Adilabad Fort is near Tughklakabad in Delhi.
Tucked away in the shadows this fort offer a glimpse into Delhi’s rich history.
Built by Muhammad bin Tughluq in the 14th century, the fort was once an important part of the fortified city of Jahapanah, which meant “Refuge of the World.” Although Adilabad Fort may not be as grand as its predecessor in terms of stonework, it played a crucial role in offering protection to the people within the fortification.
To reach here, take a metro ride on the Violet Line and get off at Tughlukabad station. From there, hop in an auto and make your way to Mehrauli along the Mehrauli – Badarpur highway. Keep an eye out for a colorful collection of shipping containers, as behind them lies the Adilabad Fort.
Spend an hour or two exploring the fort and immerse yourself in the history of Delhi. And the best part? You won’t have to worry about finding graffiti or litter, as these forts are well preserved and give you a true insight into the past.
So, what are you waiting for? Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city and explore the Nai ka Kot and Adilabad Forts, a true hidden gem in the heart of Delhi!”