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    Cycling Through the Forgotten Rawalpindi

    - Posted on: March 12, 2013 | Post your comment here Comments

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    Cycling Through the Forgotten Rawalpindi

    CMI embarked once again on a bicycling tour to the old parts of Rawalpindi, to explore the old architecture of the city. The narrow streets of Sarafa Bazaar, Moti Bazaar, Kohati Bazaar and Kartarpura were explored among many. The group came across interesting architecture depicting what once was the abode of the Hindus and Sikhs, dating years back. However, sadly none of it has been preserved and stands in a dilapidated condition, with little or no mention of its historic background. A signboard of the Bazaar founded by Shah Bohd Raj Saigal in 1896 can be seen around.





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