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Takht-e-Kirmani, Bidar, Karnataka

Takht-e-Kirmani



It is very near to the Madarasa towards the fort, it is called so as it contains a couch which was associated with the saint Khalil-Ullah Kirmani. The gateway has a large arch. The main arch has four smaller arches built in its sides. The smaller arches have been arranged in two rows, one above, the other. It is noteworthy that a series of form of rudraksha Heads have been engraved along the border of the arch-head. There is a hall measuring 9.46 meters by 10.98 meters and it is divided into three apartments by arches. In the centre of this hall, the coach is placed on a wooden platform, which is well-carved and gilded in the Persian style. The local people highly rever this couch.


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