Timings : 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Time Required : 2-3 hrs
Entry Fee : Indians: INR 15
Citizens of SAARC and BIMSTEC countries: INR 15.
Foreigners: NR 200.
Children (up to 15 years of age): Free
Tughlaqabad Fort, standing close to the main city of New Delhi, is one of the most beautiful specimens of pure Islamic architecture and has the touch of Sultanate sturdiness about its fortifications. The entire premise takes around an hour or two to look around and offer excellent opportunities for history enthusiasts and shutterbugs. The rugged landscape and the magnificent fortifications are as perfect as historical snapshots can get. Students and scholars interested in this segment of India's history can get a first-hand experience at witnessing the grandeur of one of the most exuberant and controversial dynasties of the country.
The glorious fort stands as an exemplary structure of medieval India, with all the vibes of opulence and grandeur within its looming fortifications that we associate with the country's ancient royalties. While its history and legends give the Tughlaqabad fort an eerie impression, its magnificence of architecture and vastness of expanse make it a popular spot for academic, historical and otherwise fun excursions. Along with the great fortifications, palaces and citadel, the great gateways, the fort area also have the mausoleum of the founder and first ruler of the fort - Ghiyas-ud-din Tughlaq and his wife and son.
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