Hiran Minar

Hiran Minar is an early 17th-century Mughal-era complex located in the town of Sheikhupura, in the Pakistani province of Punjab. The complex was built at the site of a game reserve in honour of Mughal Emperor Jahangir's pet antelope.

Address : Sheikhupura

Time To Visit:- 08:00am - 10:00pm



The following types of rice are cultivated in Hafizabad: Basmati 385, Basmati 386, Super Karnal, 1121 Sella, Ery Nine, Erey Six, Super Fan, and KS 282. White Pearl Rice is a famous rice brand of Hafizabad. Hafizabad and Jalalpur Bhattian grain market are considered to be the biggest grain rice export centers of the country.


Nishat Dairy (Private) Limited

Nishat Dairy (Private) Limited is operating since October 2011 with the principal objective of carrying out corporate dairy business in Pakistan. The dairy farm spreads over an area of 165 acres.
The principle objective of the company is to offer fresh, pure, healthy and hygienic milk products with no additives or preservatives added in it. The overall capacity of the dairy farm is 3,200 milking animals, with a daily production of 100,000 liters.
All the animals at the farm are of Pure Holstein Friesian breed and have been imported directly from Australia and The Netherlands and now homebred. They are kept under the best available state-of-the-art facilities and are fed with the high quality feed, which helps in achieving good health conditions as well as high milk yield of the animals.



The Chenab River originates in the snow-covered central range of the Himalayas. It receives numerous smaller streams from the lower hills which depend upon rainfall. It breaks out from a rocky gorge in the hills, six miles (10 km) to the north of Bajwat District.
Sialkot flows downward from Marala Headwork and enters Hafizabad District near Kot Kkamer, a village of Hafizabad Tehsil. It forms a natural boundary between Mandi Bahauddin and Hafizabad districts. An other very famous place is Head Sagar Complex in which an Irrigation Canal is passing over a link canal. It is a very common and interesting place for new visitors in Hafizabad.


Sheikhupura Fort

Sheikhupura Fort (Urdu: شیخوپورہ قلعہ‎) is a Mughal-era fort built in 1607 near the city of Sheikhupura in Punjab, Pakistan. The fort was designed by Sikander Moeen and built during the reign of Emperor Jahangir. The fort was drastically altered during the Sikh-era, with numerous buildings constructed - some with equisite Sikh-era frescoes.