Located at the back of India Gate, built on red sandstone and constructed by British architect Edwin Lutyens. The construction of this structure was (presumably) inspired by a 6th century Mahabalipuram Pavilion in South India. Not considered a real touristic spot except for the area it is located. Get some quick shots and move on to your next spot.
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