Pictures fo Lahore# All pictures in this collection, taken 2017/2018, were made avaialable to Austria-Forum by Rizwan Mehmood and can be used freely (i.e. are in public domain). On 23 March 1940, a resolution "Pakistan for muslims" demanding a new country was passed at Minar-e-Pakistan. Visitors come here from different parts of the Pakistan to view historic Lahore fort. Visitors normally use this gate to enter the Lahore Fort, as front gate is closed due to bad condition. Moti Mosque in Lahore Fort. Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan built this mosque. It is also called Pearl Mosque for its beautiful design. People use such cart to view different areas of Lahore Fort. This Tower is named after the young girl Arfa Karim, the youngest Microsoft certified professional of the world. Historic Cannon in Lahore Fort Armed Men in Lahore Fort portraying the mughal era. Akbari gait in Lahore Fort. Prisoners were kept here. Badshahi Mosque was commissioned by Emperor Aurangzeb in 1671 People entering Badshahi mosque People in front of Badshahi mosque Main gate of Akbari jail in Lahore fort. These three words Unity Faity and Discipline are the principles of the founder of pakistan, Quaid-e-Azam. This message can be seen in many places of Lahore. The sign board explains history of Shalamar garden. Entrance of Shalamar garden Inner view of Shalamar Garden Kingston College is a unique, co-educational, international school located at Upper Canal, Jallo, Lahore. Rickshaws are still popular in Lahore despite much improvement of public transport and a growing number of private cars. Canal in Lahore even used for swimming. The Diwan-i-Khas is where the Emperor would attend to state affairs.