Apr 21

Multan Ghanta Ghar

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Ghanta Ghar Multan

I am lucky enough to explore Multan city in a very pleasant weather. Its been raining here since three days which has completely canceled out the heat.

A part from exploring shrines and mandirs of Multan, I got opportunity to shoot the Ghanta Ghar (Clock Tower) of Multan that was built during the British Empire and is one of the imporant landmark of the city. The tower gets extreme road trafic because of development of infra structure including 6 flyovers so all the traffic gets directed to this central point.
I tried to take a long exposure shot and got this outcome icon smile Multan Ghanta Ghar

What about you? Have you ever been to Multan? What did you like the most? I really liked Tea from Dhabas here icon smile Multan Ghanta Ghar I would suggest you not to visit in June – July at any cost to avoid heat icon wink Multan Ghanta Ghar

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20 Responses to “Multan Ghanta Ghar”

  1. From Basil:

    Danial Shah, aik din mein inn sb jagein ghooma ga ! :D ;D

    Posted on 21. Apr, 2011 at 5:32 pm #
    • From Danial Shah:

      @Basil: hahahha han na :P

      Posted on 22. Apr, 2011 at 3:56 pm #
  2. From Shoaib Alam:

    Assalam o Alaikum..

    danial bhai, the lights around the ghanta ghar have given glow to the pic.. Awesome…!! :)
    i love dhoodh pati chai of dhabas..
    everyday i have an evening tea at dhaba with my friends after the bored classes in univ..!! ;)

    Posted on 21. Apr, 2011 at 8:39 pm #
    • From Danial Shah:

      @Shoaib Alam: really? wow. I love dhaba chais seriously :) haha you are living the best time of your life Shoaib :)

      Posted on 22. Apr, 2011 at 3:58 pm #
  3. From Saghir A. Khatri:

    Salam danial bhai
    i love long expo shots….
    its good shot dude. i guess ur frst long expo may b…

    as far as chi comes… :D em not addicted to tht. but some times i drink at dhabas too…

    they make awesome chi :D

    Regards
    Saghir A. Khatri

    Posted on 21. Apr, 2011 at 9:38 pm #
    • From Saghir A. Khatri:

      Ghost Lights shots indeed :D

      Posted on 22. Apr, 2011 at 9:48 am #
    • From Danial Shah:

      @Saghir: no no bro not the first long exposure :P I have worked on that early as well :-D

      Posted on 22. Apr, 2011 at 3:56 pm #
  4. From Jiya:

    Whenever I visit some new place I always think that I’m fortunate enough to be here :) Magar aaj lagta hai agar maine poora Pakistan nahi dekha tou phir kuch nahin dekha :D
    This is an eye opener :D

    Posted on 21. Apr, 2011 at 10:00 pm #
    • From Danial Shah:

      @Jiya: really Jiya thats scary for me :) lol the more i travel the more i feel i have visited so less :D :P

      Posted on 22. Apr, 2011 at 3:55 pm #
  5. From WAJEEHA SAMI:

    WAH WAH..M’A..:)TAAALLLIIIYAAANNN :D :D
    YESH YESH I VISTID MULTAN..:D N GOT THE CHANCE TO WORK WITH A FAMOUS PHOTOGRAPHER, DANIAL SHAH..:D :D EK BAAR PHIR SE TAAALLLIIIYAAANNN… :D :D

    Posted on 22. Apr, 2011 at 12:30 pm #
    • From Danial Shah:

      @WAJEEHA SAMI: oh thank you Wajeeha for your comments. TALIYAAAAAAAAAAAN :P lol it was not a chance to work with a famous photographer but a chance to learn with an unfamous photographer :P

      Posted on 22. Apr, 2011 at 3:55 pm #
  6. From Jiya:

    Hehehe :P
    Scary is not what I feel right now Danial!It’s actually real horror for me ! ;) God what I’m doing sitting here when I should ‘ve been on my foot all the time :P
    But I don’t have a backpack, rather SUITCASES!!And I’ve decided to hold a travelling competition b/w you and me(cause I know that I’m going to fail miserably in photography ;) )What do you say? :D

    Posted on 24. Apr, 2011 at 5:26 pm #
  7. From farhan:

    ye picture boht achi hay i love multan

    Posted on 18. May, 2011 at 10:57 am #
  8. From Farrukh Shami:

    I love to see Multan Ghanta ghar too.

    Posted on 23. May, 2011 at 4:05 pm #
  9. From Yasir Ahamed:

    Who would not like the nature..Whether it is in the heart of sea or peak of any mountain it always attracts .
    Thank you very much that you visited a few areas of kashmir,it was a great experience to see the world with eye of camera.I am desperately waiting for your new uploads regarding Azad Kashmir,especially Peer Chanasy .

    Posted on 25. May, 2011 at 7:51 am #
  10. From Rabia Chaudhry:

    I love Multan city… its my birth place… some places in multan is really worth visiting like shrine of Bahauddin Zakria, Shah Shams etc and no doubt you capture the view very nicely.

    Posted on 01. Jun, 2011 at 10:51 am #
  11. From ARQ:

    i am from multan……is pic ko dakh kr maza e a gya :)

    Posted on 23. Oct, 2012 at 3:57 pm #
  12. From Uneeb:

    Danial,
    Indeed a good shot. Well you are right, it is hot in Summers. Being form Multan, I have developed a certain association with the city. The warmth of June/July no doubt is disturbing. ‘Dhaba ki Chai’ indeed is a source of energy to an exhausting day.
    One must try the ‘Mutton Ribs’ (Chaamp in Urdu) that are considered a delicacy. I can bet that the style and taste are unmatched compared to other parts of Pakistan. Also, another delicacy of Ghanta Ghar area is Qulfa Falooda made in a special utensil.

    Chahar cheez az tohfa e Multan
    Gard o Garm, Gada o Gorstan

    Posted on 17. Jun, 2014 at 11:09 am #

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