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No Sign and information boards

It is difficult to understand the history and details without proper sign and information boards... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
ykadam10
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Bengaluru, India
Restricted access is a bummer

This palace is inside the fort, abandoned and has no guard or storyteller to add to the experience... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Soumi P
via mobile
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3 weeks ago
“No Sign and information boards”
3 weeks ago
“Restricted access is a bummer”
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Near Diwan-E-Am, Bidar, India
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It is difficult to understand the history and details without proper sign and information boards. There are no guides. You can get short information from the museum if you visit if before seeing it. Open area not advised for old age and kids. Plan to...More

Thank ykadam10
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This palace is inside the fort, abandoned and has no guard or storyteller to add to the experience. The entrance was closed when I visited.

Thank Soumi P
Reviewed 12 October 2017

Near takhat mahal people will play cricket and best for playing. You can get good design architecture design of bahmani sultanate must visit place in Bidar city.

Thank Minhaj A
Reviewed 29 March 2016

Takht Mahal within the Bidar Fort is an outstanding structure which is almost damaged. Yet, you can experience it;s rich architecture. a must visit..

Thank ThirumalPatil
Reviewed 3 March 2016

The Fort is under renovation by the ASI. A guide takes around the place and shows how the 13th century Fort is still alive

Thank simham
Reviewed 11 January 2016

should have enough time to go through this very interesting portion of history.Books available in the office. Miniatures of all the portions could be seen at site. The symmetry and specially the arrange made for Vazu in mind blowing.

Thank swengly
Reviewed 23 December 2015

The ruined structure is inside the fort complex, the place was used for the coronation of the king in the Bahamani kingdom. Though the whole fort complex is a beautiful place but these small sturctures inside complete the missing lines of history and paint a...More

Thank pratteekk
Reviewed 4 December 2015

Nothing very distinctive about it. There's a dilapidated structure and thats pretty much about it. On can walk about of course when visiting the fort itself.

Thank kalravmishra
Reviewed 30 November 2015

This ruined structure is inside Bidar Old fort complex where most of the Bidar monuments are situated. On a cloudy day, the entire complex was a beauty to eyes. Although ruined, but still grand. Make sure you visit on a day you can stay out....More

Thank SatyaPrakash P
Reviewed 20 July 2015

Takht Mahal is named so because it was here that the coronation ceremonies of the Bahmani kings were held. It lies at the other end of the Fort, overlooking the western ramparts. It is now in ruined condition and access to it is not allowed,...More

Thank PankajSaxena
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