Zakir Husain Delhi College

Zakir Husain Delhi College, formerly known as Zakir Husain College, Anglo Arabic College, and Delhi College, was founded in 1692 and is the oldest existing educational institution in Delhi. It is currently a constituent college of the University of Delhi. It was founded by Ghaziuddin Khan, a general for the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. In 1828, it was re-organized as the Anglo Arabic College by the British East India Company. The cultural diplomat Mohan Lal Kashmiri was educated here. It took on its present name in 1975, being named for a former president of India.


Latitude: 28.639288065957
Longitude: 77.229907065612