It is not known that who is buried here.

Hassanabdal Assistant Commissioner Adnan Anjum Raja told the media on Sunday said that the tomb of Lala Rukh, which is traditionally attributed to Princess Lalarukh, daughter of Mughal emperor Akbar, is dilapidated due to a lack of technical support and manpower from the Department of Archaeology. During the Sikh Era, the original position of the Graves was levelled and the Tomb was as the “Munshi Khana” (منشی خانہ) of Hasan Abdal. The project aims at restoring the decaying Mughal era monument and providing better recreational facilities to the dwellers of the city. Another monument grave is situated on the Eastern side of the Hakim’s Tomb which is called as the Lala-Rukh’s (لالہ رخ) Tomb. The tehsil municipal administration Hassanabdal has launched a mega project for the Mughal era Lala Rukh tomb with the collaboration of local donors and philanthropists in a bid to restore the decaying Mughal era monument besides to provide better recreational facilities to … Perhaps she was died here at Hasan Abdal ongoing or coming back from Kashmir. Attock, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 26th Nov, 2019 ) :The tehsil municipal administration Hassanabdal has launched a mega project for the Mughal era Lala Rukh tomb with the collaboration of local donors and philanthropists in a bid to restore the decaying Mughal era monument and provide better recreational facilities to the dwellers of the city.

We then paid off the son of a foul tempered land lady that lived in the compound of the sole Hindu temple still standing at … The tomb complex also includes the Tomb of Lala Rukh, traditionally attributed to a Mughal princess.


TAXILA: The Hassanabdal Tehsil Municipal Administration (TMA) has launched a mega project for the Mughal-era Tomb of Lala Rukh in collaboration with local donors and … ATTOCK - The Tehsil Municipal Administration Hassanabdal has launched a mega project for renovation and facelift of Mughal era Lala Rukh tomb in collaboration with local donors and philanthropists. Another monument grave is situated on the Eastern side of the Hakim’s Tomb which is called as the Lala-Rukh’s (لالہ رخ) Tomb. Adham Khan on the other hand, was executed by the orders of Akbar. If you Like our video Don't forget to Like, Comment and Share. History of Tomb of Lala Rukh 24 News HD is one of the leading news channels of Pakistan bringing you the latest current affairs from Pakistan and around the world. Tomb of Lala Rukh is a historical tomb traditionally attributed to Princess Lala Rukh, daughter of the Mughal emperor Akbar. The Khanpur dam, Taxila Museum, Wah Garden, Lala Rukh tomb and other ancient sites were the places which attracted most of the visitors.

Perhaps she was died here at Hasan Abdal ongoing or coming back from Kashmir. It is recorded historical fact that Noor Jehan(wife of Emperor Jahangir) went to Kashmir along with Jahangir. مقبرہ لالہ رخ (Tomb of Lala Rukh) ایک تاریخی مقبرہ ہے جو روایتی طور مغل شہنشاہ جلال الدین اکبر کی بیٹی شہزادی لالہ رخ سے منسوب ہے۔ تاہم یہ معلوم نہیں کہ یہاں کون دفن ہے۔ حوالہ جات [4] Her works were featured in 2017 at the contemporary art exhibition documenta 14. Lala Rukh means red face, Mughal had white colour and during fever, face often becomes red. Lala Rukh (1948–2017), was a prominent Pakistani women rights activist and artist who was known as founder of Women's Action Forum. Perhaps she was died here at Hasan Abdal ongoing or coming back from Kashmir. Flanking the large iwans are 4 smaller niches - also built in the Persian style.

Adham Khan on the other hand, was executed by the orders of Akbar. This is a tomb of Lala Rukh, member of Royal family of the Mughal Emperor Humayoun. If you are new here then Subscribe Nature Clicks For Latest Videos. [5] This is a tomb of Lala Rukh, member of Royal family of the Mughal Emperor Humayoun.

Hakim's Tomb (Urdu: حکیموں کا مقبرہ ‎; "Hakeemon ka Maqbara") is a 16th-century tomb located in the city of Hasan Abdal, Pakistan, across from the Gurdwara Panja Sahib.

A large Persian style iwan gateway arch is found on each of the cardinal sides of the tomb, and span the height of both story. The tomb is fronted by a small fish pond.

During the Sikh Era, the original position of the Graves was levelled and the Tomb was as the “Munshi Khana” (منشی خانہ) of Hasan Abdal. Some writer says Empress Noor Jehan was buried here. [1] [2] [3] Rukh's artistic work ranged from political collages and posters, to meditative, austere drawings.

Thereafter, Aziz Koka built his father tomb next to Nizamuddin Auliya in Delhi in 1566-67.

We then walked to the Maqbara Hakeema (Akbar’s Physicians’ tomb 1582 AD) and the grave of the unknown princess, thought to be Lala Rukh of the same era.

The tomb is octagonal and is a two-story structure.