Masallacin Badshahi

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Masallacin Badshahi
Badshahi Mosque July 1 2005 pic32 by Ali Imran (1).jpg
masallaci
farawa1671 Gyara
founded byAurangzeb Gyara
ƙasaPakistan Gyara
located in the administrative territorial entityLahore Gyara
coordinate location31°35′17″N 74°18′36″E Gyara
material usedsandstone Gyara
addiniMusulunci Gyara
architectural styleMughal architecture Gyara
heritage designationTentative World Heritage Site Gyara

Masallacin Badshahi (harshen Punjabiبادشاہی مسجد), masallaci ne a birnin Lahore, babban birnin kasar Pakistan Wanda aka gina shi a zamanin daular Mughal.[1] Masallacin dai an gina shi ne a yammacin birnin Lahore saitin karkatar tsohuwar ganuwar birnin na Lahore,[2] kuma ana ganin masallacin a matsayin wata babbar alama ta birnin.[3]

Gwarzo Jarumi Aurangzeb ne ya gina Masallacin a shekara ta 1671, wanda ya dauki shekaru biyu kafin kammala gina shi, sai a shekarar 1673 aka kamala. Masallacin wata babbar muhimmiyar alama ce dake nuna salo irin name gine-ginen zamanin Mughal. Shine ya rage daga cikin manyan masallatan da daular Mughal ta gina a kasar Pakistan.[4] Bayan rushewar daular Mughal, Masallacin ya koma karkashin ikon daular Sikh da kuma daular mulkin mallaka ta Birtaniya, Wanda a yanzu Masallacin ya zama wata babbar alama ta kasar Pakistan.

Mazaunin sa[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

Masallacin Badshahi a Hazuri Bagh daga Lahore.
Daga cikin Masallacin Badshahi.

Massllacin na zaune ne a birnin Lahore, Pakistan.

Mashiga ko Babbar kofar Masallacin na daga gefen yammacin Hazuri Bagh, yana fuskantar sananniyar kofar Alamgiri ta Lahore, wadda take daga gabashin Hazuri Bagh. Sannan kuma dai Masallacin na a gaba da kofar Roshnai, daya daga cikin kofofin ganuwar birnin Lahore, wadda take daga gefen kudancin Hazuri Bagh

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osque.[6]

Hotuna[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

Manazarta[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

  1. "Lahore's iconic mosque stood witness to two historic moments where tolerance gave way to brutality". 
  2. "Badshahi Mosque". Ualberta.ca. Retrieved 2 January 2014. 
  3. "Holiday tourism: Hundreds throng Lahore Fort, Badshahi Masjid - The Express Tribune" (in en-US). 9 October 2014.  Unknown parameter |access-date= ignored (help)
  4. Meri, Joseph (31 October 2005). Medieval Islamic Civilization: An Encyclopedia. Routledge. p. 91. 
  5. Waheed ud Din, p.14
  6. IH Malik Sikandar Hayat Khan: A Biography Islamabad: NIHCR, 1984. p 127