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Sakri Gumti

Green Park, Delhi
Separated from the Choti Gumti by a road is the Sakri Gumti or the ‘narrow domed building’. It is an appropriate name for this structure, given that its walls are significantly higher than they are…
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Choti Gumti

Green Park, Delhi
The purpose of this building is not known. The domed building is built of rubble masonty finished with plaster, assignable to Lodi period.
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Delhi Gate

Delhi Gate, Daryaganj, Delhi
Delhi Gate is the southern gate of one of the many gates of the historic walled city of Delhi, or Shahjahanabad. The gate links the New Delhi city with the old walled city of Delhi.…
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Punjabi Gate

Roshanara Bagh, Subzi Mandi, Delhi
The eastern gateway of the Roshanara Bagh laid out in A.D. 1650, is known as Punjabi Gate. Located to the south of the clock tower in Subzi Mandi, it was once decorated with beautiful encaustic…
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India Gate

India Gate, Rajpath, New Delhi
The India Gate is the national monument of India. The India Gate hexagon complex, with a diameter of about 625 metres, covers approximately 306,000m² in area. Situated in the heart of New Delhi, it was designed by…
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Badarpur Southern Gateway

Badarpur, Delhi
Badarpur Sarai, around which the urban village of Badarpur grew, was a rest-stop on the road between Delhi and Agra. All that visibly remains today of the 18th c. sarai are three gateways, remnants of…
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Badarpur Northern Gateway

Badarpur, Delhi
Badarpur Sarai, around which the urban village of Badarpur grew, was a rest-stop on the road between Delhi and Agra. All that visibly remains today of the 18th c. sarai are three gateways, remnants of…
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Badarpur Central Gateway

Badarpur, Delhi
Badarpur Sarai, around which the urban village of Badarpur grew, was a rest-stop on the road between Delhi and Agra. All that visibly remains today of the 18th c. sarai are three gateways, remnants of…
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Khooni Darwaza (Kabuli Gate)

Khooni Darwaza, Bahadur Shah Zafar Rd, Delhi
Kabuli Gate or Khooni Darwaza, literally translated means “Bloody Gate”. Its historic significance is linked with the 1857 War of Indian Independence. Located on the Mathura road opposite to the Ferozshah Kotla near Maulana Azad Medical College,…
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Tripolia Gate

Grand Trunk Rd, Rana Pratap Bagh, Ashok Vihar, Delhi
Tripolia Gate was built in 1728 by Nazir Mahaldar Khan. Its gateways are unique in themselves as no other gateway, apart from Kashmiri Gate, has more than one passage. The two facing gateways built of…
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Unknown Mosque & Gateway (in Lodi Garden)

Lodi Garden, Delhi
This mosque and gateway remains can be dated to 18th Century.
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Phatak Teliyan

Muhammad Din Illahi Marg, Turkman Gate, Delhi
This is one of the few remaining gateways of Shahjanabad city.
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Naubat Khana (in Mehrauli Village)

Mehrauli Village, Mehrauli, Delhi
The pair of buildings on either side once served as outer gateway to Qutb Sahib's Dargah. Now one end has been encroached upon by the gurudwara while other side of it is in more original…
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