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Monuments in Delhi NCR

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    Sundar Nagar, Mathura Road
    Originally known as, Delhi Zoo, located near the Old Fort, the National Zoological Park encompasses a total of 176-acre—the park was inaugurated in November, 1959. read more
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    Lodhi Colony
    Most of the major religions preach the concept of afterlife. It is generally believed that our actions determine whether we will enter the realm of paradise or will be read more
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    Bahadur Shah Zafar Road, Balmiki Basti, Vikram Nagar
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    Rajpath, India Gate
    Located at the heart of New Delhi, India Gate is one monument that every Delhiite is proud off. The majestic structure stands 42 metres high and set at the end of read more
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    Jhandewalan Extension, Karol Bagh
    The huge statue of Hanuman, which stands right at the busy Jhandewalan junction, is gorgeous. It deserves the attention of every passerby. Built in orange color in, the read more
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    Meena Bazaar, Chandni Chowk
    By 1658 AD, the new city of Shah Jahan, Shahjahanabad, was complete with its bustling market at Chandni Chowk, its caravanserais and the opulent palaces inside the Red read more
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    Netaji Subhash Marg,Chandni Chowk
    Lal-Qila or Red Fort, is an outstanding structure built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan over a period of nine years beginning in 1639 AD. The Red Fort, with its perfect read more
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    Chandni Chowk
    Lahori Gate was one of the original gates of the walled city of Delhi, built in 1651 along with the rest of the city. It was so named because it was in the direction of read more
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    Lahori Gate
    Lahori Gate
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    Ghalib’s Haveli, Mir Qasim Jaan Gali , Ballimaran, Chandni Chowk
    A little over a century and four decades, have passed since the death of Ghalib but his poetry continues to be relevant and finds space in common conversations even read more
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    Lodhi Road, Lodhi Colony
    Lodi Garden is one of the historical gardens in Delhi. It was urbanized during the British Period and was inaugurated on 9th April 1936. Initially named as Lady read more
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    Chawri Bazar
    The tomb of Razia Sultan liesnear the Turkman Gate area within the BulbuliKhana locality. This area is at close proximity to Sitaraam Bazaar and can be approached from read more
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    Mehrauli Archaeological Park, Opposite Qutub Minar Metro Station, Anuvrat Marg, Mehrauli,
    This early Mughal complex consists of a mosque and a tomb built by the sixteenth century poet, traveler, and Sufi Sheikh Fazlullah who wrote under the pen name of read more
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    Ajmere Gate
    Ghaziuddin was a powerful minister and nobleman in the imperial courts of Emperor Aurangzeb and his successors, Bahadur Shah, Jahander Shah and Farrukhsiyar. His real read more
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    Opposite Dargah, Nizamuddin, Mathura Road
    Humayun's tomb is the tomb of the Mughal Emperor Humayun. The tomb was commissioned by Humayun's first wife Bega Begum, in 1569-70, and designed by Mirak Mirza Ghiyas, a read more
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    Mehrauli
    It is a water storage reservoir or tank built in AD 1230 by Shamsuddin Iltutmish, the second of the slave rulers of the Delhi Sultanate. It is believed that Iltutmish read more
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    Lok Sabha Marg, Gokul Nagar,Central Secretariat, India Gate
    Located in the North-Western side of Vijay Chowk, close to Rashtrapati Bhavan, stands the imposing figure in the shape of Parliament House. A circular colonnaded read more
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    Anuvrat Marg,Mehrauli
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    Shanti Swaroop Tyagi Marg, Model Town
    This park, located on the Burari road, is the site where the three Imperial Durbars were held. The most important Darbar of 1911 when the capital of British India was read more
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    Near Mehrauli
    Among the many historical monuments and archaeological remains in Delhi, the most notable both in terms of its antiquity and arresting design is the Qutb Complex in read more
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    Sundar Nagar,Mathura Road
    After the death of Babur, the founder of the Mughal dynasty, his son Humayun ascended to the throne in 1530 AD. Three years into his rule, the new emperor laid the read more
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    GT. Karnal Road, Near Shakti Nagar
    Tripolia Gateway is a set of two facing gateways, one of the several historic gates to be found in Delhi. Situated on the Grand Trunk Road in north Delhi, the gateways read more
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    Near Kamla Nagar Clock Tower
    Roshanara begum was the second daughter of the Mughal emperor Shahjahan and his beloved wife MumtazMahal. It is a well-known fact that during the struggle for the read more
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    Mutiny Memorial, Near Adarsh Nagar Metro Station
    Very little remains of this late Mughal period inn except two gates that must have stood at its either end and the foundations of the surrounding cells. The area between read more
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    Badli Ki Serai
    Badli Ki Serai
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    Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, Chandni Chowk
    Feroz Shah Kotla, one of Delhi`s well known cricket stadium overlooks a 14th century citadel, known as Feroz Shah Kotla, from which the stadium gets its name. Also known read more
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    Shamnath Road, North of Inter State Bus Terminal ISBT, Near Kashmiri Gate
    The area immediately north of Shahjahanabad was a favorite place for Mughal royalty and nobility to build their pleasure gardens right through the reign of Shahjahan read more
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    Ashoka Road, Hanuman Road Area, Connaught Place
    Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is situated in Cannaught Place area, the heart of New Delhi. The gold-plated dome of gurudwara Bangla Saheb looks beautiful. It is counted among read more
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    Lodi Estate, Lodi Colony
    In a city where you are more likely to run into a 14th century tomb than a good coffee shop, it is quite normal that you haven`t heard about Najaf Khan`s Tomb. What is read more
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    Chandni Chowk
    If you walk from Fatehpuri Masjid down the Church Mission Road, the first lane on your right is Kucha Ghasi Ram. Walking into it, you will soon find yourself at a fork read more
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    Sansad Marg,Connaught Place
    Maharajah Jai Singh II of Jaipur constructed five similar astronomical observatories in west central India between 1727 and 1734—they are located in Delhi, read more
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    Kashmere Gate
    This gateway is all that remains of the British magazine that was destroyed during the siege of 1857. Also located close by were the magazine stores ammunition, read more
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    Raisina Hills, India Gate
    Rashtrapati Bhawan or the official home to the President of India is one work of art in itself. The four storied structure designed by Sir Lutyens, stands on Raisina read more
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    Tughlakabad
    Explore Tughluqabad, the third and the most formidable city of Delhi. It isn't the longest running nor the largest, and until recently, it was not very well remembered read more
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    Kashmere Gate
    Dara Shikoh, Shahjahan`s favorite son and heir apparent to the Mughal throne exhibited a keen interest in architecture just like his father. He is known to have read more
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  • Tourist Spots Places of Worship Monuments
    Shambhu Dayal Bagh , Bahapur, Kalkaji
    Lotus Temple is a Bahá'í House of Worship, built in 1986. Notable for its flowerlike shape, it serves as the Mother Temple of the Indian subcontinent and read more
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