Mughal Architecture-Lahore, Pakistan


The beauty of Mughal architecture , the proportions and finesse of inlay work is unsurpassed in seen in the Badshahi Mosque at Lahore, with a magnificent chandelier adding to the splendour. The mosque’s interior is embellished with Mughal frescoes and carved marble.

The Badshahi Mosque  features intricate Mughal  frescoes. Both the interior and exterior of the mosque are decorated with elaborate white marble carved with a floral design common to Mughal art.  The carvings at Badshahi mosque are considered to be uniquely fine and unsurpassed works of Mughal architecture

The Badshahi 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.

The Badshahi Mosque was built between 1671-73 by the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb in 1671,  The mosque is an important example of  Mughal architecture, with an exterior that is decorated with carved red sandstone with marble inlay. The entrance to the mosque complex is via a two-storey edifice built of red sandstone which is elaborately decorated with framed and carved panelling on each of its facades.

It remains the largest mosque of the Mughal-era, and is the second largest in Pakistan.


Prints : Available as Giclee print on finest quality paper or  canvas. International shipment

Sizes available: 8 x 12″(203 x 305 mm); 12 x 16″(305 x 410mm); 18 x 24″(457 x 610 mm); 24 x 32″ (610 x 813mm)

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