Chauburji

Chauburji Chowk, Lahore

Chauburji

Chauburji Lahore is a famous historical monument, located in Multan Road, Chauburji Chowk, Punjab, Pakistan. It was built in 1646 by the period of Mughal era in Lahore. It was a main entry point to a Mughal Garden, which was built by a respected woman Zeb un Nisa, she was the daughter of Mughal ruler Aurangzeb Alamgir.

Actually Chauburji has a basic meaning behind it words "Chau" means four and "Burji" meaning Tower, so combine these magical words, then it became "Four Towers". It's a Mughal era time monument which was as popular as it is now, as can see, its condition is not as good as before, but thanx to "Allah", now it’s become renovating again, which is situated over the orange train program.

Moreover, as can see, during Shah Jahan Period monument has previously used as a gateway to a large garden. Thus, it is a very famous monument in Lahore, this unique kind of red bricks structure is design very intelligently by well-known Mughal era periods in 1646 A.D.

Therefore, Chauburji Chowk is now use in just a roundabout, for the traffic use, but, this monument as famous and busiest chowk in Lahore yet.


QUICK INFORMATION
Alias Names

Chauburji Chowk Lahore • Chauburji Mughal Garden Lahore • چو برجی

Established Built in 1646 C.E.
Category

Monument

Rating
NearBy Landmark Surraya Azeem Waqaf Hospital
Location Chauburji Chowk, Lahore
City / Town Lahore
State Punjab
Country Pakistan
Address

Chauburji, Multan Road, Chauburji Chowk, Lahore

Contacts
Geo Coordinates 31.5540049 °N,    74.3048427 °E


Travelor Instructions

Chauburji Lahore Visit Timings

  • Monday - Sunday - 24 Hours open

Chauburji Map




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