How Long Did It Take To Build The Minare Pakistan,
Manto Park(old name) - Minar-e-Pakistan.
A designer named Amiruddin Kidwai studied the League's flag, as he tried to design a flag for a new, independent nation. Finally he arrived at a design, and he presented it to the men who would run the new Pakistan government. The Pakistan government adopted his design on August 11, 1947.
In the first half of the 19th century, the region was appropriated by the East India Company, followed, after 1857, by 90 years of direct British rule, and ending with the creation of Pakistan in 1947, through the efforts, among others, of its future national poet Allama Iqbal and its founder, Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
Officially, the nation was founded as the Dominion of Pakistan in 1947, and was renamed as the Islamic Republic of Pakistan in 1957.
To honour the place where the Pakistan Resolution was passed, a tower was constructed in Greater Iqbal Park, laying its foundation stone on March 23, 1960. It took eight years to construct the tower and in 1968 this historical building in Lahore was built.
It took exactly eight years, six months and 29 days to build the Minar-e-Pakistan.