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    Noor Jehan’s Tomb

    The Empress Noor Jehan, “Light of the World” , was the only Mughal empress whose name appeared on the coins of Empire. She was buried in 1645 at Shahara outside Jehangir’s Meusloeum across the railway line.

     Nadira Begum’s Tomb

    Nadira Begum was the wife of Dara Shikoh, the eldest son on Emperor Shah Jehan. She is buried is a square tomb near the shrine of Hazrat Mian Mir to whom the princely couple was spiritually attached.

    Tomb of Emperor Jehangir

    The Tomb of Jahangir is a mausoleum built for Jahangir, who ruled the Mughal Empire from 1605 to 1627. The mausoleum is located in Shahdara Bagh in Lahore. The tomb of the fourth great Mughal Emperor Jehangir,

    Kamran’s Baradari

    Kamran’s Baradari (12 Archways), the oldest Mughal builing in Lahore, was built in 1540 by Mirza Kamran, son of Babar and Step-brother of Humanyun. It was built as aa summer house

    General Allard’s Tomb

    Jean Allard (1785-1839 AD) was a french General who joined Napoieon’s Army in 1803 AD. But after the waterioo battle, had to leave. Later, Allard served the army of Maharaja Ranjit Singh to train and administer the Sikh Army on European pattern.

    Anarkali’s Tomb

    The tomb of Anarkali is one of the most significant buildings of the Mughal period. Ingeniously planned octagonal building, it is a memorial of the love-legend of Prince Saleem (Emperor Jahangir).

    Dai Anga’s Tomb

    Zeb-un-Nisa (d. 1672), or Dai Anga ('wet-nurse' in Urdu), was the wet-nurse of Shah Jahan, and the wife of a courtier under Jahangir. A few paces distant from the Gulabi Bagh gateway, on the north, lies her splendid mausoleum.

    Asif Khan’s Tomb

    The tomb of Asif Khan, Jehangir’s Brother-in-law and father of Shah Jehan’s beloved Queen arjumand Bano, is on the oposite (west) side of the Akbari Sarai. A Passage on the left of handsome red sandstone mosque that stands opposite the gate of the Jehangir’s tomb,

    Ali Mardan Khan’s Tomb

    The tomb of Ali Mardan Khan is accoessible by a 300 m long walkway by an interesting pattern of light and shade filtering through the lattice roof. Ali Mardan Khan was a noble at the court of safcid king. After surrender of Qandhar by Iranians to Emperor Shah Jehan in 1638,

    Hazrat Mian Mir

    Baba Sain Mir Mohammed Sahib popularly known as Mian Mir or Miyan Mir, was a famous Sufi Muslimsaint who resided in Lahore, specifically in the town of Dharampura (in present-day Pakistan).

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