Bhadra Fort, a citadel in the old city of Ahmedabad, was commissioned by Sultan Ahmad Shah I during his reign in Gujarat. Built in 1411, the Bhadra Fort is known for its well-carved royal palaces, majestic mosques, massive gates and enormous open space.
The red stone fort of Islamic Architecture, with its intricate latticework, arches and balconies, is a witness to the glorious time of the kings and queens of Ahmedabad.
Grab a copy of the hand sketched illustration of Bhadra Fort, a testimony of cultural and historical integration of the old walled city of Ahmedabad with the modern urban fabric. Available in multiple sizes and framing options, get your print customised today.
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