Dr Ajaz Anwar recalls his early days in Lahore when bicycle was the gentry’s preferred mode of transport
Dr Ajaz Anwar fondly remembers the ‘typist’ who knew a lot and impressed even the chief secretary with his knowledge
Dr Ajaz Anwar pens a farewell note to Prof Asif, a reticent old man who wasn’t very social but who was an exceptionally gifted artist of still life
Dr Ajaz Anwar pays homage to the unsung acrobats whose job was to entertain us. It required great dedication and physical strength, qualities that...
Dr Ajaz Anwar remembers what a usual Eid day was like, back in the day
Dr Ajaz Anwar remembers the photography greats the city has seen
Dr Ajaz Anwar recalls the myriad photography studios Lahore once boasted
Dr Ajaz Anwar recounts his travels into the deepest recesses of the Walled City, with his much-loved but unnamed “Uncle”
Gujjar Singh da Qila. — Image: SuppliedHe must have spent a night, restless. At daybreak we ventured out to see ‘his’ city. Each road and...
Dr Ajaz Anwar talks of his "real uncle who flew away to London to pursue his higher studies. 'Like many others, he got lost in a geographical void'