Red fort

Red Fort to tell the story of India’s freedom

Archaeological Survey of India officials, aware of the development, said that the fresh script of the show has been approved with certain conditions.

published on : 11th October 2019

No firecrackers for Dussehra celebrations at Red Fort's Ramlila

This departure from tradition is Delhi's famous Lav Kush Ramlila way of minimising air pollution.

published on : 7th October 2019

After Taj Mahal, ASI opens feeding room in Agra's Red Fort

The baby room was inaugurated by Agra MP SP Singh Baghel and his wife Madhu Baghel on Thursday.

published on : 21st September 2019

Red Fort may get electric vehicles for visitors' convenience 

Union Culture Minister Prahlad Singh Patel suggested ASI officials that electric vehicles be used inside the complex considering it is spread over about 255 acres.

published on : 9th September 2019

Setting example, Delhi school students collect waste after Red Fort event   

Students of the Rajkiya Sarvodaya Vidyalaya, Yamuna Vihar, had volunteered to collect the waste, said their teacher Raj Kumar Maurya.

published on : 16th August 2019

Two Mughal era cannons come home to Delhi's Red Fort

Two Mughal era cannons, which were removed from Lahore Gate of Red Fort in August last year during restoration of the site, have been restored.

published on : 8th August 2019

Now, Humayun, Safdarjung tombs open to visitors after sunset as well

Both tombs will remain open till 9 pm. The announcement was made by Union culture inister Prahlad Singh Patel.

published on : 30th July 2019

Archaeological Survey of India to reinforce internal fortifications of Red Fort

NK Pathak, Superintending Archaeologist in the Delhi Circle of ASI, said that the tendering process was on and the work was likely to begin after the Independence Day celebrations.

published on : 26th July 2019

Red Fort's Sound and Light show script to be changed, says ASI

A senior official of the Archeological Survey of India (ASI) said the new script of the show had been forwarded to the culture ministry and is still under consideration.

published on : 26th June 2019

Archaeological Survey of India trains focus on preservation of Mughal-era artwork at Red Fort 

NK Pathak, Superintending Archaeologist, Delhi Circle of ASI, said the tender for the roofed street’s repair had been issued and work will begin soon.

published on : 25th June 2019

Historical trove: Red fort to have cluster of museums

Expected by June end, National Museum will be developing two museums at British era barracks while another is being done by Dalmia Bharat group

published on : 7th April 2019

Red Fort gets rid of eyesores, green cover up for visitors

The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) had identified 400 such buildings, which were built by the Indian Army after it took over the fort, when the British left the country.

published on : 10th March 2019