The author writes travel pieces and is a fellow at the Royal Geographical Society.
A visit to a forgotten well in Kashmir invokes nostalgia and questions about its history
The book takes readers on a colourful journey through Kasur, inviting them to explore the city
Qadir Buksh’s fate seems to be tied to that of his boat -- both withering away quietly
Savouring the landscape of Punjab plains during the months of Savan and Bhadon when the beauty of this green sea stretches mile after mile
Arriving in Chitral with a missing bag and roads cut off. Yet, managing to escape the demonic spell of rain just in time
Making a second visit to Pharwala Fort after eighteen years to see the priceless historical monument being dismantled by ignorant people
The story of the fall of Gut-Peochar to the terrorists still rings fresh in the minds of all who followed the events in Swat
A teacher and a social worker in war-torn Swat, Gul Khandana has set the wheel of change in motion
A group of nine marchers from Baltistan and one motorcyclist from Quetta set out of their hometowns to speak of their dream of seeing Pakistan free...
Revisiting the funerary monuments that the Kalhoras left behind to see nothing has changed in the intervening years - neglect continues to play havoc