The Jahangir graph
is a kind of generalized wheel graph with consisting
of circular vertices and a central vertex
connected to every th
vertex around the circle.

This class of graphs is named after the figure illustrated above corresponding to which appears on the tomb of Nur-ud-din
Muhammad Salim, known by his imperial name, Jahangir. Jahangir was the fourth Mughal
Emperor who ruled from 1605-1627. His tomb is located 5 kilometer northwest of Lahore,
Pakistan along the banks of the River Ravi (Mojdeh and Ghameshlou 2007).

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