One of the historic thirteen gates of the Walled City of Lahore in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.- Bhati Gate
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The Walled City of Lahore (Punjabi &, "Inner City"), also known as Old City, forms the historic core of Lahore, Pakistan.
The entire city of Lahore during the medieval Ghaznavid era was probably located west of the modern Shah Alami, and north of the Bhatti Gate.
Largest shrine in South Asia.
Surrounding it are Lower Mall Road, Bhati Gate, Gawalmandi & Karbala Gamay Shah.
Capital of the Pakistani province of Punjab, is Pakistan's 2nd largest city after Karachi, and is the 26th largest city in the world.
The entire city of Lahore during the medieval Ghaznavid era was probably located west of the modern Shah Alami Bazaar, and north of the Bhatti Gate.
Private museum and house located in Lahore, Pakistan, owned by the Fakir family.
The museum is located within Lahore's Walled City, along the Hakimaan Bazaar, near the Bhati Gate.
The Oonchi Mosque, or Oonchi Masjid (Punjabi, ) is a Mughal-era mosque located along the Hakiman Bazaar, near the Bhati Gate which leads into the Walled City of Lahore, in Pakistan.
Annual road marathon held in Lahore, Pakistan on 2005, 2006, and 2012.
Runners run alongside the famous Badshahi Masjid and pass the Bhati Gate and Taksali Gate of the Walled City of Lahore.
Singer and actress, and a pioneer of the Indian cinema.
Khursheed married her manager Lala Yakub (not to be confused with the famous Indian actor Yakub), who was a small-time actor with Kardar Productions and member of the Bhati Gate Group, Lahore, Pakistan.
Mausoleum or shrine in some places of the world, typically that of a saint or notable religious leader.
Shrine of Data Ganj Baksh near Bhati Gate, in Lahore's Walled City, Pakistan.
Indian film actor, director and producer.
He is credited with establishing the film industry in the Bhati Gate locality of Lahore, British India (now in Pakistan).
Punjabi-language film industry centered around the Indian state of Punjab, and based in Amritsar and Mohali.
But it was to be later in 1929–1930, when Abdur Rashid Kardar's Husn Ka Daku was released, that the film industry had established in essence in Lahore's Bhati Gate locality.