The vibrant city of Delhi with the cosmopolitan culture beckon travelers from all over the world
- "Delhi is one of the oldest cities in the world and now it is a popular tourist destination"
- Dotted with historical monuments and constructions, landmarks like the Qutub Minar can simply leave you spellbound
(IIP) - The chilly winter breeze, the ever ignited flames of Amar Jawan Jyoti, the local markets of Sarojini Nagar, the book stores of Connaught Place, the Red Fort and the streets filled with excitement, if these are what you are looking for, then you should go for a Delhi India travel. Explore Delhi, which is serving as the capital of India since 1911. With Jerusalem and Varanasi, Delhi is one of the oldest cities in the world and now it is a popular tourist destination. History says that this place has been built and destroyed 11 times and the epic of Mahabharata also has the mention of Delhi. The importance of the city doesn’t only lie in the glorious past as with time Delhi has retained its importance and till date is the political hub of India.
The vibrant city of Delhi with the cosmopolitan culture beckon travelers from all over the world. There are several places to see in Delhi. Dotted with historical monuments and constructions, landmarks like the Qutub Minar can simply leave you spellbound. It is an indigenous sample of work by the Afghans and now it is a World Heritage Site. The Lotus Temple on the Kalkaji Hill has been shaped like a lotus and is made with marble. The Bahai followers maintain the temple and it was built in 1987. Built by Shahjahan, the Red Fort is a landmark of India and must be visited by every traveler in Delhi. It took around five years for the construction to be completed and you can see high-class Islamic work of architecture here. .
Once you are in Delhi, you need to plan your trip accordingly as you have many places to visit. The summers are hot, so, the winter is the preferred time to be here. After seeing the works of old dynasties like Qutub Minar and Red Fort, now is the time to see modern architecture. Visit Rashtrapati Bhavan, Rajpath, India Gate, Connaught Place, and the Parliament House to see modern works of construction in the capital of India. Jumma Masjid and the Akshardham Temple are the prominent religious places to visit in the national capital. Delhi is the home of many historical persons like Jawaharlal Nehru, the first prime minister of India ?and his descendants. Rajghat, the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial on the bank of Yamuna River, is a place where many visitors come and you need to remove your shoes before entering.
The vibrant city of Delhi is filled with local markets at Janpath where you can buy junk jewelry. The bustling of Chandi Chowk and the street food at Khan Market cannot be missed. The other major tourist attractions of Delhi are as follows:
Dargah of Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia
International Doll's Museum