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Diwan-i-Khas, New Delhi

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  • Located inside the Red Fort, is the Hall of private audiences, where they greeted the guests. An elegant white marble structure decorated surrounded by arcades and with four towers on pilasters at the corners. The ceiling was decorated with gold and silver but was stripped. But, it's an impressive monument of elegance.
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  • The private rooms are located along the eastern boundary of the Red Fort. The bath (Hammam), the Pearl mosque (Moti Masjid), the private audience Hall (Diwan-i-Khas), which are all made of white marble palaces Khas Mahal, rank Mahal and Mumtaz Mahal, as well as a number of smaller pavilions, are preserved, even the gold or mirror fittings were stolen. A marble watercourse, known as Nahr-i Bihisht ("channel of the paradise"), connects the palaces. The water was raise pumped in the North-East corner tower of the Red Fort.
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  • One of the most interesting and beautiful places of the Red Fort. Inside it was impossible to pass, just outside inspection. It is the most beautiful flower ornament, which encrusted bottoms support.
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  • As it's said it was the emperor's private meeting place with higher posts and queens. Nobody was allowed without emperor's allowance. Since it's importance we can see the very high standard of art work with ceiling and walls. And the floor here possess the best marvels of that time. Altogether this place is very beautiful and have lots of things to see.
  • This is one of the beautiful buildings of Red fort and it has some own importance, it was a private audience hall used for meetings in Mughal era. Beautiful place..
  • That old art still charming. I like the flowers. It look like the ornaments in Taj Mahal.
  • Diwan e khaas is meeting place of private peoples in mughal emperor akbar time.
  • It is like an auditorium, relatively small .... made of high quality of marbell stone ... it is still glowing ...