Silk Route food memoir by Shayma Saadat – The Spice Spoon
Wonders of Pakistan Part VIII: Androoneh shaihair; Old City, Lahore.
Photo courtesy of Joselyn Fine, my sister’s best friend who visited Lahore and Karachi, Pakistan this year.
That is truly evocative. It feels like a view that hasn’t changed for centuries. Impressive.
Snapped from inside the fort I guess. It’s been ages since I’ve been there.
What a photo capturing three monuments…the Badshahi Mosque, Raja Ranjit Singh’s mausoleum and the Fort! Splendid take by Josyln and thanks, Spicey for posting it.
hi shayma, i’m a lahori living in new york, simply love your blog and everything about it. i recently started a blog of my own, and the first post was about the Androon Shehr. thought you might be interested in it, got history, some pictures etc:
btw the baked eggs were haseen!!
Beautiful picture, shows the true beauty of Pakistan.Wish I can visit.
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