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MUSAMMAN BURJ AND DIWAN-I KHAS

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June 30, 1858
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Humayun II 1857-1877

MUSAMMAN BURJ AND DIWAN-I KHAS

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Fig. 41: MUSAMMAN BURJ AND DIWAN-I KHAS, photograph by John Murray, 1858. The two jharokhas inserted by Akbar II into the Musamman Burj and the passage from the khwabgah to the Rang Mahal are particularly prominent in this photograph as is the high gabled tent over the Khwabgah in the courtyard of the Diwan-i Khas. British Library, London, Photo 52/(30)

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