Akbar Shah II, also known as Akbar II was the 18th emperor of the Mughal Empire who reigned from 1806 to 1837.
Madame Tussauds in Delhi is the 23rd wax museum for Madame Tussauds London.
Telegraph Memorial which is also known as the Indian Sepoy Mutiny Memorial s a grey pillar located in the old Delhi near the British magazine.
Nehru Park is dedicated to the first prime minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru which was established in 1969.
National Indo-African Friendship Rose Garden, located in Chanakyapuri Delhi is popularly known as National Rose Garden.
Hamida Banu Begum (or Maryam Makani) was one of the wives of the second mughal emperor Humayun and the mother of the mughal emperor Akbar.
Bega Begum (or also known as Haji Begum) was the first wife and the chief consort of the second mughal emperor Humayun.
Humayun’s Tomb in Delhi is the tomb of Humayun built by her wife Bega Begum in 1569 to 1570.
Jodha bai or Mariam-Uz-Zamani was one of the wives of Mughal Emperor Akbar who was known by several names Harkha Bai and Jodha Bai.
Salima Sultan Begum was the 4th wife of the Mughal Emperor Akbar and the granddaughter of the founder of the Mughal Empire, Babur.
Bindusara, also known as Amitraghata which means ‘Slayer of enemies’ in sanskrit. He was the second emperor in the Maurya dynasty.
Shah Begum was first wife of the future Mughal Emperor Jahangir and she belonged to a rajput family.
Karuvaki was the wife of the Mauryan emperor Ashoka. She was the only queen whose name is mentioned in the edicts and inscriptions of Ashoka.
Subhadrangi was the empress consort of the Mauryan Empire and the mother of the great King Ashoka.
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.
Babur was the founder of the Mughal Empire, the first Mughal Emperor and the grandfather of Akbar.
Mehrauli Archaeological Park is a big complex in Mehrauli, Delhi with more than 100 monuments, tombs and water reservoirs.
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.
Uttara Swami Malai Temple, generally known as Malai Mandir is devoted to Lord Swaminatha or Kartikeya.
Akshardham Temple in Delhi is a hindu spiritual and cultural complex built by hindu denomination “Bochasanwasi Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha” (BAPS).
Birla Mandir which is also known as Laxminarayan Temple is the first large hindu temple in Delhi built in 1939 by Baldeo Das Birla.
Sai Baba Mandir located on Lodhi Road in Delhi is one of the oldest temples devoted to Indian spiritual leader Shirdi Sai Baba
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.
Bahadur Shah II ( Bahadur Shah Zafar) was 19th and the last Mughal Emperor who ruled on Old Delhi and the surrounding regions only.
Delhi Metro Museum was first established in 1995 which is South Asia’s first metro museum.
The International Dolls Museum in Delhi is huge collection of dolls established by a political cartoonist, Keshav Shankar Pillai.
Abu’l-Nasir Muhammad who was known as Hindal Mirza was the youngest son of the first Mughal Emperor Babur.
Ruqaiya Sultan Begum was the empress consort and first wife of the third Mughal Emperor Akbar.
Izz-un-Nissa , popularly known as Akbarabadi Mahal was the third wife of the fifth Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan.
Raja Udai Singh who was also known as Mota Raja was the Rajput ruler of Marwar (Jodhpur) from 1583 to 1595.
Lodhi Garden is a large park in Delhi containing several tombs and architectural works from 15th century by Lodis.
Masjid-i Jahan Numa (Jama Masjid) was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan from 1650 to 1656.
Gurdwara Sis Ganj Sahib is one of the nine historical Gurdwaras located in Chandni Chowk, old Delhi.
Shri Digambar Jain Lal Mandir is the historical and oldest Jain temple in Delhi, India
Chhatarpur Temple which has its original name “Shree Adya Katyayani Shaktipeeth Mandir” is dedicated to Goddess, Katyayani (Durga).
Kalkaji temple also known as Kalka Devi Mandir is a hindu temple devoted to Kali, the Hindu Goddess.
Jahangir was the fourth mughal emperor who ruled in the mughal empire from 1605 to 1627.
Jagat Gosain Begum was the wife of the Mughal Emperor Jahangir and the mother of Shah Jahan.
Kandahari Begum was the first wife of Shah Jahan who also belonged to the family of Shah Ismail I, founder of safavid dynasty of Persia.
Mumtaz Mahal was the chief queen consort and the second wife of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan.
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.
It is a big park that lies between the Lotus temple and ISKCON temple in New Delhi
Mahatma Gandhi – Father of the Nation is known for the great contribution in the Independence movement of India
The garden of Five Senses in Saket, Delhi is designed to revive the five senses of our body.
Buddhism is the religion which is fourth largest in the world with more than 520 million followers known as Buddhists.
The meaning of the term Chhatrapati is a royal title. It was was first used by marathas which is equivalent to emperor.
Full form of ISKCON is “International Society for Krishna Consciousness” known as the Hare Krishna movement.