Amar Singh Gate ‘Lahore Gate’, Agra Fort, Uttar Pradesh, India - Stock image

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'Originally known as the 'Akbar Darwaza', the southern southern gateway of Agra fort was renamed the Amar Singh Gate (or Amar Singh Polaa) by Shah Jahan in honour of Rao Amar Singh of Jodhpur. The gate, which is also known as the aELahore Gateaahas a drawbridge over the moat and a high ramp paved with bricks. There are two octagonal towers on either side of the entrance and the panels in the lower portions are decorated with glazed tiles of yellow, green, blue and white. The bastions are crowned by chhatri with a domed cupola and an inverted lotus. Agra fort, which was built by the Mughal emperor Akbar between 1565 and 1573, occupies a bend in the Yamuna River some 2 kilometres from the Taj Mahal.'
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