red stone structure. it is where Akbar's courtiers advised him on state affairs. the pillars are beautifully carved.
This is where Mughal Emperor Akbar dealt with matter of politics. The hall of specials or Diwaane Khas was where the courtiers and close aides of Emperor advised him on the state of affairs. lso referred to as the Hall of Private Audiences, it is an astonishing chamber dominated by a massive carved pillar, which supports a fantastic capital above... More
On the way to Agra visited Fatehpur Sikri. It is a World heritage Site and totally worth it. Diwan-I-khas is the meeting point for the special audience of the Rulers then. I would recommend visiting.
Wonderful building with amazing carving work done on stone. The lotus throne or central pillar will have you speechless
This is in Fatehpur Sikri fort and really a great work of architecture. You will be amazed with it's structure. This is the place where mugal emperor used to consult various things with it's ministers.
This is another red sandstone structure. This is where the Emperor met with his advisers and subjects and also gave talks from. It is a glorified meeting room and you will see something similar in other Mughal palaces which tends to also have an audience hall.
Like almost all the buildings in this magnificent complex, this is made of red sandstone, and from the outside is a square piece of typically Hindu architecture except for a cupola arising from the roof at each corner. Inside, where Akhbar met with councilors and visiting dignitaries, the moghul style predominates in the form of a wondrous central pillar supporting... More
Best in design view among the audience places of Amber Palace and others but it is small in size. The design of Minar inside the building is exceptional.
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