It is located near the famous Feroz Shah Kotla Cricket Stadium, on Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg and near the imposing citadel of Ferozabad. The great builder and Emperor Feroz Shah Tughlaq built the city of Ferozabad with its citadel in 1354.
Ashoka Pillar #DelhiWithTheLalit
The 13 meters high pillar has seven main inscriptions or edicts of Emperor Ashoka, apart from some figures and many minor inscriptions. Written in the Pali language, this pillar like all Ashoka pillars, also served the purpose of spreading the doctrine of Buddhism. Though made of sandstone, the pillar was so polished that till date it looks as if it is made of metal.
Jami Masjid #DelhiWithTheLalit
The southern and western walls with the gateway today are the surviving remnants of one of the largest mosques of the Tughlaq period. Located just next to the Ashoka Pillar, the mosque rests on a series of cells on the ground and is still in use.
Jinn Temple #DelhiWithTheLalit
This is where a large number of Jinns are believed to ‘live' and thousands of Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs flock every week seeking justice and ready remedies.
Baba Kharak Singh Marg #DelhiWithTheLalit
This street is famous for its state emporiums. A must visit for the best handicrafts of the various states they represent. For example Shawls from the Kashmir Emporium, Bronze lamps and statues from the Tamil Nadu Emporium, exquisite silks from the Karnataka Emporium, and Madhubani paintings and gems from the Bihar Emporium to name a few.
Santushti Complex #DelhiWithTheLalit
Our last stop of the day would be the Santushti Complex. You can indulge in some Luxury shopping at its best at the Santushti Complex at Chanakyapuri. Some of the most premier brands like Ensemble, Index, Anokhi, Lacoste, Cuban Cigars from Kastro’s, etc. are available under one roof.
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Experience includes entrance fees, rickshaw rides, city view from Jama Masjid, guide, travel charges and snacks to carry.