Sunday, March 4, 2018

Why is Different – What We Observed?

Why is Different – What We Observed?

There is no denying the fact that with the evolution of the digital age, the competition has increased drastically and people are not sure which platform to choose and why. Same is the case with property portals. There are numerous property portals operating in Pakistan and the people are confused as to which platform they should choose. The addition of a new portal makes it all the more difficult!
It is necessarily not the case that the most popular platform will fetch you the desired results and similarly, it cannot be assumed that the newest one is of no use. For this reason, it is important to know in detail about a certain platform before coming to a conclusion. Recently, we were invited to a Blogger’s Meetup organized by where we were introduced to this premium Pakistan’s property portal.
After the presentation and the cross-questioning, we found very different from the rest. Their slogan, “We Find You Home” justifies their dedication and commitment to serving the clients and exceeding their expectations. The professional team of makes sure that everything is done on time and in the most professional manner. There are a part of dedicated team and regularly follow up with the clients through phone calls and other channels. All the property listings available at are personally visited by the field staff to gather the required information to be posted up at the website with the property listing.
Their way to present the property is also very unique – besides the pictures of the property, there is also a 2D plan available along with a drone video footage to get a birds eye’s view of the surrounding areas. All of the features are of high interest for any potential customers as well as real estate agents. This feature combined with great customer service makes one of the best property portals in Pakistan in my view.

Indeed it was very information and interactive session i really enjoyed it let me share some memories as well . Thank you for this great session 

Group photo of Participants 

Receiving Certificate from management  

Sunday, April 16, 2017

Sensodyne gives us reasons to smile

Sensodyne took the initiative of highlighting those people of Pakistan who are working to make Pakistan a better place to live on their own personal scale and capacity level, whether belonging from Urban or metropolitan areas. The event showcased films to celebrate stories of these people breaking barriers, stepping out of stereotypes and spreading happiness in the society.

The event took place on 22nd of September 2016 at PortGrand, the four films screened were based on the lives of people belonging to Imkaan Welfare Organization and Lahore Cultural Club. Other than this Sumera Mehboob, Adil Lahorei and Virji were also present all of whom are working towards the betterment of Pakistan.

All founders and CEOs of the participating NGOs were present and gave much knowledge to the audience about how these little initiatives give people a reason to smile, it’s not about spending a lot of money or taking out a lot of time, it’s just about giving the other person a reason to smile and make his/her day.

"Imkaan started working in Machar Colony the largest slum in 2013. In the course of our work we saw that alot of children were on the street with no access to any recreation or other facility. We witnessed stories of neglect and various forms of negligence. This is when the idea of Khel was born. To give these children a safe place to play and learn and provide them a healthy environment for their physical and intellectual growth. At khel we aim to provide these kids with a platform to enable them to have a promising future for themselves and their families. " said Tahera Hasan CEO KHEL.

 Sensodyne Pakistan Adil Lahorei Story
Sensodyne Pakistan Adil Lahorei Story

Leading such a fast paced life, we all need reasons to smile.
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Thursday, February 25, 2016

Tour to Katasraj temple کٹاس راج مندر

The Katas Raj Temples near Chakwal in Punjab province of Pakistan are attributed to the eras of the Hindu Shahis (kings) dating from about 615-950 CE and are dedicated to Lord Shiva. As such they constitute one of the most important Hindu pilgrimage sites in Pakistan and are still in use to this day by members of the Hindu community both in the country and those who make the journey there every year from abroad.
It is believed that the site was visited by the Pandawa brothers of "Mahabharta" fame and this complex of temples was constructed to commemorate their visit. It is said that this is the region called Dvaitavana in the epic and here is where the Pandawas lived during their exile and also where the series of questions occured between the Pandawas and the Yakshahs. The location of the Sath Ghara or Seven Temples is said to be the place where the Pandawas made their home during their 12 year exile.
A Brahmanical story relates this site directly to Shiva, whose unconsolable grief at the death of his wife Sati led to a rain of tears which formed two pools of water, one at Pushkara near Ajmer and the other at Katas.

ARCHITECTURAL HIGHLIGHTSPrior to its Hindu roots the site held a Buddhist stupa said to have towered 61 m (200 ft) in height with ten streams around it as described by Alexander Cunningham, the first Director General of the Archaeological Survey of India, in 1872-73 CE. This verified the account of the Chinese pilgrim XuanXang who had visited this region during the 7th century CE and described the various Buddhist sites on the subcontinent.
According to Cunningham, the complex of 7 temples that sits at the highest point on the site is the most important part of the site and echoes the architectural style of the Kashmiri temples of the Karkota and Varma dynasties who ruled from 625-939 CE. These temples have certain defining characteristics such as dentiles, trefoil arches, fluted pillars and pointed roofs which are present in most of the temples that are found all along the Salt Range foothills. The main building material is soft sand stone which is plastered over.

Katas Raj thus has a collection of buildings and ruins that stretch in an unbroken line from the Buddhist era down to British rule, thereby, preserving at least 1500 years worth of history in that particular space.
My disco Lari for tour 

Main enters of Kitas temple 

An other Temple 

Old gate of haveli 

with my shadow 

An other click through camera eye 

Mughals painting destroyed now 

Shadow of Hope 

Cobra temple 

Cobra temple 

m during tapsiaa 

LegendsThe Katasraj temple complex is believed to date back to the Mahabharata era. Many legends are associated with the temples. The five Pandava brothers, heroes of the Sanskrit epic the Mahabharata, stayed here for four of the 13 years they spent in exile. The lake in the complex is believed to be filled with Shiva's tears thus have magical powers and is supposed to be where Yudhishthira defeated the Yaksha with his wisdom, bringing his brothers back to life.
Another legend involves the death of Shiva's wife Sati; the story goes that when she died he cried so much and for so long that his tears created two holy ponds - one at Pushkara in Ajmer(India) and the other at Ketaksha(Pakistan), which literally means "raining eyes" in Sanskrit. It is from this name that the word Ketas is derived. Another version of the legend mentions the two pools at Katasraj and Nainital.
Yet another version of the Shiva legend involves the death of Shiva's horse Katas instead of that of Sati his consort. Some legends also state that very first Shiva Ling (Sihv-Ling) was in Kattas. some old manuscripts also consider Katas as the janam bhoomi (birthplace) of Hindu incarnation Rama, as well as that of Ayodhya; but this has become quite controversial.The oral tradition by local Hindus never mentioned it as being Rama's birthplace or celebrated in annual rituals.
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All pictures credit goes to : Adil Lahorei

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Cathedral Church Lahore ( Kukar Girja )

My Recent visit to Holy Cathedral Church Lahore ( Kukar Girja ) . It was wonderful welcome by Mr Shahid Miraj who have very kind heart i am thankful to him for his welcome and allowed to me visit this Holy place here are some picture and information of this Holy Place ! 
The Cathedral Church of the Resurrection is an Anglican cathedral in the heart of Lahore, Pakistan. It was built on The Mall in 1887, opposite the Lahore High Court. It is the seat of the Diocese of Lahore, of the Church of Pakistan. The cathedral is in the Neo-Gothic style of architecture. It was originally built out of pink sandstone by architect John Oldrid Scott (son of George Gilbert Scott). In 1898, two towers with tall steeples were added to the building, but the steeples were taken down after the earthquake of 1911.

The Cathedral Church is commonly referred to by Lahoris as Kukar Girja because of a weather cock that was mounted on the central lantern, one of the highest points.

Sitting place 

Main hall 

An other Epic view of Main Hall 

Lovely Person Rev Shahid Miraj 


Main enters 

Holy Sign 

Art work 

Church from Outside 

Artist work 

I am now Main Hall 

Outside the famous place 

Holy Place 

This Stone was used at Anarkali Tomb by British 

The Holy Book 

Holy Book 

Some signs 

Thankful to #ShahidMirage who always welcome me and i welcome to him on my Tonga tour of Lahore :) 
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