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Reviewed June 30, 2018 via mobile

Khuni Darwaza or Bloody Gate got it's name after three of the Mughal Prince were hacked to death here. The nearest metro station to this place is Pragati Maidan.

Date of experience: May 2018
Thank Kumar93011
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Reviewed July 27, 2017

It is called Khuni Darwaza (Bloody Gate), because of an old incident (see one of my photographs). It is a small monument but you cannot go inside. Nobody was there when I reached. The place was locked from outside. You don’t need to pay anything to take photographs here. This place is in front of Maulana Azad Medical College main gate near Delhi gate metro station.

Date of experience: July 2017
1  Thank Niya1315
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Reviewed December 26, 2016

A Historical place to visit. As name suggests, some famous hanging/deaths happened here in Mughal era.

Date of experience: February 2016
Thank Shilpamittal
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Reviewed December 17, 2014

Built by Sher Shah, opening in the direction of Kabul, this Darwaza got bloody history when three of the Mughal Princes were done to death here, by Captain Hudson, after the Mughal ruler Bahadur Shah Zafar surrendered. When these princes were being brought from Humayun tomb, where they had hid themselves, a crowd surrounded the British convoy and fearing their release by the crowd, Captain Hudson did them to death and their bodies, after death displayed at Kotwali.
Recently this Darwaza came under notoriety for rape of a medico student and since then, it has been closed for public.
We had a lucky chance to look at this monument, both from outside and climb its second and thierd floor and see the surrounding area which looks beautiful from the top.

Date of experience: December 2014
8  Thank Satyendra G
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Reviewed August 23, 2014

when you are coming from newdelhi to old dehii from ito croosingif you come strait you find the road called bahadur shah zafar marg when you are passing through this road you find moulana azad medical college on your left sideand othewr side cricket stadie logest um on rightside.in middle of the road you find a gate built by shar shah suri (father of the road net work ).in 1857 india in clutches of the british empire.ftreedom movement already started in 1857.the last emmpror of mughal era bahadur shah zafar in the prison.a british soldier william hudson arrested the 16 persons of zafar family.in the way he cut the neck of two son mirza mughal and khizar sultan and grand son mir abu bakar and hang the bodies on the wall of this gate.we listen from our elders the mark of the blood still visible in the stones of the gate.
but asi people saying thisis a kind of fungus on the stones.jahangir son of akbar in a revolt he took his father in a prison and cut the neck one of theof the minister of his father abdul rahim khan khana and hang the head up of this gate .in the period of mughal empror aqurangzeb(puh) he cut the neck of his elder brother dara shikoh in a revolt and hang the. head up of the gate. the history of this gate is full of blood .no one allowed to go inside the gate for security reasons.you are able to watch the gate from out side.

Date of experience: August 2014
6  Thank rathour
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