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This is one of the original gates of Shahjahanabad, the city built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in the 17th century. It was so called because the road from it led to Kashmir. It was through this gate that the British troops entered the city of...more
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
| Opposite ISBT.Kashmiri gate, New Delhi 110006, India
One of the many gates of Sahjahanabad,Kashmere Gate served as an entrance to the walled city from the North. The Gate stands witness to the revolt of 1857. It was stormed by the British Army in the attempt to end the Sieze of Delhi in...More
heritage mansions, traditional neighbourhood, a foodies delight and mughal monuments around. This place is a surprise package for both the history buffs and food lovers.
There is a Chat seller who sells delicious "aaloo tikkis" and "gol gappas".
a rickshaw ride is best to discover...More
Very near to Kashmere Gate metro & bus station. A very busy, polluted spot & there is little of the gate to see. No entrance fee & a few people round the back doing there own thing. i e staring into space, eating or sleeping-...More
This place would have great historical importance. As it was the gate to old Delhi.. but now it is nothing great. Just a broken monument which u can see.. no maintaince. People have started their living over it. If you are here in Delhi for...More
This is the northern gate, and the Delhi Gate is supposed to be the Sothern end gate. Kahmiri gate is yet another of those nany gates of Delhi in ruins and neglect. Not really a tourist attraction, although there's an interesting history behind this monument...More
I pass from this place every day. It's just a Old broken wall which Can't even be restored. The condition is very poor. Some people have started using this as their house 😝. Nothing to see here. Done waste your time.