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The Teen Talwar (Three Swords) monument is located in Clifton, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. The three marbel swords are inscribed with Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah's creed Unity, Faith and Discipline.

Karachi has many landmarks, but none stands out more in the popular imagination as Clifton's Teen Talwar. It was commissioned by Pakistan's former president and prime minister, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.


Zulfikar Ali Bhutto approved this monument to depict the Pakistan Peoples Party's electoral symbol of a sword. The initial concept was for the three swords to be shown in the PPP's electoral colours (black, green and red). Later, the idea was changed to white marble.

Designed by Architect Minoo Mistri and constructed during Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto's period, it depicts Quaid-e-Azam's three pillars of strength: Unity, Faith & Discipline.

Current status and problematic issues

Inexplicably, the monument has become a target for unscrupulous and misguided sentiments. In 2000, the white marble was adorned with Arabic text that reads "Praise be to Allah" and "Glory to Allah," defacing its pristine surface and subverting the message of the original "Unity, Faith and Discipline" motto, which places equal weight on all three qualities.

The structure stands on a small roundabout in the middle of the road. This asphalt island is the remnant of a much larger, grassy roundabout that controlled traffic at the intersection of Chartered Accountants...
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