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. https://www.doaks.org/resources/middle-east-garden-traditions/catalogue#b_start=0&c6=Mughal+Gardens. Archived at: https://perma.cc/9W6B-6FJT