Forgotten Beauty of India – Part Seven On Laughter Mania Mahabat Maqbara

Forgotten Beauty of India – Part Seven

People from foreign lands have invaded India, captured India and have ruled over India for so many years, but the most common thing among all of them is that they all have left some special things for India. Be it some landmarks, be it some policies or be it all the content for me to write on. Mughal rulers were among those rulers who built a lot of landmarks and mausoleums. Imagine, had they ever thought that people will make mausoleums as picnic spots, they might not have built it. But the fate had to be as today, so I will take you to the visit of one of the most beautiful and Forgotten Beauty of India . Yes, today I will take you to a visit of Mahabat Maqbara, a historical landmark present at Junagadh. 

Forgotten Beauty of India – Part Seven On Laughter Mania Mahabat Maqbara

Mahabat Maqbara also Mausoleum of Bahaduddinbhai Hasainbhai, is a beautiful mausoleum in Junagadh, India, that was once home to the Nawabs of Junagadh. The splendid arches, many domes, and towering minarets. The architecture is detailed and opulently done. It has finely carved silver doors. Its striking art and architecture make it one of the city’s most important historical landmarks. The city of Junagadh has other 18th century mausoleums built by the Nawabs in the area around Chitkana Chowk. 

Started in 1878 by Mahabat Khanji and completed in 1892 by his successor, Bahadur Khanji, the Mahabat Maqbara houses the tombs of Mahabat Khanji and Bahauddin Maqbara of Bahaduddinbhai Hasainbhai, vazir of Nawab Rasul Khanji. Standing over the grave of Nawab Mahabat Khan II, the tomb is a mixture of Islamic, Hindu and European influences, typical of Junagadh’s royal monuments from the late 19th century.

This stunning mausoleum of Nawab Mahabat Khan II of Junagadh (1851–82) seems to bubble up into the sky. One of Gujarat’s most glorious examples of Euro-Indo-Islamic architecture, with French windows and Gothic columns, its lavish appeal is topped off by its silver inner doors.

I guess I’ve talked a lot for now. You must be excited to watch the beauty of this mausoleum. So without any further dealy I’ll let you visualize the beauty of this monument.

Forgotten Beauty of India – Part Seven On Laughter Mania Mahabat Maqbara

 

Forgotten Beauty of India – Part Seven On Laughter Mania Mahabat Maqbara

 

Forgotten Beauty of India – Part Seven On Laughter Mania Mahabat Maqbara

 

Forgotten Beauty of India – Part Seven On Laughter Mania Mahabat Maqbara

 

Forgotten Beauty of India – Part Seven On Laughter Mania Mahabat Maqbara

 

Forgotten Beauty of India – Part Seven On Laughter Mania Mahabat Maqbara

 

Forgotten Beauty of India – Part Seven On Laughter Mania Mahabat Maqbara

 

Forgotten Beauty of India – Part Seven On Laughter Mania Mahabat Maqbara

 

Forgotten Beauty of India – Part Seven On Laughter Mania Mahabat Maqbara

 

Forgotten Beauty of India – Part Seven On Laughter Mania Mahabat Maqbara

All the pictures were amazing and unique in its own. Thanks to the photographer for capturing such amazing photos. This place looks so amazing that I just can’t control my mind from thinking of going to this place. But alas, I can’t go to this place now as who will write these articles for you if I go on vacation ? So better you go to this place to chill out with your friends.

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