There are some amazing corners in this fort and one such is the Diwani-i-Aam, Hall of Public Audience, where Shah Jahan used to sit in the big alove and would hear the complaints of his people. It is fully designed by marble and the center is designed with peacock throne studded with gems. There is also a Rang Mahal or the palace of colors has beautifully Lotus looking fountain and is made up of single piece of marble.
Apart from above mentioned attractions in the fort there are some attractions like Hammams, the royal bath, the shahi bhurj and Moti Masjhid. This magnificent structure has many tourist visitors in a year. Looking at this monument clearly indicates the lifestyle of mughul era.
Attraction near Red Fort,
Red Fort AttractionsThere are different attractive places near Red Fort which is an added factor for tourist:
- Lotus Temple: This temple is shaped in Lotus and is also called as Bahai Temple. This is the best place for people to visit and meditate.
- Qutub Minar: It is the most visited place in Delhi and is the first Islamic structure built in India. One has to climb 379 steps in India.
- India Gate: It is a majestic architecture in Delhi which looks amazing and is built under the memories of soldiers who died in World War 1.
How to Reach Red Fort Delhi
By Air: The nearest airport is Indira Gandhi International Airport and is located 25km away from the site. Also Palam Domestic airport is located 5km away from the site.
By Road: There are state transport that runs from various states around Delhi. Also DTC provide the bus service to reach this site.
By Rail: Delhi is the hub of country and trains from all parts of country halts in this capital. There are express trains that halts in this capital and visitors can reach Red Fort. Visitors can book their tickets from IRCA in Pahar Ganj.