Red Fort then and Now : Picture Gallery 

, Hazrat-E-Dilli

Diwan e Khas




Musamman Burj

Zafar Mahal then and now

Chatta Chowk


Chatta Chowk in Lahore Darwaza then and now



The Orpheus Panel behind the Takht e Zille Subhani in the Diwan e Aam

Only accessible portion



Imtiaz or Rang Mahal then and Now



The Tasbihkhana then and now


Now kept opposite Rang Mahal


This monolithic marble Basin can be seen in its original place in painting below : in front of Rang Mahal 



The flower Basin in Rang Mahal then and now



Lahori Darwaza then and now



Rang Mahal


A doorknob on the door to the khwabgah





80% of the buildings inside Red Fort were demolished by the British to build barracks




Diwan e Aam then and now




A map dating from the eighteenth century in the Oriental and India Office Collection at the British Library (Add.Or.1790, OIOC, BL) also depicts the Fort as a mere shell


https://ambiknowledgeresources.wordpress.com/new-writings/architectural-history/the-secret-of-the-qila-i-mubarak-2/
The paintings are mostly by Ghulam Ali in 1840s

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