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TALHA AEJAZ AHMED
3PD13AT031
PDACE GLB
LOCATION:
aerial entrance view of Bidar Fort
Scenic view of Bidar Fort Entrance
BIDAR
ULUGH KHAN FORT
 Earliest recorded history
says there was a
existence of a small and
strong fort traced which
was built b...
HISTORY
Built : 15TH CENTURY
BUILT BY :Ala-ud-din Bahman
of Bahmani Sultanate in 1424
MATERIALS : Granites and
lime mortar...
ENTRACE
HUGE AND SPLENDID ARCHED DOORWAY WHICH IS VERY
MONUMENTAL IS QUITE PROPORTIONATE.
ARCHED
ENTRANCE
STRUCTURE
 There are seven gates in the FORT FOR ENTRANCES. The
dominant main gate exhibits Persian style architecture. T...
Materials
 Fort is constructed chiefly in
Black stone and plastering is
done in lime mortar.
 The room were the royal
gu...
Monuments within bidar fort
1.Takht mahal
2.Solah khamba mosque
3.Diwan I Am
4.Tarkash Mahal
5.Rangeen Mahal
1.Takht Mahal
 Takht Mahal also known as the throne palace is the part of
the Bidar Fort. This particular monument was on...
2.Solah khamba mosque
From the name itself its understood that the monument is
based on sixteen distinct pillars and has a...
Interior of solah khamba mosque
Inside the mosque
HYPOSTYLE WALLS IN THE INTERIOR
RESEMBLING THE JAMA MASJID OF
KALBURGI W...
3.Diwan I Am
 It was the ceremonial focus of the Bahmani and Barid Shahi
rulers. The large rectangular court seen here on...
4.Tarkash Mahal
The Mahal lies in the west side of the Bidar fort. It was
extensively used by the rulers during the period...
5.Rangeen Mahal
Rangeen Mahal Font View
Rangeen Mahal Top View
Ceiling art, Rangeen Maha
Bahamani Tombs
Ahmed Shah Wali's Tomb
Mahmud's Wife's Tomb
Ahemed's Wife's Tomb
Mahmud Shah's Tomb
Nizam Shah's Tomb
Wall ...
Other Fascinating structures
Gagan Mahal
View of Chaukhandi
Hall at the left side of the tomb Clock of Chaubara
Madrasa of Mahmud Gawan
Madrasa of Mahmud Gawan Eastern wing of Madrasa Inside the Madrasa
Minaret at the
northern end
The...
Karez:Unknown wonder
 Ancient water supply system:One of the most unique
feature of Bidar fort is the historic Karez syst...
Karez System in Bidar.
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  1. 1. TALHA AEJAZ AHMED 3PD13AT031 PDACE GLB
  2. 2. LOCATION: aerial entrance view of Bidar Fort Scenic view of Bidar Fort Entrance BIDAR
  3. 3. ULUGH KHAN FORT  Earliest recorded history says there was a existence of a small and strong fort traced which was built by Prince Ulugh Khan in 1322, whereafter it came under the reign of the Tughlaq dynasty and they built the bidar fort.
  4. 4. HISTORY Built : 15TH CENTURY BUILT BY :Ala-ud-din Bahman of Bahmani Sultanate in 1424 MATERIALS : Granites and lime mortar TYPE : FORT Bidar Fort is situated in BIDAR city of the northern plateau of KARNATAKA, India. Sultan Alla-Ud-Din Bahman of the BAHAMANI DYNASTY shifted his capital from GULBARGA to BIDAR in 1427 and built his fort along with a number of ISLAMIC monuments.
  5. 5. ENTRACE HUGE AND SPLENDID ARCHED DOORWAY WHICH IS VERY MONUMENTAL IS QUITE PROPORTIONATE. ARCHED ENTRANCE
  6. 6. STRUCTURE  There are seven gates in the FORT FOR ENTRANCES. The dominant main gate exhibits Persian style architecture. The ‘Gumbad Darwaza’ depicts arches with different sizes. Gumbad The main entrance
  7. 7. Materials  Fort is constructed chiefly in Black stone and plastering is done in lime mortar.  The room were the royal guests and other important audience of the kingdom were addressed has big domes which are tinted with tiles and granite.  Some structures has the work of colourful mosaic tiles the beauty of which increases with the sunrise.
  8. 8. Monuments within bidar fort 1.Takht mahal 2.Solah khamba mosque 3.Diwan I Am 4.Tarkash Mahal 5.Rangeen Mahal
  9. 9. 1.Takht Mahal  Takht Mahal also known as the throne palace is the part of the Bidar Fort. This particular monument was once used by the royals of the Bidar rulers as their residence. Notably, the Mahal has its entrance in the northern side but there are small doorways in other side of the monument as well.
  10. 10. 2.Solah khamba mosque From the name itself its understood that the monument is based on sixteen distinct pillars and has an enormous structure altogether. The domes, arches and the columns make the monument one of the largest mosque in the country. A large well situated behind the southern wall of the mosque is a major attraction Solah khamba mosque
  11. 11. Interior of solah khamba mosque Inside the mosque HYPOSTYLE WALLS IN THE INTERIOR RESEMBLING THE JAMA MASJID OF KALBURGI WHCH IS AGAIN BUILT BY BAHAMANI KINGDOM Member
  12. 12. 3.Diwan I Am  It was the ceremonial focus of the Bahmani and Barid Shahi rulers. The large rectangular court seen here once had timber columns of which only the granite bases are remaining. And have tilework and geometric floor-patterns. Diwan I Am
  13. 13. 4.Tarkash Mahal The Mahal lies in the west side of the Bidar fort. It was extensively used by the rulers during the period to address private audience of the kingdom.The Mahal has a durbar hall were various ceremonies and important functions of the Kings of Bidar had taken place. The mahal was influenced from the Indo- Islamic style. The Mahal had a hot water swimming pool which was carved with granite materials from all sides. The floral patterns on the walls depict the texture of the Hindu architecture.
  14. 14. 5.Rangeen Mahal Rangeen Mahal Font View Rangeen Mahal Top View Ceiling art, Rangeen Maha
  15. 15. Bahamani Tombs Ahmed Shah Wali's Tomb Mahmud's Wife's Tomb Ahemed's Wife's Tomb Mahmud Shah's Tomb Nizam Shah's Tomb Wall of Tomb
  16. 16. Other Fascinating structures Gagan Mahal View of Chaukhandi Hall at the left side of the tomb Clock of Chaubara
  17. 17. Madrasa of Mahmud Gawan Madrasa of Mahmud Gawan Eastern wing of Madrasa Inside the Madrasa Minaret at the northern end The building has a high basement, but to make the approach convenient, two terraces have been built in front. Beyond the entrance was a portico, square at the base. The roof of the portico probably had a dome structure similar to those above the roofs of the semi octagonal projections that you see one three sides.
  18. 18. Karez:Unknown wonder  Ancient water supply system:One of the most unique feature of Bidar fort is the historic Karez system which is a water harnessing technology that originated in Iran/Persia.The Karez is found in 38 countries worldwide. Karez is nothing but the underground canals, built to underground water streams which are meant to provide drinking water to civilian settlements and found inside the Bidar fort. The karez technology basically taps into the ground water sources (or natural springs) and transports it through an underground tunnel to the settlement,in the village for various uses like drinking, washing, ablution, watering livestock, and also further used for irrigating fields and gardens.
  19. 19. Karez System in Bidar.
  20. 20. Thank you 
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