Fatehpur Sikri Palace

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The capital of the Mughal empire is now no more than a ghost town. Although its houses have disappeared, its magnificent red sandstone Mughal- and Rajput-style palaces remain: the Panch Mahal, with its 176 columns; the Palace of Jodha Bai, adorned with jharokha (balconies); and the Palace of the Turkish Sultana, flanked by a veranda. In addition to the two Diwan (audience halls), note the house of Birbal, a small palace decorated with floral motifs.

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Price:

260 ₹

Opening hours

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Fatehpur Sikri Site
Fatehpur Sikri Site
Fatehpur, the "town of victory", has a
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Hall of Private Audience (Diwan-I-Khas)
The Diwan-I Khas, or Hall of Private
Panch Mahal
Panch Mahal
The Panch Mahal (a five-storey palace),
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The palace of Jodha Bai was named after
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Fatehpur Sikri Site
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Fatehpur, the "town of victory", has a
Hall of Private Audience (Diwan-I-Khas)
Hall of Private Audience (Diwan-I-Khas)
The Diwan-I Khas, or Hall of Private
Panch Mahal
Panch Mahal
The Panch Mahal (a five-storey palace),
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Panch Mahal
Panch Mahal
The Panch Mahal (a five-storey palace),
1:30
Palace of the Turkish Sultana
Palace of the Turkish Sultana
The delightful palace of the Turkish
1:30
Jama Masjid Mosque
Jama Masjid Mosque
Wanting to get closer to Sheikh Salim
1:00
See all