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Monuments in Delhi

Delhi has a vast history which dates back to the first millennium BC, when it was known as Indraprastha. Delhi was bruised ravaged, invaded and ruled by dynasties over centuries. Its wealth looted, its riches snatched! However, the rulers and invaders built some wonderful monuments in Delhi that illustrate the history of the city in vivid detail.

So if Delhi is in your itinerary, the famous historical monuments in Delhi should be in your must visit list. Delhi has innumerable monuments, each one having a story of its own! The list of monuments in Delhi is as enormous as the history of the city. Delhionline has listed all the monuments that make the city a historian's paradise!

Rajghat

The Light has gone out of our lives", sighed Jawaharlal Nehru on the demise of the Father of the Nation. Even after more than 65 years of his death, Gandhism/ Gandhigiri is still fresh in the minds of people. The Rajghat echoes the same glorious history of a National hero and an International inspiration, The Mahatma.

On 31st January 1948, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi’s last rites were performed here. Amidst the refreshing green surroundings,the memorial of Gandhi is place. It is square in shape and made of black marble stone. His last words 'Hey Ram' are inscribed in golden letters on it.
For more on Rajghat, click here

Humayun's Tomb

The Humayun’s Tomb houses the graves of many famous Mughals. The Tomb is an amazing combo of flamboyance and mysticism. Built in 1565 A.D, this UNESCO Heritage site displays one of the finest Indo-Islamic architectural designs. For more on Humayun's tomb, click here

Tughlaqabad Fort

The Fort is iconic in its own way and provides a glimpse of the Tughlaq dynasty. The fort and the city were built by Ghiyas-ud-din-Tughlaq. The ruler was so obsessed with the fort that he wanted each laborer of Delhi to work. He got into an altercation with a Sufi who cursed that the fort and the city shall remain abandoned forever.

Present day, the Fort is damaged but still hosts grand stone, rock structures, walls and ruined defensive constructions. It is divided into 3 main sections; a citadel, a palace area and remains of houses. Originally there were more than 50 gates, now only 13 of them exist. The citadel frowns down ominously like some gothic palace over some 6 kms of area and seems to prefer its splendid isolation.

Fore more on Tughlaqabad Fort, click here

Shanti Van

To the north of Rajghat is Shanti Van. India's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru's last rites were performed here on 27th May 1964. A tombstone has been erected on his funeral place. Next to Nehru's memorial lies the tomb of his grandson Sanjay Gandhi, who died in a plane crash in 1980.

Every year school children perform prayer sessions for their beloved “Chacha Nehru” on his Birth and Death Anniversary. (14th November and 27th May)  The place derives its name rightfully from the serene environment and greenery.

For more on Shanti van, click here

Shakti SthalMemorial of Indira Gandhi

This memorial is situated between Rajghat and Shanti Van, commemorating the death of Indira Gandhi on 31st October 1984 and her last rites were performed here on 3rd November 1984. The tomb on her funeral spot is made of grey-red monolithic stone which is a replica of her strong determination and courage.

Quick Facts/ Guide-

Location: Mahatma Gandhi Marg, Near Rajghat, New Delhi
How to Reach: Take an auto rickshaw from Pragati Maidan Metro station (Blue Line).
Open: All days
Timings: 5.00 Am- 7.30 Pm
Entry Fee: None
Photography Charges: None
Approx. distance from Indira Gandhi International Airport: 22 kms
Cab charges from Indira Gandhi International Airport: Rs. 200 - Rs.250 (approx.)
Auto Rickshaw charges from Indira Gandhi International Airport: Rs. 150 - Rs. 200 (approx.)
Nearest Metro Station: Pragati Maidan Metro station


Vijay Ghat

The last rites of India’s second Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri were performed here and a memorial was created.

This place rightfully exudes his modesty and honesty. A loyal follower of Mahatma Gandhi, Shastriji always supported socialist policies. The famous slogan of this unsung hero “Jai Jawan Jai Kisan”, stimulated the entire country.

The place derives its name from his competence in dealing with crucial matters, specially his extraordinary leadership skills during the Indo-Pak war of 1965. After which, Shastriji went to Tashkent in Russia on a peace mission and died of a heart attack. The place has good parking facilities.

Quick Facts/ Guide-

Location: Mahatma Gandhi Marg, Near Rajghat, New Delhi
How to Reach: Take an auto rickshaw from Pragati Maidan Metro station (Blue Line).
Open: All days
Timings: 5.00 Am- 7.30 Pm
Entry Fee: None
Photography Charges: None
Approx. distance from Indira Gandhi International Airport: 20 kms
Cab charges from Indira Gandhi International Airport: Rs. 200 - Rs.250 (approx.)
Auto Rickshaw charges from Indira Gandhi International Airport: Rs. 150 - Rs. 200 (approx.)
Nearest Metro Station: Pragati Maidan Metro station

Safdarjung TombSafdarjung Tomb Architecture

The memorial was built by Nawab Shuja-ud-Daulah who was the son of Mirza Muqim Abul Mansur Khan popularly known as Safdarjung (1739-54), the governor of the province of Awadh under Muhammad Shah (1719-48) and later became his prime minister.

The tomb is roughly on the plans of Humayun's tomb, though much scaled down. It is set in the middle of an extensive garden, which spreads over an area of over 300-sq-metres. The Tomb also has picturesque pavilions namely Moti Mahal, Jangli Mahal, Badshah pasand.
 

Quick Facts/ Guide-

Location: Lodi Road, at the intersection of Safdarjung Road and Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi.
How to reach: Nearest metro station is Jor Bagh (Yellow Line), The tomb is at a distance of around 1km. One can walk towards the Lodi Road red light or can take an auto rickshaw.

Open: Daily
Timings: Sunrise to Sunset
Entry Fee: Rs. 5 per head (for Indian citizens and members of SAARC and BIMESTIC Countries like Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Mauritius, etc.)
Rs. 100 (per head for others)
Free for children up to 15 years of age.
Photography Charges: Free (still camera), Rs.25 (video camera)
Approx. distance from Indira Gandhi International Airport: 14 kms
Cab charges from Indira Gandhi International Airport: Rs. 200 - Rs.250 (approx.)
Auto Rickshaw charges from Indira Gandhi International Airport: Rs. 150 - Rs. 200 (approx.)
Nearest Metro Station: AIIMS

Coronation MemorialCoronation Memorial in Delhi

The Royal Durbar, held in 1911 to announce the accession of George V as the king emperor of India, was held at this place. The red sand stone obelisk reminds the coronation. More than one lakh people had participated in the coronation ceremony. Today it is surrounded by statues of former viceroys, including Lord Hardings and Lord Wellington. The place is used for municipal events nowadays.

Quick Facts/ Guide-

Location: Bhai Parmanand Marg (Burari road) near Kingsway Camp, New Delhi.
How to Reach: Take an auto rickshaw/ Local bus from G.T.B Nagar Metro Station (Yellow Line). The distance is around 3 kms. One can also take a local bus from Jahangir Puri Metro Station (Yellow Line) to reach here in around in 35-40 minutes.
Timings: Sunrise to Sunset
Approx. distance from Indira Gandhi International Airport: 25 kms
Cab charges from Indira Gandhi International Airport: Rs. 350 - Rs.400 (approx.)
Auto Rickshaw charges from Indira Gandhi International Airport: Rs. 250 - Rs. 300 (approx.)
Nearest Metro Station: GTB Nagar.


Architecture of Neela GumbadSabz Burj / Neela Gumbad


Bringing the essence of Central Asia and Iran, this is one of the rare domes consisting of a high drum. Usage of curves creates a sort of dynamism as the dome elegantly crowns the roof of this octagonal building.

Hugely inspired by Persian architecture and built in 16th century, originally this dome was greenish and yellowish in color.

The Archeological Survey of India in a bid to preserve this marvel, replaced the dome with Blue colored tiles. The arches of the structure are wide, built in symmetry creating a balance/ harmony. It was basically used as a police station during the British times. Radiance of the blue color attracts many from distance.

Quick Facts/ Guide-

Location: At the intersection of Lodi Road and Mathura Road, Nizamuddin
New Delhi -110013
How to Reach: The nearest metro station is Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. One can walk to the JLN stadium and take local buses like no. 794, 727 A or 181. One can also cover the distance by walking for about 1.3 km. Alternatively, as this tomb is near the Humayun’s tomb, one can reach here by walking for 5 minutes.
Open: All days
Timings: The structure can be seen anytime.
Entry Fee: Free
Photography Charges: None
Approx. distance from Indira Gandhi International Airport: 16 kms
Cab charges from Indira Gandhi International Airport: Rs. 200 - Rs.250 (approx.)
Auto Rickshaw charges from Indira Gandhi International Airport: Rs. 150 - Rs. 200 (approx.)
Nearest Metro Station: Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium

There are several other monuments in Delhi, which are less significant but nevertheless worth a visit. Furthermore there also  places to visit near Delhi which have a lot of historical importance.

  1. Bastion
    It is where a wall of Jahan panah meets the wall of Rai Pithora fort.
    Location: Adhchini, Aurobindo Marg

  2. Qila Rai Pithora
    It was built by Prithiraj Chauhan, who is also known as Rai Pithora, the son of Someswara and grandson of Visala Deo.
    Location: Adhchini, Aurobindo Marg

  3. Marble Tomb
    It is reputed to be that of Newab BahadurJawid Khan
    Location: Aliganj Village, South Delhi

  4. Lal Bangla
    They are two imperial late-Mughal mausoleums that are under the Archeological Survey of India.
    Location: Babarpur (Kaka  Nagar)

  5. Khair-ul-Manzil
    It was built by Maham Anga, one of the most influential wet nurses of the Mughal Emperor Akbar, in the year 1561.
    Location: Opposite to the Purana Qila and the Delhi Zoo

  6. Kos Minar or Mughal Mile stone
    It was made by the Afghan Ruler Sher Shah Suri and later on by Mughal emperors. They are precious medieval milestones.
    Location: Babarpur Bazipur( Kakanagar)

  7. The Moti Gate of Shershah or Lal Darwaza
    It a building of Sher Shah Suri's time, is 15.5 metres high, built of Delhi quartzite stone, with three staircases leading to different levels of the gate.
    Location: Opposite to Ferozeshah Kotla Stadium

  8. Begampuri Masjid
    It is one of the most beautiful creations of the mughal dynasty, but the carelessness nature of Muhammad-bin-tughlaq ruined the history of Begumpuri Masjid.
    Location: Begampur, near to the Aurbindo Ashram

  9. Phool Chadar aquduct near Najafgarh Jheel aqueduct
    The Phool Chadar aquaduct near Najafgarh Jheel, Once upon a time transferred water from the Yamuna to Shahjahnabad.
    Location: Chaukri Mubarakabad

  10. Lal Gumbad
    It is mughal tomb located at Panchsheel Park in Delhi.
    Location: Chirag Delhi

  11. Tomb of Bahlol Lodi
    It was built by Buhlul Lodi (A. D.1451-88) founder of the Lodi dynasty. The tomb consists of a square chamber, with three arched openings on each side and surmounted by five domes, the central one being larger than the others.
    Location: Chirag Delhi

  12. Ajmeri Gate
    It is one of those five gates that have survived out of 14 gates and is strangely one of Delhi’s most quiet monuments.
    Location: Bazar Ajmeri Gate

  13. Ashoka's pillar
    The Ashoka’s Pilla is a 7 m (23 ft) column, notable for the rust-resistant composition of the metals used in its construction.
    Location: Qutub Minar Complex

  14. Chauburji Mosque
    It was built during reign of Firoz Shah and later modified during Mughal period
    Location: Ridge, Near Kamla Nagar

  15. Delhi Gate
    It is the southern gate of one of the many gates of the historic walled city of Delhi, or Shahjahanabad. The gate is a link between the New Delhi city and old walled city of Delhi.
    Location: Daryaganj

  16. Enclosure containing the grave of Lt. Edwards and others, murdered in 1857.
    Location: North Ridge near flag Staff tower, Civil Lines.

  17. Enclosure wall with Tomb of Najaf  Khan
    Location: Safdarjang Fly over

  18. Flag  Staff Tower
    Flagstaff Tower was built in 1828 as a signal tower. It is a one-room castellated tower.
    Location: 400 yards North of Cheuburji Mosque

  19. Jantar Mantar
    Jantar Mantar is one of five built by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Jaipur, from 1724 onwards.
    Location: Connaught place

  20. Enclosure wall with Tomb of Najaf  Khan
    Location: Safdarjang Fly over

  21. Lothian Road Cemetery
    It is the first British cemetery of Delhi.
    Location: Kashmeri Gate

  22. Mutiny telegraph Memorial
    It is also known as Ajitgarh, and was built in memory of all those who had fought in the Delhi Field Force, British and Indian, during the Indian Rebellion of 1857.
    Location: In front of Old Telegraph Building, Kashmeri Gate

  23. Nicholson (Or Kashmeri Gate) Cemetery
    The Nicholson cemetery was established in 1857 and is named after Brigadier-General John Nicholson. He was a Victorian era military officer who played an important role during the Indian Rebellion of 1857.
    Location: Kashmeri Gate

  24. Nicholson statue and its platform and the surrounding gardens paths and also enclosure wall.
    Location: Outside Kashmeri Gate

  25. Baoli, situated to the west of Hindu Rao's House.
    Location: Ridge, Delhi

  26. Old and historic Entrance Gateway of the Garden.
    Location: Qudsia, Delhi

  27. The Pirghaib to the north and near Hindu Rao's House
    Location: Ridge , Delhi

  28. Portion of City wall near which Brij Jahn Nicholson was mortally Wounded on 14th Sept, 1857.
    Location: Ridge , Delhi

  29. The Punjabi Gate
    It is some 200 m east of the tomb of Roshanara Begam daughter of Shahjahan and is separated from tomb by water channel and walk ways.
    Location: Opposite Municipal Board school, Subji Mandi

  30. Purana Quila
    It is one of the oldest fort among all forts in Delhi
    Location: Near Delhi Zoo

  31. The remaining gateways of the old Magazira with the buildings adjoined to it.
    Location: The post office , Delhi

  32. Sher shah's gate with Bastions and adjoinining curon walls, the remains of the double line of structure to its front
    Location: Opposite Purana Qila immediately North-east of the Khairul Manazil Mosque

  33. Site of Siege battery
    It is known as the Sammy House Battery and bears the following Inscriptions - Battery , Sammy house, Major Remington  Tank, RA Commanding armament 89 pounds. To command ground near Mori Bastion.
    Location: 300 Yards East of mutiny memorial

  34. Site of siege Battery with inscription.
    Location: East of the Hospital in police Line

  35. Site of siege Battery with inscription.
    Location: Compound of Curzon House

  36. Site of siege Battery with inscription.
    Location: In the garden near south west entrance to Delhi Club Ground

  37. Sunehri Masjid
    It is an Indian mosque also known as the Golden Mosque built in 1721 by Roshan-ud-Daula Zafar Khan. It is once an imperial boulevard leading to the Red Fort.
    Location: Near Delhi Fort

  38. Tomb of Capt. Mac. Barnatt & others who fall in an attack on Kishanganj
    Location: Near Pratap Nagar

  39. Tughlaqabad Fort
    It was built by Ghiyas-ud-din Tughlaq, the founder of Tughlaq dynasty, of the Delhi Sultanate of India in 1321.
    Location: Tughlaqabad

  40. Tripolia Gateways
    It is the only three-arched historical gateway in Delhi
    Location: Delhi-Karnal Road

  41. Ugrasen Ki Baoli
    It measures 60 m long north-south and 15 m wide at the ground level, and built with rubble and dressed stones, it is one of the finest baolis in Delhi.
    Location: Near Jantar Mantar

  42. Bag-I-Alam Gumbad with a Mosque
    It is one of the most beautifully built Lodhi-era buildings.
    Location: Humayunpur

  43. Kali Gumti
    It is a small domed building, with a predominant blackish shade.
    Location: Deer Park, Hauz Khas

  44. Tefewala Gumbad
    It is another Lodi period tomb inside Deer Park.
    Location: Deer Park, Hauz Khas

  45. Arab Sarai
    It was built by Haji Begum, the widow of Humayun in 1560-61
    Location: Patti, Ghiapur in Hauz Inderpat

  46. The Gate way of Arab Sarai facing North towards Purana Qila
    Location: Near Arab Sarai Village

  47. The Gate way of Arab Sarai facing East towards the tomb of Humayun
    Location: Near Arab Sarai Village

  48. Remainig Gateways of Arab Sarai and of Abadi-Bagh-Buhalima
    Location: Near Arab Sarai Village

  49. Lakhar wal Gumbad (Tomb)
    Location: Inderpat Estate (Sunder Nursery), Near Delhi Public School, Mathura Road, Nizamuddin

  50. Sunderwala Burj
    It is a part of the larger Humayun's Tomb
    Location: Inderpat Estate (Sunder Nursery)

  51. Sunderwala Mahal
    It is a beautiful symmetrical 16th century tomb which was initiated to restore the tomb's unique geometrical form.
    Location: Inderpat Estate (Sunder Nursery)

  52. Neighbouring domes, Bijay Mandal, dalan and buildings to north of Begumpur
    Location: In village Kalusarai (Sarvapriya Vihar)

  53. Old Lodi Bridge
    Location: Near tomb of Sikander Lodi, Khairpur

  54. The tomb of Mohammed Shah known as Mubarak Khan- Ka-Gumbaz
    Location: Khairpur

  55. Tomb of Sikander Lodi with its enclosure wall and bastions, compound and gates
    Location: Khairpur

  56. Unknown tomb with blue tiles decoration known as Shisha Gumbad
    Location: Khairpur

  57. Bandi or Poti ka Gumbad III-280
    Location: Kharera village between Hauz Khas and Qutab road

  58. Biran-Ka-Gumbad-282
    Location: Kharera village between Hauz Khas and Qutab road

  59. Biwi or Dadi-ka-Gumbad-281
    Location: Kharera village between Hauz Khas and Qutab road

  60. Chor Minar No. 289 Vol III
    Location: Kharehra (Hauz Khas Enclave)

  61. Tomb and Mosque of Maulana Jamali Kamali
    Location: Mehrauli

  62. Wall mosque
    Location: Mehrauli

  63. Walls of Lal Kot and Rai Pithora's fort at the point where they meet together
    Location: Near Jamali Kamali's Mosque Mehrauli Kh. No. 1754, Loddho Sarai Kh.No. 86,87

  64. Wall of Rai Pithora's fort including gateways and bastions
    Location: Mehrauli

  65. Gates and walls of Mubarakpur, Kotla in village Mubarakpur
    Location: Village Mubarakpur, Kotla

  66. Moti-ki-Masjid
    Location: Behind south extension Part II.

  67. Choti Gunti
    Location: Kharehra village Green Park

  68. Idgah of Kharehra No. 287, Vol III
    Location: Kharehra village, Hauz Khas Enclave

  69. Nili Mosque
    Location: Kharehra village

  70. Hauz Khas Enclave
    Location: Sakri Gumti-284

  71. Kharehra village
    Location: Green Park

  72. Khirkee Masjid
    Location: Village Khirkee

  73. Satpula-III –216
    Location: Village Khirkee

  74. Usuf-Quttal
    Location: At Khirkee in field no.81 min, Property of Shamlat deh

  75. Jahaz Mahal
    Location: Mehrauli

  76. Shamsid Tallab together with platform entrance gates.
    Location: Mehrauli

  77. Moti Masjid
    Location: Mehrauli

  78. Old Palace of Bahadur Shah II alias Lal Mahal in Mehrauli
    Location: Mehrauli

  79. Tomb of Adam Khan (Rest House)
    Location: Mehrauli

  80. Inchla Wali Gunti
    Location: Village Mubarakpur, Kotla

  81. Kala Gumbad
    Location: Village Mubarakpur, Kotla

  82. Tombs of Bade-Khan, and Mubarakpur Kotla, Kotla
    Location: Village Mubarakpur, Kotla

  83. Tombs of Chote Khan, Mubarakpur
    Location: Kotla

  84. Tomb of Mubarik in Mubarakpur, Kotla
    Location: Village Mubarakpur, Kotla

  85. Mosque attached to Mubarak shah Tomb
    Location: Village Mubarakpur, Kotla

  86. Tomb of Bhura Khan
    Location: Village Mubarakpur, Kotla

  87. Tin Burji Walla Gumbad
    Location: Mohammed pur village II, 304

  88. Munda Gumbad
    Location: Munrika

  89. The Afsah-walla-ki-Masjid situated outside the west gate of Humayun's tomb with its dalans and paved court bounded on the east by Humayun's tomb on the west by Abadi Arab Sarai on the north by road and Khasra No. 252 and on the south by Abadi Arab Sarai
    Location: Nizammudin

  90. Bara Khamba outside north entrance to shrine
    Location: Nizammudin

  91. Bara Pulah bridge near Nizammudin
    Location: South of Nizammudin

  92. Ruined line of walls, bastions & gateways of siri Kh. No. 88, 265 &447 at village Shahpur Jat
    Location: Shahpur Jat

  93. Nai-ka-kot
    Location: Tughlaqabad. Kotla

  94. Tomb of Mohammed Tughlaqa badshah
    Location: Badarpur Zail

  95. Walls of old city of Tughlaqabad
    Location: Badarpur Zail

  96. Walls, gateways bastions and internal buildings of both inner and outer citadels of Tughlaqabad fort
    Location: Tughlaqabad

  97. Walls, gate and bastions of Adilabad (Mohammadbad) and causeway leading there to from Tughlaqabad.
    Location: Tughlaqabad.

  98. Mound known as Jaga Bai comprise in part of surve plot no. 167
    Location: Jamia nagar

  99. Ashoka rock Edict
    Location: East of Kailash colony

  100. Mandi Mosque
    Location: Ladho Sarai

  101. Rajon-ki-Bain with Mosque and Chhatri
    Location: Ladho Sarai

  102. Badun Gate
    Location: Ladho Sarai

  103. Gateway of Lal kot
    Location: Ladho Sarai

  104. Gateway of Rai Pithoria's fort
    Location: Ladho Sarai

  105. Walls of Rai Pithora's fort and Jahan Panah at the point where they meet together
    Location: Lado Sarai

  106. Tomb of Sultan Ghari
    Location: Nalikpur Kohi

  107. Enlosure containing the tomb of Shah Alam Bahadur Shah, Shah Alam to and Akbar Shah II
    Location: Mehrauli

  108. Houz Shamsi with central red stone pavilion situated at Mehrauli in field No. 157-81, 1586-97, 1614 &1624
    Location: Mehrauli

  109. Anceint Mosque
    Location: Palam

  110. Chausath Khamba and tomb of Mirza Nizammudin Aziz-ka-Kokaltash
    Location: Nizammudin

  111. Grave of Jahanara Begum
    Location: Nizammudin

  112. Grave of Mohammed Shah
    Location: Nizammudin

  113. Grave of Mirza Jahangir
    Location: Nizammudin

  114. Nila Gumbad located outside the south corner of the enclosure of Humayun's tomb (Kh. No. 243) bounded on the east by Kh. No. 182, on the west by Humayun's tomb, on the north by Kh. No. 181 & on the south by Kh. No. 244 of Miri Singh
    Location: Nizammudin

  115. Tomb of Afsar-wala immediately near to the south of Afsar-wala-ki-Masjid
    Location: Nizammudin

  116. Tomb of Atgah Khan
    Location: Nizammudin

  117. Tomb of Khan-i-Khana
    Location: Nizammudin

  118. Tomb with three domes near Rly.Station
    Location: Nizammudin

  119. Sikargah Kushak-II -327
    Location: Old Kushak Village

  120. Gateways of Badli-Ki-Sarai
    Location: Village Pipalthala

  121. Tomb of Sheikh Kaburuddin
    It is also known as Rakabwala Gumbad in field no.84 min. situated at sarai Shah 31 property of Thoks Shahpur and Adhehini
    Location: Malviyanagar

  122. Sheesh Mahal
    Location: Shalimarbagh

  123. Ashokan Pillar
    Location: On the Ridge between Hindu Rao Hospital

  124. Sarai Shahji
    Location: Malaviya Nagar

  125. Azim Khan Tomb
    Location: Lado Sarai

  126. Mazar of Sheikh Muhammad Ibrahim Zauq
    Location: ChindBagh, Kadam Sherif, Paharganj, Delhi

  127. Fortification Wall Asad Burj, Water gate, Delhi Gate, Lahori Gate, Jahangiri Gate, Chhattra Bazar, Baoli
    Location: Red Fort, Delhi

  128. Gates, Fortification walls, Ancient Buildings and Bastions of Salimgarh Fort
    Location: Bela Road

  129. City Wall of Shahajanabad
    Location: Ansari Road

  130. Sat Narain Bhawan
    Location: Delhi Sadhora Khurd, Dina Nath Marg, Roshanara Road, New Delhi.

  131. Khan's Tomb & Jamli Kamali
    Location: Lado Sarai, Mehrauli, Delhi

  132. Unknown Tomb in the vicinitty of Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium
    Location: Pragati Vihar, New Delhi

  133. Mazar of Mirza Ghalib
    Location: Nizammudin

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    Ritica Rozario from Dwarka 1080 Days ago

    I have visited Humayun's Tomb.We stopped here with On The Go Tours and the monument is beautiful. The grounds are well kept, clean and well worth visiting.

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    Aprajita from Gurgaon 1291 Days ago

    can you please suggest me how can i reach humayun tomb?

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    Delhionline.in Expertfrom 1283 Days ago

    You will get all the details here

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