Lahore History Tour – Installment #13

I took a bit of a break but I am back now with more on Lahore History Tour. Today, I will continue again with Jahangir’s Quadrangle which has been the theme for the last few posts. Still concentrating on the decorative work on pillars located within the porticoes on the east and west sides of the quadrangle.


Top of one of the pillars and the adjoining animal shaped bracket showing an opened mouth of a lion.


Pillars on the northeastern side of Jahangir’s Quadrangle are intricately carved over their whole length.


Closer view of the floral motifs carved on to one of the pillars.

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