This is Lahore

Lahore, the capital of Punjab Province, is considered heart of Pakistan. Lahore’s distance from Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, via Motorway is 382 Km and 367 Km via Grand Trunk Road. The Grand Trunk road, which is over 2500 kilometers long, was built more than 6 centuries back during Muslim rule in India. Here are a few of the many historic places of Lahore
اکبری دروازہبھاٹی دروازہدہلی دروازہروشنائی دروازہشاہ عالمی دروازہشیراں والا دروازہلاہوری دروازہمستی دروازہموچی دروازہموری دروازہٹکسالی دروازہیکی دروازہ
Below is Badshai Masjid (Mosque) from outside and inside. This was built during 1672 – 1674 AD under the orders of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. This remained the largest mosque on earth till 1986 AD.
Minar i Pakistan and Badshahi MasjidBadshahi Masjid 1Badshahi Masjid 2
Below is gate of mausoleum of Zeb-un-Nisa (known as Dai Anga) was an obstetrix (mid-wife) of Shahab-ud-din Muhammad Khurram latter who became to be known as Emperor Shah Jahan (8 Nov 1627 – 2 Aug 1658). She was well respected among the royal family.
Dai Anga
Below is Masjid (Mosque of) Wazir Khan built near Dehli Gate during 1634-1641 AD during the reign of the Mughal Empror Shah Jehan
Masjid Wazir Khan
Below is Shalimar Bagh (Garden) was completed in 4 years from 1637 to 1641 AD. The project management was carried out under the superintendence of Khalilullah Khan, a noble of Mughal Emror, Shah Jehan’s court, in cooperation with Ali Mardan Khan
Two houses to show the culture of Lahore
An Old House in Lahore
Gawalmandi Lahore
A very old shopping centre for ladies and gents that still is in tact
Anarkali bazar
Lahore - Anarkali Market - 003
Very Old portion of the market
Ancient Residential Area that still exists
Ancient Buildings
Latest Additions during last 5 years
Metro Bus
Metro Bus Lahore 1.phpMetro-Bus-Lahore 2
Minar-e-Pakistan Interchange
Minar-i-Pakistan Interchange
Other Interchanges





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