|A large part of the original Dilkusha gardens|
lies beyond the wall that runs close to the palace
preventing visitors accessing the front!
|A back view of the Dilkusha Palace, Lucknow|
Visitors have been deprived of a look at the front view
because of a wall that now divides the original garden.
|Short of restoration and more than|
Within the low-walled enclosure, left of pic,
are the graves of Lieut Charles Keith Dashwood
and Lieut W. Paul
|This ruined palace complex was built of lakhauri bricks,|
plastered with lime and decorated with plaster
mouldings in a typical European style, during the
reign of Nawab Saadat Ali Khan (A.D. 1798-1814).