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Excavations in 1959 in front of Diwan-i-Am led to the discovery of a gold coin dated 1025 CE belonging to Mahmud of Ghazvani.The coin was unearthed at the depth of 25 feet (7.6 m) from the lawn.The fort is divided into two sections: first the administrative section, which is well connected with main entrances, and includes gardens and Diwan-e-Khas for royal audiences.
The Minar-e-Pakistan and Iqbal Park are adjacent to the northern boundary of the fort.
The floor of the British, Sikh and Mughal periods were constructed with bricks, burnt bricks and pebbles respectively.
The latter either built during Jahangir's or Shah Jahan's era was the hallmark of Mughals.
While the mosque likely served as a Friday congregational mosque for members of the Royal Court, it was not financed by Jahangir, although it likely required his approval.
Shah Jahan's Shah Burj forms a quadrangle with the famous Sheesh Mahal, and Naulakha Pavilion.