Muhammad Bin Tughlaq who is well-known for his outrageous “Farman” (Royal Decree) was the founder of the 4th city of Delhi, which he named as “Jahanpanah” (Refuge of the World). A genius who was much ahead of his time, he sadly gained more notoriety for his tantrums, brutality of measures and severity of punishments.
While you walk through this citadel of the 4th city of Delhi, you will trace the ramp through which the royal elephant used to take Muhammad Bin Tughlaq to the top of the citadel where the sultan used to inspect his troops and the vanished hall of thousand pillars, “Qasr-e-Hazar Sutun”. We will also help you uncover the stories behind the mysterious pits and learn about some typical “Tughlaq architectural” features while making you understand the inspirations behind Tughlaq’s ingenious ideas. Finally, we will visit the Jami Mosque of the 4th city of Delhi which was once the regarded as the most beautiful mosque of the world but now lies desolate and deserted.
Biay Mandal, Begumpuri Mosque
History, Architecture and Story enthusiasts!
Essex Farms entrance gate
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