Tale of two tombs where lay people they were not built for

Home to one of Sikhism's most sacred sites as the beautiful Gurdwara Punja Sahib is situated here. During Baisakhi or Guru Nanak’s birthday tourists teem the streets of the city. It is also worth spending a couple of hours roaming around lesser-known sites such as the 16th-century tomb of Hakims and Lalarukh’s tomb.

Pakistan is the most under-praised, under-discovered country – Fatemeh Aman

GVS exclusive talk with Fatemeh Aman, a non-resident Senior Fellow with the Atlantic Council’s South Asia Center, Washington D.C.

Baisakhi Festival – A cross-community celebration of spring

The Baisakhi festival is commemorated as the start of the Sikh new year and devotees celebrate by visiting Gurdwaras, having processions and engaging in...

Bohemian Rhapsody – a film that fails Mercury

Despite Rami Malek’s magnetic performance, there is absolutely little else to find enjoyable about this biopic. It feels like there is no soul in Bohemian Rhapsody and Malek, as brilliant as he is, can only do so much to keep this sinking ship af

Sherdil nosedives to a crash

There is a lot to talk about Azfar Jafri's Sherdil; sadly, very little of it is in the film's favour. Jafri has competently directed...

Us – The best of cinema

If 2017's Get Out gave us the realisation that comedian Jordan Peele had the makings of a bona fide director, 2019's Us is the...