History of Gujranwala

History of Gujranwala

Maharaja Ranjit Singh A Famous King From Gujranwala Born in Gujranwala
Maharaja Ranjit Singh was born on 13th November 1780 at Gujranwala in Punjab. His father Sardar Mahan Singh was a Chieftain and a Warrior

Mahraja Ranjit Singh and Hari Singh Of Gujranwala

Maharaja Ranjit Singh was born in 1780 in Gujranwala. He was named Ranjit Singh by his father Mahan Singh, the Sikh ruler. Ranjit Singh had his first taste …

Amrita Preatam From Gujranwala
The unknown glory of an old Punjab town

Rafiq Tarar Ex President of Pakistan
he was from Gujranwala

Munawar Zarif was born February 2, 1940 at Gujranwala, Punjab Province Pakistan. He was a well-known Pakistani comedian

Sialkot Gate of Gujranwala City, circa 1869

The picture Village Life, An Old Hindu Temple (Mandir), Noinke, Gujranwala,

Old Style House Eimanabad Gujranwala West Punjab

Gujranwala Gurdwara, taught him Gurmukhi and Gurbani. The young Ranjeet was keener as a horse rider and the use of weaponry,

Ancient Building at College Road, Gujranwala

‘Pind Baddo Ki Gosain Ka’: Gujranwala (now in Pakistan). Other than Sikh Gurus, the place is also dedicated to the Gosain sect. Clicked in October 1933.

Tomb in memory of S. Hari Singh Nalwa at Gujranwala, his home town.

Facade of Diwan haveli, the magnificent structure is symbolises aesthetic taste of the Diwan family.

The interior and facades were painted with different subjects, including the gods and goddesses of the Vedic pantheon.
The interior and facades were painted with different subjects, including the gods and goddesses of the Vedic pantheon.

The interior and facades were painted with different subjects, including the gods and goddesses of the Vedic pantheon.
The interior and facades were painted with different subjects, including the gods and goddesses of the Vedic pantheon.

Anglo Sanskrit High School Eminabad built by Diwan AmarNath foreign minister of Kashmir.
Anglo Sanskrit High School Eminabad built by Diwan AmarNath foreign minister of Kashmir.

Ruins of a walled garden in south of Eminabad.
Ruins of a walled garden in south of Eminabad.

Eminabad, a small town in central Punjab near Gujranwala, has some wonderful Muslim, Hindu and Sikh architecture of historic significance, besides the ‘havelis’ built by the Diwan family, who once ruled Kashmir and migrated to India in the turmoil of 1947.

One of the oldest towns in this part of Punjab, Eminabad has been through its share of ups and downs in history, and in the course of

Shiva Temple in all its eroded glory.

The third temple in the area.

The stone of Shiva Lingam found in the filthy backyard of a temple.

The mosque located in eastern vicinity of Eminabad is attributed to the Lodhi period, which makes it one of the oldest surviving mosques in Pakistan.
The mosque located in eastern vicinity of Eminabad is attributed to the Lodhi period, which makes it one of the oldest surviving mosques in Pakistan.

Full Name: Roshan Lal Nagrath Date of Birth: July 14, 1917. Birth Place: Gujranwala, Punjab (now part of Pakistan) Date of Death: November 16, 1967

Another Famous Person of Gujranwala
Harbhajan Singh Khalsa, also known as Yogi Bhajan and Siri Singh Sahib, was a spiritual leader and entrepreneur who introduced Kundalini Yoga to the United States. He was the spiritual director of the 3HO Foundation, with over 300 centers in 35 countries, and the first chief executive or “Siri Singh Sahib” of Sikh Dharma of the Western Hemisphere, charged in 1971 by the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee with starting a Sikh religious ministry in the …

Gujranwala: St. Francis Xavier Church, Gujranwala

Old and rare Pictures of Gujranwala; Tomb of Maha Singh (Mahan Singh),

An Old Photo of District Court House, Gujranwala

Tomb of Sradar Hari Sigh, Gujranwala. Hari Singh was Commander-in-Chief of Sikh Army. His tomb is located in Baradari Garden, Gujranwala.

The Baradari, Gujranwala, Late 19th Century. It was the residence of Deputy Commissioner.

Sialkot Gate of Gujranwala, 1869

Government Hospital and Dispensary, Gujranwala, 1869. Built by Col Babbage, Deputy Commissioner.

Old and Rare Photos of Gujranwala; A Church in Gujranwala, 1865

یونس پہلوان

٭ پاکستان کے مشہور پہلوان ، یونس پہلوان 6جون1964ء کو گوجرانوالہ میں انتقال کر گئے۔
یونس خان 30دسمبر1925ء کو گوجرانوالہ میں پیدا ہوئے۔ وہ رستم ہند رحیم پہلوان سلطانی والا کے شاگرد تھے۔ انہوں نے پہلا دنگل 1941ء میں لڑا اور فیض گوجرانوالیہ اور یکہ پہلوان کو یکے بعد دیگرے شکست دی، اگلے برس انہوں نے رستم پنجاب چراغ نائی پہلوان کوہرا کر رستم پنجاب کا خطاب حاصل کیا۔ پھر انہوں نے کیسر پہلوان،See More
 

A Maqbra No One Know Who is Burried there
Who lies beneath Kotli Maqbra?

They now believe the tomb to be associated with Sheikh Abdul Nabi, Sadrus Sudur (Chief Qazi) during Akbar’s era.

This idea is based on the research of some of our renowned archeologists, for example Ihsan H. Nadiem in an article on historic monuments in Gujranwala writes:

“The tomb is associated with Sheikh Abdul Nabi who was a tutor of the great Akbar. The sheikh reached the status of Sadrus Sudur but was exiled to the holy places (Makkah and Madina) when the emperor was poisoned by Sheikh Faizi and Abul Fazal.

They now believe the tomb to be associated with Sheikh Abdul Nabi, Sadrus Sudur (Chief Qazi) during Akbar’s era.

This idea is based on the research of some of our renowned archeologists, for example Ihsan H. Nadiem in an article on historic monuments in Gujranwala writes:

“The tomb is associated with Sheikh Abdul Nabi who was a tutor of the great Akbar. The sheikh reached the status of Sadrus Sudur but was exiled to the holy places (Makkah and Madina) when the emperor was poisoned by Sheikh Faizi and Abul Fazal.

They now believe the tomb to be associated with Sheikh Abdul Nabi, Sadrus Sudur (Chief Qazi) during Akbar’s era.

This idea is based on the research of some of our renowned archeologists, for example Ihsan H. Nadiem in an article on historic monuments in Gujranwala writes:

“The tomb is associated with Sheikh Abdul Nabi who was a tutor of the great Akbar. The sheikh reached the status of Sadrus Sudur but was exiled to the holy places (Makkah and Madina) when the emperor was poisoned by Sheikh Faizi and Abul Fazal.

They now believe the tomb to be associated with Sheikh Abdul Nabi, Sadrus Sudur (Chief Qazi) during Akbar’s era.

This idea is based on the research of some of our renowned archeologists, for example Ihsan H. Nadiem in an article on historic monuments in Gujranwala writes:

“The tomb is associated with Sheikh Abdul Nabi who was a tutor of the great Akbar. The sheikh reached the status of Sadrus Sudur but was exiled to the holy places (Makkah and Madina) when the emperor was poisoned by Sheikh Faizi and Abul Fazal.

They now believe the tomb to be associated with Sheikh Abdul Nabi, Sadrus Sudur (Chief Qazi) during Akbar’s era.

This idea is based on the research of some of our renowned archeologists, for example Ihsan H. Nadiem in an article on historic monuments in Gujranwala writes:

“The tomb is associated with Sheikh Abdul Nabi who was a tutor of the great Akbar. The sheikh reached the status of Sadrus Sudur but was exiled to the holy places (Makkah and Madina) when the emperor was poisoned by Sheikh Faizi and Abul Fazal.

They now believe the tomb to be associated with Sheikh Abdul Nabi, Sadrus Sudur (Chief Qazi) during Akbar’s era.

This idea is based on the research of some of our renowned archeologists, for example Ihsan H. Nadiem in an article on historic monuments in Gujranwala writes:

“The tomb is associated with Sheikh Abdul Nabi who was a tutor of the great Akbar. The sheikh reached the status of Sadrus Sudur but was exiled to the holy places (Makkah and Madina) when the emperor was poisoned by Sheikh Faizi and Abul Fazal.

Kotli Maqbra

Kotli Maqbra

Kotli Maqbra

Kotli Maqbra

Kotli Maqbra

Kotli Maqbra

Kotli Maqbra

Kotli Maqbra

Kotli Maqbra

Tomb of Maulana Zafar Ali Khan at Wazirabad, District Gujranwala. Maulana Zafar Ali Khan (1873–1956) was a writer, poet and journalist who played an important role in the Pakistan Movement against the British Raj.He was the Editor of famous Urdu newspaper, The Zamindar.

Gujranwala is the ninth largest city of Pakistan. Gujranwala is the agricultural and industrial city in the north-east of Punjab. Gujranwala is famous and popular because of their tradition and located in Punjab. The population of Gujranwala is1,082,262.

Super Asia Industry Gujranwala

Super Asia Industry Gujranwala