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There are far more mole control methods that any homeowner can possibly make use of to protect their lawns and plants from the digging activities of these small creatures. Apart from the barbaric use of traps and poisons, there are actually more humane ways to get these mammals out of your yard. You can even choose to simply coexist with them by fashioning your landscape in a way that will benefit both you and the moles.
Red fort is one of the largest monument and popular tourist destination of Old Delhi. It is one of the spectacular masterpiece of Mughal architecture was started by the emperor Shah jahan during his reign in 1638, when he transferred his capital from Agra to Delhi and completed in 1648. Lal Quilla is located at the town’s northern end on the right bank of the Yamuna and south of Salimgarh. Due to its architectural brilliance, Red fort has been notified as a monument of national importance in the year 1913. Again in the year 2007, Lal Quilla has been declared as a World Heritage site by the UNESCO.