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The Original 'King Size' Bed?

Khwabgah is one of the many buildings situated within the Fatehpur Sikri Fort. Known as the Dream... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
smoboz
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Dream Palace

One of the most beautiful palace in Fatehpur Sikri. Red sandstone built dream palace was used as a... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
tripsmaker
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Khwabgah is one of the many buildings situated within the Fatehpur Sikri Fort. Known as the Dream Palace, built using red sandstone, the palace was constructed for the great Mughal King Akbar and was attached to the Daftar Khana (office) of the royal complex. There...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

One of the most beautiful palace in Fatehpur Sikri. Red sandstone built dream palace was used as a passage to Daftar Khana of the royal complex. The building has several rooms, where emperor Akbar used to held official meetings. It has a small beautifully decorated...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Really unsual but beautiful area of the Fatehpur Sikri complex. Definitely recommend a guide or audio guide to be able to appreciate the history of this ghost city and understand the history of each building and area.

Thank cg2792
Reviewed September 13, 2017

Another building with gardeb in front of it. The garden is divided into four quarters as in all mughal gardens

Thank JijuMathew
Reviewed September 10, 2017

An architectural delight. You need to spend some time in here and need to feel this place. Carry a camera as this is a huge place and you def will get some fascinating clicks.

Thank Jay S
Reviewed August 21, 2017

this is d place of king akbar he was small in height small this is called khwabagh because it was his room make it cool water was there in down and his bed was above the room had 3 gates 1 for his muslim wife...More

Thank mayankgupta26
Reviewed August 3, 2017

The Princess and the Pea would have trouble sleeping on this bed, it's stone! Ha ha. It's amazing to see the private chambers as they were built and that they have been so well preserved.

Thank snowythepyro
Reviewed May 6, 2017

This was the emperors private sleeping chamber and is a really lovely part of the complex overlooking the pools outside. The emperor's bed was huge and apparently has an ingenious ventilation shaft built inside to keep him cool - fabulous to say the place is...More

1  Thank cazbatt
Reviewed April 21, 2017

Khwab is Hindi word and it means Dream. So you can mean it! Khwabgah is Private & Sleeping Arena of Emperor Akbar. While visiting you can illustrate the bigness of it along with the activity. There is pool where Singers and Musicians were playing the...More

Thank Shushom
Reviewed April 15, 2017 via mobile

This is the palace where Akbar actually lived. It's a two storeyed structure which has Akbar's bed room, library etc. Two notable things here are the height of the entry to the palace which is quite low. Akbar was only 5'2" tall and hence the...More

Thank Rajani B
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