Quid-e-Azam Mausoleum- National Tomb

Karachi is at the head of the Arabian Sea and is also an entry gate to Pakistan. Karachi is also the main Harbor of the Pakistan. The road that leads from the harbor to the main city was named as Bunder road but now it is named as M.A jinnah road. Karachi is the main city of Pakistan and is very big city, this city has many places to visit, it is also a main city of the TV and film industry most of the famous actors and actresses are from Karachi, but the main popularity of Karachi city is due to the Mausoleum of our beloved founder Quid-e-Azam, it is the “National Tomb” of Pakistan and is really an iconic of the Karachi city and is famous all over the world. It is a very impressive and prominent landmark of the Karachi city.

It is designed by Yaha Merchant an architect, a Mausoleum with white marbles and copper grills and curved arches was completed in 1970. Its beautiful interior decoration reflects the green of a four tiered crystal chandelier presented by the people of china. In the surrounding of Mausoleum there is a beautiful and large park this is the place that must be visited, there are graves of other 5 most prominent Pakistani Leaders of that time. Namely Quid-e-Azam sister Miss Fatima Jinnah, Liaqat Ali Khan, he is the first prime minister of Pakistan, his wife and a great women leader Begum Rana Liaqat Ali Khan, Mr Noor-ul-Ameen, sardar Abdur Rab Nishtar and “Qued-e-Millat” itself. There are some other building that are also linked to this outstanding leader

  • Quid’s birth place- Wazir Mansion at Kharadar, M.A jinnah road.
  • The first muslim school in Karachi “Sindh Madressatul Islam” (1885) situated behind the Habib Bank Plaza, it is the second largest building in Karachi.