Tile mosaic from enchanting facade wall city Lahore.
The huge picture wall of Lahore fort is decorated with vibrant patterns of glazed tiles and mosaics frescos. Stretching from northern and western walls of the city and this wall is approximately 1450 feet with 116 panels that interprets multitude subjects like elephants fights ,angels and polo games.
Many of the tile mosaic scenes displayed on the picture wall illustrate the court life of the Mughal pastimes and sports.One of the panels shows four horsemen playing noble game Chauhan,cnowadays known as polo.The favourite recreation of Mughal court was Elephant fights, which are displayed on picture wall as mosaic work.
This picture wall was first viewed in April 1899 by Dr J.Ph. Vogel, superintendent of the Archeological Survey of India. A scholar of art and archeology.