You can see the villages Rai (Rae) and Seena (Seenuh) marked at the place where the Parliament, Rashtrapati Bhawan and other Central Govt. buildings stand. The villages were uprooted by the British around 1915. The Aravali range is also clearly marked.
After the Partition, Refugee colonies sprung up on the farmland and commons of many villages mentioned in the map. Some bore the names of freedom fighters, like Lajpat Nagar, Patel Nagar, Rajendra Nagar. Punjabi Bagh is another example of a refugee colony.
Source of map: Survey of India, 1700~1900.