Tour To Bijapur Ibrahim
Ibrahim Roza Bijapur is one of the many attractions that lure the tourists to Bijapur . Touted as the Agra of the South,
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Bijapur is dotted with numerous gems that date back to the 15 th to 17 th century and are brilliant specimens of Muslim architecture. One such exquisite instance is the Ibrahim Roza.
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The construction of Ibrahim-Roza Bijapur is credited to Ibrahim Adil Shah II. It is counted among one of the most beautiful instances if Islamic architecture. Ibrahim Adil Shah II meant it to be a tribute to his queen Taj Sultana. If the imposing Gol Gumbaz is known for its immensity, Ibrahim-Roza Bijapur lays
more emphasis on elegance and detailing. It has minarets that shoot to a height of 24 meters and is believed to be the inspiration for the minarets of the Taj Mahal. There are few m onuments in Bijapur that flaunts stone filigree in a way Ibrahim Roza does. It also has substantial sculpturally decorative work. Ibrahim Roza Bijapur is the place where the king, his queen, his daughter, two sons and his mother Haji Badi Sahiba have been buried Monuments in Karnataka.
Bijapur has many historical remnants strewn about. This place is well worth a visit and once you are in Bijapur, it will not be a judicious idea to skip a single monument that has an austere grace about them and provide you an insight into the Muslim architecture of the time.
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But little prepared me for the sheer beauty of the Ibrahim Roza. Scorched by sunlight and surrounded by parched parks, the minarets and domes of the twin burial tombs of this astoundingly beautiful building summarise everything that is aesthetically emotive about Islamic architecture.
Perfect domes are topped with crescent moons, surrounded on four corners by symmetrical minarets that manage to combine structural simplicity with intricate stonework; doorways with the distinctive pointed arch lead into cool high-ceilinged chambers.
In Bijapur there is a beautiful tomb that had been erected by Ibrahim Roza. It is a splendid structure and consists of interconnected buildings. They are richly decorated with wall décor and wall hangings that belong to the age of the ancient times in which the great king and warrior named Adil Shah II lived.
But this tomb has undergone damage and destruction being exposed for a long time; it has also undergone plunders by the Mughal rulers such as Aurangzeb. It is supposed that the fort has been the main source of inspiration for the erection of the Taj Mahal and the moonlit Taj Mahal is the unique example of the Indian architecture and craftsmanship.
sheltering the tombs from the outside world and cutting off almost all trace of the bustle of the world outside; covered walkways around the perimeters of the buildings provide a contemplative environment for a relaxing read or (if you really want to be a local).
A quick snooze; and all the time there's a background vibration of history Monuments in Karnataka, long marches, religious wars, scimitars, sultans and Persian love stories.