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Shaheed Ganj Mosque, originally named the Abdullah Khan Mosque (Urdu: مسجد شَهيد گنج), was a mosque in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. The Mosque was commissioned in 1722 during the reign of Mughal Emperor Muhammad Shah and built by Abdullah Khan construction was completed in 1753 during the reign of Ahmad Shah Bahadur. It was constructed next to the shrine of Pir Shah Kaku. Sikh rule began in 1762, the Gurdwara Bhai Taru Singh was built afterwards within the same grounds. The mosque site was under dispute during British rule, but was demolished by Sikhs on the night of 8 July 1935.

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  • Shaheed Ganj Mosque, originally named the Abdullah Khan Mosque (Urdu: مسجد شَهيد گنج), was a mosque in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. The Mosque was commissioned in 1722 during the reign of Mughal Emperor Muhammad Shah and built by Abdullah Khan construction was completed in 1753 during the reign of Ahmad Shah Bahadur. It was constructed next to the shrine of Pir Shah Kaku. Sikh rule began in 1762, the Gurdwara Bhai Taru Singh was built afterwards within the same grounds. The mosque site was under dispute during British rule, but was demolished by Sikhs on the night of 8 July 1935. (en)
  • Masjid Shaheed Ganj awalnya bernama Masjid Abdullah Khan (bahasa Urdu: مسجد شَهيد گنج), adalah sebuah masjid di Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. Masjid ini diresmikan pada tahun 1722 pada masa pemerintahan Kaisar Mughal Alamgir II dan dibangun oleh Abdullah Khan konstruksi selesai pada tahun 1753. Masjid itu dibangun di sebelah kuil Pir Shah Kaku. Situs masjid berada di bawah sengketa selama pemerintahan Inggris, tetapi dihancurkan oleh Sikh pada malam 8 Juli 1935. (in)
  • Масджи́д Шахи́д Гандж или Шахи́д Гандж (урду مسجد شَهيد گنج‎) — мечеть, располагавшаяся в 1722—1935 годах в городе Лахор (ныне Пакистан), на . Изначально называлась мечетью Абдуллы Хана (урду عبد اللہ خان مسجد‎). (ru)
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  • Abdullah Khan (en)
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  • 1935-07-08 (xsd:date)
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  • Shaheed Ganj Mosque (en)
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  • Shaheed Ganj Mosque, originally named the Abdullah Khan Mosque (Urdu: مسجد شَهيد گنج), was a mosque in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. The Mosque was commissioned in 1722 during the reign of Mughal Emperor Muhammad Shah and built by Abdullah Khan construction was completed in 1753 during the reign of Ahmad Shah Bahadur. It was constructed next to the shrine of Pir Shah Kaku. Sikh rule began in 1762, the Gurdwara Bhai Taru Singh was built afterwards within the same grounds. The mosque site was under dispute during British rule, but was demolished by Sikhs on the night of 8 July 1935. (en)
  • Masjid Shaheed Ganj awalnya bernama Masjid Abdullah Khan (bahasa Urdu: مسجد شَهيد گنج), adalah sebuah masjid di Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. Masjid ini diresmikan pada tahun 1722 pada masa pemerintahan Kaisar Mughal Alamgir II dan dibangun oleh Abdullah Khan konstruksi selesai pada tahun 1753. Masjid itu dibangun di sebelah kuil Pir Shah Kaku. Situs masjid berada di bawah sengketa selama pemerintahan Inggris, tetapi dihancurkan oleh Sikh pada malam 8 Juli 1935. (in)
  • Масджи́д Шахи́д Гандж или Шахи́д Гандж (урду مسجد شَهيد گنج‎) — мечеть, располагавшаяся в 1722—1935 годах в городе Лахор (ныне Пакистан), на . Изначально называлась мечетью Абдуллы Хана (урду عبد اللہ خان مسجد‎). (ru)
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  • Masjid Shaheed Ganj (in)
  • Shaheed Ganj Mosque (en)
  • Шахид Гандж (ru)
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