Garden of Behram Khan (MEGT)
Attock, Pakistan
The garden of Behram Khan is located on the Grand Trunk Road near the Indus river at Attock. Behram Khan is said to be the son of Khushal Khan Khattak, a famous poet during Aurangzeb’s reign (1658–1707). This walled garden has a baradari on the south overlooking a chahārbāgh and the Grand Trunk Road beyond. The water channels forms the basic chahārbāgh (quadripartite) layout. There is a pool in the middle of the garden.
Source: Unknown, 20th century

-Abdul Rehman, Munazzah Akhtar


The Mughal Garden: Interpretation, Conservation and Implications (Open in Zotero)

Originally published at: Rehman, Abdul, and Munazzah Akhtar. “Garden of Behram Khan.” Middle East Garden Traditions. Dumbarton Oaks, November 18, 2014. Archived at:

Attock, Pakistan
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Dates of attested life: 17th century
Date of entry of information: April 2007
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