Picture Gallery
Site designed & powered by: Muhammad Ahsan Jamal (In collabration with Tele-Visual Infolink)

Click on a picture to enlarge it.

K2 (28,250 ft or 8,611 m), the second highest mountain in the world. This extremely beautiful lake Dudipatsar is still hidden from the tourist attraction, it is located in Kaghan Valley. Biafo Hisper La (Snow Lake) is located 16,000 feet (4,877 m) above sea level, and is approximately 10 miles (16 km) wide. Snow Lake is the most famous, difficult and most beautiful lake across Biafo Hisper pass in pakistan and very few people have become lucky to see it. Snow Lake local name is Lup-Kay-La. It is all covered in Snow. Beautiful waterfall near Hillan, Tehsil Haveli, district Bagh AJK. Neelum Valley (Chitta Katha) - one of the most beautiful places on earth. Shangrila Lake is a part of the Shangrila resort located at a drive of about 20 minutes from Skardu (nearly 2,500 m or 8,200 feet) town. It is a very popular tourist destination.  It was named heaven on earth because of its spectacular beauty and breathtaking view and peaceful atmosphere. A bird-eye view of Shangrilla Lake.
Islamabad capital city of Pakistan, is well-organized and divided into different sectors and zones. It is one of the greenest and well-planned cities of Asia. Islamabad is also home to the Faisal Masjid which is well known for its architecture and immense size. An aerial view of Islamabad, through famous view point Damn-e-Koh. The Faisal Mosque in Islamabad is the largest mosque in Pakistan and South Asia and the sixth largest mosque in the world. The Faisal Mosque is named after the late King Faisal bin Abdul Aziz of Saudi Arabia, who supported and financed the project. It is designed by a renowned Turkish architect Vedat Dalokay's. It is a focal point of Islamabad, and a famous and recognized icon of the city. Interior view of the Faisal mosque. Pakistan Monument - The blooming flower represents Pakistan while the four petals of the monument represent the four provinces and the remaining three small petals represent the northern areas, Kashmir and the country’s tribal areas. Saidpur is a model village in Islamabad. It reflects real cultural heritage of Pakistani village society and is now a big tourist spot. Fatima Jinnah Park is a public recreational park situated in sector F-9 of Islamabad. The park is considered one of the largest in South East Asia. It was named after the revered (Mother of the Nation) Miss Fatima Jinnah- younger sister of the founder of Pakistan. Micheal Japero was the builder of Fatima Park.
The Badshahi Masjid, was built in 1673 by the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb in Lahore. It is one of the city's best known landmarks, and a major tourist attraction epitomising the beauty and grandeur of the Mughal era. It is capable of accommodating over 55,000 worshipers, and is the second largest mosque in Pakistan. Interior view of the Badshahi mosque. Badshahi Masjid, Lahore - from another angel. Minar-e-Pakistan is a tall minaret in Iqbal Park Lahore, built in commemoration of the Lahore Resolution. The minaret reflects a blend of Mughal and modern architecture, and is constructed on the site where on March 23, 1940, seven years before the formation of Pakistan, the Muslim League passed the Lahore Resolution (Qarardad-e-Lahore), demanding the creation of Pakistan. This was the first official declaration to establish a separate homeland for the Muslims living in the South Asia. Pakistan now celebrates this day as a national holiday each year. Mausoleum of Mughal Emperor Jehangir(Salim) in Lahore. The Lahore Fort, locally referred to as Shahi Qila is citadel of the city of Lahore. The existing base structure was built during the reign of Mughal emperor Akbar (1556-1605). In 1981, the fort was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site along with the Shalimar Gardens (Lahore). The Sheesh Mahal is located within the Shah Burj block in northern-western corner of Lahore Fort. It was constructed under the reign of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in 1631-32. Sheesh Mahal, in Urdu language, literally means 'Crystal Palace'. However, with its pietra dura decorations and intricate mirror-work inlaid into the white marble walls and ceilings creating gleaming effect, the lavish room has come to be known as 'Palace of Mirrors', and sometimes the 'Hall of Mirrors'. It has been inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1981.
Tomb of Bibi Javindi in Uch Sharif. Derawar Fort is a large square fortress in Pakistan near Bahawalpur. The forty bastions of Delawar are visible for many miles in Cholistan Desert. The walls have a circumference of 1500 meters and stand up to thirty meters high. Chaukundi tombs, are attributed to Jokhio and Baloch tribes and were build between 15th and 18th centuries. It is situated 29 km east of Karachi. These tombs are remarkable for the elaborate and exquisite carving; the style of architecture is no where else to be found in the Islamic world. The tomb of Shah Rukn-i-Alam grandson of Shaikh Bahauddin Zakaria, which was built between 1320 and 1324, is an unmatched pre-Moghul masterpiece. The Mausoleum of Rukn-i-Alam could possibly be considered the glory of Multan. The total height of the building above the road level is 150 feet. Besides its religious importance, the mausoleum is also of considerable archaeological value as its dome is reputed to be the second largest in the world. Mohatta Palace - In the late 1920's Shivratan Mohatta, commissioned the architect Ahmed Hussein Agha to design a Rajput palace in Karachi. Agha built a spectacular summer palace in the tradition of stone palaces in Rajasthan, using pink Jodhpur stone in combination with fine yellow local stone from Gizri. The palace has an area of 18,500 sq. feet and its facade is trimmed with windows, stone brackets, spandrels, domes, balustrades with carved floral motifs and exquisite railings. Entrance to Khyber pass and Torkham border of Afghanistan from Peshawar. Quaid-e-Azam Library in Baghe Jinnah - Lahore.
Mazar-e-Quaid or the National Mausoleum refers to the tomb of the founder of Pakistan, Muhammad Ali Jinnah. It is an iconic symbol of Karachi throughout the world. The mausoleum, completed in the 1960s, is situated at the heart of the city. 500 fts high powerful boost of water fountain developed by Karachi Port Trust in January 2006. Its is the second highest fountain in the world. Handicraft shop in Karachi Karachi - The largest city of Pakistan and second most populous city in the world. Park Towers is a shopping mall located in the heart of Karachi, near the Arabian Sea. DHA Marina Beach - Karachi. An aerial view of downtown Karachi.
The Dharmarajika is a large Buddhist stupa in the area of Taxila. It is thought that it was established by the Maurya emperor Ashoka in the 3rd century BCE around relics of the Buddha. The Dharmarajika stupa, is a circular structure with a raised terrace around its base. A circle of small chapels surround the great stupa. Three distinctive types of masonry in the buildings around the main stupa suggest the contributions of different periods to the building activity. Karumbar Lake (4272 meters or 14,012 feet) is the 31st highest lakes in the world. It is located in Ishkoman Valley, Northern Areas of Pakistan. The approximate length of the lake is 3.9 km, width is 2km and, average depth is 52m. The Faisalabad Clock Tower is one of the oldest monuments still standing in its original state from the period of the British Raj. The locals refer to it as Hour House. It is located in the older part of the city. The clock is placed at the center of the eight markets that from a bird's-eye view look like the Union Jack flag of the United Kingdom. The Noor Mahal is a beautiful palace built in 1872 in Bahawalpur. It is like an Italian chateau on neoclassical lines, strangely at a time when modernism had set in. According to one belief, Nawab Sadiq Muhammad Khan IV had the palace made for his wife. The Shah Jahan mosque was built in 1647 by the Mughal King Shahjahan. The mosque has overall 100 domes and it is world's largest mosque having such number of domes. It has been built keeping acoustics in mind. A person speaking inside one end of the dome can be heard at the other end. The Shah Jahan mosque represents the height of tile decoration in the Sind. The influence of mosaic on tile work is seen in the ceiling decoration of semi-domed and domed chambers, as well as in the fillings of interlaced arches and in the panels at squinch level. The technique of soft glazed tile paneling had been in use since the Tarkhan period. Various shapes of tiles (square, rectangular and hexagonal) were manufactured and joined to complete a design in a given panel. The tilework is not related to the imperial Mughal style, but to the Timurid school. Various shades of blue on white, and some yellow or purple background produce a very soothing effect in the hot climate of Thatta. DJ(Dayaram Jethamal) Science College. It is located in the heart of old Karachi, the foundation stone for this college was laid on 19th November, 1887 by Lord Dufferin. The college is named after Diwan Dayaram Jethmal its main benefactor. Quran Mahal is one of the unique religious house, where more than 200,000 Holy Book of Quran is being secured and preserved by one of the famous saint Sheikh Muhammad Barkat Ali. In Quran Palace there are several copies of the Holy Book which is more than 600 years old. It is situated at Darul Ehsan, in the district of Faisalabad.
Moenjo-daro (Mound of the Dead) was one of the largest city-settlements of the Indus Valley Civilization of south Asia situated in the province of Sind. Built around 2600 BCE, the city was one of the early urban settlements in the world, existing at the same time as the civilizations of ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Crete. The archaeological ruins of the city are designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is sometimes referred to as 'An Ancient Indus Valley Metropolis'. Makli Graveyard is one of the largest necropolis in the world. Its a few kilometers from the town of thatta, and about 100 km from Pakistan's largest city Karachi. This is one of the most visually stunning archaelogical sites in Pakistan. Covering 15-1/2 sqaure kilometers, and said to contain over one million tombs. Takht Bahi is a Buddhist monastic complex dating to the 1st century BCE. The complex is regarded by archaeologists as being particularly representative of the architecture of Buddhist monastic centers from its era. It was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1980. Takht means 'throne' and bahi, 'water or 'spring' in Urdu. The monastic complex was called Takht-i-Bahi because it was built atop a hill watered by a spring. It is located about 15 kilometers from Mardan in Pakistan's North-West Frontier Province. St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Karachi, is situated on Shahrah-e-Iraq, located near the Empress Market in Karachi. It has the capacity to accommodate at least 1,500 worshippers at the same time. It was designed by three members of the Society of Jesus: Father Wagner, Brother Kluver and Brother Lau. The Samadhi of Ranjit Singh is the mausoleum of the Sikh ruler Maharaja Ranjit Singh. Its construction was started by his son, Kharak Singh on the spot where he was cremated, and was completed by his grandson, Duleep Singh in 1848. The tomb exmeplifies Sikh architecture, it is gilded fluted domes and cupolas and an ornate balustrade round the top. Ranjit Singh's ashes are contained in a marble urn in the shape of a lotus, sheltered under a marble pavilion inlaid with pietra dura, in the centre of the tomb. Other tiny urns contain the ashes of his four wives and seven concubines who threw themselves on his funeral pyre. The Wazir Khan Mosque in Lahore, is famous for its extensive faience tile work. It was built in seven years, starting around 1634-1635 A.D., during the reign of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jehan. Sunset on a beach in Gwadar.

Click Here to go to Next Page
Copyright © TVI (Tele-Visual Infolink). All Rights Reserved. Website best viewed at 1280x800 monitor resolution