Bounded by the Yamuna River on the east, North Delhi is divided into three subdivisions including Civil Lines, Sadar Bazaar and Kotwali. Visiting North Delhi, people come across many tourist attractions that visions of formidable forts, palaces, and temples that is set against a backdrop of bright colors and history. In the sense, one could sense a mix culture of old and modern India as North Delhi house some of the prominent tourist attractions that are a must visit which includes William Fraser's Bungalow which was constructed in the year 1803 and was a residence of the Deputy Resident of Delhi, Sir William Fraser, who was later appointed as Resident of Delhi. The attraction is an off-white colored large domed building comprising two separate blocks. Today the attraction is visited by the locals as well as the tourists coming to Delhi from across the globe. Coming to Kamla Nehru Ridge which is yet another tourist attraction in North Delhi has today become a haven for the nature lover or a history buff. Visiting the place, one could find the different corners of the park which comprises Flagstaff Tower which is the highest point of the ridge and best place to give you a bird’s eye view of the surrounding area, the Khooni Khan Jheel where one could find ducks and cranes dipping into its cool waters and enjoying the shelter and the Chauburja Mosque which is a 14th Century Mosque built by Firoz Shah Tughlaq. For Shopaholics and food lover, North Delhi has Kamala Nagar Market which has a lively environment is famous especially among the students. The market is famous for fashion brands and street food. Other than these, tourists also visit Mutiny Memorial and Ashokan Pillar which have long stood the test of time teeming with a rich historical legacy.