ooh man i got my wedding card printer just in that street. i think should go back home for ever. miss my home country
What a great man and how unfair by the Pakistani Government on the mismanagement.
Government has expressed their honour for this great King. The tombe otherwise was totally neglected since the Sikh rule.
Amir Sahib probably has not seen the tomb back in 1950s otherwise he would have appreciated the improvements.
Historicall the grave marks the palce where a saintly figure use to squat and passer-by congregated to listen to his sermons. Once the King happen to pass through the street and he admonished the FAKIR for blocking the traffic flow. He ordered the street to be cleared before he, the King, returned from his game of Chaugaan. As the King left, the saintly FAKIR reflected saying that the King seemed very sure of returing back to this place ! He should adopt humility - only Allh knows if he will ever return?
Qutb-ud-Din fell fromn his horse and died then and there. He lies here and rests in Peace.
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Photo taken in Anarkali, Lahore, Pakistan
Misplaced? Suggest new location