The stained but richly decorated Mihtar Mahal serves as an ornamental gateway to a small mosque.
The most impressive of the remaining fragments in the Citadel is the colossal archway of Gagan Mahal, built by Ali Adil Shah I around...
Within the Citadel is the delicate Jala Manzil, once a water pavilion surrounded by secluded courts and gardens
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Asar Mahal information
Built by Mohammed Adil Shah in about 1646 to serve as a Hall of Justice, the Asar Mahal once housed two hairs from Prophet Mohammed’s beard. The rooms on the upper storey are decorated with frescoes and a square tank graces the front. It’s out of bounds for women.