That morning, I had returned to those familiar fields, to explore that bridge on the old alignment of Grand Trunk Road; a bridge frequented by Muhgal Kings, and other Kings who were not Mughal, their royal entourages and battle expeditions; a bridge that had witnessed a Mughal Coronation.
A ghost railway line
A junction station
and the Grand Trunk Trail
… those who continued to fight even after the surrender
… with their names becoming immortal
and their tales, a source of inspiration
the tale of lion-heart and immortal Mahfooz …
episode 2 of tales from London
some exciting places from history
at and around the downtown
Exploring the avenues of Downtown London. The park, the garden, a bit of history and architecture…
… from the beloved waters of Ravi to Khizri Gate
exploring the bits and pieces of the city wall
and thence to remaining gates of the walled city
Gates of Lahore, both surviving and detroyed, countless dwellings – doorways – window sills, and equally countless stories. An afternoon drift to explore city’s topophilia.