The Palace Of Jodha BaiCurrently Closed
- Address: Fatehpur Sikri, Uttar Pradesh, India
- Timings: 06:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Landmark, Historical Site, Palace, Family And Kids
The Palace Of Jodha Bai - Review
This is the residence of royal queen Jodha Bai and the wife of Mughal emporer Akbar. Being the largest and most important part of the imperial harem- queen’s residence, it has all the provisions for a comfortable and lavish stay for the Queen Jodha Bai.
It consists of a rectangular block with a single magnificent gateway on the eastern side. The decoration is in classic Hindu style as the Queen Jodha was a Hindu.
Hindu motifs like hams (swan), parrot, elephants, lotus, srivatsa mark, ghant mala etc are decorated in the interior. The colonnaded dalan contains curvilinear square pillars with beautiful moldings and extremely graceful brackets. The western suite, which serves the purpose of temple, contains beautiful curvilinear pillars with brackets. This suite contains vedikas and several Hindu motifs. The super structure of the building is comprises of chhatris, chhaparkhats with eight pillars, semi circular domes and triangular khaprel roofs, The corner domes and khaprel roofs bears traces of arabesque designs in glazed tiles.
The Palace Of Jodha Bai Information
- Guides are available.
The Palace Of Jodha Bai Ticket Prices
- A joint ticket of INR 260 should be taken for all the attractions around Fatehpur Sikri.
- Children have a concession in the ticket fee.
- Video shooting & photography has separate charges.
How To reach The Palace Of Jodha Bai by Public Transport
- You can get there by taxis or private vehicles.
Restaurants Near The Palace Of Jodha Bai
- Sher-E-Punjab- Paneer and naan
- The local eateries serving authentic Indian flavoured chicken and meat, Non Khatai- a local sweet
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95% of people who visit Fatehpur Sikri include The Palace Of Jodha Bai in their plan
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People usually take around 1 Hr to see The Palace Of Jodha Bai
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The Palace Of Jodha Bai, Fatehpur Sikri Reviews
Yaaa it's a good place to visit and get to know about the historical monuments as this place is totally amazing for the people who love to see old monument buildings this palace is so huge that it will easily take 3-4 hours in just watching the Beauty of the walls and the worst part of this place is inside buildings there is a drastic smell which can easily vomit you seriously just go and see its beauty from outside do not go inside buildings as there is so bad smell I can't tell you and during morning hours this place is almost free of peoples and you can have full enjoyment here at a price of 40₹ per person as the ticket cost 40₹ per person here
One of the most beautiful places to see in fatehpur sikri and also in Agra. The place is spacious and with good architecture. We hired a guide and he explained us everything in English.. He was too good and while he was narrating I had these scenes in my head of how Jodha lived here. We can literally depict her lifestyle, her daily routines.. Where she cooked, prayed and of course other things associated with her. Take a guide if you are a history lover and if you come here not only for entertainment or sightseeing but also for your knowledge.
Very beautiful architecture in Fatehpur Sikri. It is designed with such a skill that natural air passes through each corner of the building with cool effect in summer and little warmer in winters. Worth to visit by everyone if interested in tourism and architecture.
You feel the heritage of the kings and queens when inside these beautiful palaces. The very idea of being able to see the fortress of Akbar's most beloved companion makes you feel good. The rooms inside the palaces have a pungent smell which can give you a idea of how the queens would have lived their lives. You can imagine how different brides of Akbar would have walked on the floors on which standing.