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Rohtas Fort is a 16th-century fortress located near the city of Jhelum in the Pakistani province of Punjab. It is very beautiful inside some of the ancient forts and it looks like a fort like Pakistan. Invitational forts can be seen in many parts of Pakistan and such forts have become a lot of things in people's eyes. I hope you have an idea about this kind of accident. The fortress was built during the reign of the Pashtun king Sher Shah Suri between 1541 and 1548 in order to help subdue the rebellious tribes of the Potohar region of northern Punjab that were loyal to the Mughal crown. The fort is one of the largest and most formidable in the subcontinent. Rohtas Fort was never stormed by force, and has survived remarkably intact.The fort is known for its large defensive walls, and several monumental gateways. Rohtas Fort was inscribed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site for being an exceptional example of the Muslim military architecture of Central and South Asia.The fort lies eight kilometers south of the Grand Trunk Road. It is approximately 16 km NW of Jhelum, and is near the city of Dina.The Fort was commissioned by Sher Shah Suri, founder of the Sur Empire. The fort was designed to block the advances of Mughal emperor Humayun, who had been exiled to Persia following his defeat at the Battle of Kannauj. The fort occupies a strategic position between the mountainous region of Afghanistan and the plains of Punjab, and was intended to prevent the Mughal emperor from returning to India.The fort was also designed to suppress the local Gakhar tribes of the Potohar region. The Gakhar tribes were allies of the Mughal Empire, and refused to recognize the suzerainty of Sher Shah Suri.The origin of the fort goes back to the Sur dynasty, where emperor Sher Shah Suri ordered the court to be constructed after his victory over the Mughal emperor Humayun. Construction of the fort began . It was made primarily as a defense against the Gakkhars. Further, the construction of the nearby Attock Fort by the Emperor Akbar better served Mughal interests. Rohtas Fort, ironically, came to serve as capital of the Gakhar tribes that it had initially been designed to subdue, and was not required as a military garrison as the local Gakhar tribes remained loyal to the Mughal crown.This kind of beautiful interesting direction seems more attractive to many and it is a lot of interest.  And you might like a lot of beautiful pictures and if you like it, you must like and comment.
Many traces of Afghan rulers have been left in different places in India and Pakistan and many people feel the need to visit these places because the historical knowledge is always ingrained in the minds of the people. Nadir Shah of Persia and Afghan ruler Ahmed Shah Abdali had both camped at the fort in their expeditions in the Punjab during the waning days of the Mughal empire, the Sikh forces of Gurmukh Singh Lamba captured the fort from Gakhar chieftain Nur Khan. Rohtas was also thereafter used for administrative purposes by the Sikh ruler Ranjit Singh.The Rohtas Fort has the following 12 gates. All of them are built in ashlar stone.This small mosque known as Shahi masjid is near the Kabuli gate.The Rani Mahal Queens palace is near Haveli Man Singh. It is a one-storey structure. It originally had four rooms but only room remains standing today. The foundation of the four rooms can still be seen today.The fort was never popular with the Mughals because of its military character. Emperor Akbar stayed here for a single night. Emperor Jahangir rested here for a single night while going to Kashmir for a rest.The later Mughals seem to have made no use of the fort. The reason is that they were allies of the Gakhars and consequently needed no troops to maintain their hold over this area.Timur Shah Durrani secured Multan from the Sikhs in 1780, his forces then defeated the Sikhs at Rohtas, he then secured Bhawalpur and Kashmir.People have a feeling of knowing a lot through these kind of beautiful pictures and can also know a lot of things. People can understand different types of hugs through these kind of beautiful pictures. If you like seeing such pictures, you must like and comment and You must subscribe to my channel.
We want to get all kinds of love from him. Many people come back from many places. After seeing the Bubong places, we and those stories need to be shared with each other.  I traveled to a new state.  As for Route 66, Oklahoma is the best state since, among any other state, Oklahoma has the longest number of miles of old highway that is still operational.  The state was an Indian territory, and it was the last refuge of countries like Cuba.  A glimpse of the past is still visible with old signs hanging across the state.  Upon entering the state, the first city you will see is Copao, a city painted with murals along the walls.  Then there is the impressive Coleman Theater in Miami.  The famous "Sidewalk Highway" is also located in Miami.  By then, Oklahoma was only able to fund a single wide (2.4 m or 9 ft) lane, but surprisingly, the specified length of this road became popular with tourists, earning it the nickname.  Crossing Binita, we came across the Eastern Trails Museum centered on Native American Heritage.  The city is home to the Will Rogers Memorial Rodeo and the world's largest calf fry festival and cook-off.  Another town in Oklahoma is Cleharom, home to rope-spinner Will Rogers.  The city houses the world's largest gun collection JMM Davis Arms and Hist Historical Museum One of the top tourist attractions on Route 66’s is the blue whale sculpture, located in Katusha, northeast of Tulsa.  Created by Hugh Davis, the sculpture is 6 meters (20 feet) tall and made of metal and cement.  Tulsa has been filled with Art Deco buildings, making it a beautiful city to explore.  In Tulsa, you will find Oklahoma, one of the best markets on Mother Road Market.  This is Oklahoma’s first meal;  The place is also a place for people to gather and enjoy local food and buy unique items. The business also provides live music and has a Route 66 66 themed mini-golf course.  Again, you can try other cafes and restaurants in Tulsa, such as R Bar and Grill, Tally’s Cafe and El Rancho Grand.  A 23 meter (76 feet) tall statue in Tulsa, Golden Driller.  It was built in 1966 to commemorate and celebrate the abundance of petroleum industry in the city.  In Oklahoma City, you will find milk bottle groceries in a triangular section of land.  It was built in 1930, and the Giant Milk Bottle was added in 1948. The store sells milk from BRAC's Oklahoma-based dairy.  Before leaving the state you will pass Eric, where the main intersection is cornered to create continuity in view of all the buildings.  Texas is entering a new state, this part of the 322-kilometer (200-mile) trail looks like a pancake-flat plain.  The Texas Panhandle is an extension of the Great Plains.  The first city, Mlean, is considered to be the most provocative but very quiet city at the chcle end of the Texas route. The city also serves as the headquarters of the state's Old Route Association 66;  Thus, efforts are underway to save the city.  Examples are the restored 1929 Philips 66 gas station;  It was said that this was the first drunken station to be recovered along "Mother Road".  Downtown you can visit the Devil's Rope Museum, where you will find the most enjoyable and instructive route mem mem.  You can enjoy some barbecues at the Red River Steak House and then check in at Cactus Inn. Another famous shrine is the Cadillac Ranch, where dozens of Cadillac are planted in the ground.  It was created by San Francisco-based Ant Farm artists, under the authority of Stanley Marsh III, a millionaire from Amerillo.  Cars are often painted with graffiti but a time is given for the purpose of photoshoots.  You can also visit one of the most beautiful places in Texas, Polo Duro Canyon State Park.  It has 9 km (0 miles) of valleys and 243 m (600 ft) long mountain wall.  Adrian, Texas, considered the midpoint of U.S. Route 66.  It is known for its vintage gas stations scattered throughout the city.  One of these is the Sunflower Station, now restored in a store that sells souvenirs, souvenirs and gifts.  The owner, Frank, was the inspiration for the movie car floor character.  The cafe next to it, the Midpoint Cafe, was inspired by the floor V8 cafe in the picture.  Midpoint Cafe holds the record for being the oldest continuously operated cafe along Route 66;  Cafty Routh 66 was built in 1928, two years later  Just before we left for New Mexico, we landed on the Texas-New Mexico border in the town of Glenrio.  It got the nickname "Ghost Town".  With the closure of the old Route 66, this small town also happened.  Only two residents remained in the 1970s, and when they officially left Glenrio, they turned into a ghost town.  All that remains in the city are abandoned buildings like the Little Juarez Dinner.Entering New Mexico, the state is supposed to taste something they call their own “land of fascination”.  Route 66 runs alongside New Mexico’s historic historic areas as well as exciting topography.  Tukumkari Rou One of the most interesting city roads on Route 66 The roads are full of many neon advertising signs;  One of the most famous is "Tukumkari Tonight - 2,000 Motel Rooms". Some of the best motels in town are the Blue Grass Motel, the Motel Safari and the Historic Route Motel Motel.  Another important sign is TP Curios;  One of them has the best neon signs.  New attractions in the city are the Route 66 sculpture and the Mesaland Dinosaur Museum.  As we mentioned earlier, Tukumkari has the biggest real life inspiration for movie cars.  Below is the town of Cuero, which is almost abandoned today.  As we travel to Santa Rosa, many cafes and motor courts welcome visitors.  A favorite attraction in town is the Route 66 Auto Museum which houses thousands of classic muscle cars and motorcycles.  You can also find one of the top destinations to eat on Rou 66 route at Comet II in Santa Rosa.Albuquerque is about 29 km (18 miles) from the old route in the center of the state.  Albuquerque's position for TV series breaking bad.  The best part of the city is the Old Town, which gives a taste of the Spanish colonial past of this state.  The Kimo Theater is also one of the main landmarks of the city, proud of its Pueblo Deco style.  Albuquerque Din 66 is also known as a great place to eat and drink like dinner and Dog House Drive-in.  Kelly's Brew Pub should not be missed;  Where you can eat out along the old route is the former home of the Jones Motor Company. Arriving in Santa Fe, the capital of New Mexico, we see the historic La Fonda at the Plaza Hotel.  Santa Fe is full of historic infrastructure.  San Miguel Church is the oldest church in America, while the Governor's Palace is the oldest used public building in the country.  Before we left the state of New Mexico we tied the wind in the town of Gallup.  The city is also called the "gateway to the Indian country" as it is the nearest largest city to Navajo.  The Gallup El Rancho Hotel, a hotel built in the 1930s and now preserved and still in operation, has been named after some of the movie room stars who stayed in hotels like John Wayne and Ronald Reagan.  The city also hosts inter-tribal events in Red Rock Park.  It is considered the largest Native American gathering in the United States.  Another place to visit is Richardson's trading firm;  Built in 1913, the place is filled with handicrafts and junk products such as Navajo rags, pearl-inlaid guitars and more. Heading to Arizona and California we continue the last episode of our Route 66 journey!
Like the Taj Mahal in Agra, India, one of the oldest wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal or the second Taj Mahal of Bengal has been built in the village of Perab in the Sainargaon upazila of Narayanganj district in Bangladesh.  The Taj Mahal was built by Ahsan Ullah Moni, an industrialist and filmmaker from Narayanganj.  Construction of the Taj Mahal officially began in 2003 and was opened to the public in December 2008.  The construction of the Banglar Tajmahal bears a striking resemblance to the original Taj Mahal.  Khar has tried.  The main building of the Taj Mahal is paved with precious transparent stone.  The tombs of Ahsan Ullah Moni and his wife Razia are preserved inside the Taj Mahal in Bengal.  Like the Taj Mahal in Agra.  There are four large minarets at the four corners of the main building.  In front of the building there are water fountains, flower gardens and seating for visitors.  The Taj Mahal in Bengal has the Rajmoni Film City Studio and the Rajmoni Film City Restaurant, where any visitor can take pictures.  A replica of the Egyptian pyramid, a memorial sculpture of the Liberation War, a memorial sculpture of Indira Gandhi and Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, a 250-seat cinema hall and a seminar room have been erected near the Taj Mahal in Bengal.  The Taj Mahal is also surrounded by shops selling handicrafts, jamdani saris, earthenware and more.Schedule and ticket price The Taj Mahal in Bengal is open daily from 10 am to 6 pm.  The entrance fee to the Taj Mahal and the pyramids has to be paid together, there is no chance to see only the Taj Mahal or the pyramids.  Admission tickets cost 150 rupees per person.  How to get there The distance from Dhaka to the Taj Mahal in Bengal is only 30 kilometers.  Dhaka-Chittagong highway Comilla, Daudkandi or Sainargangami bus to Madanpur bus stand and from there you can go to see the Taj Mahal by CNG or autorickshaw for 25 to 30 rupees per person.  If you make a mistake with the 300 feet road, you can go to the Taj Mahal with an autorickshaw reserve for 80 to 100 rupees.  Besides, on the Dhaka-Sylhet highway, you can go to Bhairab, Narsingdi or Kisherganj by bus to Barpa bus stand and go to see the Taj Mahal of Bengal by CNG.  In addition to the Taj Mahal, you can also visit the nearby sights -
Raja Pahar is located in the vicinity of Kornjhora Bazar, just 14 km from the municipal town of Sreevardi in Sherpur district.  Of all the hills in the Garo Hills, the King's Mountain is the highest.  Although the features of this hill are not like the hills of Sylhet or Bandarban, in the richness of green it is no less than any other.  Although the hill is not yet well known to urban tourists, it is a popular recreation spot for locals.  Almost all the time of the year, hundreds of people come to visit the pristine environment of the King's Mountains.  Rumor has it that in ancient times there was an independent kingdom.  Whose king was extremely majestic.  Later, this hill was named after him as Raja's hill.  Besides, mango, jackfruit, litchi and banana orchards can be seen in different corners of Raja hill.  According to the locals, a long time ago, a man named Pagla Daroga went to live on the top of Raja hill.  His sons and daughters are still in the area.  They planted various orchards in the corner of the hill.  Later the local tribals also started cultivating these fruits.
 The shape of the king's mountain leaning against the sky shows that he is actually a king in the Garo range.  At the top of it are hundreds of hectares of green flat land.  The narrow path to the vast plains of its peak and the strange solitude will fascinate anyone.  Standing on the top of this hill, one can see the border areas of India including Karnajhora, Malakocha, Dighlakona, Hariakona, Chandapara, Babelakona.
 Dheufa river is flowing with the sound of gurgling through the bottom of the hill.  During the monsoon season, the Dheufa river overflows its banks.  But in winter it is thin.  However, the water of this fast flowing mountain river never decreases.  If you look at the huge shelf on its chest, it will seem as if it is an alternative beach surrounded by mountains.
 Next to the hill is the tribal town of Babelakona.  Surrounded by innumerable high hills, this unique village stands with the desolate beauty of nature.  The culture of the Garo, Hajong and Koch indigenous peoples in Babelakona has a diverse way of life.  This town seems to be a rare example of the ongoing life struggle of different indigenous communities.  The Babelakena Cultural Academy, museum, library, research department and auditorium are the centers of culture, preservation and practice of the indigenous people.  A lot can be learned about the tribals from here.
It has been operated since the time of the Mughal emperors and it will look a lot like the Taj Mahal and you may think that this place is very beautiful and rich in history. This place is located in India. It is a mausoleum called Bibi Ka Maqbara Tomb of the Lady built by Prince Azam Shah, the son of the sixth Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, in the memory of his mother, Dilras Banu Begum.According to records. This is probably another reason why Bibi Ka Maqbara is often referred to as the poor man’s Taj, Bibi Ka Maqbara draws its inspiration from the famous Taj Mahal of Agra built by none other that Prince Azam Shah’s grandfather, Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal. Azam Shah intended to build a monument that would rival the Taj Mahal. Unfortunately, he lacked the treasury his grandfather had access to, as well as the skilled labour the treasury bought, resulting in a poor copy of the latter. Even so, Bibi Ka Maqbara is an architectural wonder with intricate designs, carved motifs, imposing structure and beautifully landscaped Mughal-style garden. Due to its strong resemblance to the Taj Mahal, it is lovingly called the Taj of the Deccan, Initially Aurangzeb was not in favour of building a monument as lavish as the Taj, and he prevented its construction by blocking the movement of marble from Rajasthan and various other parts of the Mughal empire. But his son Alam Shah was determined to have a monument to his mother that might vie with the Taj. Somehow, Alam Shah prevailed upon his father who eventually relented. The length and beauty of this wall, you may like the image of this place and if you like the image and view of this beautiful environment, you must like, comment and subscribe to our channel.
Agra Fort is located in the city of Agra in India and especially in Mumbai. It is known to many and is a beautiful place that composes history.  And the interesting thing that many people like is that you might like to see the stages as soon as you come to this edge of the fort because it was a very beautiful place with a lot of beauty about its history. Agra Fort is a historical fort in the city of Agra in India. It was the main residence of the emperors of the Mughal Dynasty till 1638, when the capital was shifted from Agra to Delhi. The Agra fort World Heritage site. It is about, northwest of its more famous sister monument, the Taj Mahal. The fort can be more accurately described as a walled city.It was only during the reign of Akbar's grandson, Shah Jahan, that the site took on its current state. Shah Jahan built the beautiful Taj Mahal in the memory of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal. Unlike his grandfather, Shah Jahan tended to have buildings made from white marble.The fort was invaded and captured by the Maratha Empire in the early 18th century. Thereafter, it changed hands between the Marathas and their foes many times. After their catastrophic defeat at Third Battle of Panipat by Ahmad Shah Abdali, Marathas remained out of the region for the next decade. Finally Mahadji Shinde took the fort. It was lost by the Marathas to the British during the Second Anglo-Maratha War, The fort was the site of a battle during the Indian rebellion , which caused the end of the British East India Company's rule in India, and led to a century of direct rule of India by Britain, You may like to see these environments and views of this place. Agra is famous today as it is located in Mumbai. I hope you like it. If you like it, please like, comment and subscribe to my channel.
The Red Fort is one of the most historic places in the city of Delhi in India and has become extremely beautiful.  Today inside India because it is known as Lalkella, the fort here was red in color and it has become very popular with various visitors to the environment. Red Fort is a historic fort in the city of Delhi in India. It was the main residence of the emperors of the Mughal dynasty for nearly 200 years, It is located in the center of Delhi and houses a number of museums. In addition to accommodating the emperors and their households, it was the ceremonial and political center of the Mughal state and the setting for events critically impacting the region.Constructed by the fifth Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan as the palace of his fortified capital Shahjahanabad, the Red Fort is named for its massive enclosing walls of red sandstone and is adjacent to the older Salimgarh Fort, built by Islam Shah Suri. The Red Fort’s innovative architectural style, including its garden design, influenced later buildings and gardens in Delhi, Rajasthan, Punjab, Kashmir, Braj, Rohilkhand and elsewhere.The fort was plundered of its artwork and jewels during Nadir Shah's invasion of the Mughal Empire. Most of the fort's precious marble structures were subsequently destroyed by the British following the Revolt .The Red Fort was also the site where the British put the last Mughal Emperor on trial before exiling him to Rangoon. You might also like to see the places and scenes and if you like this beautiful image and view, please like and comment.