Yamuna River Development Authority



Baradari is an arched hall having seven bays from north to south and three bays deep belongs to Tughlaq period (14th Century) located in the centre of the residential colony. Over past many years the monument was covered with micro vegetation growth. It was conserved during the year 2001 after exposing the plinth and attended to other conservational measures like edging the ancient plaster, pointing deep joints of the stone masonary with suitable mortar and water tightening of the roof. Traces of broken stone chhajja are found over these arched openings on the eastern façade which was replaced. The surface of the monument was thoroughly cleaned after removing micro vegetation. Suitable grill boundary was provided all around the monument.

Baradari Before Conservation Baradari After Conservation

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