I love Pakistan, Pakistani people, and life here. But there are things in Pakistan which drive me so mad they make me wanna.... write a post about them!
As we walked around the streets we captured these incredible shots of Eid Milad-un-Nabi in Lahore!
The walled city was dressed in its finest, with narrow streets covered with lights and ornaments for Eid Milad-un-Nabi in Lahore!
A Pakistani wedding is a dynamic spectacle of Islamic rituals and subcontinental traditions - so get yourself invited to one!
When did a discounted shopping day from North America go global? And since when did Black Friday become a thing in Pakistan?
This weekend Lahore's streets came to life with the the urs of Data Ganj Bakhsh and the Chehlum of Imam Hussain.
See what Chennai, Melbourne, Sydney and Lahore look like after dark, and as works of art, with the Prisma app.
In what is becoming an annual tradition, this is my latest attempt at poetry/prose inspired by the events of Karbala.
Some of the most amazing and intriguing sights in our cities are only seen at night. See Lahore: Aaj ki raat... hona hai kya?
We all know that this is at home prepared by ammi but if you're not at home to break the fast, here are Lahore's best iftars this Ramadan!
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