Pakistan panjab shakargarh sex
In 1780, The city was divided among three rulers, Gujjar Singh, Lahna Singh, and Sobha Singh, while instability resulting from this arrangement allowed mearby Amritsar to establish itself as the area's primary commercial centre.
By the end of the 18th century, the city's population drastically declined, with its remaining resident's living within the city walls, while the extramural suburbs lay abandoned, forcing traveler to travel a few miles through abandoned and ruined suburbs before reaching the city's gates.
Lahore's population probably reached its zenith during his reign, with suburban districts home to perhaps 6 times as many compared to within the Walled City.
Shah Jahan's son, and last of the great Mughal Emperors, Aurangzeb, further contributed to the development of Lahore.
He renovated large portions of the Lahore Fort with luxurious white marble, and erected the iconic Naulakha Pavilion in 1633.
During this period, Lahore was closely tied to smaller market towns known as qasbahs, such as Kasur, Eminabad, and Batala in modern-day India, which in turn, linked to supply chains in villages surrounding each qasbah.Lahore is one of Pakistan's most liberal with major attractions including the famed Walled City, numerous Sikh shrines, and the Badshahi and Wazir Khan mosques.Lahore is also home to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Lahore Fort and Shalimar Gardens.and Lahore reached its cultural zenith during this period, with dozens of mosques, tombs, shrines, and urban infrastructure developed during this period.During the reign of Emperor Jahangir in the early 17th century, Lahore's bazaars were noted to be vibrant, frequented by foreigners, and stocked with a wide array of goods.