Gaur: Glory, Ruin, Rediscovery
- 4. A disease that ravaged the medieval capital of Bengal.
- 8. The local name of the Sona Masjid.
- 10. Another name for the Painted Mosque built by Sultan Yusuf Shah in 1475.
- 11. A victory tower, estimated to be built in the late 15th century by Saifuddin Firuz Shah.
- 1. A mosque, said to have cost 1 lakh rupees to build. It is notable for the Hindu carvings that cover the doors and lintels.
- 2. The wall that circled the royal residence, stretching 700 yards from north to south, was _________ gaz (yards) tall.
- 3. The previous location of the stone representation of the footprint of the Prophet Mohammed that was housed in the Qadam Rasul Mosque.
- 5. The place where the Chief of Police was stationed, at the south wall of the city of Gaur.
- 6. The ______ ____ is also known as the Salami Darwaza, likely because salutes were fired from adjacent ramparts.
- 7. The east gate of the city was notable, according to John Henry Ravenshaw, due to its more ______ architectural style.
- 9. Meaning "weavers' quarters", this is also the name of a mosque erected in 1480. It served as a place of worship for Gaur's weavers.