Friday, 15 March 2013

Adam Khan Tomb

The tomb belongs to the Lodi period. To the east side of the tomb there are remains of a rubble wall. The tomb is a square plan and it has arched opening except the western side, which has recessed Mihrab (a niche in the wall, at the nearest point to Mecca)

Some Interesting Facts!!

1) The interior wall and domes are embellished with geometrical deigns and Quranic inscription incised in plaster.

2) Externally, the notable features are the decorative battlements/Kanguras at the palate and drum level, minarets and ornamental medallions etc.

3) There are also trenches and gazed tiles on the base of the lotus crest and Kanguras      

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