Khooni Darwaza also additionally to as Lal Darwaza is situated near by Delhi Gate, on the Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg in Delhi, India. It is one of the 13 surviving entryways in Delhi. It is only south of the strengthened Old Delhi and was built by Sher Shah Suri. Khooni Darwaza was arranged on an open tract of land before the ascent of current structures around it. It lies today on the Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg inverse the Feroz Shah Kotla cricket ground, which misleads its east. Toward the west is the passage to the Maulana Azad Medical College. It lies about a large portion of a kilometer toward the south of the Delhi Gate of Old Delhi.
The Khooni Darwaza Bloody Gate earned its name after the three rulers of the Mughal tradition - Bahadur Shah Zafar's children Mirza Mughal and Mirza Khizr Sultan and grandson Mirza Abu Bakht, were shot by a British warrior, Major William Hodson on September 22, 1857 amid the Indian Rebellion of 1857 otherwise called the Indian Mutiny of 1857 or the First war of autonomy. Hodson got the surrender of the Emperor, and the following day requested an unequivocal surrender from the three sovereigns at Humayun's Tomb. On achieving this door, he was ceased and encompassed by a great many Muslims, with white material tied on their brows an image for the cover Jehadis or Ghazis. Hodson later reviewed, "I was encompassed on all sides by Ghazis to the extent my eyes could see." It is said that Hodson requested the three to get down at the spot, stripped them bare and shot them dead at point clear range.