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  2. 5 Amazing fact of Fatehpur Sikri
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  4. 5 Amazing fact of Agra Fort
  5. 5 Amazing fact of Tomb of Akbar
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3 Amazing fact of Tomb of Mariam-uz-zamani

Posted Date :   27 June 2020 11:28:30 PM  

1) There are some interesting aspects to the tomb, principally the ASI slab at the
entrance which proclaims the tomb to be that of Mariam Zamani, a princess
of Amber who married Akbar and later gave birth to Jahangir

2) Another interesting aspect of the tomb is that the building looks identical from the
front and back and unlike other Mughal era structures, the back entrance is not a
dummy but can actually be used.

3) Also, the grave itself is underground with a flight of steps leading to it. All in all,
whatever status Mariam Zamani may have had in her lifetime, her resting place is
now dignified.

5 Amazing fact of Fatehpur Sikri

Posted Date :   27 June 2020 11:24:50 PM  

1) Fatehpur Sikri is the first planned city in India by the Mughals.

2) According to Ralph Fitch, a 16th-century English traveler, Fatehpur Sikri was much
larger and more populous than London at that time.

3) The structure and layout of Fatehpur Sikri influenced the planning and construction
of Shahjahanabad or Old Delhi.

4) Jahangir, Akbar’s son, stayed at Fatehpur Sikri for three months in 1619, when the
region was reeling under the impact of bubonic plague.

5) After abandoning the city, Akbar visited it only once before his death.

5 Amazing fact of Taj Mahal

Posted Date :   27 June 2020 11:19:17 PM  

1) The Taj Mahal was built by a whopping 22,000 laborers, painters, stonecutters,

embroidery artists.

2) Legend has it that Emperor Shah Jahan intended to build another Taj Mahal in
black marble across the river but a war with his sons interrupted these plans.

3) Taj Mahal is a famous Indian landmark and tourist magnet, attracting more than
a 3-4 million tourists every year.

4) The materials that were used to build Taj Mahal were transported to the
construction site by a whopping 1,000 elephants.

5) Many of the precious stones on the mausoleum were ripped off from the walls
of the mausoleum by the British army during the Indian rebellion of 1857.

5 Amazing fact of Agra Fort

Posted Date :   27 June 2020 11:17:15 PM  


1) The fort is purely made of red sandstones and It was Akbar who had a dream
to make a fort with red walls and architecture made of red sandstone. He brought
exactly 4000 or more premium sandstone from Rajasthan to assemble the
fortress as he needed.

2) The Fort has a 60-degree inclined walkway on the southern gate which was
made to pour down enemies during the war.

3) The area of the fort has vital significance and 80% part of this fort is under the
control of the Indian Military and is shut for tourists. So we can imagine why the
fort was built at that time. 

4) Agra Fort was the image of intensity, quality, and flexibility of those times. The
fort is situated close to Yamuna River and the canal, till date, stays associated
with the waterway. Compelling doors around the post in its four headings made it
exceptionally incomparable of those times.

5) Today, a significant part of the fortification is structured in white marbles. It was
Shah Jahan, who had a dream for a royal residence built with pure white marbles
so he brought the white marbles from the different districts in India and Iran and
rebuilt the crucial area of the fort with white marbles. 


5 Amazing fact of Tomb of Akbar

Posted Date :   27 June 2020 11:14:59 PM  


1) Following the Timurid tradition, Akbar the Great had started to build his own tomb at
Sikandra but he died during its construction and his son Jahangir completed it in 1613

2) The Tomb of Akbar the Great is typical of Persian architecture with geometric patterns
and relatively few floral designs

3) The site is built in a perfectly symmetrical complex, with the tomb located in the centre
of a vast walled garden

4) The tomb that you will see in the chamber is a replica tomb; the original tomb is buried
underground and can only be accessed by family members

5) The best feature of the Tomb is the gateway which features more than 20 panels inlaid
with intricate geometric patterns