Anarkali’s Tomb, which houses the Historical Records Office of the Punjab Archives Department, is a majestic example of Mughal architecture. It was built in 1615 C.E and is popularly believed to be a tribute to the great love of Emperor Jehangir, Sharf un Nisa Begum- more famously known as Anarkali. The true story about this tomb and its occupant remain shrouded in mystery although many speculative theories are regularly put forward. During the Sikh, and later the British rule in Punjab, ‘Anarkali’s Tomb’ has been put to various uses. Read More.