Gulabi Bagh

G.T Road, Lahore

Gulabi Bagh

Gulabi Bagh (Rose Garden) Lahore is the entrance Gateway of Tomb of Dai Anga, located in G.T Road, Punjab, Pakistan. It was built in 1655 by a Persian noble, Mirza Sultan Beg who was Admiral of the Fleet under the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan.

Gulabi Bagh (Rose Garden) is a name recorded in an inscription on the Gateway decorated with mosaic tile work. It is said to have been a large garden with beautiful Pavilions, Arches, Paved floors and Gateways at all four corners.

Gulabi Bagh Rose Garden has surrounding many famous places are Shalimar Gardens and the Engineering University of Lahore. Many families, Tourists and Visitors come here in daily purpose for jogging and for breathtaking fresh air.

Alias Names

Gulabi Bagh (Rose and Garden) Lahore

Established Completed in 1655 A.D

Park & Garden

NearBy Landmark Tomb of Dai Anga
Location G.T Road, Lahore
City / Town Lahore
State Punjab
Country Pakistan

Gulabi Bagh Rose Garden, G.T Road, Lahore

Geo Coordinates 31.5789386201996 °N,    74.364121556282 °E

Travelor Instructions

Gulabi Bagh Lahore Visit Timings

All Days Open - 24 Hours

Map Of Gulabi Bagh

About the Author Rida Ali POSTED BY Rida Ali ON September 03, 2015

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