This book on Gujranwala by Salman Rashid is an attempt to make people pause and think about Gujranwala’s cultural and archaeological heritage; and to dispel the public perception of the city not having anything to offer other than culinary delights.
Title: Gujranwala The Glory That Was
Author: Salman Rashid
Number of Pages: 121
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Gujranwala The Glory That Was is a book that will make your heart weep and smile simultaneously. It's a narrative, one of its kind, and probably the only one on Gujranwala one can find. Salman dexterously weaves the tears of a crumbling culture, where Gujranwala paved way for a Sikh Regime that strengthened Punjab way more than the Moguls could, now the city is just remembered for its cuisine while it's Walled City and a magnanimous endemic culture is diminishing to the bare minimum.