It is a historical bazar and is famous for clothes.people from all over Pakistan come here to buy clothes and u can find clothes in lots of colorful designs.Now the thing u should care about it the texture of the fabric.Also do think before buying it about the climate u r living in.for me i cant wear it always cox of different climate and also i feel more comfortable in Lawn clothes
Rawalpindi retains a lot of the architecture from the British Raj, and there are at least two big churches one can visit. (i) There is the Cathedral near the Presentation Convent School in Lalkurti, which has a nice little garden and traditional stained glass windows. There is also a well-kept Christian graveyard a 5-minute drive from there that was built for First World War casualties, and is still in use (although the newer section tends to be less well-kept). It was visisted by Princess Diana on her visit to Pakistan in 1991 (I was one of the schoolchildren who lined up to wave flags as her car went past).
(ii) There is an Anglican Church on main Mall Road, at the old Faletti's intersection. A few years ago it was painted a horrible bubblegum pink colour, although you can still see the old regal brick-red on the spire, and I'm sure it's still beautiful from the inside. Palm trees and nice quiet garden around it.
This is a really nice park in the outskirts of Rawalpindi. You can drive to the main entrance from GT Road directly. It has a nice little zoo, a playground and also wild ducks which spend most of their time on the beautiful lake that is inside the park.