Naulakha Pavilion in Lahore Fort-Mughal
In the days of great Mughal Empire, this
marvellous peace of art was made in Lahore Fort, Lahore near Ravi
River Bank. White marble stone is used for construction and wall
Mughal emperor Shah Jahan was a romantic man who constrcuted
Taj mahal in agra and after that this master piece in Lahore
was built in 1633 by the s a small summer house, it cost
around 900,000 rupees, an exorbitant amount at the time. It is
called Naulakha because in Urdu language, the word means
'worth 9 lakhs rupees'.This also brought the word Naulakha
into common use to signify something precious.
prominent example of similar use of name is Naulakha Temple in
Deoghar, Baidyanathdham (Jharkhand).
Fort is great fort used and made by many Emperors during
Mughal Empire where a lot of beautiful historical places
the British to march on Hunza in December 1891, where they fought a decisive
battle at Nilit, 60 km beyond Diaynor Bridge. After this the British garrisoned
Aliabad until 1897 when Hunza became a princely state protected by the
Government of British India. After the Pakistan was created in 1947, the people
of Hunza also gained liberation and the princely state was merged in Pakistan.