Located In Old Delhi Near Kashmiri Gate At Rani Laxmi Bai Road Is Built A Red Stone Figure Which Depicts The Story Of First War For Independence Of India. Built In Gothic Style This Building Made By British Empire In 1863 Was Built In Haphazard Due To Which It Was Too Criticized. When 1857 The First War Of Independence Started Than During The Protest Many British Officials Were Killed At That Time. In The Memory Of These Britishers British Government Built An Octagonal Tapering Tower, Whose Height Is More Than The Ashoka Pillar Nearby It. Inside The Circular Building To Climb Up Their Is Stairs On One Face Of Octagonal And Rest The 7 Faces Of Octagonal Are Fitted With Marble Pieces Engraved With Name Of Officials And Soldiers According To Their Ranking.
Mutiny Memorial

In 1972 The Existing Government Of India On The 25th Anniversary Of Indian Independence Named The Building As 'Ajitgarh' And Changed The Name Used As 'Bhartiya Swadhinta K Liye Amar Saheed' Instead Of The Word 'Dushmano' Or 'Enemy' Given By Britishers.
There Are Many Rumors About This Place That It Is A Haunted Place. It Is Said That The Bodies Which Were Bought At That Time At That Place Were Such As Few Didn't Have Their Head On The Body Or Vice Versa. People Say That Still Those People Are Seen Wandering In The Compound Till Date.

Location- 👇

Delhi, India.

How To Reach - 🚲

Very Convenient To Reach Mutiny Memorial, Regular DTC Bus Service Is Available, Auto And Taxis Are 24 Hour Available. Ajmeri Gate Metro Station Is The Nearest Metro Station.

Local Language - 👄

Hindi, Punjabi, English

Local Food- 🍲

Dahi Bada, Pani Puri, Bedai, Fruit Salad, Besan Chilla, Biriyani, Chole Kulche Etc.

Local Transport- 🚕

Rickshaw, Electric tricycle, Taxi, Buses, Metro Etc.

Places To Visit Mutiny Memorial-

Jama Masjid, Chawari Bazar, Ajmeri Gate, Chandni Chowk, Sri Sheesh Ganj Sahib Darbar, Sadar Market, India Gate Etc


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