Pushing the travel industry in Delhi to the following dimension, the Ministry of Tourism steps up with regards to advancing Red Fort as a historical center point. This time by arranging a visit to the as of late opened four exhibition halls in the British military enclosure of the noteworthy fortification. For the equivalent, MOT teamed up with Archeological Survey of India and brought in 20 visit administrators and partners for the advancement. Moreover, the real purpose for holding the visit was to chalk out an approach to make Red Fort a two-day goal.

Occurring in the British garrison huts which were shut previously, every historical center takes explorers to basic parts of the 160 years of age Indian history. Military enclosure 1 shows the first files and reproductions of the First War of Indian Independence 1857. Sleeping quarters 2 shows data and examples of the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre. Sleeping quarters 3 discusses the life and history of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and the INA development while Barrack 4 has antiquities from Archeological Museum and Indian War Memorial Museum. These curios were recently housed in the Naubat Khana and Mumtaz Mahal Palace. What’s intriguing to know is that the entire historical center complex will be known as Kranti Mandir saluting the soul of opportunity contenders.

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