Introduction Salimgarh Fort was built in 1546 on an island of River Yamuna by Islam Shah Suri, son and successor of Sher Shah Suri. In 1622 AD, Jahangir constructed a bridge and connected the fort to the mainland, later removed by the British when they built railway line through it. This grand structure was then connected to the Red Fort by Shah Jahan, and the fort finally became a state prison during Aurangzeb
|Time Required||:||It takes around 40 minutes exploring this colossal structure|
|Open Time||:||10.00 am -5.00 pm|
|Cost||:||No admission fee|
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