Wazir Khan Masjid

Fort Road, Lahore

Wazir Khan Masjid

Wazir Khan Masjid (Mosque) Lahore is another beautiful piece of Mughal emperor time, located in old city outside the Walls of the Lahore Fort, Punjab, Pakistan. It was founded in the 17th century, by Sheikh Ilm-ud-Din Ansari (also known as Wazir Khan).

Similarly, wazir khan mosque architecture has present unique kind of design with glazed tile mosaics with four octagonal minarets that are standing in corners of the main courtyard, and the walls are decorated with floral patterns, masterful calligraphy verses from the Koran and Persian poetry.

Moreover, the mosque has water pond center of the hall look lavish which is decorated with beautiful tiles around. Overall, it’s a masterpiece of art in Lahore for the viewers.

Usually, local citizens come here to perform prayers during namaz times, as well as, it's popularity because of its stunning Mughal emperor architecture, that’s why numbers of people come to see the beauty inside the Masjid, and captured their looks in their cameras as well.

From Lahore city to Wazir Khan Masjid (Mosque) cover a distance about to take 11.2 km or 31 min drive by car.

Alias Names

Wazir Khan Mosque Lahore • مسجد وزیر خان

Established Completed in 1641

Masjid (Mosque)

Location Fort Road, Lahore
City / Town Lahore
State Punjab
Country Pakistan

Wazir Khan Masjid, Shahi Guzargah, Fort Road, Lahore

Geo Coordinates 31.5838755357499 °N,    74.3233414146805 °E
Associated Aga Khan Trust for Culture and the Government of Punjab • UNESCO World Heritage Site

Travelor Instructions

Wazir Khan Masjid (Mosque) Visit Timings

  • Monday - Sunday- 24 Hours Open

Wazir Khan Masjid Map