Malcha Mahal, a Tughlaq-era hunting lodge, will be brought on the tourist map of Delhi. It is one of the many destinations in the city that have successfully created an aura that draws in people from far and wide. The 14th-century monument will be undergoing renovation and then be added to the heritage structure, said the officials. It was built by Sultan Firoz Shah Tughlaq and was used as a hunting lodge. Recently it was the abode of self-proclaimed descendants of the Nawab of Awadh, and lies neglected since the death of the last of the royal family in September 2017.