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Mughal Serai

Mughal Serai is situated at village Shambhu on Sher Shah Suri Marg, near Rajpura.

History

The serai was built by Mughals as part of caravans of Serai on G.T.Road to provide shelter to Mughal army on journey from Peshawar to Dhaka.[1]

Preserved landmark

It has been well-maintained by the Punjab Archaeology Department[2] as a tourist spot.[3]

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