Allama Iqbal tomb in lahore punjab pakistan

Outside the Badshahi Mosque near its steps lies the tomb of Allama Iqbal the poet philosopher of the East. the mausoleum is a mixture of Afghan and Moorish styles of architecture and is constructed entirely of red sandstone which was quarried and brought from Rajsthan. From more visit Home page. More beautiful wallpaper See It .Allama Iqbal tomb in lahore punjab pakistan.Allama Iqbal tomb in lahorE punjab pakistan.Lahore is a great and old city and known as the palace where many true people are sleeping in their tombs or in Mazars. Lets take a look at Mazar-e-Iqbal. A famous garden known as Hazuri bagh in between the iconic Badshahi Masjid and the great Lahore fort is the luckiest place where the Mazar of Allama Iqbal is situated. Pakistan Rangers are responsible for the guard duty. The structure of this Mazar is a clear picture of two cultures belongs from Moorish and Afghanistan a brother Islamic country. If you plane to make a trip at Mazar-e-Iqbal you will found two entrance gates (Eastern and Southern side). Now come to the inside of the Mazar. The inner side of the Mazar is decorated with marble. Our great leader was buried under the grave that is made of white marble and the calligraphy work of Quranic verses are done on the gravestone. It’s just like that this great person Shair-e-Mashraq and Mufaqar-e-Pakistanare buried under the umbrella of Qurans versus. One more interesting thing is the stone which used for the grave of Allama Iqbal is a gift from the people of the brotherhood Islamic country Afghanistan. Our great leaders Mazar was designed by a Nawab whose name is Zain Yar Jang Bahadur. You also find Allama Iqbals poetry inside the Mazar written on the walls with great and attractive style. While in the Mazar for Fateha or just the visit you will feel that you are in a palace where blessings of Allah Almighty are falling all the time. When you see the outer side of the Mazar that is made of red color stones that are belong fro

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shahi Qila in Lahore Pakistan

  shahi Qila in Lahore  Pakistan                                                 Very splendid and magnificent building of Lahore Fort.It is great historical place of subcontinent for Tourists of all over the World.Government of Pakistan put exclusive concentration for maintenance and repairing of Shahi Qila.It is a very lovely place.It is the best heritage of Pakistan and very beautiful site for every one.The Lahore Fort locally referred to as Shahi Qila (شاهی قلعہ ) is citadel of the city of Lahore Punjab, Pakistan. It is located in the northwestern corner of the Walled City of Lahore. For more visit home page   More Beautiful Wall Papers See It  .shahippppppppppppppThe trapezoidal composition is spread over 20 hectares. Origins of the fort go as far back as antiquity  however  the existing base structure was built during the reign of Mughal emperor Akbar (1556-1605), and was regularly upgraded by subsequent rulers. Thus the fort manifests the rich traditions of the entire Mughal architecture. Some of the famous sites inside the fort include  Sheesh Mahal Alamgiri Gate  Naulakha pavilion, and Moti Masjid. In 1981, the fort was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.The Shish Mahal (Palace of Mirrors) was built for the empress and her court and installed with screens to conceal them from prying eyes. It was constructed by Asif Khan the then governor of Lahore for Emperor Shah Jehan in 1631-32. Embellished with mirror work stucco tracery  gilding and pietra dura and fretwork in marble, the palace consists of a lofty spacious hall with several rooms behind and on either sides and a vast courtyard in front.                                   shahi Qila in Lahore  Pakistan

The Shish Mahal is where the Sikh ruler Ranjit Singh constantly displayed his prize possession, the fabulous Kohinoor diamond and arranged grand entertainment  for his foreign visitors. It is also the pllace where after the annexation of the Punjab by the British, the sovereignty of the Punjab  along with the Kohinoor diamond, was passed into the hands of the British.