Remains of a 14th-century Tughlaq period stone fort with ramparts & battlements intact.
2. Tughlaqabad Fort: This 6 km fort in Delhi is of much historic significance. Known for its architecture, the stone and rubble walls that are 10-15 metres high represent the typical monuments of the Tughlaq dynasty. The fort was complete with palaces, mosques and more structures. Although most of it lies in ruins with overgrown vegetation, one can admire its beauty divided into three parts: a wide city area, a citadel and royal residences with underground tower passages. Thirteen out of fifty two gates still remain today. Built by Ghazi Malik in 1321, on assuming the title of Ghias-ud-din Tughlaq, it was the beginning of the Tughlaq dynasty. At least half a day picnic here sounds like a good idea. The water reservoir at its Southern part was a vast one and remains connected to the fort even today.