Located just north of Sundarwala Mahal, this Mughal period arched platform is a significant architectural structure and was also recommended to be protected by the ASI by Zafar Hasan in the 1920’s. However, since being recorded by INTACH in the year 2000, the mosque has suffered tremendous damage and large-scale collapse as a result of neglect coupled with heavy vegetation growth. Following the conservation works undertaken here, not only has the structure been consolidated and strengthened, but the area around has been landscaped and hence, revived.
The Arched Platfrom is situated at the cusp between the landscaped garden zone and the wilderness zone of Sunder Nursery park. Therefore, it provides a perfect transition, and the lawn adjoining to it are the picnic lawns where special events for children like Birthday parties and picnics can be organized. If you need more information on it, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org