Watch Ghost Prayers ancient mosque Kasur City
یہ ہوش ربا ویڈیو قصور سے ہمارے ممبر نے بھیجی… چھ سو سال پرانی مسجد جہاں جن کے اذان دینے کی آواز اور نماز ادا کرتے دیکھو
Kasur or Qasur (Urdu: قصُور), (Punjabi: قصور), is the headquarters of Kasur District, Pakistan. It is the 20th most populous city of Pakistan. Bordered to the north by Lahore, by India to the south and east, the city is adjacent to the border of Ganda Singh Wala, a border with its own flag-lowering ceremony similar to that of Wagah but far more intimate and less jingoistic. Kasur is also the burial place of the legendary Sufi-poet Bulleh Shah.
Kasur, the city of Baba Bulleh Shah RA, located 55 km southeast of Lahore, is one of the oldest cities in Pakistan. Kasur is adjacent to the Indo-Pak Border. It is a major tourist attraction because of the famous guard changing ceremony. Kasur is famous for its very spicy fish, a sweet dish called Amrassay, Falooda and Kasuri methi. Apart from that, it is also the birthplace of the Great singer Actress of the Indo-o-Pak Malka-e-taranum Noor Jehan. Kasur (Urdu/Punjabi: قصور), the capital of Kasur District and one of the oldest cities in Pakistan, is located 55 km southeast of Lahore. Kasur is adjacent to the border of Ferozepur between Pakistan and the India, and is a tourist attraction because of the guard changing ceremony. It is known for its very spicy fish, a sweet dish called Andrassay,
Falooda and Kasuri methi. It is the birthplace of Noor Jehan, the Pakistani singer and actress who gained popularity in the 1950s. The city is also the resting place of Sufi poet Bulleh Shah. There are different traditions about the name of Kasur. One is that the town was founded by Kasur/ Kasu the son of King Ram and named after him as Kasurpur. (One of Kasu’s brothers was Loh and the City of Lahore was named after him.) According to another tradition the town was founded by Pashtun families from Kabul (today the capital of Afghanistan) during the period of Mughal emperor Akbar. The Pashtuns constructed 12 small forts called as “Qasar” in Persian language so the city was later on named as Qasoor (A city of Qasars(Forts)) There were about twelve Kots named after the heads of various families.