I've been very impressed with the care of execution of decorative details used. The Hindus include many beautiful images in their buildings, but the Mughuls were muslim and their religion forbids realistic images of people and deities.. The above picture shows that they defaced all the lovely carvings and other images, so as not to offend their religion. Below, though, you can see how beautiful the carvings were. Considering how laborious the building techniques were at the time, the extra work for cosmetic purposes only is even more impressive.
We saw the six-pointed star in many places.
In one of the fort's courtyards is this iron pillar.
The women here wear many layers of clothing. Pants or a long skirt, a long tunic, and a large scarf that usually also covers the head. Or they wear saris. All the clothes are in vivid colours. In general only muslims wear green and only hindus wear red, but you see every possible colour.