Bhadkal Gate

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Coordinates: 19°53′19″N 75°19′18″E / 19.888733°N 75.321676°E / 19.888733; 75.321676

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Bhadkal Gate is a structure in Aurangabad City in Maharashtra, India. This gate is the biggest in the city. It was built by Ahamadnagar's Murtaza Nizamshah's vajir Malik Ambar in memory of victory against the Mughals in 1612. It is also known as Victory Gate.[1][2][3]

The monument is listed under State Protected Monuments of Maharashtra as compiled by Archaeological Survey of India.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dulari Qureshi (1 January 1999). Tourism Potential in Aurangabad: With Ajanta, Ellora, Daulatabad Fort. Bharatiya Kala Prakashan. ISBN 978-81-86050-44-6.
  2. ^ Shanti Sadiq Ali (1 January 1996). The African Dispersal in the Deccan: From Medieval to Modern Times. Orient Blackswan. pp. 97–. ISBN 978-81-250-0485-1.
  3. ^ India. "Great Sagar, Besides Bhadkal Gate, Aurangabad. - Picture of Great Sagar Restaurant, Aurangabad - TripAdvisor". Tripadvisor.in. Retrieved 2015-09-26.
  4. ^ "List of Protected Monuments and Archaeological Sites in Maharashtra - Archaeological Survey of India". Asi.nic.in. Retrieved 2015-09-26.

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