Places to Visit

The Fort

Multan fort was built on the old bed of river Ravi. Shah Jahan built the walls of the fort as British Garrison stayed there for a long time and destroyed the fort. The Fort site now looks as a part of the city because instead of the river it is now separated by a road which looks more like a bazaar and remains crowded throughout the day.

Shrines

  • Shrine- Jamal-ud-Din Syed “Shah Yousaf Gardez”
  • Shrine-Bahauddin Zakria
  • Shrine-Bibi Pak Daman
  • Shrine-Shah Rukn-e-Alam
  • Shrine-Syed Shams-ud-din “Shah Shams Sabzwari”
  • Shrine-Hameed-ud-Din Hakim
  • Shrine-Qutab-al-qutaab “Moj Dariya”
  • Shrine-Syed Pir Sakhi Shah Hassan Parwana
  • Shrine-Qazi Qutab-ud-Din Kashani
  • Shrine-Syed Hasan Khanjzee
  • Shrine-Hazrat Shah Dana Shaheed
  • Shrine-Abu Hassan Hafiz Jamal-ud-din “Musa Pak Shaheed”
  • Shrine-Hazrat Shah Kamal Qadari
  • Shrine-Hafiz Muhammad Jamal Chisti Nazami
  • Shrine-Pir Chup Wardi Waly
  • Shrine-Mollana Hamid Ali Khan Naqshbandi
  • Shrine-Allama Syed Ahmad Saeed Kazmi
  • Shrine-Hazrat Khawaja Awais Khagga
  • Shrine-Pir Syed Wali Muhammad Shah(Chadar Wali Sarkar)
  • Shrine-Hazrat Gul Shah

Mosques of Multan

Multan is famous from some oldest mosques and considered as jewels of the city. These Mosques remind us about the great heritage of Multan which is governed by Muslims for many years. Among the more famous ones are:

  • Masjid Khaliq Wali
  • Jamia Mosque
  • Eid Gah Mosque
  • Sawi Mosque
  • Ali Muhammad Khan Masjid
  • Phool Hattan Wali Mosque

 

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