Exclusive Tour Of Salimgarh Fort And The Tale Of Prisoner Zebunissa
This compelling heritage walk will take you into the abstract and haunting realms of Salimgarh Fort. Built-in 1546 AD, Salim Shah Suri it was later captured by Mughal Emperor Humayun. Later it was converted into a state prison by Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. Walkthrough the battered and deserted bastions of the fort were numerous prisoners are believed to be tortured to death while some lost their lives eventually. Also, brace yourself for the enigmatic theatrical performance depicting the life of Zebunissa. The eldest and the most beloved daughter of Emperor Aurangzeb, she was imprisoned for 20 years until her death. Ruthlessly and wrongly accused of treason, she wrote thousands of Sufi poetic verses and was known by her pen name Makhfi. Witness the dramatic spectacle of her life unraveling right in front of your eyes.