Delhi is not short of tourist destinations. With so many heritage spots and natural reserves, Delhi always has something for everyone. One of the most famous tourist spots in the National Capital happens to be the Red Fort, which is not only frequented by tourists, but also locals. If you remember, the sound and light show at the monument was put on hold a while back, but now, it is making a comeback after a long time. Though it will take a while to actually be shown to the public, we have high hopes because the entire theme is now being changed. Read on to know all about it.
What's the update?
The Red Fort's sound and light show has been around and dazzling audiences for a long time now. It is one of those things that just perfectly embodies the history and spirit of the Red Fort as a whole. Now, following the entire change of the script and the vibe of the show, one can expect a whole different experience.
The man behind the new script, Kapil Kumar plans to take the show as well as the experience to an entirely new level.
What changes can you expect?
In his new script, Kapil Kumar wishes to speak about the cultural impact and importance of the Red Fort. With the new and revamped script for the sound and light show, Kumar aims to showcase the fact that the Red Fort was a melting pot for all cultures Indian and is quite similar even today.
Adding to that is the fact that the previous script focused too much on just one part of the Red Fort's history. The new one, according to Kumar, will showcase all the varied aspects of the monument, its creation and its symbolism.
Apart from that, the technological aspect comes into play. The equipment, lights, sound and mechanics were all outdated. Engineers will take this hiatus as an opportunity to install new equipment that can tell a better story.
Almost every Delhiite is a fan of the Red Fort- mainly because it is the one place that captures the spirit of Delhi perfectly. For those of you who are interested in the sound and light show, there's something new lined up and even the ones who are familiar with the monument and its history should pay a visit.