Warehouse 10
Warehouse 10
"Anbar Dah"



Host Nation Government

Mughal Empire

City or Town

Capital City of Agria

Years Active

1566 AD - 1725 AD




Ganesh Chaturvedi

Reason for Relocation

Rise of British Colonialism

Previous Warehouse

Warehouse 9

Subsequent Warehouse

Warehouse 11


Warehouse 10 was the 10th incarnation of the Warehouse which was housed by the Mughal Empire underneath the capital city of Agria, India.

It was inducted by Warehouse 9 Regent Cescimer Balaban on June 23rd, 1544 and was finished on September 12th, 1566. The process took 32 years to finish Warehouse 10.

Only One Caretaker was ever used for Warehouse Ten:

  • Ganesh Chaturvedi

Location & BuildingEdit

This Warehouse was located under in the capital city of Agria, just northwest of the eventual building of the Taj Mahal in 1632. (Warehouse records state that the building of the Taj Mahal may have been a front to draw more attention away from Warehouse. As vaguly stated on the Blueprints for the Taj Mahal.)

List of main contributors to the building of Warehouse 10:

  • Abu'l-Fath Jalal-ud-din Muhammad AKA "Akbar" (Provided funding to construct Warehouse 10)



The rising power of the Mughal Empire, which eventually encompassed the majority of the Indian subcontinent by the height of its influence, convinced the Regents to relocate the 10th iteration of the Warehouse. Likely the location was in the capital city of Agra, then the capital of the empire and eventual home to the famous Taj Mahal, the original plans of which are currently housed at the Warehouse. As British colonialism began to take advantage of the wars of succession that happened under the rule of Shah Alaam I, another move became imminent.



  • The Ganges Section
  • The Library
  • Neutralizer Vat
  • Dark Vault
  • Bronze Sector
  • Quarantine Area
  • Main Artifact Storage Area
  • Warehouse Stables

Notable AgentsEdit

  • Saubhari Sengupta
  • Shetan Mahadeo
  • Varun Kaur
  • Nandin Chautala
  • Bodhi Koshy
  • Vijay Toor
  • Imaran Lata
  • Mandar Naik
  • Balin Barad
  • Barid Grewal

Notable Regents Edit

  • Grishma Hara




  • Shah Jahan




Warehouse 10 was the first Warehouse to dedicate a large section to collecting first editions of every written work published. Much like the Library of Alexandra, the Library Agra it not only accepted literary artifacts but written works from all around the world. This was a push by Akbar I as a lover of literature, he felt the Warehouse would be able to preserve the legacy of his reign by providing them knowledge.

The contents of the Library of Alexandria were eventually moved there.

Reasoning For ShiftEdit

Rise of British ColonialismEdit


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