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Top places of interest

Here is a list of just a few of the places of interest that you can find on our offline map.

Tomb of Adham Khan

Adham Khan's Tomb the 16th-century tomb of Adham Khan, a general of the Mughal Emperor Akbar. He was the younger son of Maham Anga, Akbar's wet nurse thus also his foster brother. However, when Adham Khan murdered Akbar’s favourite general Ataga Khan i...

Jahaz Mahal

One reason for building the Jahaz Mahal retreat was to provide transit accommodation as a Sarai or (inn) to the large number of pilgrims from Afghanistan, Arabia, Iran, Iraq, Morocco and Turkey who came to Delhi to visit the many Muslim shrines. Anothe...

Khirki Mosque

Khirki Fort, approached from the Khirki village in South Delhi and close to the Satpula or the seven arched bridge on the edge of southern wall of Jahapanah (the fourth city of Medieval Delhi), was a mosque built by Khan-i-Jahan Junan Shah, the Prime M...

Tripolia Gates

Tripolia Gates are two historical gateways of similar form located at GT Karnal Road, Delhi. These are triple passage gateways situated 250 meters apart in the area between Rana Pratap Bagh and Gur Mandi in North Delhi. These structures were made by Na...

Golden Mosque (Red Fort)

The mosque was constructed between 1747 and 1751 by the order of Qudsia Begum for Nawab Bahadur Javed Khan, a nobleman during the reign of the Emperor Ahmad Shah Bahadur. Qudsia Begum was the mother of Emperor Ahmad Shah Bahadur. Javed Khan was the sup...

Mutiny Memorial

Erected by the Public Works Department at government expense in 1863 the memorial was hastily designed and constructed. It received much public criticism on completion. In 1972, the 25th anniversary of India's Independence, the Indian Government rename...

Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar is located in the modern city of New Delhi. It consists of 13 architectural astronomy instruments. The site is one of five built by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Jaipur, from 1723 onwards, as he was given by Mughal emperor Muhammad Shah the ta...

Flagstaff Tower

Flagstaff Tower is a one-room, castellated tower, built around 1828 as a signal tower. It is located in Kamla Nehru Ridge near the North Campus of Delhi University in Delhi. It was here that many Europeans and their families sheltered on May 11, 1857, ...

Delhi Gate

Delhi Gate is the southern gate of many in the historic walled city of (Old) Delhi, or Shahjahanabad. The gate links the New Delhi city with the old walled city of Delhi. It stands in the middle of the road, at the end of Netaji Subhash Chandra Road (o...


Barakhamba, also known as Barakhamba Monument, is a 14th-century tomb building from the Tughlaq period that is located in New Delhi, India. Barakhamba means '12 Pillars' in Urdu and Hindi languages. The name has also been used for an upscale modern met...

Tomb of Bahlul Lodi

The tomb is constructed in rubble masonry. The roof is crowned by five domes, the central one being fluted. The tomb chamber is surmounted by a dome of red sandstone surrounded by a broad dripstone : it has been much modernized at various times. A Gold...


Jahanpanah was the fourth medieval city of Delhi established in 1326–1327 by Muhammad bin Tughlaq (1321–51), of the Delhi Sultanate. To address the constant threat of the Mongols, Tughlaq built the fortified city of Jahanpanah (meaning in Persian: “Ref...

Kos Minar

Kos Minars became an institution during the rule of the Mughals that Emperor Jahangir and Shah Jahan,following in their predecessors footsteps added to the existing network of Kos Minars. In the north they were extended as far as Peshawar and in the ea...

Lal Bangla

Lal Bangla consists of two tombs made out of red and yellow sandstone. One of the tombs contains two graves, believed to be that of Lal Kunwar, the mother of Shah Alam II (1759-1806) and Begum Jaan, his daughter. Both mausoleums consist of square ro...

Nizamuddin Dargah

The neighborhood surrounding the dargah is named after the saint, and is divided into two parts along Mathura Road: Nizamuddin West where the Dargah complex and a lively market dominated by Muslim vendors is located, and Nizamuddin East, an upper-Nizam...

Kotla Mubarakpur Complex

Kotla Mubarakpur Complex, a medieval village, is now an upscale market place with a residential colony in South Delhi. The village Kotla Mubarakpur dominates Bainsla gotra of Gurjars, India. Classified by the Delhi Development Authority (D.D.A.) as an ...

Khooni Darwaza

The Khooni Darwaza (Bloody Gate) earned its name after the three princes of the Mughal dynasty - Bahadur Shah Zafar's sons Mirza Mughal and Mirza Khizr Sultan and grandson Mirza Abu Bakht, were shot by a British soldier, Major William Hodson on Septemb...

Khairul Manazil

Khairul Manazil or Khair-ul-Manazil is a historical mosque built in 1561 CE in New Delhi, India. The mosque is situated in the opposite of Purana Qila on Mathura Road, south east to Sher Shah Gate. The gateway of the mosque was made by red sandstone fo...

Kashmiri Gate

The Kashmere Gate or Kashmiri Gate is a gate located in Delhi, it is the northern gate to the historic walled city of Delhi. Built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, the gate is so named because it used to start a road that led to Kashmir. Now it is ...

Jama Masjid

The Masjid-i Jahān-Numā (World-reflecting Mosque), commonly known as the Jama Masjid of Delhi, is one of the largest mosques in India. It was built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan between 1644 and 1656 at a cost of 1 million rupees, and was inaugurated...









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