- Mystic Mantra: Dewan-e-Farid
- Khwaja Ghulam Farid is among my favourite Sufi poets of the subcontinent. He was born in 1845 CE to a family of Arab settlers from Mithankot in Punjab. His mother died when he was four years old.
- Indus in extremely high flood at Guddu
- LAHORE: Indus River with high flood at Mithan Kot and Rojhan in southern Punjab posing threat to several settlements in the region, while kutcha areas near Guddu and Sukkur barrages in Sindh inundated, leaving a large number of residents marooned by ...
- Urs celebrations: Magic of Khawaja Farid's devotional songs lingers on
- Khawaja Ghulam Farid was born in Chacharan Sharif near Mithan Kot. He was trained to write in seven languages including Persian, Urdu, Seraiki and Arabic. Dewaan-i-Farid is popular with devotees and scholars of Sufism all over the world.
- South Punjab — changing rural political economy
- I met quite a few social mobilisers, both male and female, in Fazalpur and Mithankot, who were working against the odds in concert with the local media and legal aid groups, and making their presence felt.
- Dying with the Indus Queen
- The hull was similarly under a few centimetres of silt. But where it wasn't I could see the brown water of the Sindhu: neglect had rotted the ship to a state where it will never float again.
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