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Sentences forAgra Fort

  • Shah Jahan recovered from his illness, but Emperor Aurangzeb put his father under house arrest in Agra Fort from July 1658 until his death in January 1666.Shah Jahan-Wikipedia
  • It can be observed from Agra Fort from where Emperor Shah Jahan gazed at it for the last eight years of his life, a prisoner of his son Aurangzeb.Agra-Wikipedia
  • Fearing advance of the mutineers to Agra, some 6000 Europeans and associated people moved into the Agra Fort for safety on 3 July.Agra-Wikipedia
  • Soon after the Taj Mahal's completion, Shah Jahan was deposed by his son Aurangzeb and put under house arrest at nearby Agra Fort.Taj Mahal-Wikipedia
  • At Agra, 160 mi from Delhi, no less than 6,000 assorted non-combatants converged on the Fort.Indian Rebellion of 1857-Wikipedia
  • It was built style of a Chehel Sotoun - a Persian style 40-pillar public audience hall, in a style similar to the Diwan-i-Aam at the Agra Fort.Lahore Fort-Wikipedia

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