Minar-e-Pakistan

Minar-e-Pakistan is a historical monument in Lahore. It is considered as the largest tower in Pakistan. Minar-e-Pakistan is the place where Lahore resolution was passed which was the official call for a separate homeland for the Muslims of South Asia in the result of two nation theory. 

Minar-e-Pakistan which is also known as the “Tower of Pakistan” is an open landmark placed in Iqbal Park in Lahore, Pakistan. The tower was built throughout the 1960s on the site where, on 23 March 1940, the All-India Muslim League passed the Lahore Resolution, the first official call for a differentiate country for the Muslims living in the South Asia, as per the two country theory. The tower reflects a mix of Mughal, Islamic and present day structural engineering. 
 

The base is in the ballpark of 8 meters above the ground. The tower ascents around the range of 62 meters on the base, along these lines the aggregate stature of minaret is in the vicinity of 92 meters above the ground. The unfolding petals of the bloom like base are 9 meters high. The breadth of the tower is something like 9.75 meters. The platform is constructed of designed tiles, and faces the Badshahi Mosque. The base involves four stages. To symbolise lower beginnings of the flexibility battle, first stage is constructed with uncut Taxila stones, second stage is made of mallet dressed stones, while third stage is of chiselled stones. Cleaned white marble at the fourth and last stage delineates the triumph of the Pakistan Movement. Mr. Mukhtar Masood, a productive author and the then–deputy official of Lahore, was one of the parts of the Building Committee. 
 

At the base, there are botanical engravings on ten focalizing white marble Commemorative plaques. The engravings incorporate the content of Lahore Resolution in Urdu, Bengali and English, and Delhi Resolution's content, which was passed on 9 April 1946. On diverse plaques, Quranic verses and99 properties of God are engraved in Arabic calligraphy, though National Anthem of Pakistan in Urdu and Bengali, selections from the talks of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, in Urdu, Bengali and English, and also not many couplets of Allama Iqbal are inscribed. 

With the development of the city and area of the landmark at occupied convergence of Circular Road and Multan Road, air contamination from movement clogging is ceaselessly harming the marble structure which is presently in need of renovation. Being the verifiable tower of Pakistan and having incredible significance, it is greatly suggested by the designers that the building needs repair any other way it. Minar-e-Pakistan is considered as the national building of Pakistan. Many of the tourists from the whole world prefer to visit this historical monument. 

How to Get to Minar-e-Pakistan:
Minar-e-Pakistan is located in Lahore. You can watch out this historical monument by taking Cheap Flights to Lahore through different Airlines.