Photo: Indian farmers break into red fort to demonstrate on the 26th. /Associated Press
Built in the 17th century, the red fort is the palace of the Mughal Empire. Shah Jahan, the king of the time, took 10 years to build it after he moved to Dudley. It was named because the main body of the building was reddish brown, and it was listed as a world cultural heritage by UNESCO.
For two centuries, the red fort has been the coordinate center of India. It also records the remains of the British colonial era. Later, the building is of great political significance. After independence in 1947, India’s annual independence day was held in Hongbao. The prime minister held a flag raising ceremony and delivered a speech.