The heart throbs of Punjab, 213m above
the sea level. Lahore has an area of
500kms, and is the second largest city
in Pakistan. Lahore is located on the
banks of river Ravi and near Indian
border, at 31.5710 North, 74.3130 east.
Lahore is 5 hours ahead of GMT (+5 GMT).
Lahore is home to over 7.5 million residents
with 79% of the population employed.
Lahore is widely known as the cultural
centre of Pakistan since ever its accession
by mughal rulers since 16th century
A.D. The Mughals, built the city's most
famous monuments, the Badshahi Masjid
& Alamgiri Gate next to Lahore Fort.
On partition of British India in 1947,
Lahore passed into Pakistan.....
weather and climate of Lahore enjoys
365 days of warm sunshine, with cooler
evenings in winters and springs and
occasional showers between Novembers
to March. Lahore has a sub-tropical,
arid climate with infrequent and irregular
rainfall, amounting to less than 13cms
a year. Temperatures range from a low
of 10°C to a high of 42 degrees. The
average daily maximum is 10 degrees
in January, rising to 47 degrees in
June - July. At the end of the August
the weather starts to get rainy and
moon-soon season starts here and makes
the whole Lahore greener and later on
at the end cold weather and hot coffee
is known for its diverse culture, there
are many mosques, shrines, Hindu and
Jain temples, gurdwaras, and churches
across the city. Lahore is also known
for its's gardens. Other than that Lahore
is quite famous for its food, sufi music,
fiver rivers and historical places.
Also as time passes the city develop
and has a long list of international
companies and food chains here with
a huge market for all sorts of buyers
and sellers. From oldest market Anar
Kali to Mall Road, from Liberty to M.M
Alam Road. From Badshahi Masjid to Data
Durbar Complex, From Menaar -e- Pakistan
to Ravi river and the list go on and