It is one of the last monuments built by the Emperor Shah Jahan and the royal masjid now serves a s well renowned tourist spot in Delhi. Being the best among all mosques built by the Mughals, the huge gates, towers, 40-metre-tall minarets, beautiful balcony are the primary attractions of the mosque which is highly loved by every tourist who visit the place. The mosque is around 261 feet huge and 90 feet wide and is made of red sandstone which makes it much attractive for sure. The arches here are huge cusped and there are also collections from the relics of Muhamad- the Quran found here having his sandals and foot prints safely placed in a marble block. Surely if you visit this place you will fall in love with the white and black reflective marble look like mat on the floor. However, you cannot see the unique madrasa which was located here years before as it was destroyed during the revolt by the British. The mosque is a must to add to your bucket list if you ever plan to visit the beautiful places of Delhi. This religious place has faced so many damages over the period but to date stands strong.