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Zafar Mahal, New Delhi

Categories: Ruins, Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3.3/5 based on a few reviews on the web
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  • I visited Zafar Mahal while on a heritage walk in Delhi. It is situated in the heart of Mehrauli village, surrounded by modern buildings on all sides. The entrance is misleading - it is much larger th...  read more »
  • This was a bit like finding unexpected treasure. I doubt we would have found it except our guide got a local to show us the way. It's mostly ruins now and considered unsafe both because it's structura...  read more »
  • When we talk about Mughals we talk about their monuments which were each a jewel in its own, Be it Humayun's tomb, Akbar's tomb, Red Fort, Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri or the brightest jewel, the Taj Mah...  read more »
  • Zafar Mahal is in South Delhi’s Mehrauli Village. Zafar Mahal (Lal Mahal) is the last structure built by Mughals was acting as the royal palace for Mughals. The building, then called Lal Mahal and Rang Mahal. Later the last Mughal emperor, Bahadur Shah II gave it its present name. Its beauty lie unnoticed. Neighbourhood boys piss on the walls and play cricket in the courtyards. The walls are broken and the pillars are cracked.
  • The last palace of Mughal dynasty. . Bahadurshah Zafar had spent his ailing years before sent into exile by Britishers
  • Good
  • A nice but strange place
  • Historically sound.
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