This is one the biggest religious festivals in the country and this year it was attended by around 250,000 people.
This magnificent town in Potohar, Punjab is an open-air museum of history.
I was drawn to Narali in Gujar Khan because it boasts of some of the most wonderful historical monuments in the country.
Could a treasure of rock art found near Gadap possibly become a tourist attraction?
Perched on hill overlooking two rivulets, this fort was built by the Mughals and then occupied by the Dogras.
The Potoharis occupying these religious buildings have ensured that the paintings and inscriptions are not harmed.
Hindus and Muslims devotedly visit this shrine of Shaikh Bhirkio — an equal source of succour for them all.
Buildings erected by Hindu and Sikh notables form the backdrop as oral historian Gulzar narrates their histories.
These magnificently crafted buildings were once home to affluent Muslim, Hindu and Sikh notables.