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    Moti Masjid

    From the corner of this court steps (Maktab khaa) lead Moti Masjid, the quiet and secluded Pearl Mosque built by Shah Jahan in 1644. Shah Jahan later built a similar mosque in the Agra Red Fort in 1654; Aurangzeb

    Alamgiri Gate

    Alamgiri Gate built by Mughal emperor Aurangzeb in 1674 at the same time as the Badshahi Mosque opposite and located at the western end of the fort Lahore-Pakistan. The Alamgiri Gate is the entrance

    Hazuri Bagh

    Hazuri Bagh is a garden in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan, between the Badshahi Mosque and Lahore Fort. The square garden was originally built by Aurangzed as a serai, or Moghul hoel. He also reviewed his troops here.

    Samadhi of Ranjit Singh

    The Samadhi of Ranjit Singh is a building housing the memorial vases of the Sikh ruler Maharaja Ranjit Singh (1780 - 1839). It is located near the Lahore Fort and Badshahi Mosque in Iqbal Park in Lahore, Pakistan which is one of the largest urban parks in Pakistan.

    Allama Iqbal’ Tomb

    The Tomb of Allama Muhammad Iqbal (1873-1938), the great poet-philosopher who conceived the idea of Pakistan as a separate Muslim State, in on the left of the gate to the Badshahi Mosque. Built n 1951,

    Zebunnisa’s Tomb

    Zebunnisa was the talented and learned daughter of Aurangzeb. She was a great poetess and wrote under the pen name of “Makhfi”. Addressing the waterfall in the shalimar Garden,

    Wazir Khan’s Baradari

    Wazir Khan's Baradari is one of the finest and largest of the genre, and is in well preserved state. It is perched between the Punjab Public Library (PPL), National College of Arts (NCA) and the Lahore Museum

    Tomb of Malik Ayyaz

    Malik Ayyaz was the favorite and trusted General of Mahmud of Ghazni. He was a slave from Georgia who rose to the rank of officer and general in the army of Sultan Mahmud of Ghazni.

    Saru Wala Maqbara

    The tomb of sharf un Nissa Begum is populary known as “Saru Wala Maqbara” because of the images of cypress (Saru) trees on its walls. Sharf un Nissa was the sister of a Mughal noble.

    Qutbuddin Aibak’s Tomb

    Aibak also spelled Aybak (1150–1210) was the founder of Turkic dominion in northwestern India and he was appointed Governor of India in 1191 AD. By Muhammad Ghauri.

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