Search for wisdom, travel for wisdom, for life would reveal itself unto you in its dearest form. Shun materialism, dive into your consciousness, submerge yourself in the ocean of calm. You are destined to find God there; more importantly your own self. Welcome to the land of Sufism, the city of saints; Multan. Let’s travel, lets step into the land of calm, the land of mystics, the city of saints, let’s find the true colors of life, the rich culture of Sufism, the real embodiment of nature. Let’s discover the vibrant city, relocate mystery in its full blossom, in its true colors in a hard, dry, hot city of Multan, Punjab, Pakistan. Multan, one of the oldest cities in the Asian subcontinent and known as the 'City of Saints', is located in central Pakistan some 562 km from the capital Islamabad. Hindu legends mention Multan as the capital of the Trigarta Kingdom ruled by the Katoch Dynasty, which was involved in the Mahabharata war mentioned in the Hindu epic of the same name. Multan became part of Pakistan following the partition of the Indian subcontinent in 1947, with buildings dating from the 17th and 18th century becoming historical landmarks in Multan. Multan is the capital city of its Division. Located on the bank of Chenab river, Multan is Pakistan’s 7th largest city, holding its importance as an economic and cultural hub in South Punjab.