There is a gate situated in the middle of the wall which is in the way of the Yamuna river. This gate is called the Water Gate. During the time of the Mughals, flowing waters of the river used to touch the walls of the fort. This gate was the entrance door of the bathing room and was used by the Harem ladies and maids. This gate is now closed.

water gate

After going through the Amar Singh Gate we walk over a ramp and enter the Great Courtyard. On the right hand sight, there’s the many pillared Diwan-i-Am (Hall of Public Audience). It is really amazing that those people who did not have the precision of technology could do such geometrical works so perfectly, that every thing was symmetrical and aligned.

Hall of Public Audience