Friday, May 2, 2014

Pakistan In Pictures

Aadab, Lucknow!


From the long dastarkhawan (spread of food) to the rich meals of the Nawabs, Lucknow is known for its hospitality and food. And Avari Hotel is all set to provide the luxury and delight of Lakhnavi fine dining in Pakistan.

The restaurant is a visual treat and gives one a taste of the Nawabi lifestyle, literally. PHOTO: SHAFIQ MALIK/EXPRESS

Being the latest addition to the hotel, the Lakhnavi is a one-of-a-kind restaurant — it is the only place in the country serving authentic Lakhnavi cuisine.




 PHOTO: SHAFIQ MALIK/EXPRESS



 Avari Hotel has flown notable chefs from Lucknow to Pakistan, so that they can train the chefs in Lahore. With nearly 20-minute intervals between each course, an average meal can take two hours to finish.




 Islooites are all set for their coiffure needs with Toni & Guy’s new salon

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s fashion industry seems hell-bent on defying the country’s current economic conditions, as evidenced by Toni & Guy launching their latest and largest world franchise in Islamabad on Saturday evening. With the addition of the expert salon, it appears the otherwise quaint city will get a chance to add some character to its landscape.



Lahore Literary Festival 2014

One of the book stalls at Alhamra Art Center. – Photo by Hamza Cheema



 A dog rests on a buffalo near Ravi River in Lahore, Pakistan, on Febuary 4, 2013. (Photo by Mohsin Raza/ Reuters).




The cover of Project Lalala in Pakistan, which is inspired by local truck art. PHOTOS: PUBLICITY

KARACHI: Music knows no boundaries. You need not know the language in which a song has been sung in order to appreciate it. Its beauty lies in its tonality and more importantly, the universality of its message. Speaking of music, a recent development that is music to our ears is ‘Project Lalala’, which has been initiated by the French cultural institution Alliance Fran├žaise.



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