Enjoyable tour of Hiran minar and Jahangir Tomb.
Sheikhupura Hiran Minar:
To cross the River Ravi from Saghian Bridge to go to Sheikhupura in the sub way of Lahore you will pass through the flower nurseries. Also, along the road has come up a Flower Market near Saghian Bridge. After turning on Sheikhupura-Sargodha Road from the Chowk where a beautiful replica of Hiran Minar (The Deer Tower) has been made, you drive along the bumpy two-way road lined up on both sides with smoke emitting factories of different kinds: fabrics, chemicals, glass, and paper pulp. At places the pungent whiff reminds as if one is driving on Grand Trunk Road near Kala Shah Kaku. Wall chalking, religious and or commercial slogans.
Hiran Minar,Park, & Baradari:
Arrival Hiran Minar and visit to Hiran Minar,Park, & Baradari. Hiran Minar, built by the Emperor Jahangir in the 16th Century for a beloved antelope. Its foundation was laid during the Mughal Emperor Jahangir’s reign 1605-1627. Sheikhupura was the Royal Hunting Ground. The current Tall Minar was built by Jahangir for his favourite antelope “Mansraaj” under Sikander Moin [1015-1607], as written in Tuzk-e-Jahangiri”.The gravestone as per Jahangir’s instruction was built in the shape of an antelope and the epitaph written by Mullah Mohammed Hussain Kashmiri.……‘ In this beautiful & healthful place, God-thirsty Nuruddin Jahangir captured a deer; in one month the deer left his jungle habits and soon became the king of the Royal Deer.’Long & Broad [ 890ft x 750ft wide ] – in between a Baradari [ an Octagonal Pavilion with beautiful painted frescoes ] in 1620 was constructed 13 years after the Minar was built by the architect IRadat Khan . Later as per Shah Jehan’s instructions in 1638, major changes were made to these structures. The cost of these buildings was Rs. 80,000 in those days …..”]
Jahangir Tomb you can see the many of the historical places and the living style of the peoples who lived there and feel that the must be some magic of history there which you can only feel through the bottom of your hearts.
Visit Jahangir Tomb:
Visit Jahangir Tomb Emperor Jahangir died in 1627AD on his way back from Kashmir to Lahore. According to his wish, he was buried in the spacious garden “Dilkusha” (1538×1538 feet) of his wife queen Noor Jehan at Shahdara on the banks of river Ravi. It has a majestic structure made of red sand stone and marble. An entrance to the right leads one into a beautiful Mongul garden with exact Geometrical patterns balancing each side. The marble tomb is the resting place of the Emperor and is approached from four corridors leading from the garden.
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Infants<3yrs are free.
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