In this poster found near Data Shrine in Lahore there are a number of important religious images. The most striking are Buraq (on the right), the steed ridden by Prophet Muhammad, and Zuljimmah (on the left) the horse ridden by the prophet's nephew, Imam Hussain, during the Battle of Karbala. (Courtesy of Oxford University Press Pakistan)
  • As part of an ad campaign targeting Pakistan's dejected youth, an internet company — WOL — sets a portrait of a young Mohammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan, against a quote made much later in his life. (Courtesy of Oxford University Press Pakistan)
  • Ads from Pakistan International Airlines. (Courtesy of Oxford University Press Pakistan)
  • Pakola, an ice-cream soda formulated by a Pakistani entrepreneur from Karachi, is a symbolically patriotic drink in Pakistan. Its green color, like that of its flag, is a symbol of Pakistani identity. (Courtesy of Oxford University Press Pakistan)
  • A certificate from the Lahore Board of Education, circa 1915. (Courtesy of Oxford University Press Pakistan)
  • A film publicity poster for the Pakistani film, "Inspector". (Courtesy of Oxford University Press Pakistan)
  • A trio of die-hard Pakistan fans sport their favorite colors and symbols. (Courtesy of Oxford University Press Pakistan)
  • In this poster found near Data Shrine in Lahore there are a number of important religious images. The most striking are Buraq (on the right), the steed ridden by Prophet Muhammad, and Zuljimmah (on the left) the horse ridden by the prophet's nephew, Imam Hussain, during the Battle of Karbala. (Courtesy of Oxford University Press Pakistan)

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