We can find the adverse opinions about the positive and negative notes about any dynasty during its rule but one factor which truly reflects the glory of that reign is the architectonics constructed during that period. The Faisalabad Clock Tower is also a prime example of British architecture which is locally known as Ghanta Ghar or Clock tower of Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan. Faisalabad Clock Tower was erected in the period of the British Raj over the undivided Indian Sub Continent by the British.
This monument which is the most prominent historic monument of the second largest industrial city of Pakistan is preserved in its original form till today. This magnificently designed Clock Tower of Faisalabad was constructed out of the funds raised by the local agriculturists who collected it at a rate of Rs.18 per square of land. The fund thus raised was handed over to the Municipal Committee which undertook to complete the project.
Another distinguished aspect of the Clock Tower of Faisalabad, Pakistan is that eight roads were also constructed on the design of the Union Jack and these all meet at this Clock Tower spot. Now whole of this area is the busiest shopping center of the city and you can purchase almost every kind of your day to day need from these markets.