Women viewing painting exhibition organized by Bab-e-Pakistan Foundation and Information Department & Culture Department, Government of the Punjab at Wazir Khan Mosque, Delhi Gate

APP29-051223 LAHORE: December 05 – Women viewing painting exhibition organized by Bab-e-Pakistan Foundation and Information Department & Culture Department, Government of the Punjab at Wazir Khan Mosque, Delhi Gate. APP/AHF/MAF/TZD
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People viewing Painting exhibition organized by Bab-e-Pakistan Foundation and Walled City Authority at Wazir Khan Mosque Delhi Gate

APP35-031223 LAHORE: December 03 – People viewing Painting exhibition organized by Bab-e-Pakistan Foundation and Walled City Authority at Wazir Khan Mosque Delhi Gate. APP/AHF/TZD/FHA
APP35-031223LAHORE: December 03 – . APP36-031223LAHORE: December 03 – People viewing Painting exhibition organized by Bab-e-Pakistan Foundation and Walled City Authority at Wazir Khan Mosque Delhi Gate. APP/AHF/TZD/FHA

A deteriorated view of Chitta Gate in Kashmir Bazar, at Lahore’s walled city. It was built in 1650 during Shah Jahan’s rule and originally served as Lahore’s ‘Delhi Gate’ during the Mughal era

APP10-031123 LAHORE: November 03 – A deteriorated view of Chitta Gate in Kashmir Bazar, at Lahore's walled city. It was built in 1650 during Shah Jahan's rule and originally served as Lahore's 'Delhi Gate' during the Mughal era. APP/MTF/MAF/ZID
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Student giving final touch to her painting during Painting and Calligraphy Exhibition organized by Formanite School System at Wazir Khan square inside Delhi gate

APP11-281023 LAHORE: October 28 – Student giving final touch to her painting during Painting and Calligraphy Exhibition organized by Formanite School System at Wazir Khan square inside Delhi gate. APP/AHF/FHA
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A student passenger traveling on a traditional horse-drawn carriage (tanga swari) passes through Delhi Gate. The traditional horse carriage (tanga swari) culture still exists in the old walled city despite modern means of transportation.

APP02-130423 LAHORE: April 13 - A student passenger traveling on a traditional horse-drawn carriage (tanga swari) passes through Delhi Gate. The traditional horse carriage (tanga swari) culture still exists in the old walled city despite modern means of transportation. APP/MTF/ZID
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Students of Arts taking keen interest in the Art Exhibition at Chowk Wazir Kahan Masjid Delhi Gate organized by Walled city

APP32-040223 LAHORE: February 04 - Students of Arts taking keen interest in the Art Exhibition at Chowk Wazir Kahan Masjid Delhi Gate organized by Walled city. APP/IRR/ ABB/FHA
APP32-040223 LAHORE: APP33-040223 LAHORE: February 04 - Students of Arts taking keen interest in the Art Exhibition at Chowk Wazir Kahan Masjid Delhi Gate organized by Walled city. APP/IRR/ ABB/FHA APP34-040223 LAHORE: February 04 - Students of Arts taking keen interest in the Art Exhibition at Chowk Wazir Kahan Masjid Delhi Gate organized by Walled… Continue reading Students of Arts taking keen interest in the Art Exhibition at Chowk Wazir Kahan Masjid Delhi Gate organized by Walled city

A view of well of Dina Nath inside the Delhi Gate at Walled City. The well of Dina Nath intended to be water well in the Wazir Khan Chowk. The well’s construction during the 19th century by a Sikh nobleman sparked controversy, given its location in the immediate vicinity of the Masjid. The well commissioned by Raja Dina Nath in the mid-19th century under the reign of Ranjit Singh

APP59-070921 LAHORE: September 07 - A view of well of Dina Nath inside the Delhi Gate at Walled City. The well of Dina Nath intended to be water well in the Wazir Khan Chowk. The well's construction during the 19th century by a Sikh nobleman sparked controversy, given its location in the immediate vicinity of the Masjid. The well commissioned by Raja Dina Nath in the mid-19th century under the reign of Ranjit Singh. APP Photo by Mustafa Lashari
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A view of Dehli Gate, The Delhi gate is one of the six remaining gates which were the traditional entry points in old Lahore.The Delhi Gate was built during the Mughal period and is one of the original thirteen gates of the Inner city, of which only six survive. The gate was named after Delhi since the gate open east, in the general direction of that city

APP49-280521 LAHORE: May 28 - A view of Dehli Gate, The Delhi gate is one of the six remaining gates which were the traditional entry points in old Lahore.The Delhi Gate was built during the Mughal period and is one of the original thirteen gates of the Inner city, of which only six survive. The gate was named after Delhi since the gate open east, in the general direction of that city. APP Photo by Mustafa Lashari
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