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Tughlaqabad Fort In Delhi – A Ruined Yet Alluring Monument From The Past
Native Planet | 8th Nov, 2018 09:46 AM
  • Best Time To Visit Tughlaqabad Fort

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    Delhi experiences an extreme type of climate, and therefore it it advisable to avoid visiting it during the summer season when the climate is immensely hot. The best time when you can explore its surroundings comfortably in a pleasant atmosphere is from November until the end of March.

  • The History And Surroundings Of Tughlaqabad Fort

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    Located at a distance of about 8 km from Qutub Minar, Tughlaqabad Fort is one of the oldest forts in the city. As per historical records, the fort was built in the early 14th century by Ghiyas-ud-din Tughlaq, the founder of the Tughlaq dynasty.

    During his rule, it was one of the impregnable forts constructed in India. Even though the fort is lying in ruins today, it still attracts thousands of history lovers and locals every year. One can still find the grave of Ghiyas-ud-din in a tomb built within the boundaries of the fort.

    This tomb is a prime attraction for visitors here. The fort is surrounded by lush green vegetation and is located in the vicinity of Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary. Therefore, the region is also a perfect weekend destination for nature lovers and wildlife photographers.

  • Why You Must Visit Tughlaqabad Fort

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    Apart from learning about the history of Tughlaqabad Fort, you can also indulge in scrutinising its wonderful architecture. There are still several monuments within the fort complex which are still standing strong and intact and allure hundreds of architecture lovers.

    From underground passages to tombs and massive fort walls to ancient wells, each and every corner of the fort deserves to be studied and explored. You can also visit the nearby wildlife sanctuary and witness the rare wildlife of Delhi. So, what do you think about a visit to Tughlaqabad Fort this weekend?

  • How To Reach Tughlaqabad Fort

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    Located in the capital city of India, Delhi, Tughlaqabad Fort is easily accessible by road. As Delhi is well connected to all other major cities by air and rail, one can easily approach the fort. Tughlaqabad Fort is located at a distance of about 20 km from Delhi airport and 25 km from Delhi railway station. You can either take a direct cab or use public transport to reach the fort from station and airport.

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The capital city of India, Delhi is one of the fastest-developing metro cities in the world. As it also has a rich history and age-old culture, it is a stoppage for millions of domestic as well as international tourists every year. Therefore, it forms a significant part of India's Golden Tourism Triangle. But do you know despite being explored for decades it still houses numerous prominent places which are far away from the eyes of common tourists? One such place is the ancient Tughlaqabad Fort. This is one of the few places in Delhi which are only visited by locals and offbeat travellers, especially history enthusiasts. Hence, it deserves more attention from tourists. Read on to know in detail about the history and surroundings of Tughlaqabad Fort and how to reach it.

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