There is an entrance fee for the Red Fort. If you are feeling flustered due to the chaos of car horns and beggars, you can retreat to the fort for some peace and quiet. Nicely kept grounds some exhibits for history.
About Red Fort (Lal Quila)
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Red Fort is always a pleasure to visit to admire and get mystified what kind of planning and detailing went into all this for every aspect and no technology was used!!
It was the main residence of the emperors of the Mughal dynasty for nearly 200 years, until 1857; it was also the site where the British put the last Mughal Emperor on trial before exiling him to Rangoon in 1858. Consider to spend at lest...More
I was my first visit to Delhi and how can i miss visiting Lal Keella (Red Fort). It feels great to be here and take first hand experience of what you have been hearing and studying about it. Built during Mughal Dynasty, the fort was...More
A tourist hot spot, a must visit when in Delhi ,The UNESCO has named the Red Fort as a world heritage site for its historical and cultural significance. Don’t expect a palace type interior when you visit this place but the architecture is really amazing,...More
The RED FORT was built by the Emperor Shah Jehan of the Mughal dynasty who moved the capital of his empire from Agra to Delhi. It housed the Diwan ai Aam - the meeting place of the emperor with the commoners and the Diwan ai...More