The Bijay Mandal fort was built in the 14th century by Allauddin Khilji and Muhammad bin Tughlaq as part of Jahanpanah, the 4th city of Delhi

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Bijay Mandal, New Delhi

The Bijay Mandal fort was built in the 14th century by Allauddin Khilji and Muhammad bin Tughlaq as part of Jahanpanah, the 4th city of Delhi.

The Bijay Mandal fort was built in the 14th century by Allauddin Khilji and Muhammad bin Tughlaq as part of Jahanpanah, the 4th city of Delhi. Built on a raised platform, it is believed to have housed the now destroyed Hazar Sutan Palace. A ramp leads to an octagonal pavilion that offers great views of the city. On the northern side lies the shrine of Sufi saint Sheikh Hasan Tahir.


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About Bijay Mandal

 E_12, Block 4, Sarvapriya Vihar, New Delhi, Delhi 110016, India

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