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Alamgiri Gate at Lahore Fort as seen from Hazuri Bagh Baradari
, a museum and World Heritage Site in Lahore, Pakistan. Though the site has been occupied for several millenia, its first major construction was in 11th century, saw its present form during the reign of Mughal Emperor Akbar between 1556–1605. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Alamgiri Gate at Lahore Fort
Main Gate of Lahore Fort, up close
Lahore Fort, Hall of public audience.
Closer view of the Hall of public audience.
Stairs leading to the Hall of public audience.
Stairs leading up to Diwan-e-aam, close up.
Pillars of Diwan-i-Am in Lahore Fort
Jharoka, balcony where the Emperor used give public audience
The Lahore Fort, Diwan-i-Khas (Hall of private audience).
Diwan-i-Khas side-view, Built by Wazir Khan for Shah Jahan in 1645 AD.
Diwan-i-Khas had 5 rooms in a row, part of "Khwabgah-e-Shahjhani" (Shah Jahan's Sleeping Chambers)
Diwan-i-Khas (Hall of private audience), close up
Gateway leading upto the Shish Mahal (Sheesh Mahal).
Shish Mahal built by Asif Khan, Governor of Lahore under Shah Jahan in 1631-1632 AD.
Lahore Fort, Shish Mahal.
A view of Shish Mahal at Lahore Fort
Shish Mahal details, Lahore Fort.
Walls of Shish Mahal within the Lahore Fort
Walls of Shish Mahal, Lahore Fort.
Close up of the platform, in front of Shish Mahal.
Naulakha pavillion details
Moti Masjid [ edit ]
Moti Masjid interior, Lahore Fort.
Royal sleeping chambers [ edit ]
Garden infront of the sleeping chamber of Jahangir.
Close up of sleeping chambers of the emperor, Jahangir.
Doorways of sleeping chambers.
Archaeological ruins [ edit ]
Some archaeological ruins.
Archaeological remains of older structures
Other features [ edit ]
Facade along the walls of Lahore Fort
Khanqah (Spiritual retreat), Lahore Fort.
Makatib Khana (Secretariat), built by Jahangir in 1617-18 AD.
Shah Burj Gate, built by Shah Jahan in 1631-1631 AD as an exclusive royal entrance, decorated with Persian inscriptions
Hathee Paer (Elephant Feet), stair ramp, built by Shah Jahan in 1631-1632 AD, to enter the 'Shish Mahal' area on elephants, from Shah Burj
Steps within the Lahore Fort.
Pavillion adjacent to the Shish Mahal.
Masti Gate - Side Entrance
A building near the museum.
Details of a black wooden door.