ADSactly Travels - Red Fort - The Pride of India

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Red Fort is also known as “Lal Quila” is a very famous fort in India. The Fort is in the center of Delhi which is the capital of India. The Red Fort is the largest monument in Delhi. It was named “Red Fort” because most of the construction was done by using the red sandstones. This site comes under “UNESCO World Heritage Site” and is taken care by “ASI,” archaeological survey of India.

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History of Red Fort:

This fort was constructed by the 5th Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. The fort lies along Yamuna river. The Emperor wanted to move his capital from Agra to Delhi. Shah Jahan built this palace for the royal stay. The construction of the fort started in the sacred month of Muharram in 1639, and it took almost ten years to complete it. The fort has seen various important historical events including multiple times invasion of the fort by other Mughal Emperors, British rule. The fort also came under a treaty signed between the Mughals and the Marathas in 1752. Jewels, artwork and other precious stones were used in this palace but looted when Nadir Shah invaded the Fort in 1747.

Once India got freedom, this fort was a military cantonment. The control of the Fort handed over to Archaeological Survey of India on December 22, 2003.

Indian Politics:

Red Fort is an integral part of Indian politics. The prime minister of India hoists the national flag at the Red Fort on Independence Day (August, 15) and shares his thoughts with the Nation. This speech also broadcasts on national television and all other significant channels in India. The Red Fort even got an honor to print on India currency of Rs 500 note.

Structure and Architecture:

The Red Fort is enormous and spread across 250 acres of land. This fort has a massive structure and has:

Lahori Gate and Defense:

Lahori Gate is the main entrance gate to the Fort and named before the direction of the gate towards the Lahore City. The gate along with the Fort’s walls is gigantic and provided the defense to the fort. A wall 2.4 Kms in length surrounds the Fort. There is a vacant space just before the main Fort wall. That area used to fill up with water and hungry crocodiles were there so that no enemy could try to climb the wall. It added to the defense of the fort.

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Naubat Khana

The site was a multi-story building for entertainment. Drums and music were the primary sources of the entertainment at that time. A courtyard is also there in front of the “Naubat Khana.”

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Diwane-i-Am:

In Urdu, “aam” means general and we use this word for ordinary people, meaning those who do not belong to royal families. As the name suggests, this was the place for ordinary civilians of that time. Here, the trial of different cases used to happen. Shah Jahan along with a group of superior people who used to hear those and then give a verdict. This place has a big Emperor throne decorated with precious stones. Arcaded departments, where chief people used to stay are all around this building.

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Diwan-i-Khas:

In Urdu “Khas” means “special”. So, it was a place for royal people. This site has a significant arcade-like structure which was all covered by white marble and with fabulous artwork. This area inlaid with the precious stones. One can see the artwork now as well. This site also has a significant garden in front of this building which now has a big sitting arrangement. People can sit here, take rest and can enjoy the view of different structures within the Red Fort.

Diwan-i-Khass also had a Hammam, a place to take a bath and a Masjid named “Moti Masjid.”

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Others:

Rang Darbar means place of “colors.” This building had multiple colors and divided into six compartments.

In front of Rang Darbar there is a fountain where a musical fountain show runs. This musical play depicts stories about great Mughal emperor.

Red Fort place also had some other beautiful buildings and many small and significant gardens.

This entrance of this place also has a market to buy accessories stuff, monuments and books related to “Red Fort” and other famous areas in India.

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What Else Is There To Do?

Red Fort is in the center of Delhi, which is just in front of one of India’s biggest retail market in many segments including publication houses, electronic market and others. The name of this place is Chandni Chowk, and which has a presence in many Bollywood movies.

Fried Paranthas:

Chandni Chowk has many places which are there for centuries now and are famous for fried paranthas (a type of bread). Big celebrities including the Prime Minister of India have also visited these places.

Natraj Chat:

This place is also good for munching some fast food.

Shish Mahal:

It’s a gurudwara (a place where Sikh worships). One can visit this beautiful site as well if that person attends here.

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It is a very cool place. I like pink color and this place are full of pink. It is nice!

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Amazing photos ..
I hope you enjoyed your trip. These places increase the passion for life and inspiration
Thanks for sharing

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As a residential security expert and physical security professional, I love old fortifications like these. There is a lot involved and generations of knowledge used to build them. Attack angles, lines of fire, and number of fighting positions are just the beginning.

They naturally wanted them to be both beautiful and efficient. By efficient I mean defense capability. In my line of work, the primary objective is layered defense. The more layers, the more time. No fortification was impenetrable. The better ones just gave the defenders more time.

This one is a very good example to study. They have tons of firing positions and very few blind spots. I wonder why they drained the moat though. That would be an interesting thing to discover. Perhaps the maintenance costs were too high to keep it filled in with water.

Even the way the fortifications were laid out was important. The objective was to route attackers into kill cages, open ground, or where your defenses were the strongest. The images above will give you a good example of how they were working towards that objective.

This fort was designed well, and the architects were masters of their craft!

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My goodness. The best comment I've seen on Steemit all day. You really seem to know what you're talking about @finnian. I never saw forts from a security point of view before and come to think of it now, everything you're saying makes complete sense to me.

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Thank you for the compliment!

I'm a residential security expert and student of physical security in general. Studying old fortifications can teach a person a lot about how to secure a modern building or home. Residential security specifically is seriously lacking in most areas, and I'm planning to correct that problem.

Physical security is my passion, but I don't plan to do what most others do. They usually do the corporate work since it pays so much, but I will help the individual home owner instead! I'm currently working towards my Physical Security Professional board certification through ASIS, and I'm also a Private Investigator in Virginia.

If you have the time, check out some of my old posts about residential lighting, barriers, etc. I'll post more in the future too.

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Such a cool profile you got. I am definitely following you and checking out your other posts.

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Thank you! I'm following you and Tech Trends too now. :)

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Interesting thoughts; enjoyed reading

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Love your insight!

They don't build structures like this anymore.

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Thank you! A home can be built with physical security in mind and still be your castle, but it won't exactly look like one of these. :)

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For real!

Mosts modern buildings are eye sores.

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You got a 7.98% upvote from @minnowvotes thanks to @grow-pro!

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Thanks, @grow-pro!

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how to get that

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Shoutout @grow-pro

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@finnian
Wow!!
Very well explained :)

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Thank you! I'd love to be there in person. It is a beautiful site.

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I hope, you visit here soon :)

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Ya.....it might not be there after a while.
And even if it is, it would be modified for maintenance...😥

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Regarding the moat, dengue's been a prevalent disease in Delhi for quite some time now. Maybe to prevent the breeding of mosquitoes, they drained the otherwise stagnant water?
Fun fact: You'll notice a small platform in front of the Emperor's throne in Diwane-i-Am. That's where the minister would stand to read out all the cases.
Source: The audio tour I took at the Red Fort recently. It's worth the price.

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Yes! This makes perfect sense. Thanks. :)

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Thank you for taking interest in the Red Fort :)

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You got a 38.46% upvote from @upyou thanks to @grow-pro!

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I would like to also visit Red Fort

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Agreed Architects were the master of their art and nice detailed comment.

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Red fort is beautiful and it is the artichtecture of old mughals who ruled over 1000 years on indo pak. Many of mughal empire beautiful structures and building are still there.
including Red fort, Taj mahal, Badhi mosque in lahore.
thanks for sharing nice post.
lets get connected.
@qami

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i visited here and this place is really amazing come and visit all.

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Hey @finnian,

It is totally like Shahhi Qila which is located in Lahore Pakistan. Amazing post:)

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I'll have to look that place up too. Thanks!

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That's an amazing place too. I was just looking at images from it. These fortifications are like many religious buildings though, and I have to wonder if the people laboring to make them were forced or not or heavily taxed to pay for them. Supposedly a lot of European fortifications were built by paid builders. Even then though, the rulers had to get that money through taxes. The price of security perhaps?

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How is the weather in Delhi.

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Going to travel in India for at least 4 months after my studies.🌏

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I would like to travel in India too next year. This year I am planning to see 30% of Europe Countries and United States!

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wow you're ambitious! Have fun in your travels!

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This is amazing, will love to go to India too, thank you so much for this wonderful teaching and enlightenment

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@bitton
That will be really great! India is known for diversity in nature, languages and calamitic conditions. You will enjoy your travel for sure!

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Great to see these pictures and read about India again. Awesome memories coming up :)

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that's awesome

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India ;the country of different religion ruller among the biggest battle history and their alive arctitecture buildings that makes their glory alive.

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red fort is really a great and beautifull fort and look like all the great and natural beauty not look like the art of man the incredible beauty of fort is attracting to go there and live and feel the joys in the cool and relax in this fort and also good that you make a tour here
really a man dont describe the beauty and greatings of this fort in words and these photos are showing and prove this,,,the whole walla in red colors and the old style and from the linside beautifull mar mar is make it more more beautifull and the attractive place thanx for share it like your always

all shots u took are best from all best angles which shows us everything of whole town like as we are there

i like your all tours like these some speciall your cave tomb and this fort is really a good work to share with us and shows us the world best beauty @adsactly ..
i appriciate you to for your best journy

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@shencoin
Thanks a ton for such an appreciation. We hope to you will also like our future travel experiences as well.

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I have an Indian friend who was born and raised in America. She learned a bit of Hindi from her mother. They also have pilgrimage in their own religions. You go in and out of the Ganges River, which is pictured above. The river is sacred. Allahabad is the name of the city where the pilgrimage is made.

Anyway, for the first time in my friend's life, he went to India. The pilgrims coincided with the time of the pilgrimage. When he returned he was telling about his adventures. He did not go there until he went there. Because he left his deaths to the north. Disgusted, uninjured.

The sculptures also told about the events that happened to the temples he went to for his sake:
In the temple, the sculpture stands behind a curtain. If you give money to the task, it opens the curtain for a while, closing the sculpture once again. The more you pay, the longer it keeps open. Opening the curtain ...

I think it would be enough to visit India to understand how religion in Islam is at a higher level. @adsactly

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This building looks very familiar. I love Indian movies, must have seen it in an Indian movie but not sure of which. It is obvious it is deeply rooted in the history of India.

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250 acres of land?!?! That is massive! Had no idea on much of the history in India so thank you for posting your experience. Very cool!

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this pictures are really good!

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I was always fascinated by India, I hope one day to be able to visit it, but traveling costs a lot :(

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@jonny90
Try to go for the public commute while traveling. It will save you huge amount of bucks

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Great travel story and amazing snaps! Stunning! You should add it to the SteemitWorldMap and join the contest I did to encourage users to contribute to the map.
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The Red Fort! Never heard of it. Thanks @adsactly for this informative and educative post. I believe this community will definitely grow into a space of huge reservoir of useful knowledge and information. Thanks for this.

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Pleasant place to visit for those that are into history . continue posting intriguing things ..

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India is a great place to visit with great historical knowledge

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nice post

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red fort in india .. happy to see because i know an another red fort that is in muzaffarabad azad kashmir
nice post @adsactly
resteemed followed

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@abishali
Wow!!
I hope to see a post on that Red Fort sooner. :)

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ok .... why not, i do start work on that @qagiri

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I feel like I've been there in a past life.

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Wow!!! @serenoblues
Sounds fascinating. Share your past life experiences then ;)

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I was a warrior...nah I'm joking. But seeing this I had a slight dejavu, like I've been there in a dream or something. 😂
This has happened to me troughout my life, and actually it turns out, those are places I end up visiting.

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It has the ultimate essence of literature and history by your writing.

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Good place to see Mughal architecture. The fort looks comletely red as it is fully made up of red marble. There is a museum inside the fort where we saw many old clothes, guns, painting and other items.

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Good comment!

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Amazing place @adsactly! I always wish to visit this place. :)

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@tsokoletmint
I hope you visit the place sooner :)

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I would have never thought there would be these kinds of structures in India. I need to go to India to check it out for myself. Thanks for sharing your trip.

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THANX YOU MY DEAR

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hello, @adsactly
Upvote & Re-steem

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There is so much to learn and discover; I never had this topic in my history classes. But what a good lesson and detailed background information.
Thanks for sharing!

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Thanks for sharing! God Bless

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Happy Independence Day : ''Red Castle'' @adsactly

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IT ALWAYS STORING THE HISTORY! LIFE AND DEVELOPMENT!

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red marble - this is what gives this knowledge a certain charm and makes them special. Beautiful architectural structures, with their extraordinary history that attract attention. I really liked the post, I dream to visit this place, thanks

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Your such Great posts I wish your support me Steemit I'm grow up thank you @adsactly

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very nice and very informative post.pics captured very nicely it.the pics shows the beauty of the place.i followed u because u always share valuable content.very nice and very informative post.keep sharing such posts,Thanks

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its a good place to visit . i want to go there.
verry nice post !

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WONDERFUL PLACE. I LIKE TO KNOW

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really wonderful shots you brought up the glory of the old indian love those shots

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India looks absolutely amazing. So much to see, so much culture. I'm ready to pack my bags and head over after seeing these pics.

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@oraclefrequency
Yes, you are right! Visit India someday. You won't be disappointed :)

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Wow
so schöne Fotos

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Wow great piece of information, really enjoyed. Keep posting I have followed you and keep upvoting your best posts. Please follow me too for best posts.

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wow the India seems to me a beautiful place to visit, I hope to go in some not too distant future. I invite you to visit my last post https://steemit.com/news/@josegarm/what-happens-in-venezuela

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this is beautful and full of hstory and i have added this to my taval list

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good post thank you

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One of the countries I want to travel in India. If there is a future in the future, I will definitely go to Asian countries @adsactly

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Talking about the Mughal's Architecture ?
i'm Mughal by cast :p
Mughals have done great work in art,
Thanks for sharing and admiring their work..
up voing and followoing brother @adsactly

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Great

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India is a great country with a population that occupies the lead after China, its wonderful films and its very distinctive monuments. I wish I would visit your country and discover its culture and enjoy its heritage and the effects of your civilization .. Thank you

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Amazing click friend <3

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very nice

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Great! Getting an extra 5% raise will not be hard with this attitude of posting good articles. I like your post.

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İndia most amazing world

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Its location takes 256 hectares of land, it is not broad imagination 😎😎😎

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I will live in India next year for a short time. Can't wait for that...

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Beautiful

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The Red Fort as we know it, was actually called Qila-e-Mubarak or the blessed fort. The monument was constructed when Mughal emperor Shah Jahan decided to shift his capital from Agra to Delhi.
The Lahori Gate is the main entrance to the Red Fort in Delhi. A VERY GREAT AND AWESOME PLACE DURING MY VISIT

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Follow for follow :) upvote for upvote lets earn money

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Followed you...kindly follow back

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Beautiful edifice ...hoping to see it someday

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Absolutely stunning. I marvel how these structures stand the test of time.

India is one of those places one will want to get a first class ticket - if you know what I mean!

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It's Winter time in South Asia.

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Red fort is one of the historical place of india and behind construction of red fort there is a great history.

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Perjalanan masih panjang. indah nya pelangi indah nyan bulan pokok nya saya suka foto benteng merah
Yg bertempat di India yg terkenal (lal Quila) izin kan
Saya mem follow anda

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Excellent publication, a pleasure in reading and greeting you, follow me to be in constant communication I also hope that my posts can be of great help. success!

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Excellent publication, a pleasure in reading and greeting you, follow me to be in constant communication I also hope that my posts can be of great help. success!

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Nice place.and may be it is very historical place in india that is linked with the civilization.

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wow ! completely different from Europe architecture ..

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I think this is probably the UK government that was made by the Mughal kings

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India is a place I want to see. I wondered more after watching feature films

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Marvelous

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This should also be classified among the ancient wonders of the world.
It is an amazing piece of architecture

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wow,there are really alot to see in india hey,am adding this to my list.thank you @adsactly

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its very nice photogrsphy..and i learn many thing from your post...i waiting for your next post

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Lindo lugar, yo al contrario de los que quieren ir, con este relato me traslade me conecte mentalmente con ese sitio, la meditación me a permitido lograr eso y mas, claro estoy reuniendo dinero para conocer sitios como este, espero pronto lograrlo de veras que lugar mas encantador.

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I did not know anything about this place, 250 acres, that is impressive!
For whatever reason India has not awaken my interest, yet. I traveled South Americas so far and have a few more countries on my list. Prefer it over Europe. After that I am curious about Asia, China mainly. I will be in North West Africa next week and eager to experience that world.
Question, what is ''authored by'' mean, I noticed that but is this someone elses post?

Anyhow, I posted about a pretty cool place I was fortunate to visit recently, Ephesus in Turkey. If you like history I am pretty sure you will enjoy my post, let me know what you think.
https://steemit.com/travel/@parisienne/travel-ephesus-turkey

Cheers =)

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Great! Getting an extra 5% raise will not be hard with this attitude of posting good articles. I like your post.

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omg

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I have always loves Indians
If i werent a Nigerian, i would have loved to be an INDIAN💃
They have amazing structures.
They have good taste for beautiful bright colours!

And their dance steps? Intriguing
I will visit India this year💏

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Really amazed to see it and after reading your article , just one thing to say Superb its just love awesome :)

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India, in general, is a very “Khas” Country. Visited once 2 years ago and I will be back!

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would love to visit india if they issue me a visa. hate politics :(

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India has been on my bucket list for many years. I hope to tick it off this year through the help of steemit

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Wow....... Magnificent, Awesome and Beautiful. Listed among the places I will love to visit.

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great post, nice pictures thanks

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Very cool. Have to add this to the bucket list.

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It's the beautiful place in india ...I like it so much ..People indicate it by his red color .I really appreciate to see it ...
Travelling is my best hobby ... I will try to my best to travelling this place ...In my hole life

Because it's the most famous place than all other..

Thanks a lot for sharing your valuable post....

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very informative article ... Lal kila is really beautiful ... In delhi we have many other historical places too where you can visit

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Beautiful place, someday I would like to go there. Thanks for sharing.

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the enchanting city of the Indies, and we are progressing

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So India’s problem turns out to be the world’s problem. What happened in India has happened in God’s name.

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noce article, adsactly! visited it too a few years ago!

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Vande Mataram!!!

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i would like to go in these kind of paces atleast one day in my life!

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Hi @adsactly, I was in India for 2 weeks about a month ago and that was my 1st ever trip to India. My visit was mainly in Delhi, Punjab & Ahmedabad. Too bad we missed Red Fort while in Delhi 😣..

I enjoyed the cold winter season, the food and the cultures and would love to go back and discover other parts of India.

Can't wait to read more on travels from you!

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Great shots India/Delhi are so high on my want to visit list!

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Hola bienvenido a esta comunidad steemit te deseo suerte feliz año espero enero sea de muchos éxitos para ti .

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Thanks to tell about our Red Fort
The market in front of the Red Fort is our shop.

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Sieht sehr interesant aus

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Beautiful city! Greatly shot photos!
Thank you very much @adsactly for sharing this!

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This building is solid ..non of them modern building has a good structure

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Im from Mumbai (Bombay) bro.. if u visit here, msg me.. ;) However my recent trip to USA and mexico was amazing, other then some racism i faced in USA. Its sad that alot of people still think that india has onlt poor people, when the most expensive residential place in the world and most expensive apartments in the world are in Mumbai.. And if you have time, go to "Thirupati Balaji Temple", the richest temple in the world, has more gold then "The Vatican". You will really love the temple, its in the south.

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good reporting. I also love the search for antiquity. But I have mostly Russian antiquities

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It looks like it is straight out of a movie! All of the photos you took look great too, thank you for sharing :).

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Wow this is the best architectural man-made ever. The designs are very attrative in every edge of the buildings. Keep up the good work @adsactly! Done upvoted.

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Incredible! Would love to see this.

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Ha...ha, wonderful post, there are lots of amazing places around Delhi. The world wonder Tajmahal also in Agra near Delhi. welcome you again once more to incredible India.

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awesome post. are you still travelling in new delhi ?

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Actually this post is kinda boring and definitely ~not~ weird

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This is amazing place ! You explored this here in steemit !! Beautiful photos !!

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Wow... Just getting to know this... The Red Fort building looks really enormous.. it is really a beautiful place... the historical nature of the building really makes it have that uniqueness... I will love to visit this place one day... Thanks for this..

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What a description of this massive architectual marvel. After reading ur post.. i miss india again.. hahahaha

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Wow amazing this post bro

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Thank you @adsactly for such an informative and detailed post.

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Wow! looks amazing.. I would love to visit, definietly on my list!

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Informative article.. Shots are eye catching.. Many beautiful architectural buildings build by mughal are in pakistan.. You can also visit them.. Thanx for sharing

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Fort Red! :)

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Wonderfully your india traveling , really nice your post. i want carry on your life, all the best.

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I love to visit india, so many exotic structures and places of interest. But I still have not got my courage to. Is it safe in India ?

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wow its delhi famous place lal qila i really wish to visit here i wanna explore all india @adsactly

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Thank you for such a Amazing Post @adsactly I just follow you for more amazing posts

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Love your post !
Very well explained
Happy to see our indian history to be explained in such a good way 👌
Keep posting like this 😊

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Guaoo very good I like greetings to all

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What a post with all information about the RED FORT,
Your post is in very detail and I think you are give complete information
about the RED FORT,
You are right this is historical place and a lot of visitor come to see every day. Thank you for sharing @adsactly

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nice article very beautiful! thank you @adsactly

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nice place to visit sometimes... wonderful heritage

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This is a very good article. Write about Rishikesh( India) as well. That's the place where The Beatles went

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There are several such other forts in India which are equally amazing. Not only are these forts an epitome of masterful architecture, but they also have awe-inspiring histories which add a layer of enigma to them

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I have been to Red Fort but to tell you the truth, I was heartbroken after having seen the beauty of the Agra Fort.

Large sections of both the Red Fort and Agra Fort were demolished by the British to make room for colonial era army bunkers. However, while you can still get a glimpse of the erstwhile beauty of the Agra Fort, the palaces inside Red Fort were almost completely destroyed and looted.

It still makes a nice visit for history buffs and tourists alike.

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i am feeling regretful today. i went there on Monday and missed the chance to visit it from inside.

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I am from India and had been to Delhi twice. It has a lot of places to see and is a historic place.

Really nice and great post with lot of pictures and information.

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Woww .....
Diwane-i-Am is very magnificent place!!!! I love india
thank you

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Feeling great seeing my Country history been shared this way...Greatly described..I have almost visited most of the country & this is a great place !!great post !!

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This is so stunning. India goes onod my travel wishlist :)

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I would love to visit this place someday

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I love travelling in India and discovering new places and to also visit these historical marvels :)

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Hello hello friend today I could see your post, it is very interesting and brings to the knowledge of the person excelenet story about the strong red.hoyu learned something new, I congratulate you for showing us such a great job.
best regards.
Do not forget to follow me and invite you to read my post.
Also give me up vote to help other people.

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nice~

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Great to see this post inspiring steemians to visit India, which is very rich in culture and heritage.

Thank you a ton for bringing this up.

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Nice Article. I have visited Redfort 6 month back and one of the best place to visit in delhi :)

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Been to Delhi more than once though it was strictly for business and never took time out to see the Red Fort though it's sucn an iconic monument. Must do it the next time I visit.

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Congratulations @adsactly!
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good one .. ut too long to read :(
but really informative :)

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Nice to Read and Great Picture
UpVote

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I wish to visit India one day as it is very beautiful country Thanks For this post

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man that's majestic af!

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thanks for the good read and article. clearly worth an upvote :)

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Wow Ive not seen that, will go visit next time I travel to india

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i can not look at modern buildings without thinking of historical one!
considerable post , nice one @adsactly

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I lived in Delhi for 3 months in 2010. Visited this place several times. Thank you for bringing those memories back. Nice photos too

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The independence day of India is celebrated at the Red Fort every year where the prime minister of India addresses the nation

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Nice

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excelente post amigo saludos desde Venezuela. soy fans de este tipo de Arquitectura de hecho estudie una rama de ella.

Y esta escultural obra se encuentra en Delta Amacuro - Tucupita - Venezuela tuve la oportunidad de verla y es majestuososa.

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I'm new here. Need support. I subscribed to your excellent blog, please subscribe and you are on mine. Thank you!

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Amazing information about Red Fort Have been there twice, real beautiful post. Please check my work as well.

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Red fort or Lal Qila is a famous tourist place in Delhi,India. Its beautiful architecture and the historical significance that it carries attracts many visitors everyday. Mughal emperor shah jahan built this massive fort when he transferred the capital from Agra to Delhi. ... That is why the fort is called red fort.

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Red Fort, Taj Mahal and Lahore Fort are great architectures of India and Pakistan. I live near Lahore Fort.

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Bangunan yang indah itu kawan saya suka tempat seperti itu.

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WOW Thanks for the detailed post, I am surprised to see that it still looks new because of Repair and maintenance and It has a wide & awesome history.

Good one keep it up!

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Wow!

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Çok güzel bir yer hangi ülke burası ?

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NIce post ) I did not travel to India. I think it is very interesting country. Thank you for sharing @adsactly=) Have a nice day=)

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I am the first time on steemit blog, please give freedom in my comment! Do not back off before the fight. I see the privilege of steemit @locer76

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Well, there’s a first time for everything. Thanx for the travel info. I’m not a fan of India but this beats googling historical site research anyway. I would kill for a parantha right now... if it’s anything like naan (I’m not going to google it, I prefer the image I have in my head) don’t know what paranthas are but I enjoy different breads. This place reminds me a little of our sort of castle that was turned into a base to fend off intruders. A lot like the red fort looks like a castle and not a fort, our castle looks more like a fort than a castle. Than for the read. Interesting, thumbs up.

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Nice place to visit for those that are into history . keep posting interesting things .. follow and upvote me :)) thank you

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I want to visit India soon!

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What majestic images, is incredible as there are such beautiful places and we can somehow meet them through these post, very substantial congratulations your post, I follow you.

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how interesting it is to know the world through the eyes of another! excellent writing and photography, I am on the other side of the world enjoying what you have published.
Congratulations!

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really nice place and landscape will you come back to me

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really nice place and landscape will you come back to me

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Maravilloso, no hay nada mejor que poder viajar, conocer, experimentar nueva cultura. Eso enriquece tu vida.

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Enjoy the vote and reward!