Tomb of Lala Rukh

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Tomb of Lala Rukh
مقبرہ لالہ رخ
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Tomb of Lala Rukh
Location Hasan Abdal, Punjab, Pakistan
Coordinates 33°49′15.37″N72°41′25.64″E / 33.8209361°N 72.6904556°E / 33.8209361; 72.6904556 Coordinates: 33°49′15.37″N72°41′25.64″E / 33.8209361°N 72.6904556°E / 33.8209361; 72.6904556
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Tomb of Lala Rukh (Pakistan)

Tomb of Lala Rukh (Urdu : مقبرہ لالہ رخ) is a historical tomb in Hasan Abdal, Pakistan, that is traditionally attributed to Princess Lala Rukh, daughter of the Mughal emperor Akbar. [1] It is not known that who is buried here. [2]

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Location

The tomb is located on the Islam Shaheed road in Hasan Abdal, Attock District, in present-day Punjab, Pakistan Pakistan. The tomb is just opposite to the Gurdwara Panja Sahib and the Hakimon ka Maqbara.[ citation needed ]

Descriptions

Descriptions of the tomb can be found in the travels of William Moorcroft, Charles von Hügel, Alexander Burnes, George Elphinstone Dalrymple and Allan Cunningham. [3]

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References

  1. E.J. Brill's First Encyclopedia of Islam 1913-1936. BRILL. 1987. pp. 278–. ISBN   90-04-08265-4.
  2. "Archaeoilogical & Historical Sites". tourism.gov.pk. Archived from the original on 4 July 2014. Retrieved 4 July 2014.
  3. E.J. Brill's First Encyclopaedia of Islam 1913-1936. BRILL. 1987. pp. 278–. ISBN   90-04-08265-4.