Nahar Jharoka

To the east of the Dilawar Khan's Mosque is a square at the southern end of which are seen the ruins of a balcony called Nahar-Jharokha because of an effigy of a tiger which once supported it. It was meant apparently for the king to show himself up to his subjects, a practice which is historically found more common with the Mughal emperors and from the style of the building at its back it was very probably built during the time of Jahangir when he was staying at Mandu. Darshan-Jharokhas are found in Delhi and Agra forts also whence the Mughal kings showed themselves to their subjects every morning.
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