Hiran Minar is a historical site located in Sheikhupura District, Punjab, Pakistan. It was built in the early 17th century by Emperor Jahangir in memory of his beloved pet deer, Mansraj. The site is named after Hiran, which is the Urdu word for deer, and Minar, which means tower.
The main attraction of Hiran Minar is its towering structure, which stands at a height of 100 feet and is adorned with numerous decorative features such as small minarets, alcoves, and geometric patterns. The tower is surrounded by a large water tank, which is believed to have been used for the hunting of wild animals.
The site also includes a number of other structures, including a mosque, a pavilion, and a royal bath. There are also several tombs of notable individuals located on the site, including those of Emperor Jahangir’s wife, Nur Jahan, and his son, Shah Jahan.