List of temples in Lahore

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Before the partition of India in 1947, Lahore was a cosmopolitan city with Hindu, Sikh and Jain residents. There were many temples in Lahore.

In 1941, 64.5% of the population of Lahore was Muslim and about 36% was Hindu or Sikh.[1]

Hindu temples[edit]

  • Chand raat temple,Ichra Lahore
  • Temple of Loh (son of Lord Ram–Lahore is named after him)[2]
  • Mahadev, there is a Bhairav temple also
  • Sheetla mandir
  • Doodhwali Mata Nandir (between Shah Almi and Lohari gate)
  • Arya Samaj Mandir
  • Mandir Wachhowali
  • Akbari Mandi Temple
  • Ramgali Temple
  • Model Town B Block Temple
  • Model Town D Block Temple (not in use)
  • Temple near Mela Ram Talao,[3][4]
  • Krishna Mandir at Ravi Road,[5]
  • Valmiki Mandir or Neela Gumbad Mandir

Jain temples[edit]

Sikh gurdwaras[edit]

The Samadhi of Emperor Ranjit Singh in Lahore, Pakistan
  • Dera Sahib
  • Prakash Asthan Sri Guru Ram Das Ji[10]
  • Baoli Sahib[11]
  • Chaumala

See also[edit]

References[edit]