Category:Lalbagh Kella (Lalbagh Fort)

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English: Lalbagh Fort (লালবাগ কেল্লা), right in the middle of Old Dhaka, Bangladesh, was established in the 17th century by the Mughal Subehdar (সুবেদার = governor) Shayesta Khan (শায়েস্তা খাঁ) by the banks of the Buriganga (বুড়িগঙ্গা) River.
  • It was a bastion of Mughal soldiers to operate against frequent rebellions across Bengal.
  • During the 1857 Sepoy Rebellion (সিপাহী বিদ্রোহ), the first Indian uprising against the British, Indian soldiers in this fort rebelled as well.
  • It's now restored and preserved as a museum and gardens.
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This is a category about a monument in Bangladesh identified by the ID
Lalbagh Fort 
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Mughal Architecture
Instance of fort
Location Dhaka, India
Authority control

23° 43′ 07.52″ N, 90° 23′ 17.13″ E

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