I asked his permission about sharing those pictures on my blog and he granted it on one condition: mark his name on the picture. I said okay and inserted him name on the pictures he took.
So, this post is first in probably a multiple part series I will publish in coming days. In this episode, we are taking a trip to Badshahi Mosque aka The Mosque of King which is located in Lahore.
Commissioned by sixth Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb in 1670s, this mosque is one of Pakistan’s biggest mosque and an architectural wonder. The mosque can accommodate more than 1,00,000 worshipers at a time. Now that’s huge.
A sunset view from the mosque
One of the 4 minarets of mosque. Each is 3 story high
Badshahi Mosque at night
Catch the Sun! This picture is of Lahore Fort, commonly known as Shahi Qila.
Old Walls! Here’s another section of Lahore Fort. This fort is really big and was also constructed by Mughal emperors
Stay tuned for more……
Check out other post of this great trip by clicking here