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My favourite place is Lalbagh Fort in Bangladesh.I like the place because there are many beautiful flowering trees here. I often go here with my father to exercise. I like to climb the high mountain here.I have highlighted other patterns or signs of Lalbagh fort here.....
Lalbagh Fort (Aurangabad Kella) is an unfinished Mughal fort located on the banks of the river Buriganga in the southwest of Dhaka.Its construction began in 1678 by the Mughal subahdar Muhammad Azam Shah, who was the son of Emperor Aurangzeb.His successor, Mughal subahdar Shayesta Khan, resumed construction in 180, but did not finish.Some special parts of lalbagh fort are here.....
Hammam Khana was originally used as the residence of the subahdars. This building of Lalbagh fort was used for two purposes.1. Hammam Khana (as a building) 2. The One court (as a court). The lower floor of this building was the Hammam Khana and the upper floor was the Court . Shayesta Khan lived in this building and this was his court. From here he conducted all judicial proceedings.
Tomb of Pari Bibi
Pari Bibi whose other name was Iran Dukhat Rahmat Banu was the daughter of Shayesta Khan.Pari Bibi got married on 3 May 1668 to Prince Muhammad Azam, the son of the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. Pari Bibi died prematurely in 1684. The structure of Pari Bibi's shrine is quadrangular. The nine rooms are decorated with glazed tiles adorned with marble stones, kasti stones and flower-leaves of different colors.
Three Domed Fort Mosque (Shahi Mosque)
Prince Azam, the third son of Emperor Aurangzeb, built this mosque in 1678-1679 while he was the subaddar of Bengal. The rectangular (19.19 m: × 9.84 m) three-domed mosque is a perfect example of the traditional Mughal mosques in the country. The mosque is still used for the prayers of the worshipers.
A square water tank (45 m on each side) is placed to the east of Dewan-i-Amer. There are four corner stairs to get down to the tank.
Shayesta Khan's residence and Durbar Hall are now open to visitors as the Lalbagh Fort Museum.
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