Buland Darwaza is also known as “GATE OF VICTORY” was built-in 1601 A.D. by Mughal ruler Akbar to mark his victory over Gujrat. This monument is the main entrance to the Jama Masjid at Fatehpur Sikri, which is almost 43 km from Agra. It is a classic example of Mughal architecture, made up of red and buff sandstone which looks more attractive by white and black marble which is kept higher than the courtyard of the mosque. The total height of the monument is about 54 meters above ground level.
19-10-2019: Buland Darwaza A postage stamp on Historical Gates of Indian Forts and Monuments
The encrypted part of the Buland Darwaza throws light on Mughal Emperor’s religious tolerance and broad-mindedness. Although Buland Darwaza is semi-octagonal in plan and has high topped pillars and chhatris.
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