A sandstone and marble mausoleum, safdarjung tomb was built in 1754 for Nawab Safdarjung. This grand building is an excellent example of Mughal architecture.
One of the most iconic architectures in India is Red Fort. Shah Jahan constructed the beautiful red sandstone building in 1638.
Built by Qutub-ud-din Aibak in1193, this stunning 73m tower is one of the highest towers in India. The marble and sandstone building is one of the prime tourist attractions in Delhi.
Counted amongst the Old Fort in India, the Afghan King, Sher Shah Suri, built the fort. The fort remains crowded with locals on public holidays.
Ghalib Ki Haveli
It was the residence of the famous 19th century Urdu poet Mirza Ghalib. A heritage site set in Ballimaran, Old Delhi, reflects the downfall period of Mughals in India.