Shalamar Bagh Marbe Throne (Punjab)
Second terrace of Shalimar Garden, also called Faiz Baksh, contains beautiful stake of fountains with central terrace with a small plateform on the water tank. There is pavillion constructed in red sand stone on the both of the side of passage. There is waterfall from the first terrace in centre with a throne in front of it, and water is flowing beneath the throne in the main water tank. On the opposite side, there are two pavillions, also known as Sawan Bhadon, with lighting walls in the centre.
About Shalimar Garden
Shalamar garden, also called Shalimar garden, was built by Shah Jehan, Mughal Emperor, in 1641. This garden is one of the most beautiful architect of Mughal Empire. It was included in the UNESCO World Heritage site in 1981. The design of garden was influenced by the Shalimar Gardens in Kashmir that were build by Emperor Jahangir. It is spread on the area of 40 acres. It can be accessed by bus from Railway Station on G.T. Road.About Shalimar Garden, Shalimar Garden Gallery