Bhadkal Gate is a constructing in Aurangabad City, India. This gate is the most important gate of town. It turned into constructed by means of Ahmadnagar's, Murtaza Nizamshah's Vazir Malik Ambar. It changed into constructed in memory of victory against Mughal in 1612. It is also known as victory gate. Bhadkal Gate has precise architectural fashion. It is India's first column structural Building. One of the things that made Aurangabad stand out from numerous other medieval towns in India changed into its 52 "gates", each of which had a local records or had people connected with it.
Aurangabad is known as the "City of Gates". Bhadkal Gate one in every of them gate. When Aurangzeb made Aurangabad his capital, there have been fifty four suburbs which have been walled within the town itself, the leader of those had been Begumpura and Aurangpura. The four foremost entrances face the cardinal points, and consist of the Delhi gate within the north, the Jalna gate within the east, the Paithan gate in the south, and the Mecca gate in the west.