Popularly known as Bhai Mati Das Chowk or fowara "(the fountain), the Fountain
Chowk is located opposite Gurdwara Sisganj on the roadside leading to the
railway station Old Delhi. This is a period Victorian fountain, which was
formerly known as Northbrook Northbrook Fontana because Lord to give money for
its construction. It is at this site is that Bhai Mati Das, Guru Tegh Bahadur
disciple was sawn in half on the length, because he refused to accept Islam and
to fulfill the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb order. After Chowk is known as Bhai Mati
Das Chowk in memory of a great disciple. Fountain Chowk to New Delhi is very
close to the original Kotwali, police station, who were there since the Mughal
period. charged with a crime has been brought here to jail and got a trial.
Corps, the son and grandson of last Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar, was also
Many of the martyrs and freedom fighters, as the king of Nawab of Jhajjar
and Ballabhgarh was also hanged here in protest against British rule. Currently,
Kotwali area Sisganj Gurdwara Management Committee. Nearby attractions: Gurdwara
Sisganj, Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, Kashmeri Salimgarh Fort Gate, St.
James Church, Dara Shikoh Library, Lothian Cemetery, and Rajghat nearest places
to eat: Karim Hotel, Ghantewala Candy Store, stalls food near Jama Masjid,
Paranthewali Gali, Natraj hotel, Chor Bizarre at Broadway Hotel, Daryaganj
Flora, Peshawar, Kari Mahal restaurant, cafeteria workers and bus terminal to
Interstate food drive along many of the attributes of an adventurous eater.
Shops near Chandni Chowk (curiosity, souvenirs, jewelry and glass beads) column
Nai (books), Chor bazaar (electronic).