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Lahore, the ancient Mughal City of Gardens located in Punjab, is regarded as the cultural capital of Pakistan. Dating back 2,000 years, its history is a rich blend of Jain, Hindu, Buddhist, Greek, Muslim, Mughal, Afghan, Sikh and British influences. In Lahore’s heart beats the Walled City, a relic of the Mughal era with the majestic Lahore Fort (a UNESCO World Heritage site), the Badshahi Mosque and the Wazir Khan Mosque— testaments to the city’s distinctive architecture. The bejewelled city of the nawabs also boasts being the food capital of Pakistan; don’t miss a chance to pay a visit and take in its authentic desi flavour. As the famous Punjabi saying goes:
“Jinnay Lahore nu nahi takkeya, o jammeya e nai” “Those who have not seen Lahore, have not lived”
Wagah Border is famous for the Beating the Retreat or the Flag Ceremony held every evening which is the formal way of closing the border at sunset and lowering of national flags of both the countries.
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a) Delhi gate:
Delhi Gate is one of six remaining historic gates of the Walled City of Lahore, Pakistan. The Delhi Gate was originally built during the Mughal period, and is now known as the Chitta Gate, about 100 metres west of the new Delhi Gate. The gate was named after Delhi since the gate opened east, in the general direction of that city. During the Mughal era, the gate served as the main gateway to Lahore, and its doors were shut every evening. The surrounding area includes several buildings of historical significance including the 17th century Wazir Khan Mosque, Shahi Hammam, and havelis.
b) Shahi hamaam:
The Shahi Hammam, also known as the Wazir Khan Hammam, is a Persian-style bath which was built in Lahore, Pakistan, in 1635 C.E. during the reign of Emperor Shah Jahan. It was built by chief physician to the Mughal Court, Ilam-ud-din Ansari, who was widely known as Wazir Khan.
c) Wazir khan mosque:
The Wazir Khan Mosque is 17th century mosque located in the city of Lahore, capital of the Pakistani province of Punjab. The mosque was commissioned during the reign of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan as part of an ensemble of buildings that also included the nearby Shahi Hammam baths
The old city became distinguished by its gates. Each of the thirteen gates (Akbari Gate, Bhati Gate, Delhi Gate, Kashmiri Gate, Lohari Gate, Masti Gate, Mochi Gate, Mori Gate, Roshnai Gate, Shahalmi Gate, Shairanwala Gate, Taxali Gate, and Yakki Gate) served a purpose, as with most ancient cities.
A local ride known as Rickshaw was prepared in traditional truck art design and became popular among the masses as Rangeela Rickshaw. The tourist avails this ride for touring inside the walled city. The Rangeela Rickshaw is used as a tourist ride on designated routes inside the walled city Lahore only.
a) Badshahi Mosque:
The Badshahi Mosque is a Mughal era masjid in Lahore, capital of the Pakistani province of Punjab, Pakistan. The mosque is located west of Lahore Fort along the outskirts of the Walled City of Lahore, and is widely considered to be one of Lahore’s most iconic landmarks.
b) Lahore Fort:
The Lahore Fort is a citadel in the city of Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. The fortress is located at the northern end of walled city Lahore, and spreads over an area greater than 20 hectares. It contains 21 notable monuments, some of which date to the era of Emperor Akbar.
Lahore, or simply Lahori’s (known locally) are famous for food. The food they eat, cook, and the food choices they have in the vicinity – is the definition of Lahore. Food is in the tradition, culture, and roots of this city. Generally, food streets of any place generously represent the local culture and diversity of food and taste of that area. And New Food Street Lahore is the most popular and important food spots and streets of Lahore in the same light.
As part of the Walled City Lahore Project, the city’s famous Food Street was relocated from Gawalmandi, near Anarkali Bazaar, to inside the Walled City on Fort Road, close to the Badshahi Mosque, the Lahore Fort (Shahi Qila) and Taxali Gate.
The lowering of the flags ceremony at the Wagah border is a daily military practice that the security forces of India and Pakistan have jointly followed since 1959.
The purpose of “Wagah Border Ceremony” is to formally close the border for the night and take-off the National Flag of both nations. The Flag Lowering Ceremony is done daily before sunset. However, this is an entertainment ceremony but displayed as patriotic performance every day.
At the time of the retreat the border looks like a battleground, as the procession is conducted with loud shouts and heavy foot stomping by the soldiers. A form of marching where soldiers lift up their legs very high is known as “Goose Marching”. This procession continues for 45 minutes.