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Feroz Shah Kotla Fort, New Delhi

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  • It was a fortified city of Delhi Sultanate Feroz Shah Tughlaq located near Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg in between New Delhi, Old Delhi and close to ITO Metro station. The ancient structure was the core co...  more »
  • I was not aware of this place before as it is not much visitors attraction .. I went inside but it seems very large and good place to visit as like all other place in Delhi ...  more »
  • To all the folks who thinks History is as important as future is This walled monument belongs to Royal saltanat of Firozeshah This monument has many eye catching points Start with Shahi Bethak where m...  more »
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  • Feroz Shah Kotla Fort shows the ruins of once existent city of Ferozabad built by Feroz Shah Tughlaq. Most of its parts are ruined but it has a beautiful ambience with lush green lawns that are well maintained. There is baoli and a mosque too inside the fort area. On thursdays people come here to worship Jinns and read out there wishes to them. In the area surrounding the Ashokan pillar one can smell the fragrance of incense sticks lit up for the rituals. There are lot of bats too in small dark dungeons. Best time to visit the fort is in winters as the trees of Bombax are in full bloom and clusters of orange flowers can be seen.
  • I Was at IPL QUALIFIER 2 MATCH. it was unspeakable. Full crowd. Every1 ws chearing. Enjoyed lotzzzzzzzzz
  • 5 start for this even after seeing how people, especially Indians, litter this place and turn it into a dustbin. The citadel is beautifully maintained. Plush green lawns with end number of beautiful old trees. It's a scenic delight. There's a baoli in the citadel but it's now prohibited to tourists. However, you can get a glimpse of it from a raised platform adherent to it. There's also a pyramidal structure with an Ashokan Pillar on top. Adjacent to it, is the mosque. It said that djins are present in this mosque and if one were to visit during sunset, the presence of these djins are strongly felt. Quite a spooky place too, especially during the sunset.
  • Ticket prices have increased marginally for Indians. INR 15 for adults. Beautiful and quiet fort, but do remember to dress conservatively as some parts of the fort are of religious significance to locals, an active mosque within the fort walls too.
  • Aesome place for photoshoot nd heritage knowledge