Takhat-e-Babri, Kallar Kahar, Chakwal


Kallar Kahar, Chakwal

Archaeological Site
Protected Under: 
Antiquities Act, 1975

Takhat-e-Babri is located in Kallar Kahar, in the District Chakwal. Kallar Kahar is  located 25 kilometers southwest of Chakwal city along the motorway. Takht-e-Babri is a small table land cut from limestone formation and adjusted into a stage platform which is located in the fruit garden from where the Mughal King Babar used to view lake and addresses his army. It is commonly known that indian great Mughal Emperor Babar, while passing by the area of Kallar Kahar stayed here in 1519 AD”. The historical site of Kallar Kahar was 500 years old, he likes this place and decided to stay here.
Takht-e-Babri was a large boulder of limestone which was dressed and converted in to throne by the order of King Babar. This is very famous site of the area and number of people visits the Takht daily.