Nine Incredibly Stunning Photos of Masjid Wazir Khan You Really Need To See Today!
Pakistan being an Islamic State is worldwide known to have some of the most beautiful and historic mosques of nearly every era.
Masjid Wazir Khan situated in Lahore, is one of such mosques that holds the most amazing and brilliant architecture. The mosque was built in 1641 and its construction was completed in 7 years. It is often called the “mole on cheek of Lahore” as a beauty mark due to its intricate interior. The mosque can be accessed through the Delhi Gate, which is one of the most famous historical gates of Lahore.
Once you get into the place, you can for sure spend hours and hours and you won’t feel tired no matter how many pictures you take of the place and how much you explore it. The fancy bricks and tiles are decorated with glazed mosaics. Every single corner, brick and tile has its own unique artwork with such vibrant colors. The small partially broken wooden doors, the faded dull red bricks, the artistic minarets, all give such a treat to the eyes. The outer entrance is as mesmerising as the mosque is from inside. In the courtyard of the mosque is the tomb of a renowned saint, Syed Muhammad Ishaq who is famously known as Miran Badshah. He is highly respected by the locals because of his noble, pious personality and religious preachings.
The mosque holds several shops in the ground plan. The shops are designed around the brick-paved passage and the shops are at both of the sides of it.
The passage that leads to the mosque actually depicts the scenes of ANDROON LAHORE. The narrowest streets, children wandering and playing, people busy in their chores and selling stuff, seeing all this makes you stop for a while and stare at the world that lies within those streets. The stunning place is much famous and popular among the tourists and the amazing instagram-mers, and is counted as one of the prettiest monuments of Pakistan.
After knowing so much about the mosque, you might definitely want to see what it actually looks like, so here you go!