"HOME OF ALLAMA IQBAL THE GREAT POET OF ASIA" Sialkot by maztek

Sialkot Travel Guide: 14 reviews and 24 photos

YOU CAN FIND ANYTHING OF SPORTS

The city of Sialkot is considered to be one of the most historical cities in the sub-continent. The nostalgia and splendour ingrained in its aesthetic architecture is reminiscent of glorious times.
Sialkot is known as the city of Iqbal who was born, and bred here.
It is a city with a rich cultural, political, social and educational history with a diverse mix of people from varying walks and backgrounds. Sialkot is a city of culture and industry. It has seen times of bloody wars and has prospered in the golden ages of peace.
Of late, the city of Sialkot has worn a new look with the newly laid roads, erection of crossing, installation of street lights, construction of new buildings and renovation of old buildings. The construction work of the Sialkot International Airport is also in progress.
A mushroom growth of educational institutions both in public and private sectors has taken place which shows the keen interest of the people of Sialkot in education. Great poet Allama Iqbal was born here.
For a prospective student the city of Sialkot provides a memorable and valuable experience. It is a vibrant city with facilities of all sorts. The centre of cultural, academic and social learning Sialkot boasts an enviable percentage of literacy.

SPORTS GADGETS

The area is most famous for producing international standard sports gear. Footballs of Sialkot are exported every where in the world.

Manufacturing Of Medical Instruments

Sialkot is famous for producing medical instruments of all sorts which are known internationally.

  • Last visit to Sialkot: Jan 1968
  • Intro Updated Aug 8, 2008
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  • mvtouring's Profile Photo
    Jan 21, 2008 at 9:35 PM

    Using the local transport seems like fun. Thanks for sharing ;-)

  • Rumi-fan's Profile Photo
    Oct 28, 2007 at 12:47 AM

    Have you seen explorediscove's pages on VT? He also has some wondreful pics of northern Pak.

  • SLLiew's Profile Photo
    Oct 10, 2007 at 9:11 AM

    So much to see at Sialkot. I have a postcard of bullock cart that I bought while in tranist in Karachi. Bring back fond memories. Cheers, SL :)

  • deecat's Profile Photo
    Oct 8, 2007 at 6:47 PM

    What a delight to read about Sialkot, which I knew nothing about before reading your pages. Loved the trasportation tip. Love photo of young boy.

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