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Aam Khas Bhag

Aam Khas Bhag, a public garden, is situated at Sirhind in Punjab. It has a lush green lawn where 2000 persons can be accommodated.

Built by the Mughals, initially the garden had two portions ‘Aam’, for the public use and ‘Khas’, for the use of the emperors. At one end stand the ruins of a medieval palace built during Jehangir's reign. It once had a two storied royal pavilion, baths, underground water-cooled chambers, and accommodations for travelers.

Updated on 13th August, 2014
District: Fatehgarh Sahib
Location: Sirhind    


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