North Delhi for heritage lovers
Naveen SharmaGulia 03 Sep 2018 5:44 am Places to visit in Delhi

On the outskirts of the erstwhile walled city of Delhi was an area frequented by invaders, scheming wazirs and power hungry emperors. What is left today are structural landmarks, memories and many legends about what could have transpired two action-packed centuries ago. Beginning with the monuments that were built by the British for the purpose of governance including Town Hall and Vice-Regal lodge to those structures that were meant for surveillance-Flagstaff Tower, Barracks and finally the memorials-Tis Hazari, Mutiny Memorial, the area is peppered with many must visit landmarks.

These remarkable places to visit in Delhi have been attracting travellers from all across the globe for a long time now.

1. AMBEDKAR UNIVERSITY CAMPUS

Ambedkar University Campus

2. WILLIAM FRASER’S BUNGLOW

William Fraser's Bungalow

3. DARA SHIKOH’S LIBRARY

Dara Shikoh's Library

4. OLD POST OFFICE

Old Post Office

5. BARA HINDU RAO HOSPITAL

Bara Hindu Rao Hospital

6. QUDISIA BAGH AND MASONIC LODGE

Qudsia Bagh and Masonic Lodge

7. RAZIA SULTAN’S TOMB

Razia Sultan’s Tomb

8. ST JAMES’ CHURCH

St James' Church

9. TOWN HALL

Town Hall

10. DELHI VIDHAN SABHA

Delhi Vidhan Sabha

11. MUTINY MEMORIAL AND ASHOKAN PILLAR

Mutiny Memorial and Ashokan Pillar

12. RAM SWARUP CLOCK TOWER

Ram Swarup Clock Tower

13.  THE VICE REGAL LODGE

Viceregal Lodge

14. HISTORICAL SPOTS OF NORTH DELHI’S KAMLA NEHRU RIDGE

Historical spots of North Delhi’s Kamla Nehru Ridge