List of notable Lahoris

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The old and historical city of Lahore, now in Punjab (Pakistan), has been home to many famous personalities in Indian history, and later Pakistani history after 1947. A list of famous 'Lahoris', or people who lived in Lahore and added positively to its social, cultural and intellectual life, is given below. This is not complete and you may add to it.

This list is given in chronological order.

Notable Lahoris[change | edit source]

References[change | edit source]

  1. W Dalrymple, In Xanadu:A Quest, London, 1989, pp.185-186
  2. Dalrymple, p.185
  3. Murray's Handbook of the Punjab 1883 ed
  4. P Hopkirk, Quest for Kim London, 1996
  5. "Hakim Ahmad Shuja". http://www.celebritynetworth.com/view/m/0hnc342/.

Further reading[change | edit source]

  • Griffin and Massey, Chiefs and Families of Note in the Punjab, revided edition 1910-11.
  • WG Osborne, The Court and Camp of Runjeet Singh, London, 1846.
  • Lady Emily Eden, Up the Country, new edition, London, 1983.
  • Hakim Ahmad Shuja, Lahore ka Chelsea (Urdu), Lahore, 1969.
  • Ian Talbot, Divided Cities: Lahore and Amritsar:1947-1957, Karachi, 2005 edition.
  • FS Aijazuddin, Lahore: Illustrated Views of the 19th Century, Lahore, n.d.
  • WJ Glover, Making Lahore Modern: Constructing and Imagining a Colonial City, Karachi, 2011.
  • B. Gascoine, The Great Mughals, London, 1971.
  • M. Athar Tahir, Punjab Portraits, Lahore, 1992.
  • Isobel Shaw, Pakistan Handbook 1988.