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Zafar Mahal, New Delhi

(a few reviews on the web)
Ruin Architectural Building
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TripAdvisor
  • This perhaps was the last built Mughal architecture where Zafar lived before being sent to Rangoon by the British after 1857's first war of Independence.. !! May not be the most pretty building that t...  more »
  • Another nice historical place to visit. You will not much tourists here. But can be visited if one like to visit historical places.  more »
  • 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...  more »
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  • This is the palace of the last mughal emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar, unfortunately it isn't very well maintained and is in ruins that get worse wear and tear. It is a valuable piece of indian history, right in the center of Mehrauli in Delhi. Archeological survey of India should take care of this place. At the moment it is a free for all, with rubbish etc. Also, the history of this palace should be better signposted for visitors
  • Magnificent gateway, Ruins of bygone era, graves of last moghals
  • Very nice place...
  • Wanted to repairing
  • 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.