I was on a cycle tour to view this. starting of the tour this is one of the six gate which shows the entrance of delhi in ancient times.
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Easy way to get here is by Metro to New Delhi Railway station. This is one of the several gates in the walled city of Delhi, built by mughal invadors. Sure, there's are historical details about this monument, all available on net. The gate stands...More
I pass to this place almost everyday. It was a gate for delhi once 100 years back when Delhi was under mughal rule. But now it dsnt have any significant. It's always closed you can't enter this place to see closely. It's near New Delhi...More
It is a arched gate near Chandni Chowk area of Delhi. It's lead to the Road heading towards Ajmir of Rajasthan. Mughal emperor Shah Jahan built it as a part of the imperial city Sahajanabad. There is a park beside the gate still exist with...More
Heavily crowded place in Old Delhi. One time it use to be very popular place. This Gate is located very near to the New Delhi Railway Station. Built during 1600 by Mughals . It is witnessed to the mutiny of 1857. Historical place.
The Gate stands at a vantage point.It is next to the New Delhi Railway Station and one can start a walk of Shahajanabad from this majestic gate.Built in 1644 and having high arch openings it symbolises the construction on the lines of other Mughal Gates......One...More
Most of the people passing through this monument will not give it a second look. Understandably so as it is out of bound for visitors and most of the people around it will not know much of its history. I made a point to explore...More
It used be a significant place in delhi in old times but now its just a gate with so much of traffic around. Its more of a landmark than a monument