 2000 students currently enrolled. It was established by Nawab of Bahawalpur. It was established in 1911. This old and historical and academic institution is attributed in the name of Nawab of Bahawalpur Sir Sadiq Muhammad Khan Abbasi the 5th and the then Governor of Punjab Sir William Dane.

Central Library in Bahawalpur

Central Library Bahawalpur

The library was founded on 8 March 1924 by Sir Rufus Daniel Issacs during the coronation year of Sadeq Mohammad Khan. Costs 100,000 Rupees by Bahawalpur State and is the second-largest in the province of Punjab. The library is one of the buildings, built by the Nawabs that was designed in a hybrid Neo-Gothic - Victorian style. Unlike other royal buildings, arches in the library are not multi-foiled but are instead single-foiled. A porch wraps around some of the buildings and has an octagonal tower with Jali work on its arches, and stylized Victorian scrolls at its base.

Gulzar Mahal in Bahawalpur

Gulzar Mahal Bahawalpur

The palace is surrounded by a large garden and is located in the Bahawalgarh Palace Complex in close proximity to the palaces of Darbar Mahal, Farrukh Mahal, and Nishat Mahal. It was commissioned during the reign of Sadeq Mohammad Khan and was built to be the residence for women members of the royal household of the former princely state of Bahawalpur, aside from the Queen. The palace has been leased by the armed forces since 1966.

Darbar Mahal in Bahawalpur

Darbar Mahal Bahawalpur

The building was built to hold courtly events and government offices of the former princely state of Bahawalpur. The palace was built by Bahawal Khan and initially named Mubarak Mahal. It was completed in 1905. It is built in a style that combines local, Arabic, and European influences. The exterior has intricate carvings, fretwork, and stucco work. Each side of the building features a large entranceway and jharokha balconies. The building's third floor is a Mughal-style chattri roof with each of its corners having a highly-stylized octagonal turret with Sikh-style domes.