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Mehtar Mahal



Mehtar Mahal, which literally mean a 'Sweeper's Palace', is situated just a kilometer from Bijapur, in Karnataka. This ornamental gateway leading to a mosque and a garden is a fine example of the Indo-Saracenic style of architecture. It was built by a sweeper Ibrahim Adil Shah.

Mehtar Mahal is embellished with a profusion of carvings in the form of stone brackets supporting the balconies and stone trellis work in Hindu style. The stone brackets are exquisitely garnished with carved birds and rows of swans.



Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Bijapur
Location: Bijapur

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