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Mazar E Qaid: Final resting place of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Mazar-e-Quaid, also known as the National Mausoleum, is a large and imposing building located in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. It is the final resting place of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of modern Pakistan. The mausoleum was constructed in memory of Jinnah after his death in 1948, and it has become an important national monument. Visitors can tour the interior of the building and learn about Jinnah's life and achievements. Mazar-e-Quaid is a popular tourist attraction and it receives many visitors each year.

Special ceremonies are held on 23 March (Pakistan Day), 14 August (Independence Day), 11 September (Jinnah's death) and 25 December (Jinnah's anniversary). Official and military ceremonies take place here. The mausoleum also visits dignitaries and officials from abroad during formal tours. It was utilized to pay Jinnah a tribute with 3D mapping exhibition of 3D illumination on 14 August 2017, Pakistan Independence Day.

It also contains the tombs of his sister Fatima Jinnah, known as Mder-e Millat ("Mother of the Nation"), and the first Prime Minister of Pakistan, Liaquat Ali Khan.

How to Travel to Mazar E Qaid:

Mazar-E-Qaid is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Karachi, Pakistan. It is home to a number of historical landmarks and attractions.

To reach Mazar-e-Qaid you need to travel to Karachi first, which can be easily accessible from all over the country by air, rail or by road (Car or bus). After reaching Karachi, the most straight-forward option is to take a taxi or cab to Mazar E Qaid. This is generally the fastest and most convenient option, although it can be more affordable than other methods.