Delhi Travel, The capital city of India, Attracts tourists from all over the
world. The exotic Places to Visit in Delhi. It endorses monuments
like India Gate, Lotus temple, Raj Ghat, Parliament house and many more.
» India Gate
The majestic 42 m high India gate stands at Rajpath, at the backdrop
of plush green lawns. India gate was designed and built by Lutyens in the
memory of 90,000 Indian soldiers who died in World War I...
» Red Fort/Lal
Built by the Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan between 1638 and
1648, the Red fort is an exorbitant pieces of Mughal architecture. The entry
to this exotic fort, popularly known as Purana Qila, is from the Lahori Gate
or the Chatta Chowk. Lal Qila is now a busy market place called the 'Meena
» Qutub Minar
The 238 feet magnificent Qutub Minar stands at the Southern part of
the Capital City. The majestic structure was built by Qutubuddin Aibak, a
Muslim ruler, in the year 1193.The tower is adorn by bands of Inscription
and by four projecting balconies supported by ornamented brackets...
» Jama Masjid
Jama Masjid is an architectural profligacy built by Mughal Emperor
Shah Jahan. It was principally designed as Emperor Shahjahan's Mosque and
was also known as Masjid-I-Jahan Numa. The construction of the mosque began
in 1650 by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to complement the palace at the Red
The Bahai temple is in the shape of lotus and is built in
pure white marble. The Bahai faith considers number nine as sacred and one
can see the use of this number is found exclusively in their architecture...
» Purana Qila
Located south east of India Gate and North of Humayun Tomb, Purana
Qila stands on the site where ancient city of Indraprastha is believed to
have existed. Initially, the construction of fort started in 1533 by Humayun
and it took 5 years to complete the fort...
Built in 16th century, the tomb is a typical example of
Mughal architecture. The tomb was built by Haji Begum, a senior wife of
Humayun. This is a World Heritage Site. The exotic tomb is ornamented with
geometrical patterns, high arches, chattris...
Popularly known as Sansad Bhawan, it houses Indian
parliament since 1947. Designed by Sir Herbert Baher, it has 3 levels of red
sand stone foundation storeys and has 144 pillars. This marvelous piece of
architecture can only be admired from outside on account of security
Built in area of 330 acres, the building is designed by
Sir Edwin Lutyens. Completed in 1929, the edifice was constructed as the
official residence of the Viceroy of India during the British reign. It has
an impressive garden, Mughal garden, which are open to public in February,
when the flower blooms...
» Raj Ghat :
Close to Red Fort, there are number of memorial built in their honor.
But Raj Ghat is distinct from them as it houses the grave of Mahatma Gandhi,
Father Of Nation. Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated while coming out On
January 30th, 1948...
Sahib Gurudawara :
It is an impressive bungalow, earlier owned by
Raja Jai Singh Amber of Jaipur. It now enjoys a holy status of the holy
shrine called Gurudwara Bangla Sahib. The Eight Sikh Guru Harikisha Dev
resided here in 1664...