Red Fort Tours New Delhi
Red Ft developed in almost 20 decades (1639-1648), by the Mughal monarch Shahjahan, who moved his investment from Agra to Delhi had an excellent importance in traditional delhi. Built at a price of Rs 100 lakhs, this spectacular developing in redstone has its surfaces that differ in size from 18m on stream on Yamuna part to 33m on the town part. Of the two gateways, Lahore Checkpoint and Delhi Checkpoint, the former experiencing the Chandni Chowk is more spectacular. The Lahore Checkpoint encounters to Lahore (now in Pakistan) and gives entry to Chhatta Chowk (the vaulted arcade). Of the primary destinations in the fort are Diwan-i-Am (the Area of Community Audiences), Diwan-I-Khas (the Area of Personal Audiences), Elegant Bathrooms, Shahi Burj, Moti Masjid (built by Aurangzeb in 1659), Khas Mahal, Go Mahal, Mumtaz Mahal and Svatantrata Sangram Sangrahalaya. It was in the Diwan-i-Am, wherein a stone dias is said to have reinforced the popular Peacock throne of Shahajahan which was appreciated at some six thousand sterling and unfortunately was taken away by Nadir Shah when he looted Delhi in 1739.
The Red sandstone surfaces of the large Red Ft (Lal Qila) increase 33-m above the clamour of Old Delhi as a indication of the spectacular energy and pomp of the Mughal emperors. The surfaces, developed in 1638, were developed to keep out intruders, now they mainly keep out the disturbance and misunderstandings of the town.
The primary gate, Lahore Checkpoint, is one of the psychological and representational factors of interest of the contemporary Native indian country and draws a significant audience on each Freedom Day.