Friday, July 6, 2012

Pictures of a revamped centuries-old Hindu temple and a Haveli in the Saidpur Village of Islamabad. The village was converted into a place of Hindu worship by a Hindu commander, Raja Man Singh.
The region is home to many Hindu temples that have been preserved; showing the history of Hindu civilisation and architecture in the region. PHOTO: ASAD MALIK

National treasure Sadequain on show

Syed Sadequain Ahmed Naqvi, also often referred to as Sadequain Naqqash, was a world-renowned Pakistani artist, best known for his skills as a calligrapher and a painter.
Sadequain was deeply interested in the issues that have challenged the best minds of the human race – questions about the mysteries of the universe, meaning of life on our planet and beyond, role of human beings in the universe, freedom and self-determination, survival and progress, and the fine line between reason and emotion. PHOTO: FARAH KAMAL

A girl from the Hasegawa School, Karimabad, Hunza. Shot on film. PHOTO: AHMED SHAJEE

Literacy rate of Hunza is more than 90 per cent — far higher than the rest of Pakistan. PHOTO: AHMED SHAJEE

Daaman launches at Dolmen City Mall Clifton in Karachi. Momal Sheikh.PHOTO COURTESY MUTAHIR MAHMOOD

Adidas launches its flagship store in Lahore. Amna Babar PHOTO COURTESY BILAL MUKHTAR ANDEVENTS

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