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Naqqar Khana

If you are visiting Red Fort do not, I repeat do not afford to miss this gem. It’s a three storey... read more

Reviewed 27 February 2018
KumarS1263
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New Delhi, India
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Naqqar Khana (Lal Quila) - A War Memorial Museum and a Local Architectural Jewel

Also know as Naubat or 'Drum house’, it stands at the entrance of the Red Fort Area, it was used... read more

Reviewed 25 June 2017
MikeFJones
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Beijing, China
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Reviewed 15 March 2018

During my holidays in Delhi, I had visited the giant Red Fort complex which is a UNESCO world heritage sight built during Mughal era and this place is located inside the fort. This is a white structure with as many as 9 intricately carved wooden...More

Thank Kaushik G
Reviewed 27 February 2018 via mobile

If you are visiting Red Fort do not, I repeat do not afford to miss this gem. It’s a three storey war memorial just near the entrance of Red Fort.

Thank KumarS1263
Reviewed 1 January 2018 via mobile

It is built inside the Red Fort. Now converted into a war museum. Three storey building which consist of hundreds of years old pieces. A must visit

Thank amitkumar_bec
Reviewed 25 June 2017

Also know as Naubat or 'Drum house’, it stands at the entrance of the Red Fort Area, it was used for playing music five times a day at propitious hours. Faced with red stone, it is a large three-storeyed building, rectangular on plan. Carved designs...More

Thank MikeFJones
Reviewed 31 January 2017

Inside the Lal Quila (Red Fort), this hall has many historical things captured in it. Its always a thrill to witness the history.

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Reviewed 23 June 2016

Very beautiful musical historical place inside the red fort complex. Nice architecture work done here.

Thank Shilpamittal
Reviewed 11 January 2016

i like it very much has so many small details around and everything was hand made. beautiful gate in the red fort complex

Thank biljanalab
Reviewed 30 April 2015

The Naubat or Naqqar-Khana in Red Fort Delhi comes after the Chatta bajar at Lahori gate. It is a large three-storied building, rectangular on plan, faced with red sandstone, embossed with intricate floral representations. Carved designs on its red stone walls appear to have been...More

2  Thank Enjoy_the_Touring
Reviewed 11 April 2015

This building is located in the Red Fort complex.It stands at the entrance of the palace & was used in those times for playing music at designated propitious 5 times a day.Here the visitors also dismounted from their elephant rides & hence is also called...More

1  Thank MARGDARSHI
Reviewed 28 November 2014

The first building on the straight axis joining Chhatta Bazar and Rang Mahal was Naubat / Naqqar Khana , a three storeyed building constructed with red sandstone having a rectangular plan , embossed with intricate & splendid floral designs and gilded with gold , constructed...More

Thank Dilip S
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