The Tomb of Jahangir is a mausoleum built for Jahangir, who ruled the Mughal Empire from 1605 to 1627. The mausoleum is located in Shahdara Bagh in Lahore, Pakistan, not far from the mausoleum of Jahangir’s wife Nur Jahan. The site also contains a mausoleum for Nur Jahan’s brother, Asif Khan, but my camera ran out of battery before I visited that part.
Above, road along the rampart of the tomb complex.
Above, I paid a guard to get access to the rampart and the gate leading to the mausoleum.
Above, the mausoleum of Jahangir. It was recently renovated.
Above, gate leading to the tomb of Asif Khan. The top of that tomb can be seen in the background.
Above, inside the gate leading to the mausoleum of Jahangir.
Above, view from the roof of the gate.
Above, back at the entrance gate, looking at the garden.
Above, shantytown near the entrance.
Above, the gate leading to the mausoleum of Jahangir.
Above, the mausoleum.
Above, the cenotaph of Emperor Jahangir inside the mausoleum.
Above, I paid another guard to give me access to one of the towers on the roof of the mausoleum.
Above, roof of the mausoleum.
Above, Ravi river seen from the top of the tower.
Above, back on the ground.
Below, I wasn’t able to take a picture this time, but here is a photo of the tomb of Asif Khan from the previous time I was there (10 years ago). There has been no restoration done on that part of the complex so it pretty much looks just like that now.