|Masjid of the Ibrahim Rouza|
Ibrahim Rouza is an exquisite mausoleum of the highly respected Sultan Ibrahim Adil Shah II (built around 1630). In fact most of the Adil Shahi royals were patrons of a hybrid and eclectic culture, literature and architecture, drawing from multiple inspirations ranging from middle eastern to local Deccani styles. In fact the kingdom benefited from the very liberal and mutually respectful attitude of followers of both the major religions (Hindus and Muslims) towards one another, to the extent that court culture and common public both enjoyed goodwill and harmony. We must remember this culture when we see the Ibrahim Rouza.
The ASI website describes the Ibrahim Rauza thus:
|Ibrahim Rouza Tomb|