Bhadra Fort was constructed by Sultan Ahmad Shah in 1411 A.D. This royal fort contains a Bhadrakali Temple, which is dedicated to the Hindu Goddess 'Bhadrakali'. Today, this fort serves as the venue for conducting flag hoisting ceremony on Independence Day and Republic day. Spread over an area of 44 acres, this fort includes a garden along with a grand pavilion. Known for its architecture around the world, this fort features carved arches and balconies and windows with aesthetic Jali works. Presently, the fort houses several government offices like Archaeological Survey of India. One of the highlights of the fort that attracts tourists is the statue of the first industrialist of the city. Sidi Sayed Mosque, which is located within the complex of this fort, is another highlight of the fort. On the eastern side of the fort, tourists can also see Teen Darwaja. This gateway serves as an entrance to the Royal Square of the fort. Inside the palace, visitors can see the rooms of the kings, the dungeons where the prisoners were kept and the royal court. From the roof of the fort, visitors can view the streets, which surround the palace.
Court Rd, Bhadra, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380001, India
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