Period- C 17th-18th Cent. A.D
This Royal inn was initially built by Babur extended and planned by Mughal architect Hafiz Rakhna. It was rebuilt by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan along the Mughal military road between Delhi and Lahore, and
Heritage of Amloh and Punjab Is in Ruins Why Puniab Government ?👇 #Amloh was founded by Faiz Baksh, the Governor of Sirhind.
After the fall of Sirhind in 1763,
Amloh was annexed by Raja Hamir Singh, the ruler of #Nabha State
The mosque was built during the late medieval era. it is very popular amongst local Muslims,who offer prayers with full devotion.During festivals.The mihrab has a pointed arch in a rectangular frame along with niches on either side. #PunjabTourism
The Old structure is built of lakhauri bricks and lime mortar. It is coated with lime plaster.
A Dewan in the Court of
Nawab #WazirKhan of Sirhind,Governor of #Sirhind#Punjab During #MughalEmpire.
he is remembered for buying a small piece of land at a very huge price saying the world's costliest land ever bought for the cremation of the dead bodies of Mata Gujri, the mother and Sahibzada Zorawar Singh and Baba Fateh Singh, the two younger sons of 10th Sikh Guru,
It is a historical buildings built in memory of him.He was a great architect and builder of that period.
It has a bulbous dome supported on a circular drum and decorated with petalled design at the base. There are four kiosks at the front. Within the enclosed walls, there are three graves placed in the center beneath the dome.
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Tomb of Shagird Khawaja Khan in ,Fatehgarh Sahib
This Baoli From
Emperor #ShershahSuri’s Time Period was built in Early 17th Century in Kanech Village of Ludhiana
The structure is built on a rectangular plan. It is a double storey structure. There are steps that leads to the basement. There is a small well.
meaning of 👏🏻“Sarbat Khalsa👏🏻
“is (All The Khalsa)
it literally Translates to The entire Sikh Population
The first Sarbat Khalsa was called by the 10th Sikh guru,#GuruGobindSingh before his death in 1708 #Vaisakhi#Punjab
The first Sarbat Khalsa was called by the tenth guru, #GuruGobindSingh before his death in 1708 and the tradition of calling #SarbatKhalsa has continued ever since at times of hardship or conflict.👇
This Burj in village #Ghungrana of #Ludhiana is the remnant of a #fortress which existed at the spot. This tower marks the spot where #Metcalf was given the first audience by #MaharajaRanjitSingh in 1804. The fortress was destroyed by the #English, somewhere in 1849-50,#Punjab
As per Lepel H. Griffin #MaharajahRanjitSingh marched by way of Ambala to Naraingarh, a strong fort held by Kour Kishan Singh, which he invested.For nearly three weeks it held out, and in one of the assaults, Sirdar Fatah Singh,Kalianwala, one of Ranjit Singh's bravest Generals👇