Have you ever been to Delhi as a tourist or want to be? What do you think? What is usually your itinerary for Delhi? Red Fort… India Gate or Akshardham Mandir? But Delhi is actually more than these well-known places! As you know Delhi is a very old city and remained under different regimes like Tomar’s, Mughals and Britishers so there are many monuments those defines its nature of that
This memorial is also known as Ajitgarh which was built by British officials. It was built in 1862 by then PWD department in the memory of the British & Indian Soldiers who lost their lives during the first Independence war of India in 1857. It is on the road of Kamla Nehru Ridge just in front of Hindu Rao Hospital, near Civil line. This building is five-storey and its base
Adham Khan’s Tomb:
This monument is of Mughal Empire time and is just near to Mehrauli’s bus stand. 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 in May 1561, Akbar immediately ordered his execution by defenestration from the ramparts of the Agra Fort. The tomb was built in 1562, and lies to the north of the Qutub Minar, Mehrauli, Delhi, immediately before one reaches the town of Mehrauli, it is now a protected monument by Archaeological Survey of India. The tomb is opposite Mehrauli bus terminus.
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