On her demise he usurped her kingdom and built up his capital at Jagdishpur and named it Islam Nagar. Once in control, it was simple for him to set up his power by appointing development of a Fort and castles.
The lost greatness of this thriving city can be still found in the outlines of its structures of past. For instance, Chaman Mahal or Garden Palace is a stunner in red sandstone. It is set in the midst of lovely greenhouses with wellsprings. Quick coolness immerses you as you enter this unblemished garden. The Palace has dazzling sections and curves decorated with botanical themes.
The Mahal is reminiscent of Mughal royal residences. Graced by an extensive baradari, numerous specialties the royal residence is a joy. There is a hamam or illustrious shower and even a Sheesh Mahal or Palace of mirrors. Move into the Rani Mahal, the castle for ruler’s and you get a thought of the rich way of life that these regal women drove.
Scattered around are the weather beaten structures worked by the Gond rulers. The more up to date castles look unblemished in reference to the falling Gond Palace. This is a legacy that will probably be reestablished one day. All things considered, this is the trust.:- ) We would prefer not to see this a portion of our history vanish. Dost Mohammed move to Bhopal, made it his capital letting Islam Nagar slip into vestiges.