Question: Who Build Hiran Minar?
- Sher Shah Suri
- Mirza Ghiyas Beg
- Emperor Jahangir
Answer: Emperor Jahangir
Emperor Jahangir build Hiran Minar
Hiran Minar built in the early 17th-century Mughal-era complex. It is located in the town of Sheikhupura as in the Pakistani province of Punjab. The complex basically put in the structuring foundation as the game reserve in honor of Mughal Emperor Jahangir’s pet antelope. The construction of this seminar has fitted well with the Mughal relationship between humans, pets, and hunting. It also consists of the Jahangir-era minaret that situated next to a larger Shah Jahan-era complex. However, the minaret is standing at the height of 30 meters tall. Moreover, the side portion of the seminar inscribed with a eulogy to the pet antelope. It also includes the beautiful massive rectangular water-tank pool that is measuring 229 meters by 273 meters that lies at the heart of the complex. Hence, the pavilion is two-storeyed topped by a rooftop chhatri that served as a stone gazebo.
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