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Palaces in Red Fort


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There are many beautiful palaces (Mahals) for Mughals, her begum and is worth a watch. The articles reveals details about Mahals of Red Fort.



There are some beautiful palaces in Red Fort, apart from Rang Mahal and Sheesh Mahal, Diwan e Am and Diwan e Khas and other important things to see like Naubat Khana, Hathi Pol, and Hammam. There are three mahals of Red Fort which are worth to see.


Rang Mahal and Sheesh Mahal of Red Fort


On the brink of the Mumtaz Mahal is the Rang Mahal , the Palace of Colors previously ornately painted, where the emperors chief wife used to reside and where the emperor ate the majority of his meals. The stream ran all the way through the palace and finished in the central pool having shape of lotus in the marble floor formerly with an ivory fountain in the center. Hundreds of tiny mirrors were placed into the ceilings of apartments on either side acknowledged as the Sheesh Mahal the Palace of Mirrors.

Khas Mahal of Red Fort


On the northern region of Rang Mahal, is the Khas Mahal, the elite three roomed palace of the emperor. The southern chamber is the Tosh Khana the robe room, has a gorgeous marble filigree display on its north wall, engraved with the scale of justice. Presentation of the screen from the north the suns which surround the scales, but from the south these seem to be further like moons. At the center is the Khwabgah the Palace of dreams by way of an octagonal tower which project over the eastern wall of the Khas Mahal where the emperor in the habit of appear every day before throng meeting on the riverbanks underneath. In 1911, when Delhi was acknowledged capital, King George V and Queen Mary sat in the balcony here as the Durbar distinguished their coronation. The north chamber is the Tasbih Khana where the royal leader used to worship confidentially.
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