Commonwealth Games Guide to DELHI by Chetananand Singh, Poulomi Sarma

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As you walk towards Kashmiri Gate, you will see the other remaining and bigger portion of this magazine — notice the architecture of this arched building. On a traffic island, about 100 metres from the British Magazine stands the Telegraph Memorial , an obelisk that honours the telegraph operators who transmitted the news of the revolt to the British garrison at Ambala, and which helped the British revive themselves in the 1857 War. The Old Residency As you walk down the road, you will see Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University campus housed in an old British-barrack kind of building.

Immediately east of Diwan-i-Aam is Rang Mahal or the Palace of Colours that housed the emperor’s wives and mistresses. On the northern side of Rang Mahal, Khas Mahal was the personal palace of the emperor with separate worship, sleeping and sitting rooms. North of Khas Mahal, the Diwan-i-Khas or the Hall of Private Audience is where private audiences were granted. qxd 8/25/2010 11:49 AM Page 32 DELHI the emperor to entertain his friends and people close to him. Though a pale shadow of its original glory, it used to be the best among all the pavilions because of its special architecture that included designs with floral pietra patterns on the columns and the wooden painted ceiling.

Visitors are not allowed inside the building. Built in 1803, this was originally the tehkhana (dungeon) of Ali Mardan, the Mughal viceroy of Punjab. Kashmiri Gate Kashmiri Gate is one of the many gates that lead to the walled city of Shahajahanabad. This gateway was the centre of action during the First War of Indian Independence. It was at this point that the fiercest battle was fought between the freedom fighters and the British before the British regained control over Delhi in September 1857.

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