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Built in memory of those British and Indian soldiers, who either died or went missing during 1857 . Their names are listed here . The place is surrounded by too much crowded construction all around .
Amolak Rattan Kohli
Former Governor of Mizoram
This place was kind of hard to locate, the nearest metro station to this place is Pulbangash. One of the most misunderstood fact about this memorial is that it was erected to honor the British soldiers not the freedom fighters, freedom fighters were termed as...More
Leaving aside the controversies the structure is built in Gothic Style and the spire leaping into the sky gives it a commanding posture.....it is a very beautiful colonial relic though not much adored by the locals nor much frequented by tourists either.....but architecturally its a...More
The Mutuny Memorial is an important and well maintained record of the three month siege of Delhi in 1857 following the outbreak of the Indian Mutiny. A pity that the trees have been left to obscure the view the defenders would have had of the...More
History depends upon who has written it & when & this monument is a perfect example of this! It was built by the ruling British class as a memorial to their soldiers who died in the 1857 war with the Indians who later called it...More
First, how to reach the memorial. This is very near to Hindu Rao Hospital on what is called Ridge road.
When you reach there, it is possible that you will find a lock at the gate. We found the lock and got disappointed. When we...More
The Munity Monument ( also known as Nicholson's Monument) is a controversial site. If you are a historian this is for you but if you aren't interested in the 1857 Grand Mutiny then its really not worth the visit - its also tricky to find....More
One can see it for miles from the Metro, but not easy to get to. Set in a very peaceful, overgrown park, it literally towers up. Pay a man lots of money and you can climb up, to a great view - but only one...More
And I will go back again. My driver friend and I were the only visitors there at the time, but a security guard was on hand to tell us more about the memorial and just be kind and helpful. It was a well cared for...More