|A Historical Building The Red Fort|
Introduction- The Delhi Red Fort was constructed in 1648 by the fifth Mughal empire, Sharjah as its castle. The Red Fort Delhi was completely made of red stones due to its name being Red Fort. This fort represents the creativity of the reign of Mughal ruler Shahjahan. It built this fort according to Muslim traditions and models. We have replicas of the Muslim palace in the Red Fort and the image of the Persian tradition in the Red Fort Delhi.
Red Fort Delhi – Red Fort was the residence of the Mughal empire until about 1857, for 200 years. Red Fort / Red Fort is in Delhi. During the Mughal regime, the Delhi Red Fort was in the form of the main fort, almost all the British events were in Red Fort.
A place for sightseers- The fort is visited by the sightseers throughout the year. Diwane-Khas and Diwan-e-Aam are its two main places of interest and attraction. In the former, the Emperor held his court or ‘Durbar’. It called the nobles to the ‘Durbar’ where the Emperor took important decisions. It meant the latter for the Emperor to hear the complaints of the common people. Overture 011 the 15th of August the Prime Minister of India addresses vast crowds in celebration of the Independence Day from the Fort. ramparts. ‘ A piece of fine architecture-The Fort is all built by fed stone blocks. It is an example of Mughal architecture. It staggers3 the imagination. It reminds us of the great Mughal pomp and show, of ‘the gorgeous4 display of Mughal power. It is also a witness5 of a great medieval India’s civilization. It also tells the story of the decline ‘of the Mughal Empire. It tells us of the invasion of Nadir Shah and Adilshah, the attack of the Rohilla, the Sikhs and the Marathas and of the losing battle of Bahadur Shah Zafar against the East India Company. A witness of many thrilling scenes-The Red Fort unfolds in our mind’s eye many thrilling scenes, romantic and historical. Figures of Shahjehan and his queen, the figure of Aurangzeb, the figures of the princes of Rajputana and Maratha chiefs pass before our eyes. We hear: the great poet Ghalib is reciting his deathless poems. The Fort also reminds us that the trial of the fighters of the Indian National Army of Netaji was held here in which Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru appeared as a counsel.