This madarsa (school) is located beyond the walls of the ancient city of Shahjahanabad and is near Ajmere Gate. Ghaziuddin's madarsa (also called the Anglo-Arabic School after English classes were added in 1824) was built in 1692. The two-storey building is one of the few surviving examples of the madarsa architecture in Delhi. Nearby is a beautiful mosque and a tomb of Ghaziuddin, who was a minister in the court of the Mughal emperor, Aurangzeb.
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