India Gate is a historic site devoted in order to honor Undivided India’s Army men who died between 1914 and 1921 throughout World War I.
Ala-ud-din Alam Shah built the Tomb of Mohammed Shah in 1444 as a salute to Mohammed Shah which is located in Lodhi Garden, Delhi.
Khas Mahal is located in the Red Fort, Delhi which was used as the private residence of the Mughal Emperor in Delhi.
Shish Gumbad is located in Lodhi Gardens which consists of many graves of unidentified inhabitants
Sikandar Lodi Tomb was built by Sikandar Lodi's son Ibrahim Lodi who was the second ruler of the Lodi dynasty.
Iron Pillar of Delhi located in Qutb Complex was built by Chandragupta II.
Sultan Ghari's tomb was the first islamic tomb or mausoleum built in 1231 AD for the eldest son of Iltutmish, Nasiru D-Din Mahmud .
Shahi Burj is an octagonal three storey tower in the north east corner of the Red Fort.
This tomb is dedicated to Abdul Rahim Khan-e-Khana built in 1598 who was famous poet in Akbar's court.
Chausath Khamba, located in Nizamuddin, New Delhi is a tomb haing 64 pillars.
Humayun's Tomb in Delhi is the tomb of Humayun built by her wife Bega Begum in 1569 to 1570.
Hauz-i-Shamsi, also called Shamsi Talab meaning 'Sunny Water Tank' is a water reservoir built by Iltutmish in 1230 CE.
Jahaz Mahal means 'ship palace' has got this name because of its reflection in the water like a ship floating in the lake.
Agrasen Ki Baoli is a unique stepwell initially built by Maharaja Agarsen and later built in 14th century during Delhi Sultanate era.
Purana Qila or Old Fort being one of the oldest forts in Delhi was founded by Sher Shah Suri.
Zafar Mahal located in Mehrauli village in South Delhi was built by Akbar Shah II and his son Bahadur Shah II in 18th and 19th century.
Dandi March Statue also known as "Gyarah Murti" is an iconic sculpture of 11 people signifying the Salt March in 1930.
Safdarjung Tomb has a Mughal style architecture which looks like Taj Mahal, built in 1753 for Nawab Safdarjung.
Qutub Minar is also known as The Victory Tower of Delhi. Qutub-ud-din Aibak established Qutub Minar in the year 1192.
Red Fort also known as Lal Quila is one of the most famous historical forts in Delhi. It was ruled by the Mughal Emperors for more than 200 years.