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Arun Hariharan
Gurgaon, India204 bidrag
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des. 2020
Zafar Mahal, is the ruined summer palace of the last Mughal Emperor, Bahadur Shah Zafar II.

Also known as Jangli Mahal, this structure is considered the last monumental structure built during the fading years of the Mughal era. The building has two components namely, the Mahal or the palace, which was built first by Akbar II in the 18th century, and the entrance gate that was reconstructed in the 19th century by Bahadur Shah Zafar II. The monument today is in a ruined state. Locals play cricket and gamble here. ASI had done a very little to preserve this monument.

The graves in the precincts of Zafar Mahal, built within a marble screen enclosure by Jahandar Shah for his father Bahadur Shah I and others who followed, is a minor reflection of the history of the place. Shah Alam II who had the misfortune of being blinded by Ghulam Qadir, the Rohilla leader was buried here. He was considered a "puppet ruler", first under the Marathas and later under the British. His son Akbar II was also buried here. Mirza Fakruddin son of the last emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar, who died early ushered the end of the Moghul regime, was also buried here. But Bahadur Shah Zafar who had identified the location for his grave (sardgha – the vacant land for burial) was the most unfortunate (ill fated) as he was deported to Rangoon and was buried there.
Skrevet 6. desember 2020
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Vikas Singh
Ghaziabad, India4 144 bidrag
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des. 2019
Zafar Mahal is last monumental structure built as a summer palace during the fading years of the Mughal era. The building has two parts-The palace which was built first by Akbar Shah II in the 18th century, and the entrance gate called Hathi gate that was reconstructed in the 19th century by Bahadur Shah Zafar II. A masjid called the Moti Masjid built by Bahadur Shah I was a private mosque of the royal family, which has now become part of the palace compound. The Palace is now in ruins.
Skrevet 10. april 2020
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Pardip
Patna, India128 bidrag
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okt. 2019 • Familie
A good land mark and a very historical place,it was building by the mughal emperor akbar sah but completed by bshadur sah zafar, its architectural is great
Skrevet 28. desember 2019
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Travellove1025
New Delhi, India96 bidrag
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nov. 2018 • Venner
This is the last ever palace built by Mughals. This is tucked inside the gullies of Mehrauli village next to the dargah of Qutbuddin Bhaktiyar Kaki. The palace is now completely in ruins and is encroached by local buildings on one side. It also has the spot where Bahadur Shah Zafar wanted to get buried after his death. The spot still lies vacanct.
Skrevet 29. november 2018
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Princerajan12
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sep. 2018 • Alene
Zafar Mahal, Mehrauli is the last structure built by Mughals, and was acting as the royal palace for Mughals during the Urs of Hz. Bakhtiyar Kaki, when the Phoolwaalon ki sair festival, started by them was celebrated. It consists of the Mahal (built by Akbar Shah II) & Hathi Gate (built by Zafar).
To reach there nearest metro station is Qutub and the best way to reach there is by DTC Bus and deboard at Mehruli terminal bus station. From there it is 5 mins walk.
Skrevet 7. oktober 2018
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travelerraghu
Tirunelveli, India125 bidrag
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nov. 2017 • Par
Zafar Mahal is known as a summer palace of the later Mughal rulers. This palace is situated in Mehrauli village. The palace was built by Akbar Shah in the 18th century. The palace is well maintained. The palace is neat and tidy. Very beautiful to watch.
Skrevet 31. januar 2018
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Kumar S
New Delhi, India420 bidrag
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nov. 2017 • Alene
This monument was built by the last ruler of Mughal Dynasty, Bahadur Shah Zafar. Though the the mahal is in ruins now and doesn’t attract much visitors but history lovers find this place intriguing due to its historical significance. Bahadur Shah Zafar had a wish to be buried here, but was deported to Rangoon by Britishers till his death.
Skrevet 30. desember 2017
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gentbrugg
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mar. 2017 • Alene
It is the very center of Mehrauli residential quarter and the archaeological park of the same name. By and large, from the old majestic summer Palace remained only a large gate, as well as fragments of the mosque. Almost all other buildings have no roofs and are now something of playgrounds for sports and games (mostly, as I understand it, cricket for young people), forming a kind of labyrinth. But from here is well visible the Dargah of Qutb Ud-Din Bakhtiyar Kaki after whom is named the famous minaret of Qutab Minar. But to my mind the dargah is not too impressive, although historically it seemed to have arisen in this area, almost the first among others.
Skrevet 11. oktober 2017
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Jaspreet_Singh_10
Goa, India20 bidrag
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des. 2016 • Venner
This perhaps was the last built Mughal architecture where Zafar lived before being sent to Rangoon by the British after 1857's first war of Independence.. !! May not be the most pretty building that the Mughals built however Zafar Mahal has huge historical significance given that this is where the Last Emperor lived, ironically right next to the residence of Thomas Metcalfe, the butcher of 1857.

Bahadur Shah Zafar in his dying days in Rangoon wrote.... kitnaa hai baad-naseeb "Zafar" dafn key liye .... do gaz zamin bhi na mili kuu-e-yaar mein .... basically wanted to be buried in Zafar Mahal, which did not happen .... The 'do gaz zamin' where he wanted to be buried is still vacant and can be seen at Zafar Mahal in Mehrauli Village, Delhi..
Skrevet 4. februar 2017
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Shilpamittal
New Delhi, India417 bidrag
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feb. 2016 • Venner
Another nice historical place to visit. You will not much tourists here. But can be visited if one like to visit historical places.
Skrevet 23. november 2016
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