1.India Gate- Located at Rajpath in Delhi, India Gate was built as a war memorial. It was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and opened for viewing in 1931. This structure is now synonymous with the capital city of India. Amar Jyoti Jawan, another structured made as a tribute to brave soldiers, is also placed close to India Gate.
2.Qutub Minar– A UNESCO World Heritage site, Qutub Minar was built in the 13th century. It is a historical landmark in India which stands at 73 meter in height. It the world’s tallest brick minaret and is visible from many different areas in Delhi.
3.Taj mahal- Taj Mahal needs no introduction. One of the Seven Wonders of the World, the mausoleum was built in the 17th sanctuary by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan for his wife. Made with white marble, this mausoleum has made Agra a tourist destination where people from all around the globe come to marvel at the beauty of the architecture of this place.
4.Amber fort- Made with white marble, pink and yellow sandstone, Amber Fort or Amer Fort is a highlight for any trip to Jaipur. This fort , used by Rajput Maharajas, has many palaces, gardens, courtyards and halls along with Shila Devi Mandir. This fort is a UNESCO World Heritage site for its brilliant architecture.
6.Jantar Mantar- A must visit in the pink city of Jaipur is Jantar Mantar. There are five Jantar Mantars in India and the largest one in Jaipur is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is well known was the world’s biggest sundial made out of stone.