While moving towards the attractions of the walled city of Lahore, Bhati Gate is privileged of being listed at the top. The vibrant culture around the gate makes it a desired place for explorers of tradition. Bhati Gate is among 6 remaining gates of Lahore out of the 13 which were demolished in British era.
The walled city of Lahore is enclosed with beautiful architectures known as Gates of Lahore. All the 13 gates are the icons of distinct specialties and of course, the true demonstrators of historical architectures. Here Locally Lahore is taking you to another journey of endless glory of another gate of Lahore which is Mochi Darwaza.
City gate has been a symbol of the rich heritage of old settlements. Gates of the city have been considered a source of traveling, trade, taxation, supplying and other military purposes. Indeed, city gates are the part of ancient architectural concepts but they serve urban settlements in all times and in every way. Similarly, the
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 surrounded with flowering plants. The
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 was meant for general
The Masjid Wazir Khan is one of the beautiful, elegant and stunning mosques of the world and is a great landmark of architecture. Mosque of Wazir Khan is famous for its colorful fresco and tile decorations, both in its interior and exterior. It was built in seven years, starting around 1634-1635 AD, during the reign of
Find out about the Gates of Walled City of Lahore. The city of Lahore has seen many remarkable ages and dynasties, and in the narrow lanes of the old city you can still find traces of the city’s glorious past. It is not difficult to envision the majesty of the long gone era by looking at