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Mirza Ghalib's Tomb
The grave of Mirza Asadullah Khan 'Ghalib,' (1797-1869) is located north of the enclosure of Chaunsath Khamba, close to the Nizamuddin shrine in Nizamuddin West. Mirza Ghalib, as he is popularly known, is considered the Urdu Shakespeare and was the greatest poet of the nineteenth century. He was a great writer of ghazals, the lyrical love poems of Urdu. He was a friend of the Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah 'Zafar' and was appointed the teacher of Bahadur Shah II.

Moth-Ki-Masjid
Built by Miyan Bhuwa, a minister during the reign of Sikandar Lodi (1517-26) in the early 16th century, Moth-ki-Masjid is located behind one of the modern localities of the capital, South Extension Part II. Situated in the village named Masjid Moth, the mosque can be reached either by taking the Khel Gaon Marg through the Uday Park area or the Aurobindo Marg alongside Yusuf-Sarai.

Mubarak Shah's Tomb
Located in the Kotla Mubarakpur area, behind the plush South Extension Part I locality, Mubarak Shah's tomb is considered to be one of the finest examples of octagonal Sayyid tombs. The tomb can be reached either by taking the August Kranti Marg or the Ring Road through the Gurdwara Road. Built around 1434 when Mubarak Shah Sayyid, the second ruler of the Sayyid dynasty died, the tomb is today survived by its southern gate and a mosque to the west.

Museum of the Archaeological Survey of India
Diwan-i-Am: Raised on arches supported by pillars and with a fašade of nine engraved arch openings, the Diwan-i-Am is the next structure, which one comes across, inside the fort complex. It is the Hall of Public Audience where the emperor received the general public and listened to their complaints. Justice was carried out at once and various methods were used to punish the convict, including beheading! It houses a marble canopy or baldachin under which stood the throne of the Emperor.

Mutiny Memorial
The Mutiny Memorial is located on Rani Jhansi Road, about 500 meters south of Hindu Rao Hospital on the Northern Ridg. The British built this octagonal tapering tower of red sandstone in 1863. Now known as Ajitgarh, Its architecture shows a 'Gothic influence.'

National Children's Museum
National Children's Museum in Bal Bhawan Complex on Kotla Marg is an appealing museum for children where they are informed about India's tradition, culture and life in an interesting manner taking into consideration a child's psychology.

National Gallery of Modern Art
Housed in the imposing former residential palace of Maharaja of Jaipur, National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA) is situated at the eastern end of Rajpath near India Gate administered by the Government of India. Inaugurated on March 29, 1954, the gallery has a wonderful collection of around 15000 paintings, sculptures and works of arts by Indian as well as international artists.

National Gandhi Museum
Just opposite the 'samadhi' of Mahatma Gandhi at Rajghat lies the National Gandhi Museum (Rashtriya Gandhi Sangrahalaya), the two storey museum which has a very rich collection of photographs, relics, memorabilia closely connected with Mahatma Gandhi, books, journals and documents, audio-visual materials, exhibitions and art pieces.

National Philatelic Museum
Located in Dak Bhawan, Sardar Patel Chowk on Parliament Street or Sansad Marg, National Philatelic Museum can aptly be described as a 'philatelist's paradise'. The museum has an extensive collection of rare stamps of pre and post independence period.

National Police Museum
Established in 1991, National Police Museum is located at the CBI headquarters in CGO Complex. It is an interesting museum for all those who are curious to know how police work, investigate crimes, and keep vigilance. The museum has some very fascinating exhibits on display related to serious crimes and their investigation.

National Science Center
National Science Centre, on the main Bhairon Road, before the gate no-1 of Pragati Maidan is one of the largest and best science centres of National Council of Science Museum (NCSM) with good scientific models, participatory exhibits, interesting artifacts on display. Established with the aim to create and develop interest of the students in the field of science, a visit to the centre would be a fun as well as learning for anybody.

Nehru Memorial Museum
Nehru Memorial Museum is located in one of the most imposing and stately buildings of Lutyen's New Delhi, Teen Murti Bhavan on Teen Murti Road. Originally the official home of the British commander-in-chief of the Indian army, this graceful colonial building became the residence of India's first Prime Minister and national leader, Jawaharlal Nehru, who lived here for sixteen years.

Nehru Planetarium
Located within the premises of Teen Murti House on Teen Murti Road, Nehru Planetarium was established on 6th February 1984 with the aim to promote space education and astronomy among the common people especially the youth of the region. The planetarium has a good sky theatre with the capacity of seating 270 viewers at a time for screening taped and live public shows on various cosmic topics like informing about the cosmic heritage, the solar system or history of a particular star.

Nicholson Cemetery
A few meters west from the Kashmiri Gate Interstate Bus Terminal (ISBT), at the northeastern end of Boulevard Road, is one of the earliest British cemeteries in Delhi, the Nicholson Cemetery.

Nigambodh Gate
The last of the remaining gates of the old walled city is Nigambodh Gate. Located on northeastern edge the city on the Ring Road near the Yamuna Bazaar, Nigambodh Gate derives its name from the popular Nigambodh Ghat. According to the legend the ghat belongs to the period of Mahabharata. It was on this ghat that Lord Brahma is said to have bathed and recovered his lost memory and sacred books and thus the name Nigambodh Ghat, meaning realization of knowledge.

Nili Masjid
Kasaumbhil, a nurse by profession built the Nili Masjid or the blue mosque in about 1505-06 during the reign of Sikandar Lodi (1489-1517). She was the nurse of Fath Khan, the son of Khan-i-Azam Masnad, the governor of Delhi. Located within the Hauz Khas Enclave, the central chamber of the mosque is all that is left at present.

North and South Block
Built on Raisina Hill either side of Rajpath, North and South Block, also known as the Secretariat Buildings are among the most impressive state office buildings of the world. North Block houses the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Ministry of Finance while South Block houses the Ministry of External Affairs.

Old Secretariat
Located on the main Ring Road (Mahatma Gandhi Road), just near the Civil Lines Metro Station is the Old Secretariat, the present seat of the Delhi Legislative Assembly (Vidhan Sabha). Designed by E. Montague Thomas, the building was constructed in 1912 to house the secretariat after the British capital shifted from Calcutta (Kolkata) to Delhi.

Parliament House
Parliament House, located at the end of the Parliament Street is an imposing circular colonnaded building where the representatives of world's largest democracy meets and decides the fate of the over 1 billion people of India. Though just one storey tall, the building stands 75 feet high and measures 570 feet in diameter. It was originally planned to be just an extension of the Viceroy's House (Rashtrapati Bhavan) but after the Montague-Chelmsford reforms of 1919, it was designated as a Parliament House or Legislative Assembly of the country.

Pir Ghaib
Southwest of Chauburji Masjid in the grounds of Hindu Rao Hospital lies a rubble built double storey structure, with the remains of a Baoli or step well. It is located in a neighborhood popularly known as Pir Ghaib, which means 'Vanishing Saint'. Built around 1630 AD by Feroz Shah Tughlaq as a part of his either Kushk-i-Shikar (hunting lodge) or Kushk-i-Jahan Numa (world showing palace), the monument is so called after a saint who suddenly disappeared while meditating at the cenotaph in the northern apartment of the monument.

Purana Qila
Located on the eastern side of India Gate and north of Humayun's tomb, the Purana Qila occupies the ancient mound, which perhaps conceals the ruins of the city of Indraprastha of the Indian epic, the Mahabharata. Emperor Humayun laid the foundations of a city named Dinpanah or 'Refuge of the Faithful' here, in 1534, and the inner citadel of this city is the Purana Qila.

Qila Rai Pithora
The Chauhan prince of Sakambhari, Vigraharaja IV captured Delhi from the Tomar Rajputs in the latter half of the 12th century. The grandson of Vigraharaja IV, Prithviraja Chauhan III, built Qila Rai Pithora, the first city of Delhi, by extending the citadel of Lal Kot, and constructing huge ramparts and moats around it. The city derived its name from the title of Prithviraja Chauhan and thus came to be known as Qila Rai Pithora, with Lal Kot as its southwestern base.

Qudsia Bagh
Qudsia Bagh is located on the main Shamnath Road, north of Inter State Bus Terminal (ISBT), and near Kashmiri Gate. The garden dates back to the mid-eighteenth century. Laid by Nawab Qudsia Begum in 1748, the dancing girl who later became wife of Emperor Muhammad Shah, the garden once housed a palace, waterfall, a mosque, a summer lodge and a beautiful flower and fruit garden.

Qutab Minar
The origins of Qutab Minar are shrouded in controversy. Some believe it was erected as a tower of victory to signify the beginning of the Muslim rule in India. Others say it served as a minaret to the muezzins to call the faithful to prayer. No one can, however, dispute that the tower is not only one of the finest monuments in India, but also in the world.

Raj Ghat
The Raj Ghat is the last resting place of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi. The place is not far away from the banks of River Yamuna. Mahatma Gandhi was cremated here on 31st January 1950 following his assassination on 30th January 1950 by Nathu Ram Godse. the memorial stone is a simple square platform made of black stone. The last words uttered by Mahatma "Hey Ram" are inscribed near the black platform. An eternal flame keeps burning in a copper urn in the Raj Ghat.

Rajon-ki-Bain and Mosque
Located just behind the local bus station, about 400 meters away from Gandhak-ki-baoli in the Archaeological Survey of India Park are the Rajon-ki-Bain and Mosque. These Lodi era monuments are in state of serious neglect with massive outgrowth of wild vegetation in and around the structures.

Rajpath
Earlier known as the ceremonial Kingsway, Rajpath, which is 2.4 kilometer long, was planned as the central avenue of Sir Edwin Lutyen's New Delhi. The street is so well designed that even after more than six decades, the central vista of Delhi offers a very open feel to its visitors. It is lined with beautiful ponds, large green lawns and trees on both sides, which makes the environment cool and pleasant.

Ahinsa Sthal
Ahinsa Sthal is located on the main Mehrauli Road at the peak of a small hill, 14km southwest of Connaught Place. It is situated at the intersection of Mehrauli Badarpur Road and Aurobindo Marg. This place of non-violence or peace as the name suggests is so named because a 14 feet large statue of Lord Mahavira stands here and it is now considered a sacred place by followers of Jainism. The statue was set up here in the mid-1980s and the area around the sculpture has been developed into a lush green park, over time.

Rashtrapati Bhavan
Rashtrapati Bhavan is the official residence of the President of India. Built on a very large scale - 600 meters long and 180 meters wide - it was the former residence of the Viceroy of India during the British regime. Lord Irwin was the first occupant of this building. Rashtrapati Bhavan was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and built on Raisina hill, which he saw as an Indian Acropolis with the Viceroy's house as the Parthenon.

Roshnara Bagh and Tomb
Located north of Old Delhi, Roshnara Bagh and tomb can be reached by taking the Grand Trunk Road (National Highway 1) and then the Roshnara Road near Kamla Nagar Clock Tower and Old Subzi Mandi (vegetable market). One of the most beautiful Mughal gardens of its time, Roshnara, the younger daughter of Shah Jahan laid this pleasure garden and tomb with a number of pavilions in 1650.

Safdarjang's Tomb
Built in 1753-54 by Shuja-ud-Daula, Nawab of Awadh for his father Mirza Muqim Abul Mansur Khan, who was known as Safdarjang, Safdarjang's Tomb is the last model of the garden-tomb layout, which started with Humayun's tomb. Safdarjang was the viceroy of Awadh under Mohammed Shah and later he became his prime minister too.

Sangeet Natak Akademi
Inaugurated in January 1953 by the first President of India, Dr. Rajendra Prasad, Sangeet Natak Akademi is India's first National Academy for music, dance and drama. It has been 'functioning as the apex body of the performing arts in the country, preserving and promoting the vast intangible heritage of India's diverse culture expressed in the forms of music, dance and drama'. An autonomous body of Ministry of Tourism and Culture, Government of India, the Akademi coordinates and collaborates with different government art institutions and art academies of every state and territory as well as with major cultural institutions of the country.

Sanskriti Museum of Indian Terracotta & Sanskriti Museum of Everyday Art
About couples of miles from Qutab Minar complex in Qutab-Mehrauli area opposite Ayanagar lies the two beautiful museums of Sanskriti Kendra- Sanskriti Museum of Indian Terracotta & Sanskriti Museum of Everyday Art. Both the museums are integral part of Sanskriti Kendra's continuous efforts for the 'preservation and presentation of indigenous heritage, craftsmanship, aesthetic functionality and cultural practices'.

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Shah Alam's Tomb
The tomb of Shah Alam, a renowned saint who lived during the reign of Feroze Shah Tughlaq (1351 - 1388), can be seen in the Wazirabad locality. It is situated at the intersection of the Outer Ring Road and Loni Road near the banks of the Yamuna River. A little beyond the Timarpur area, after crossing the Najafgarh drain or nullah, one reaches some rubble built structures of the mid-14th century. These include the square tomb of Shah Alam and a three-domed mosque.

Shakti Sthal
Located north of Vir Bhumi, the memorial of Rajiv Gandhi, Shakti Sthal is the memorial of India's first and only lady prime minister of India, Indira Gandhi. She was the only child of Jawahar Lal Nehru, India's first prime minister. She was the third Prime Minister of India and occupied the post for nearly three terms. It was during her third term as prime minister that her own bodyguards assassinated her, in the year 1984.

Shalimar Bagh
Shalimar Bagh is located off Gyan Shakti Mandir Road near BH block in the Shalimar Bagh suburb of Delhi adjacent to the Haiderpur villages. This area was earlier known as Azizabad, after a mistress of Shah Jahan. Popularly known as Sheesh Mahal (central pavilion of the garden) Park among the local population, the garden and the palace were constructed by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, in 1653.

Shankar's International Dolls Museum
Set up in 1965 in the building of Children's Book Trust, Shankar's International Dolls Museum or Delhi Dolls Museum has today over 6500 dolls on display representing the social life and culture of over 85 countries of the world. Inaugurated by the President of India, Dr. S. Radhakrishan and named after its creator, the renowned political cartoonist, K Shankar Pillai, the museum has one of the largest collections of costume dolls in the world.

Shanti Van
Located north of Shakti Sthal and Rajghat is the memorial of India's great leader and first prime minister, Jawahar Lal Nehru. Born in Allahabad in 1889, Jawahar Lal Nehru is considered as the father of institutional democracy of the country. Popularly known as 'Chacha (Uncle) Nehru' by children, he was the longest serving prime minister of Independent India for over 15 years during which he brought economic and political stability to the new nation and shaped the future of modern India.

Shopping Malls
Located near PVR Cinema in Vikaspuri, AEZ offers a complete entertainment packages with options galore for shopping, eating out and gaming for kids and an evening outing for adults. Music patrons can browse in Music World, young lovers can check out cards at Archies Gallery & beauty conscious can visit at Shahnaz Hussain's.

Siri Fort
Siri is the second city of Delhi and was built by Sultan Alaud-Din Khilji in about 1303, to the north of Mehrauli. The few remains of the city can be seen in the Siri Fort complex near the Asian Games Village area, east of Hauz Khas. Visitors can reach the fort complex by either taking the Khel Gaon Marg on the west or Josip Broz Tito Marg on the east. High Rubble-built walls in stretches in the southern direction and western direction, some bastions and flame-shaped battlements are all that are left of the strong fortress city today which compelled ferocious fighters like the Mongols to accept defeat.

Sulabh International Museum of Toilets
Sulabh International Museum of Toilets is a unique and only museum of its kind in the capital and probably in the Indian sub-continent. Located at Mahavir Enclave, Palam Dabri Road, the museum is entirely dedicated to the history and minutest details of the evolution of toilets as early as 2500 BC till the present century. It showcases several designs used in different countries at various points of time and exhibits a rare and interesting collection of chamber pots, bidets, water closets, toilet furniture and privies.

Sultan Ghari Tomb
Located on the Andheria More Road to Delhi Airport, about eight kilometers southwest of Qutab Minar in pocket 9, opposite sector C, Vasant Kunj, lies the tomb of Sultan Ghari, the first monumental Islamic tomb in northern India. The tomb was built by Iltutmish (1211-36) in 1231 for his eldest son. The prince Nasiru'd-Din Mahmud who waged several wars on behalf of his father died in 1229 at Lakhnauti. He was given the name of Sultan Ghari. Measuring 23.6 square meters, the tomb is constructed of a stone with a golden hue on a rubble plinth about 3 meters high.

Swatantra Sangrahalaya
Diwan-i-Am: Raised on arches supported by pillars and with a fašade of nine engraved arch openings, the Diwan-i-Am is the next structure, which one comes across, inside the fort complex. It is the Hall of Public Audience where the emperor received the general public and listened to their complaints.

Taj Mahal in India
Taj Mahal is a symbol of Love, The love of a emperor for his queen. Here lovers meet by moonlit nights, Lovers- Unsung! Unseen!

Tibet House Museum
At 1 Institutional Area on the main Lodi Road, near Lodi Garden lies the Tibet House, an information and resource center on Tibet. Visitants can obtain useful informations from here about Tibetan history, culture, art and tradition. The House has a museum, which was established in 1965 and exhibits a good collection of objects and artefacts brought from Tibet when His Holiness the Dalai Lama fled from the aggression of Chinese forces.

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