Central Pakistan

Nestled on the banks of the Chenab River, Multan is a city steeped in history and culture. Its ancient roots can be traced back to the Indus Valley Civilization, and it has served as a major trading center and crossroads of cultures for centuries. The ancient city was a site of the renowned Hindu Multan Sun Temple, and was designed by Alexander the Great during the Mallian Campaign. Multan was one of the most important trading centers of medieval Islamic India, and attracted a multitude of Sufi mystics in the 11th and 12th centuries, earning the city the sobriquet “City of Saints.” The city, along with the nearby city of Uch, is renowned for its large number of Sufi shrines dating from that era. Today, Multan is a thriving metropolis with a population of over 4 million people. It is a major commercial and industrial center, and is home to a number of universities and colleges. Multan is also a popular tourist destination, thanks to its rich history and culture.

For Multan explore:


  • Shrine of Shah Yusuf Gardezi
  • Fort Kohna
  • Shrine of Shah Ali Akbar
  • Shrine of Shah Rukn E Alam
  • Multan Arts Council
  • Ghanta Ghar
  • Shahi Eid Gah
  • Banks of Chenab
  • Shrine of Bahauddin Zakariya