Delhi, will blow your mind with a grandeur culture for seen street lights commerce and with a cornucopia of history. It has 3 UNESCO world heritage site within its boundaries, from the energetic crowds and buzzing night light destination will blow the mind of the tourist.
Red Fort, famous for History, architecture, Photography which shows the architectural splendor of Mughals. Humayun’s Tomb, this monument displays the inspiration of Persian architecture, the world famous Taj Mahal bears resemblance of this monument. Qutab Minar, it’s believed to commemorate the victory and the beginning of Mughal era in India. Bahai(Lotus) Temple famous for its religion and architecture. This place is serene and is open for prayers and meditation by people who follow any religion.
India Gate is considered as war memorial for Indian army and famous for its architecture, constructed in the year 1931. Lodi Gardens, it’s about 90-acre garden is an excellent place to relax, walk, jog and enjoy the beauty of nature. Another attraction is national Bonsai Park situated in the same gardens. Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple, it’s the world’s Largest Hindu Temple. In 12 acres of land, you will find the temple, museum, several parks and a huge cultural center.
Raj Ghat is Mahatma Gandhi’s memorial and his cremation ground, surrounded by lush green lawns at all sides. National Museum is famous for its History, Relics and Educational Insights. It is one of the India’s largest museums with artifacts ranging from Harappan Civilization to British colonial era. Rashtrapati Bhavan is the official home of the president of Inda, It was designed by the famous British architect Edwin Lutyens. Jama Masjid is another fine example of Mughal architecture’s golden age under Shah Jahan, It is a largest masque in India.