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The Tombs of Ustad-Shagird are two Mughal-era tombs in the town of Nakodar in Jalandhar district, Punjab, India. Wikipedia

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    Mughal era tomb in the city of Lahore, Pakistan, which houses the tomb of Mughal princess Nadira Banu Begum, wife of Prince Dara Shikoh. The wife of Dara Shikoh, who served as the governor of Lahore in the 1640s. Wikipedia

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    Mughal era tomb in the city of Lahore, Pakistan that was built in the 1630s. Kurd who first worked in the court of the Persian Safavid ruler Shah Safi, before moving to the Mughal court. Wikipedia

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  • Tomb of Khan-e-Jahan Bahadur Kokaltash

    17th-century tomb of a Mughal governor that is located in Mohalla Ganj, in the Pakistani city of Lahore. Khan-e-Jahan Bahadur Zafar Jung Kokaltash served as Mughal Sūbehdar (governor) of Lahore from 11 April 1691 – 1693. Wikipedia

  • Tomb of Nur Jahan

    17th-century mausoleum in Lahore, Pakistan, that was built for the Mughal empress Nur Jahan. Plundered during the Sikh era in 18th century for use at the Golden Temple in Amritsar. Wikipedia

  • Chauburji

    Mughal era monument in the city of Lahore, capital of the Pakistani province of Punjab. Built in 1646 C.E. during the reign of the emperor Shah Jahan. Wikipedia

  • Jamali Kamali Mosque and Tomb

    Mosque and the other is the tomb of Jamali and Kamali. Their names are tagged together as "Jamali Kamali" for the mosque as well as the tomb since they are buried adjacent to each other. Wikipedia

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  • Mughal-Sikh Wars

    The Mughal-Sikh Wars were a series of campaigns between Mughal and Sikh armies, taking place in present-day Pakistan and the India between the 16th and 18th centuries. Between the 7th and 11th centuries, Islamic armies conducted several campaigns into the Hindu-dominated Indian subcontinent, making conquests limited to present-day Pakistan and the Punjab. Wikipedia

  • Tomb of Asif Khan

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  • Badshahi Mosque

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  • Serai Lashkari Khan

    Historical inn built by Mughal military general Lashkari Khan, in the reign of Emperor Aurangzeb in 1667 CE. One of many Carvanserais meant to be halting places along the old Mughal highway connecting Agra, Delhi and Lahore. Wikipedia

  • Roshanara Bagh

    Mughal era garden built by Roshanara Begum, the second daughter of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan. Situated in Shakti Nagar near Kamla Nagar Clock Tower and North Campus of University of Delhi. Wikipedia

  • Abd al-Samad Khan

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  • Chini Ka Rauza

    Funerary monument, rauza in Agra, India, containing the tomb of Afzal Khan Shirazi, a scholar and poet who was the Prime Minister of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. Built in 1635. Wikipedia

  • Hiran Minar

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  • Chandigarh

    City, district and union territory in India that serves as the capital of the two neighbouring states of Punjab and Haryana. Bordered by the state of Punjab to the north, the west and the south, and by the state of Haryana to the east. Wikipedia

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