Lalbagh Fort/Kella – A Great Sign of Mughal Empire

Lalbagh Fort or Kella is the best specimen of Meghal Empire in Bangladesh. Formerly, it was known as Aurangabad Fort. A huge number of visitors come to this spot to see it.


Lalbagh Fort or Kella is situated at the south-western part of old Dhaka city. The fort is at the northern bank of the river Buriganga. The main purpose of building this fort was to make a defensive Mughal structure.

The whole fort consists of a number of splendid monuments. It is surrounded by attractive gardens. It includes mosque, mausoleum of the daughter of Shaista Khan named Pari Bibi, audience hall and hammam.

Lalbagh Fort/Kella - A great sign of Mughal Empire
Lalbagh Fort/Kella - A great sign of Mughal Empire

Lalbagh Fort/Kella - A great sign of Mughal Empire

 

Lalbagh Fort/Kella - A great sign of Mughal Empire
 
Lalbagh Fort/Kella - A great sign of Mughal Empire
 
Lalbagh Fort/Kella - A great sign of Mughal Empire
 
Lalbagh Fort/Kella - A great sign of Mughal Empire

The Lalbagh Fort or Kella expresses the unfulfilled dream of a Mughal Heir. It is a great symbol of mediaval Mughal Empire. 

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