Shahdara lahore is situated very near to ravi river. Some area of shahdara is in shekhupara and other part of it,s in lahore. Shahdara starts from rana town to toll plaza of ravi river. There are two interchanges of motorway also connecting to shahdara. Famous areas of shahdara are Shahdara more, G. T. road, Govt college shahdara, Ferozwala kachehri, Lajpat road, UET rana town.
Tomb of Jahangir
Tomb of Jahangir, (Urdu: جهانگير کا مقبرہ) is the mausoleum built for the Mughal Emperor Jahangir who ruled from 1605 to 1627. The mausoleum is located near the town of Shahdara Bagh in Lahore, Pakistan. His son Shah Jahan built the mausoleum 10 years after his father's death. It is sited in an attractive walled garden. It has four 30 meter high minarets.
Kamran's Baradari (built 1520s or mid 17th-century)
Kamran's Baradari is the ostensibly the earliest known Mughal monument in Lahore, said to have been built by Prince Kamran in the 1520s. However, the pavilion more likely dates to the reign of Shah Jahan (1627-58) as certain architectural features such as the use of cusped arches were not employed until Shah Jahan's reign.
Tomb of Noor Jahan
Begum Nur Jahan (Persian/Urdu: نور جہاں ) (alternative spelling Noor Jahan, Nur Jehan, Nor Jahan, etc.) (1577–1645), also known as Mehr-un-Nisaa, was an Empress of the Mughal Dynasty, of Persian origin whose tomb lies in Lahore, Pakistan. She is an aunt of Empress Mumtaz Mahal, Emperor Shah Jahan's wife for whom the Taj Mahal was made.
Ravi River (Shahdara Lahore)
The Ravi is a trans-boundary river flowing through Northwestern India and Northeastern Pakistan. It is 1 of the 6 rivers of the Indus System in Punjab region (Punjab means "Five Rivers"). After partition of India in August 1947, the waters of the Ravi River, along with five other rivers of Indus system (Beas, Sutlej, Chenab, Jhelum and Indus), divided India and Pakistan under the Indus Water Treaty.