Lahore, Pakistan, was founded by Loh (Lav), the son of Lord Rama and there is a temple in Lahore fort dedicated to him. After being closed for many years, the dungeons of Lahore fort and the temple are going to be opened for public.
The temple was named after Loh, a Hindu prince, the founder of Lahore and one of the two sons of Rama, the hero of Ramayana. Kush, Rama’s second son, founded the town of Kasu (present day Kasur). The temple is located near the Alamgiri gate where the old jails of the Fort used to be. In Ziaul Haq’s regime the temple was completely closed as the dungeons were being used by the police. From 1985 the temple was opened only for visits by the Fort officials or on request. [Lahore Fort dungeons to re-open after more than a century via India Archaeology]