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Went on a walking tour of the walled city with friends .
Started at Delhi gate and went to shahi hamam and then saw the Wazir Khan mosque . Its a beautiful piece of history and memory of the Mughul era ..
This mosque is located within the narrow streets of the inner city. Once you’ve entered the mosque, you don’t even realize that you’re in such a busy area of Lahore. The beauty and color of this place can not be captured by camera. Make sure...More
Well, definitely the basic reason for my attraction is belonging to this mosque to my ancestors. Anyhow, it is present just inside the Dehli Darwaza. You can take a guided tour by walled city of Lahore but I recommend to take this tour unguided and...More
I have already written about the Lahore Fort and Badshahi Mosque. This was a continuation of the same. The guide we hired took us to the Majid Wazir Khan also. A small walk from the main road, this Mosque, hidden in the walled city area,...More
The Wazir Khan Mosque is a splendid historical monument in the Walled City of Lahore. Recent restoration unearthed steps that lead to the Mosque. The mural decorations are very colourful, making the building complex stand out in its neighbourhood. A great place to visit!
The Wazir Khan Mosque was made during Mughal times by Hakim Ilm ud Din Ansari , better known as 'Wazir Khan' , a famous minister at the Lahore Mughal Court. He obtained the services of fine artisans from all over India and South and Central...More
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What we did is we went early on a Sunday morning. Parked near Delhi Gate since shops had not opened yet and walked through. By the time we walked back shops had opened too and it was worth walking through those small lanes... More
What we did is we went early on a Sunday morning. Parked near Delhi Gate since shops had not opened yet and walked through. By the time we walked back shops had opened too and it was worth walking through those small lanes to feel the place and how it must have been in the past. It was like walking through history pages. But one has to start early before all the traffic starts