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Night crawls in Lahore with mystery, magnetism and magic. The captivating corners of Imperial History such as Magnificent Huzoori Bagh, Grand Badshahi Mosque, Royal Lahore Fort, Sparkling Sheesh Mahal, Largest Picture Wall, Enigmatic Summer Palace and Guarded Samadhi Maharaja Ranjeet Singh undergo metamorphose at night. To be truly dazzled by the glamour and glitz, Walled City Authority, is presenting to you the night tourism amidst these illuminated World Class Monuments. A trained tourist guide will help you fill the night air with stories of the past galore.

Sparkling Sheesh Mahal

Sparkling Sheesh Mahal

It is decorated with thousands of mirrors. All sizes of mirrors were used in its construction. It is situated in the Shah Burj Block, left from the main garden. King Shah Jahan built this Sheesh Mehal in the year 1631 to 1632. White marble is used on its floor while the walls and roof is decorated with colorful mirrors.

Grand Lahore Fort

One of my most favorite historical sites in Lahore is Lahore Fort. Fort of Lahore is also called locally as "Shahi Qila" means "The Royal Fort".
It is is one of the magnificent fort that has a majestic history. This Fort speaks of the artistic genius of the creator's mind. This fort has a beautiful
garden in front of it known as Huzori Bagh.

Grand Badshahi Mosque

The Badshahi Mosque  in Lahore, commissioned by the sixth Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb in 1671 and completed in 1673, is the second largest mosque in Pakistan.Epitomising the beauty, passion and grandeur of the Mughal era, it is Lahore’s most famous landmark and a major tourist attraction.

Enigmatic Summer Palace

Summer Palace was also known as Pari Mahal (Fairy Palace) The entrance of the huge decorated basement is from the elephant stairs through a small door. As you will open the door cool breeze will embrace you, it’s the mechanism of the basement. If you go inside it, you will hardly see anything till your eyes familiarise with the dim lights. Only the golden sun rays are peeping in through the windows, the only source of light.

Magnificent Huzoori Bagh

This rectangular garden is known as the Hazuri Bagh forms a sort of a basin between the elevated mosque on one side and the raised Fort on the other. The white marble structure located in its middle is known as the Hazuri Bagh Baradari or Ranjit Singh’s Baradari. It was constructed in the year 1818 under the orders of Maharaja Ranjit Singh.

Largest Picture Wall

The gorgeous being elaborated and vivid mosaic decoration in pleasing colors on plaster base is the main feature of the wall that was commenced by Emperor Jahangir in 1624-25 A.D but accomplished by Shah Jahan in 1631-32 A.D. The wall measuring nearly 457 meters in length and 17 meters in height, is the most representative relic of Mughal period. It mainly reflects the sports and pastimes of Mughal Emperors, nevertheless it exposes a variety of geometrical and floral patterns.

Guarded Samadhi Maharaja Ranjeet Singh

The Samadhi is a beautiful blend of Hindu, Sikh and Muslim architectural styles. It has gilded fluted domes and cupolas and a complex railing round the top. The front of the doorway has images of Ganesh, Devi and Brahma, the Hindu deities, cut in red sand stone. The dome is heavily decorated with Naga (serpent) hood designs, a rich and fitting tribute to Hindu craftsmanship. The wood panels on the ceiling are covered with stained glass work and the walls have rich floral designs.

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