The Maqbara of Dalel Khan Pathan is located in the heart of the Kota city in Rajasthan. The tomb is a fine example of Mughal architectural pattern.
Structure of the Maqbara of Dalel Khan Pathan
The tomb is almost 80 feet in length and 60 feet in width and stands on a platform. The platform is almost 10 feet in height. There are two mazars inside the maqbara which are 10 feet in length and 5 feet in width. There are four small minars and four small chatris on the top of the maqbara. The chatris are 6 feet in height. The upper side of the maqbara is 20 feet in length and 20 feet in width. A mosque 20 feet in length and 40 feet in width has also been constructed in the premises during the Mughal period.
Architecture of the Maqbara of Dalel Khan Pathan
There are many symbolic things of Muslim architecture in the Maqbara of the Dalel Khan Pathan. The Maqbara as well as the mosque stand as exquisite examples of architecture of the medieval Mughal period.
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