INTERIOR OF SAMAN BURJ AND THE SCALE OF JUSTICE.

247259-200.png
January 1, 1639
gold-medal-vector-816269_edited.png
Monissa
subject-icon-1_edited.png
Architectural and Building
Shah Jahan 1627–1658

RELATED CONTENTS

DESCRIPTION

Interior of Saman Burj and the Scale of Justice.

“The Tasbih-Khana (‘chamber for counting beads for private prayers’) consists of three rooms, behind which is the Khwabgah (‘sleeping-chamber’). On the northern screen of the former is a representation of the Scales of Justice, which are suspended over a crescent amidst stars and clouds.” ( From Archaeological Survey of India (ASI))

“The Khas Mahal was used as the emperor’s private residence. The palace was divided into three parts namely the chamber of telling beads, sitting room and sleeping chamber. The palace was decorated with white marble and floral embellishments and the ceiling was gilded.”

Rate This BookDon’t love itNot greatGoodGreatLove itRate This Book