Built as the 4th city of Delhi, between Mehrauli and Siri the glorious city of Jahapanah or Tughlaqabad as it is known today was the might of the Tughlaqs. Become a part of Delhi’s antiquity with our Tughlaqabad walk to unravel the mysteriousness of this impregnable fort. We at Delhi Walks would be delighted to be of assistance in planning and executing all your sightseeing requirements. Find out the reasons for the fort’s isolations. Know if the impregnable city of Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq actually succumbed to the curse of Nizam-ud-din Auliya. It is believed that a conflict between the Emperor and Saint emerged around the construction of a step-well which apparently the cruel Emperor did not aid. The angry saint cursed Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq and predicted his death soon, outside Delhi. In addition, the saint cursed that the fort would lose all its fortunes and remain deserted. A marker of important political events, attack and terrors, the robust Tughlaqabad Fort as prophesied, became deserted and still remains in shambles.
Allow us to introduce you this mystic city and its history. Our walk will begin with Adilbad, the fort palace of Mohammad-bin-Tughlaq, alternately recognized as the “mad” king, followed by a visit to the mausoleum of Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq, the founder of the Tughlaq dynasty.
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