Azam Khan Sarai is one of the grand royal palaces inside the Bhadra Fort compound. It was built by Azam Khan in 1637 and was designed initially as his home. Later it was used as a resting place for travellers during the Mughal era and as a hospital and prison during the British Raj.
The black and white photo print of Azam Khan Sarai captures the 5.9m high central entrance leading to the octagonal hall behind it. Grab a copy of this aesthetic architectural marvel which paved the way for Mughal Architecture’s introduction in Ahmedabad. Available in multiple sizes and framing options, you can get in touch with us to get your piece customised.
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