With this theme, I would like to introduce you all to a beautiful place posting a series of pictures below, this is a place where I spent hours admiring the beauty of ancient architecture. Luckily I could click few amazing pictures of this charming place, have a look at them.
This is the tomb of Ibrahim Adil Shah II (ruled 1580-1627), the fifth king of the dynasty and known for religious tolerance, built on a single rock bed. Exceptionally conceived and finely decorated, it is one of the supreme achievements of the Adil Shahis. Designed by a Persian architect, Malik Sandal, the tomb and a mosque are set in a walled garden facing each other over an ornamental pond. Graceful minarets mark the corners of each building, surmounted by a dome rising from a lotus petal base. It is said that the design for the Ibrahim Rauza served as an inspiration for that of the famous Taj Mahal.
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