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Gulab Bari, Ayodhya Overview

Also known as the Garden of Roses, the Gulab Bari is situated in Vaidehi Nagar. It is the tomb of the third Nawab of Faizabad (Oudh or Awadh), Nawab Shuja-ud-Daula and his parents.

The 18th-century structure of the Gulab Bari brings out pure Nawab-styled architecture alongside a vast array of rose species in addition to fountains and lush greenery. Listed under the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains Act, Gulab Bari is currently preserved as a part of national heritage.

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Legend of Gulab Bari

Built by Nawab Shuja-ud-Daula himself, Gulab Bari is part of the other magnificent architecture that the Nawabs brought in during the time. The tomb of his wife, Bahu Begum and her house, popularly known as Moti Mahal are some of the remnants of the unparalleled Nawabi architecture. Erected right at the centre of the Charbagh Garden, this two-storied tombstone bracketed by endless lines of colourful roses hosts two entries. 

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