Ajmeri Gate
Ajmeri Gate
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RamChandraDash
New Delhi, Delhi, India26 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2012 • Business
It is one the most visiting place in Delhi. The Ajmeri Gate is one of the gates of the city of Shahjahanabad. The original structure has remained nearly unchanged all these years. Of the main 13 gates of Shahjahanabad or walled city, Ajmeri Gate located on the southwest of the walled city is the most significant in the chronicles of History. Situated near the New Delhi Railway Station, the Ajmeri Gate is among the four existing gates that have remained intact and have somehow escaped demolition.
Written January 24, 2013
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India Food Blog
New Delhi, India247 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2017 • Solo
The gate is surrounded by a group of rickshaw pullers and various shops. It is fenced and not even maintained. Such a beauty is tarnished by the people who maintain it. No one can go inside, you just have to stand outside and see. We tried to go inside but we were stopped by a police man and said you have to see from outside only.
This historical place seriously needs to be maintained.
Written March 24, 2018
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lotusdiamond
Chandigarh, India1,248 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2016 • Family
Heavily crowded place in Old Delhi. One time it use to be very popular place. This Gate is located very near to the New Delhi Railway Station. Built during 1600 by Mughals . It is witnessed to the mutiny of 1857. Historical place.
Written December 8, 2016
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macedonboy
Glasgow, UK185,717 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019
Ajmeri Gate is a city gate of the old fortified city of Shahjahanabad. The name of the gate derives from its location on the road leading to the city of Ajmer in Rajasthan. It’s a typical looking Mughal Indo-Islanmic gate and singled arched.

The gate is now fenced off and sits in the middle of a busy road junction, much of it hidden by stalls and traffic, although the best views are from the north. The gate is in the busy Chadni Chowk shopping and commercial area, but even if you’re in the area I’d say it’s not really worth the detour to see the gate.
Written December 27, 2019
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Brad
Hong Kong, China173,731 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2013 • Couples
One of the surviving gates of the old city, the Ajermi Gate is supposedly over 300 years old. We found it to be confined by a gated fence, unavailable for close inspection or visitation. We also found traffic to be very congested in this area and the noise quite undesirable, making the Ajermi Gate a difficult attraction to recommend at this point in time.

The gate itself, appears to be in good shape and there is another attraction, the Ghazi-ud-Din's Tomb and Madrasa, just across the street, that seems like a better reason to visit this area. Otherwise, we'd skip this one and proceed to the more interesting and important attractions in the nearby old city, especially if you are only visiting Delhi for a short time.
Written January 19, 2013
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Hardial_13
Kharar, India1,158 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018 • Friends
Ajmeri Gate is located close to ISBT. This is one of the old place but not well maintained. You can see here some glimpse of history.
Written November 29, 2018
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Sangam T
Pune, India3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2018 • Family
When we get out from NDLS , there are two sides paharganj and ajmeri gate, I have not been here but haerd much.,
Written May 7, 2018
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SamyMe
Mumbai, India6 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019 • Family
Just go there to experience Lal Qilla.... How must have it been in its full glory when it is so mersmeirizing even today.. Must visit and the audio guides are really useful. Hire it and you will not regret.
Written June 13, 2019
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JnVSydney
Greater Sydney, Australia20,935 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2019 • Couples
Currently fenced and locked up (no access for visitors), however, worth a glance due its historical significance, built is the mid 1600’s it was one of many gates to protect the region , it got its name from the road that went through the gate that leads to the city of the same name. Probably not a stand alone attraction, however, worth a cruise by.
Written April 12, 2019
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Sujal S
4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018 • Business
It is another side of NDLS railway staion, toward the 16 No platform. There is bus stand here, You can visit the azmeri fgate by auto or battery rickshaw
Written August 20, 2018
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