Historians have tried to state past reality in terms of certainty but what they have been able to achieve is that they wrote nothing more than a mere impression of it. This applies also to Syed Muhammad Latif to whom, however, “the great end of history is the exact illustration of events as they occurred, and there should neither be exaggeration nor concealment, to suit angry feelings or personal disappointment.” The subject which makes on imaginative reconstruction of the past from the date derived by historical methods is known as historiography. In reality, it is a part of historical study, and in rudimentary and perhaps unconscious form, a preliminary to any important historical endeavour. Arthur Marwick considers, nineteenth century is regarded as the renaissance period of modern historiography and also for regional historiography.