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Faizabad and made it the capital city. Nawab Sa’adat Khan made the first settlements along the banks of Ghaghra with a cantonment consisting of a fortress and mud barracks. Saket to Faizabad, which became the capital of the new government. Due to his management policy state’s income rose from Rs. Under Shuja-ud-Daula’s reign Faizabad achieved its culmination as an important centre of trade and commerce in northern India and attracted travellers, writers, merchants, artists and courtesans from all over Europe and Asia. Saryu after he lost the battle of Buxar in 1764.
700 of which 70; these buildings are particularly interesting for their assimilative architectural styles. In education section, a temple of Shringi Rishi, faizabad city which is situated at south end of the city. Toro and most other commercial walk, he represents katheri Vidhansabha . Where she was buried after her death in 1816. Now in ruins. Canossa Convent Girls’ Inter College, this is one of the Tourist’s spot. The remains of the fort built by Nawab Shuja — in Urdu Bajaja means cloth market.
Faizabad was also a centre of one of many battles of the Mutiny of 1857. A detailed history of Faizabad can be read in ‘Tareekh-e-Farahbaksh’, written by Munshi Mohd. This book has been translated into English by Hamid Afaq Qureshi as ‘Memoirs of Faizabad’. Faizabad also finds a prominent and detailed mention in ‘Guzishta Lakhnau’ written by Maulvi Abdul Halim ‘Sharar’.
Capital of Avadh to Lucknow in 1775 after his terms with his mother became sour. Suja-ud-daula, the third Nawab of Awadh, settled at Faizabad after 1764 and built a fort known as Chhota Calcutta, now in ruins. In 1765 he built the Chowk and Tirpaulia and subsequently laid out the Anguribagh and Motibagh to the south of it, Asafbagh and Bulandbagh to the west of the city. Faizabad attained such a prosperity which it never saw again.
The Nawabs graced Faziabad with several beautiful buildings, notable among them being the Gulab Bari, Moti Mahal and the tomb of Bahu Begum. Gulab Bari is a striking building of fine properties, standing in a garden surrounded by a wall, approachable through two large gateways. These buildings are particularly interesting for their assimilative architectural styles. Shuja-ud-daula’s wife was the well known Bahu Begum, who married the Nawab in 1743 and continued to reside in Faizabad, her residence being the Moti-Mahal. Close by at Jawaharbagh lies her Maqbara, where she was buried after her death in 1816.