Reminiscent of other classic Indian architecture, The red sandstone walls of the massive Red Fort rise above of Old Delhi as a reminder of the magnificent power and pomp of past Emperors. Been there, beautiful
Take in the iconic Red Fort, a well-fortified palace complex now protected as a World Heritage Site. You’ll also visit the beautiful mosque of Jama Masjid to marvel at its marbled domes and soaring minarets.
The Red Fort, which is also known as the Lal Qila, was constructed by one of the most famous Mughal emperors, Shah Jahan.The Red Fort derives its name from the red-sandstone walls, which make the fort almost impregnable. Red Fort still houses many historic edifices and some prominent ones are: 1.Diwan-e-Aam 2.Diwan-e-khas 3.Mumtaz Mahal 4. Khas Mahal. 5.Moti Masjid.