Ali Mardan Khan Tomb

Ali Mardan Khan Tomb

Ali Mardan Khan was the Safavid governor of Qandahar. He had been in obligation with his revenues. Shah Tahmasp requested him to appear at the court. He desired the assistance from the governor of Kabul. The commander of Ghazni surrendered Qandahar to the Mughals in 1638. He took refuge in Delhi.

Jani Beg Tomb

Jani Beg Tomb

History of Jani Beg Tomb Jani Beg Tomb is near Shalamar Gardens. The tomb had been constructed in the reign of Mughal Emperor Muhammad Shah. The dome has beautiful porcelain tiles of blue and yellow color. The pyramidal dome sits a top a low height neck. It is decorated with pottery work in

Cypress Tomb (Sarvwala Maqbara)

Cypress Tomb

Cypress Tomb or Sarvwala Maqbara, built mid-18th century. It holds the body of Sharfun Nisa Begum. She was the sister of Nawab Zakaria Khan Mughal. Cypress Tomb is located about 200 meters north of Dai Anga's tomb. Its name derives from the cypress tree ornamentation on the upper portion of the tomb

Javed Manzil – Allama Iqbal Museum

Javed Manzil

Its one of the Lahore's national monument and has been converted to museum known as Javed Manzil, once home of poet Allama Muhammad Iqbal. It was a beautiful residence of Allama Iqbal, he came back to Lahore and started living here after getting his higher education from Britain and Germany.

Shrine of Madhu Lal Hussain

Shrien of Mahhu Lall Hussain

Tomb and shrine of Madhu Lal Hussain are located at the Baghbanpura precincts. It is adjacent to the Shalamar Gardens Lahore, Pakistan. Background of the Saint He was born in Lahore in 1539 A.D. into a family of the Dhatha Rajput tribe. This tribe had recently converted to Islam and called as Shah.

Fakir Khana Museum – treasures of the Fakir Family

Fakhir Khana

Fakir Khana is the private museum of the Fakir Family of Lahore. It houses the treasures of the Faqir family, who have lived in Lahore since the 18th century. It is said to be the largest private collection in south Asia, with over 13,000 pieces of art. It is situated

Dai Anga Tomb & Mosque

Dai Anga Tomb and Mosque are two famous and popular masterpieces of Mughal Empire situated in Lahore. Zaib-un-Nisa popularly known as Dai Anga was a foster mother of Mughal Emperor Shah Jehan. Her husband was Murad Khan who served as Magistrate during the rule of Mughal Emperor Jehangir. Her son

Colonial Era Architecture of Lahore

The subcontinent was ruled by the British during 1857-1947 during which they left an impact in the region. They bring changes to the common man life, local customs, norms & values, improving infrastructure and many other positive impacts. And they also add a new dimension to the architectural side of

Jahangir’s Tomb & Ravi Riverside Photo Walk 2015

Jahangir's Tomb

Locally Lahore Team organized its 2nd exploration tour & photo walk off the year 2015 spring season to promote Lahore's tourism and historical importance. The main location of the tour was Jahangir's Tomb which is a mausoleum built for Jahangir, who ruled the Mughal Empire from 1605 to 1627. This event

History of Mughal Gardens of Lahore

Mughal gardens are a group of gardens built by the Mughals in the Persian style of architecture. This style was heavily influenced by the Persian gardens particularly the Charbagh structure. Significant use of rectilinear layouts are made within the walled enclosures. There are some of the typical features include pools,