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Ruined Haveli (in Old Daryaganj)

Churi Walan Gali, Old Daryaganj, Delhi
This19th century haveli's courtyard ruin indicates that it had classical western facade with some traditional cusped arches. Apart from this nothing much remains of this haveli.
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Gateway to Zeenat Mahal

Lal Kuan Bazar Rd, Chandni Chowk, Delhi
Zeenat Mahal is supposed to have been built by Bagadur Shah II's favourite wife, Zinat Mahal, although 1840s map describes the group of buildings behind the gateway as belonging to Sipahdar Khan.
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Takya of Kamli Shah

Devi Puriji Ashram Rd, Mehrauli, Delhi
This house was built by Bahadur Shah Zafar for Kamli Shah, who was a young lady who became a mendicant. This house is uninteresting however provides excellent view from the rooftop.
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Haveli of Sa’adat Khan

Tilak Bazar, Chandni Chowk, Delhi
Sa'adat Khan was born Muhammad Amin Musawi the son of Muhammad Nasir Musawi a Shia Muslim merchant of Khurasan. His grandfather a wealthy merchant migrated to India during the reign of the Mughal Emperor Shah…
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Sheesh Mahal

Katra Khushhal Rai, Chandni Chowk, Delhi
This is a modestly-sized town house, originally  only two storeyed built around a courtyard. This building is where St. Stephen's College began in 1881.
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