Jahangir Tomb (Punjab)
Mughal Emperer, Jahangir, died in 1627 at the place of Rajauri coming from Kashmir to Lahore. He was buried in Bagh-e-Dil Kusha, a garden constructed by Empress Noor Jahan, at Shahdara on the bank of the River Ravi. His tomb was completed by Mughal Emperor, Shan Jahan.
The tomb is beautifully designed in square of 267 feet with four minarets at the corners and four enterance on each side. The exterior of the tomb has red stone decorated with marble decorative motifs. Its minarets having the height of 100 feet, decorated with zig zag inlay of white and yellow marble on its sides and white marble cupolas on the top. The interior of building is one of the best floral frescos delicate inlay work pictradura and splendid marble intarsia of different colours. The cenotaph has delicate and colorful pictradura with engraving of ninety nine names of Allah.
Tomb was severely damaged by Lehna Singh and Ranjit Singh by removing the marbles and decorative motifs for Golden temple at Amritsar.
Jahangir Tomb Map
Picture of Jahangir Tomb
Jahangir Tomb Garden Wall
Jahangir Tomb is enclosed in a vast wall garden, also known as Bagh-e-Dil Kusha, built by his wife Noor Jahan, that was constructed in Persion...
Jahangir Tomb Side View
The building of Jahangir tomb is finished with red sand stone with white and yellow stone inlays.
Jahangir Tomb Minaret
There are four beautiful minarets of 100 feet high on each cornor of the Jahangir tomb.
Jahangir Tomb cenotaph Enterance
In the square structure of Jahangir Tomb, there is entrace in the centre of each side of the square, leads to the cenotaph that is beautifully...