Buland Darwaza is made of red and brown sandstone, decorated by white and black marble and is situated in the courtyard of the mosque. Buland Darwaza is symmetrical, and is topped by large free-standing condition that chhatri. There is also a gallery of kiosks with a rooftop terrace, a stylized targets teeth, a small, thin spires and a white-and-black marble sole. On the road, and a long flight of steps descends the hill, which is the port for extra height. It is located at an elevation of 40 metres long and 50 metres from the ground. The total height of the structure is about 54 metres from ground level. It is a 15-story gate, which acts as the southern gateway to the city of Fatehpur Sikri. The approach to the port, is composed of 42 degrees. It is semi-circular in plan, with two tiny, three-story wings on either side. At the top are three of the stands, surrounded by thirteen smaller domed kiosks. The port is surrounded by a small torentjes.De the space is punctuated by arched openings, a small chhatris, and coffee that is accentuated with the interior courtyard of the mosque, the Jama Masjid. The main arch is centered on the projection of the three sides, and is topped by a dome. The central arch is made up of three levels, with its rows of arches and a flat handle.
Just a great hotel. There were three horizontal bands of yellow, the stone is visible at the Badshahi Darwaza. Simple red sandstone walls, and is surrounded by of white marble with a flower design inlaid with white marble, on the top of the arch, as well as a flat grill, instagram, with a small panel at the top of both sides. The panel is a decorative, large, and fat, in fact, but it is small and light, looking at it from below, which is included below ?????????? onions. The two pieces have been broken off it on the left-hand side and eight on the right-hand side. The bow features three real-holes, surrounded by decorative panels and it came with three arched openings, covered by a semi-dome. The height of the gate above the pavement, it is 176 metres.
A Persian inscription on eastern archway of the Buland Darwaza tells the story of Akbar’s conquest of Uttar Pradesh and the victory in Gujarat in 1573. The inscription on the main page of the Buland Darwaza, describes Akbar’s religious organizations.