Mughal Serai

Mughal Serai is situated at village Shambhu on Sher Shah Suri Marg, near Rajpura at 30°26′06″N 76°41′06″E / 30.435°N 76.685°E / 30.435; 76.685Coordinates: 30°26′06″N 76°41′06″E / 30.435°N 76.685°E / 30.435; 76.685.

Contents

1 History
2 Preserved landmark
3 See also
4 References

History[edit]
The serai was built by Mughals as part of caravans of Serai on G.T.Road to provide shelter to Mughal army on journey from Peshawar to Dhaka.[1]
Preserved landmark[edit]
It has been well-maintained by the Punjab Archaeology Department[2] as a tourist spot.[3]
See also[edit]

Tourism in Punjab, India
Serai Nurmahal

References[edit]

^ http://www.mapsofindia.com/punjab/tourism/mughal-sarai-shambhu.html
^ http://asi.nic.in/nmma_reviews/Indian%20Archaeology%201982-83%20A%20Review.pdf
^ http://punjabrevenue.nic.in/gaz_ptl23.htm

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