Zafar Mahal, Red Fort

The Zafar Mahal lies in the Hayat Bakhsh Bagh between the two pavilions, Sawan and Bhadon. This structure was constructed during the reign of Bahadur Shah II in 1842 and named after him. This pavilion stands in the middle of a pre-existing water tank. It is made out of red sandstone, which was cheaper than white marble. Originally a red sandstone bridge led into the pavilion, which was probably lost after the Rebellion of 1857. After the occupation in 1857, the tank was used for a while as a swimming pool by the British troops that lived in the barracks built for them seen in the background

Zafar Mahal, Red Fort
Anamit Sen
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1000 x 667 20 USD
3000 x 2000 39 USD
3312 x 2208 53 USD
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