Tomb of Jani Khan

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Tomb of Jani Khan
مقبرہ جانی خان
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The dome over Jani Khan's tomb, Lahore
Location Lahore, Punjab Flag of Pakistan.svg Pakistan
Coordinates 31°34′54.64″N74°22′13.72″E / 31.5818444°N 74.3704778°E / 31.5818444; 74.3704778 Coordinates: 31°34′54.64″N74°22′13.72″E / 31.5818444°N 74.3704778°E / 31.5818444; 74.3704778
Architectural style(s) Mughal
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مقبرہ جانی خان in Lahore
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Tomb of Jani Khan (Pakistan)

Tomb of Jani Khan (Urdu : مقبرہ جانی خان), or Khan-i-Khanan (Urdu : خانِ خانان), is a historical tomb of Jani Khan. It is situated in Baghbanpura, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. The tomb was constructed during the Mughal rule in South Asia. Jani Khan was the father-in-law of Moin-ul-Mulk, the Mughal governor, who died in 1778. [1] [2] [3] There are three graves inside the tomb.

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References

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  2. "Tomb of Jani Khan: Another lost piece of history! | Pakistan Today". archive.pakistantoday.com.pk. Retrieved 2021-01-27.
  3. Qureshi, Tania (2018-07-14). "The lost tomb of Jani Khan". Daily Times . Retrieved 2021-01-27.