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Apr, 2 2015
One thing not miss here
Have to see all, nothing can be missed
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At a hotel in Karol bagh
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At a hotel near the Qutub Minar

We visited the Red Fort and saw the throne of Shahjahan in Diwan-i-Khas which is the he Diwan-i-Khas, or Hall of Private Audiences, in the Red Fort of Delhi was the place where the Mughal emperor received courtiers and state guests. It was also known as the Shah Mahal.[1] n 1638 Shahjahan transferred his capital from Agra to Delhi and laid the foundations of Shahjahanabad, the seventh city of Delhi. It is enclosed by a rubble stone wall, with bastions, gates and wickets at intervals. Of its fourteen gates, the important ones are the Mori, Lahori, Ajmeri, Turkman, Kashmiri and Delhi gates, some of which have already been demolished. His famous citadel, the Lal-Qila, or the Red Fort, lying at the town’s northern end on the right bank or the Yamuna and south of Salimgarh, was begun in 1639 and completed after nine years.

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Diwan-i-Khas

Red FortShahJahans Throne

 

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We visited the Red Fort and saw the throne of Shahjahan in Diwan-i-Khas which is the he Diwan-i-Khas, or Hall of Private Audiences, in the Red Fort of Delhi was the place where the Mughal emperor received courtiers and state guests. It was also known as the Shah Mahal. n...