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The Panch Mahal or The Wind Catcher Tower at Fatehpur Sikri, which dates to 1551. Located near the zenana it is believed to have been constructed for relaxation. The building uses design elements from Buddhist temples and is entirely culumnar. Music concerts and entertainments were lively to have been held there.

The Panch Mahal or The Wind Catcher Tower at Fatehpur Sikri, which dates to 1551. Located near the zenana it is believed to have been constructed for relaxation. The building uses design elements from Buddhist temples and is entirely culumnar. Music concerts and entertainments were lively to have been held there.

David and Sue  are just back from 4 weeks in India touring world heritage sites in Mumbai, Vasai, Delhi (Old and New), Agra, Fatehpur Sikri, Jaipur and Udaipur. We are looking forward to continue the love affair and exploration of India's heritage After years of addiction to Indian literature, think Rushdie, Seth, Naipaul, Mistry and Roy it was an absolute delight to experience the country and the people in reality. There aren't enough superlatives to express the technical and aesthetic achievements and cultural history of the sites that the Indian Archaeological Survey grapple with 24/7.

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