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Brief History of the Area

Mughal emperor Shahjahan built a new walled city in Delhi which served as the capital of the Mughal Empire from 1649 to 1857, known as "Shajahanabad" and remain the same till the last Mughal ruled. When British Came to India for Trading & later ruling India, they made Calcutta Now Kolkata their Capital But in 1920 Capital is shifted to Delhi. Now Known As "New Delhi" A new capital city, New Delhi, New Delhi was declared its capital, when India gained independence from British rule in 1947.

Its stories, wafting aromas, heritage and architecture are just a few of the reasons for getting lost in the galis of Shahjahanabad, the capital city built by Emperor Shah Jahan (1628-1658) and from where PT. JAWAHARLAL NEHRU, the first Prime Minister of Independent India got married.

‘Exploring Shahjahanabad: Designed by Jahanara, the Emperor’s favourite daughter, Chandni Chowk was one of the main thoroughfares of the capital city.

Delhi has witnessed various ups and downs, politically and culturally. But every time, its culture, heritage, religion and the tradition regained itself for the generations to come. Settlements in and around this region go back to the Stone Age and subsequently others existed at different points in history. Delhi, thus offers an exciting interaction between ancient, medieval and modern.

Its monuments are the most evident traces of this past, spanning a period of almost a thousand years. Different dynasties built their capitals here. Some altered and extended existing ones, others built new cities. When it comes to the historical monuments and religious shrines, Delhi boasts of having a huge and wonderful collection of structures showcasing different architectural patterns. Their monumental ruins include forts and palaces, tombs, Havelis, shrines for gods and mystics, rest houses, step wells, memorials, bazaars and many are part of the lived environments of local communities.

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