Baagh e Naazir
Baagh e Naazir ("Garden of Nazir") was built by the Mughal emperor Muhammad Shah Rangila's Khwaja Sara (chief eunuch) Nazir in 1748 (1161 A.H.). It is located in Mehrauli, near Jamali Kamali and Mehrauli Archaeological Park.
This garden contained a number of pavilions, the most notable among which was made of red sandstone. Others were made of stone and plaster. The garden was surrounded by a stone wall, large sections of which still exist.
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