Bhati Gate is one of the gates of the Walled City of Lahore located in Lahore District, Punjab, Pakistan. The gate is located on the western side of the city wall. And it is known for its specialty Lahari cuisine and is packed with foodies around the clock. It is said that when Mahmud Ghaznavi defeated Raja Jaipal, the gate here was named after the Rajput tribe Bhat or Bhatti. Which the Mughal Emperor Akbar rebuilt during his reign.
Near the gate is a museum that houses the monuments of the era of various kingdoms of India. While the historical market like Bazar Hakeeman is also located next to the entrance. Which suggests that this market is reserved for the Bazar Hakiman.
But a special significance of this door is the residence of Allama Muhammad Iqbal during his graduation. The small place where Allama Iqbal used to sit in Bazar Hakiman for his studies and meetings with his colleagues is still there. This gate is also known for the wrestlers who came out from here and made a big splash in the subcontinent.