Walled City lahore Authority

Naulakha Pavilion named so for the mystical number nine and the nine lakhs of rupees it took to build it, is one of the twenty-one buildings inside the Lahore Fort and is recognized as a world heritage site by UNESCO. The pavilion is rectangular in shape, situated in the west of Sheesh Mahal, and is prominent because of its centrally arched and extraordinarily curved roof. This unique feature is symbolic of Shahjahani architecture. The Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan added many structures to Lahore Fort but the most he liked and adored was the Naulakha Pavilion.
Naulakha Pavilion has been conserved by the Aga Khan Trust for Culture and Walled City of Lahore Authority in 2021 with the funding of the Royal Norwegian Embassy.

Conservation Gallery