The place is situated at Bombay-Delhi focal line and north of Burhanpur. The place has been the area Head quarter since 1864. The place has four memorable kunds in its four bearing to be specific Suraj kunda, Padma kund, Bhima kunda, Rameshwar kund. The structures of Collector office, Girls Degree College, Ghantaghar are among the antiquated landmarks. Dada Dhuni grain ki samadhi, Turja Bhavani Temple, Nav-chandi Devi Dham are the spots of confidence and love of Hindus.
Ghanta Ghar or Clock Tower of Multan was worked in 1884 A.D. amid British Raj in Indian Subcontinent. Subsequent to passing city act 1883 British required workplaces to run the city. They began developing Ghanta Ghar in Multan on 12 February 1884 and it took 4 years to totally assemble this building. It was built over the remnants of Haveli of Ahmad Khan Sadozai which was totally demolished amid Siege of Multan.
The corridor and building was named 'Ripon Hall and Ripon Building' after the name of Ripon, emissary of India around then. Hall was named 'Jinnah Hall' after segment of India and it utilized for office gatherings, social projects and open was likewise permitted to enter here. With entry of time this building ended up inadequate for workplaces and little lobby was likewise lacking for gatherings, so workplaces were moved from here. Presently thought is to change this noteworthy working into an exhibition hall.