‪Lal Haveli‬

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‪‪Kucha Baili Ram‬‬, لاهور 54000 باكستان

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Ali A
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العائلة • أبريل 2019
‪Well i am a direct descendent of the elders of Laal Haveli and you have either got the history wrong or have mixed it with some other history. This haveli was built by my ancestor Mirza Nabi Bakhsh in 1914 and later it was declared as WAQF as IMAM BARGAH for Muharram processio n. Our family is still in possession of the haveli and some members still reside there. My family has been gathering there for the last 105 years every Muharram to commemorate the Sacrifice of Imam Hussain (A.S). Moreover i have complete SHAJRAH E NASB of my family alongwith our complete history and documentation of that time.
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كُتب بتاريخ 22 أبريل 2019
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HINA W
اسلام أباد, باكستان6,322 مساهمة
العائلة • أبريل 2016
‪This historic haveli, painted with red colour, is located in the interior Mochi Gate region. It was built by a Hindu banker called Chandu Shah in early 1600's. Chandu was a close confidante of Emperor Jehangir. When a rift developed between Chandu and the fifth Guru Arjan Dev over their children's wedding, Chandu conspired to get the Guru punished by the Emperor. He told the Emperor that the Guru was helping Khusro, the heir to the throne, in rebelling against his father. The Emperor ordered Chandu to punish the Guru. So he jailed the Guru in his haveli in Lahore with no food or water. The Guru survived on berries from a tree, water of the well and the sweet meats smuggled in by the Saint Mian Mir. Chandu incarcerated and tortured the Guru until he immersed himself into River Ravi and vanished in 1606. They say that when the sixth Guru Hargobind came to Lahore in 1619 he gathered all the Sikhs and dragged Chandu through the streets and killed him near the well. This street is also called Gali Lal Khoo or red well street because of the gory incidents attached to it. The haveli was pulled down by violent sikhs in 1799. It was rebuilt in 1825 and a Gurdwara was constructed here . This is a sacred site for the Sikh pilgrims and they still sing devotional songs about Chandu's death. They reverently tie red rags to the berry tree and distribute sweet meats. They also used to drink water from this well till it was sealed in 1975. I found the Haveli quaintly mystical. The intricate woodwork, beautiful staircase and the ochre facade really appealed to me. It's cut and chiseled brickwork makes it one of the finest havelis of the Walled City.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 18 أبريل 2016
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