Delhi has always been at the centre stage when it comes to pacing development or national heritage or obviously the luscious food. The city has also been lucky enough to inherit priceless number of historical secrets, no matter whichever era we talk about.
If you are a historian bug, then visiting this urban land is surely going to be an exhilarating experience. Carrying a fetish to explore some infamous patches and unfold some lurking secrets, we touched down the pious land of Nizamuddin and took home a bag full of reasons to revisit.
Fascinating historical spots
Nizamuddin is literally dotted with a number of rubble made buildings which shout aloud interesting facts about themselves. Moreover, all of them are easily accessible and do not require an entry ticket.
Chausath Khamba (64 pillars)
Exactly located in the Nizamuddin Basti, this magnificent structure was built by Mirza Aziz Koka as a mausoleum for himself.