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Reviewed 3 October 2018 via mobile

The Diwan-i-Am can be said as chair of Mughal rulers. The Diwan-i-Am is situated Inside the Delhi's Red Fort.

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank SiddhantPatil5
Reviewed 18 June 2018

This was used to be the darbar of king and white marble throne was the throne of king. This is the main hall of Red Fort.

Date of experience: January 2018
Thank amitkumar_bec
Reviewed 22 March 2018

Sunday 11th February and we visited The Red Fort and this building was one of the highlights of this amazing historic building. This stunning tall red stone building with its scalloped high archways is the place where Shah Jahan received the general public and heard...More

Date of experience: February 2018
Thank David D
Reviewed 23 February 2018 via mobile

This used to be the hall for the public hence the name. The carving around the pillars and dome are interesting. It used to be decorated with jewels and precious stones with was looted.

Date of experience: January 2018
Thank Kumar93011
Reviewed 1 January 2018 via mobile

Situated inside the Red Fort this is the main Darbar of the king. The picture showed in the display is the throne on which the king used to sit.

Date of experience: March 2017
Thank amitkumar_bec
Reviewed 18 November 2017

Indoor marble pavilion, Diwan-I-Am is the little that's left of the inner "stuffing" of Lal Kila in Delhi. It is quite good, though obviously loses comparison with its namesake in Agra – openwork arches there impress much stronger than here. Yes, perhaps, arches of the...More

Date of experience: March 2017
Thank gentbrugg
Reviewed 27 September 2017

Diwan-i-aam was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan within the Red Fort premises. Shah Jahan used it to listen problems by suffering people in the Mughal rule. Very well maintained and preserved. The beautiful building made by red stones are called Deewan-i-Aam. Beautiful pillars roof...More

Date of experience: May 2017
Thank Praveen_Bnsl
Reviewed 25 June 2017

Unlike Diwan-i-Khas, which was for the Private Audience, Emperor Shahjehan built this Diwan-i-Am for public Audience and important functions. Made of sandstone this is perfectly symmetrical and shows the high point of architecture. There are perfect columns made of 9 pillars all around. At the...More

Date of experience: June 2017
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Reviewed 15 April 2017 via mobile

It is the hall of general audience in the Mughal court of Shah Jahan at Red Fort of Delhi. Here the emperor hear the grievances of general public. The hall is located near Nakkar Khana of the red fort campus. The red sandstone structured three...More

Date of experience: May 2016
Thank tripsmaker
Reviewed 31 January 2017

This place is known as darbar where citizens and common people used to come to king hence named as Diwan-i-Aam. It includes the throne of king and other darbaris.

Date of experience: February 2016
Thank amitkumar_bec
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