This lesser known fragment of Indian history was founded in the 18th century by the Nawab Faujfar Khan. It flourished as a salt trading centre during the 19th century but was abandoned in the 20th century during the times of the British Raj. 21st century visitors to Farukh Nagar can stroll around the Sheesh Mahal palace, Farukh Nagar Fort and Delhi Gate, Baoli Ghaus Ali Shah step well, and numerous temples and shrines.
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