Far from the madding hordes of Delhi, lie two powerful posts confronting each other. It is said that the Tughlaqabad post was worked by Ghiyas ud clamor Tughlaq, the author of the Tughlaq administration in the year 1321. The stronghold itself is a vast stone structure, with high dividers and is around 6 km long. The second fortification, the Adilabad fortress, which lies right over the street, however in a propelled phase of demolish still displays an image of the once forceful administration.
The post was a piece of a fantasy venture when Tughlaqabad, the third city of Delhi was conceived. Despite the fact that the disintegrating remains of the fortress depict a feeling of lost allure, the designing aptitudes of the developers are noticeable in their endeavor to build a double reason fortification. The place filled in as a protection foundation, as well as the capital also.