Qutub Minar is a twelfth century UNESCO World Heritage Site in New Delhi and is a very popular tourist destination. Qutub Minar is the world's tallest minaret.
Safdarjung’s Tomb is the tomb of Mirza Muqim Abul Mansoor Khan (1708-54), who is better known by his title, Safdarjung. Safdarjung, was the powerful governor of the province of Awadh and a key member of cabinet under the Mughal emperor Muhammad Shah and later prime minister under his successor, Ahmad Shah Bahadur.
Mirza Abdul Rahim Khan-i-Khana (1556-1627), popularly known as Rahim, was son of Bairam Khan and was one of the Navaratnas, or main ministers, in the court of the great Mughal emperor, Akbar. Abdul Rahim was a learned man with great command over Arabic, Persian, Turkish, Hindi and Sanskrit languages.
Humayun (1508-56) was the second Mughal emperor who ruled during 1530-56. Humayun’s Tomb is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was built by his widow, Hamida Banu Begum during the years, 1565-72.
Khair-ul-Manazil is located just opposite to the Old Fort. Lal Darwaza, the Red Gate, is close to the Khair-ul-Manazil.