Tughlaqabad Fort is a ruined castle in Delhi, constructed by way of Ghiyas-ud-din Tughlaq, the founder of Tughlaq dynasty, of the Delhi Sultanate of India in 1321, as he established the 1/3 historical city of Delhi, which become later abandoned in 1327. It lends its call to the nearby Tughlaqabad residential-industrial location as well as the Tughlaqabad Institutional Area. Tughlaq also constructed Qutub-Badarpur Road, which connected the new city to the Grand Trunk Road.
The street is now referred to as Mehrauli-Badarpur Road. The entry fee for the Fort is Rs. 15 for Indians. Also close by is the Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary, Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range and Okhla Industrial Area. Ghazi Malik became a feudatory of the Khalji rulers of Delhi, India. Once while on a walk with his Khalji grasp, Ghazi Malik advised that the king build a fort on a hillock within the southern portion of Delhi. The king jokingly told Ghazi Malik for building the citadel himself while he might end up king.