Amer Fort in India has such majestic palaces, halls and courtyards which leave you speechless and also makes you envious to think that people actually lived in places like this. Every nook and corners of the halls are crafted to perfection. So are these archways, which add glamour to the halls!
A picture of a Rajasthani woman in the multifold arch pattern in Amer Fort
Lotus Mahal, Hampi
The Kamal (Lotus) Mahal is a piece of architectural perfection in the shape of a lotus. And the archways inside the Mahal, is something that differentiates the Mahal from other buildings in the Royal Complex, Hampi. Designed in an Indo- Islamic style, the archways and halls were a place for the queens to spend their leisure time. A visit to Hampi is incomplete without visiting the Lotus Mahal.
Qutub Shahi Tombs
Qutub Shahi Tombs is an extremely huge complex of a number of tomb structures erected over wide acres of land. Each of the main tomb structures have corridors with arches that are perfectly aligned and does not make you leave the place without luring you to click a picture here.
A corridor in one of the least visited mosques inside the Qutub Shahi Tomb Complex
Photography is not permitted inside the Mysore palace. This could be one of the reasons that the palace interiors are always crowded. One has to experience it to know its real beauty. The halls, walls and corridors are colourful and well maintained.
A corridor inside the Mysore Palace
Juma Masjid, Ahmedabad
The Juma Masjid in Ahmedabad is an architectural marvel built in the Indo-Saracenic style by Ahmed Shah in 1424. It has huge prayer halls and pillar patterns that support it. The Masjid complex also houses corridors with eye capturing Arabic Calligraphy, which is floored with white marble.