Ajmeri Gate, Delhi

Ajmeri Gate, New Delhi, Delhi

Ajmeri Gate

Ajmeri Gate


Ajmeri Gate was the place of the first war of Indian independence in 1857.It  is located in Chandni Chowk. The name of the door comes from the fact that the path of the door leading to Ajmer, a city of Rajasthan. Most of the walls of the door were commercial buildings demolished to build. The door in the West remains intact.Ajmeri Gate visit can be arranged by the best travel company Delhi.
The Ajmeri Gate derives its name from the fact that the way that this door led developed to Ajmer in Rajasthan. The door is surrounded by a park and a madrasa in 1811 by Nawab Bahadur Ghaziuddin, the son of the first Nizam built surrounded. It is one of the most popular Delhi sightseeing places.
Facts
Ajmeri gate was built as one of the 14 gateways in the wall large Shahjanabad. Shahjanabad was the seventh city of Delhi. Today, the door is insulated. Most of the walkways have disappeared at the present time, but four, who have passed the test of time, these are Ajmeri Gate, Mori Gate, Lahori Gate, Kashmere Gate and.
Architecture
Ajmeri door is surrounded by a park. There is a madrassa, which was built by Nawab Bahadur Ghaziuddin, who was the son of the first Nizam in 1811th
There is no green open space, Pool Placid or other landscaping beauty near the door. Instead, the door in the middle of the square traffic. A path leads to the railway station in New Delhi. The other path leads to Chowri Bazaar, which is a viable market and realize the depths of the city of Delhi Metro station. The third way leads to GB Road, which is a red light district of Delhi. The fourth street occurs in an alley, which is famous for pickpockets and anti-social elements.
Best time to visit
The best time to Delhi to visit is from October to March. Delhi winter is better than the summer in the city to visit several places.
 

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