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    • Among his accomplishments were Agra Fort, the fort-city of Fatehpur Sikri, and the Buland Darwaza.Mughal architecture-Wikipedia
    • The Buland Darwaza and the Tomb of Salim Chishti are also a part of the mosque complex.Jama Mosque, Fatehpur Sikri-Wikipedia
    • The Buland Darwaza was built in honor of his successful campaign in Gujarat, when the city came to be known as Fatehpur Sikri - "The City of Victory".Fatehpur Sikri-Wikipedia
    • Having established his authority over Gujarat, Akbar returned to Fatehpur Sikiri, where he built the Buland Darwaza to commemorate his victories, but a rebellion by Afghan nobles supported by the Rajput ruler of Idar, and the renewed intrigues of the Mirzas forced his return to Gujarat.Akbar-Wikipedia
    • Akbar built Buland Darwaza at Fatehpur Sikri in 1575 to commemorate his victory over Gujarat.Akbar's conquest of Gujarat-Wikipedia
    • The sight that most fascinated boys of my age group was that families brought their dear ones that had gone insane, some of them so mad that they had to be kept in strong chains tied to the historical Imli tree just a few yards away from the Buland Darwaza.Hajib Shakarbar-Wikipedia

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