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Old Fort

Purana Qila, Mathura Rd, Delhi
Purana Qila (translation: Old Fort), is the oldest fort among all forts in Delhi and, the oldest known structure of any type in Delhi. It was re built by the Afghan king Sher Shah Suri,…
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Khan Jahan Tilangani’s Tomb

Nizamuddin West, Delhi
Khan Jahan Tilangani's Tomb is the first octagonal tomb ever to have been built in India. The name Tilangani comes from his birthplace -Tilang or Telangana in Andhra Pradesh. He served Firoz Shah as wazir for twenty…
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Kali Masjid

Nizamuddin West, Delhi
The inscription over the main entrance dates Kali Mosque to 1370 AD. This mosque has a similar layout as that of Khirkee Mosque. Its name is probably due to the black (kali) patina that once…
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Graves in Humayun Tomb Complex

Humayun Tomb Complex, Nizamuddin East, Delhi
In all there are over 100 graves within the entire complex, including many on the first level terrace, earning it the name "Dormitory of the Mughals", since the graves are not inscribed their identification remains…
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General Post Office

General Post Office, Lothian Rd, New Delhi
The General Post Office of Indian Postal Service, which is one of the oldest in the country was constructed in 1885.
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Qutb Sahib’s Dargah

Mehrauli Village, Mehrauli, Delhi
Qutub ul Aqtab Hazrat Khwaja Syed Muhammad Qutbuddin Bakhtiar Kaki (1173-1235) was a renowned Muslim Sufi mystic, saint and scholar of the Chishti Order from Delhi, India. He was the disciple and the spiritual successor…
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Chillah of Baba Sheikh Fariduddin Shakar Ganj

Sanjay Van, Delhi
Baba Sheikh Fariduddin Shakar Ganj was the main Diciple of Qutbuddin Bakhtiar Kaki and predecessor of Hazrat Sheikh Khwaja Syed Muhammad Nizamuddin Auliya.
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Alauddin Khilji’s Madarsa

Qutub Minar Complex, Mehrauli
At the back of the complex, southwest of the mosque, stands an L-shaped construction, consisting of Alauddin Khilji's tomb dating ca 1316 AD, and a madarsa, an Islamic seminary built by him. Khilji was the…
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Diwan-e-Aam, Red Fort

Diwan - E - Aam, Delhi
In the Diwan-i-Aam (or the Hall of Public Audiences) the Emperor, seated in a canopied alcove, would hear complaints and pleas of the commoners through a jharokha (balcony). The hall was ornamented with stuccowork and…
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Qudsia Bagh

Qudsia Bagh, Railway Colony, Civil Lines, New Delhi
Muhammad Shah "Rangeela"'s third wife was Udhambai, also called Qudsiya Begum built this garden along with the adjacent Shahi Masjid around 1730s. She who bore him his future successor, Ahmad Shah Bahadur on 23 December 1725…
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Masjid Zabta Ganj

Masjid Zabta Ganj, Maan Singh Rd, Delhi
Masjid Zabta Ganj was constructed by Najibud Daula's son Zabta Khan in 1740. Zabta Khan rose to power during the reign of Shah Alam II. Zabta Ganj was a cluster of seven small settlements around here…
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Sarai Shaji

Near Begumpur Masjid, Serai Shahji Village, Delhi
Further to the east of Begumpur Masjid, in the Sarai Shahji village, a group of mughul period buildings, enclosed by rubble wall are seen. It contains a mosque which comprises compartments topped by curved Bengali…
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Masjid Khair-ul Manzil

Masjid Khairul Manzil, Mathura Rd, Delhi
Maham Anga was the wet nurse of the Mughal Emperor Akbar, and often referred as his foster mother as she took care of young Akbar, as his own mother, Hamida Banu Begum was mostly away,…
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