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The history of this gateway is quite interesting and once you get to know that and visit it, suddenly the value of it increase quite a lot. “Just think, how an emperor might have cut complete mountain to enter into the city?”
Situated to the South of Chanderi, the Kati Ghati was built after cutting the solid rock in length.
It was excavated by Jiman Khan in 1490 AD during the reign of Ghiyasuddin Shah of Mandu.
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The Kati Ghati is an impressive gateway that was cut overnight out of an existing rock upon the orders of Chanderi's governor Sher Khan's son Jiman Khan. About 30 feet high and 85 feet wide, it forms an entry into Chanderi from Malwa and Bundelkhand
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Kati Ghati gateway is a different kind of attraction in Chanderi. It is a simple archway, which is naturally cut out of the mountain with no additional stones added to it. It is said that Babur ordered it to be built in just one day...More