Baradari


Baradari

A baradari, in Persian and Moghul architecture, is a building or room with 12 doors designed to allow the free draught of air through it. Persons of repute used it as a venue for formal and informal settings in hot weather.

"See also: Hazuri Bagh Baradari"

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