Rotes Fort - Old Delhi
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Lal Qila or Red Fort Delhi India - Travelure ©
UNESCO inscribed Lal Qila on the world heritage list in 2007 as it marks the “Zenith of Mughal Creativity”. Lal Qila’s innovative planning, architecture, and landscaping influenced later buildings and gardens in Delhi, Agra, Rajasthan, and further south. - Lal Qila or Red Fort Delhi India - Travelure ©
The Diwan-i-Khas or "hall of private audience" was used by the emperor for giving private audience to the courtiers and state guests. The hall, with openings of engrailed arches on its sides consists of a rectangular central chamber surrounded by aisles of arches rising from piers. The lower parts of the piers are inlaid with floral designs, while the upper portions are gilded and painted. The four corners of its roof are surrounded by pillared chhatris. Over the marble pedestal in its…
The Red Fort XIII – Architecture – Khas Mahal
Khas Mahal (Private House) It consists of three parts The set of three rooms facing Diwan-i-Khas is called Tasbih-Khana(Chamber for Telling Beads) It was used for private worship by the Emperor The…