New Delhi

In dino garche dakkan mein hai badi qadre sukhan,
Kaun jaaye 'Zauq' par, Dilli ki galiyan chhod kar. ---Ustad Zauq

DelhiDelhi is the capital of India and 2nd most populous metropolitan city of India. Delhi is said to be the site of Indraprastha, the capital of pandavas in Mahabharata. Delhi has a long history.  By 1200 century Delhi was completely under Turkish Muslim rulers like Qutb-ud-din-Aibak, Muhammad –bin-Tuglaq etc.ruled Delhi   for about 300 years. Then came Mughals who ruled the city for 500 years which included the reign of big names like Babur, Akbar, and Shah Jahan.  For one century Marathas ruled Delhi but in 1800 finally like other cities British took control of the city.  Today Delhi borders the state of Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana. Earlier Delhi was a part of Punjab but later on it was given the status of different entity. Delhi experiences hot summers and cold winters. Best time to visit here is from November to March.

  • Qutb Minar

    Qutb Minar

    This minar is the 2nd tallest Minar in India and it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Situated in Mehrauli area in Old Delhi, it is a 73 mts. tall building made up of red sandstone and marble. Qutb Minar was started by Qutb-ud-din-Aibak and his successor Iltutmish took forward the construction. Later Firoz Shah Tuglaq completed the building.

  • Jama Masjid

    Jama Masjid

    It is the most reputed Mosque in India and it is located in very busy area of old Delhi. It was ordered by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan and was completed in 1656. The flooring resembles with Jama Masjid of Agra but the former is bigger and impressive. As other monuments of Mughal Era this monument too has Turkish elements of construction.

  • Red Fort

    Red Fort

    The Red Fort made up of red sanstone was built by Shah Jahan in 1648 and it remained as the residence of Mughal Emperor of India untills 1857 when British took it over from Mughals. The Red Fort is one of the most iconic symbols of India .Right from the architecture to gardens, surroundings. On 15th of August the Prime minister of India hoists the national flag through Red fort.

  • Akshardham Temple

    Akshardham Temple

    It is one of the most respected temples of India. It displays a number of Hindu and Indian culture. The temple is constructed from Rajasthan pink Sandstone and Italian marble. The temple consists of around 20000 statues of Hindu sadhus and other spiritual people. Akshardham attracts high number of tourists across the world and is on the top of their wish list.

  • Lotus Temple

    Lotus Temple

    This temple is dedicated to ‘Bahai-house of Worship’ and it is situated in Bahapur village near the city. The temple derived its name because of its shape. The entire temple is in the shape of Lotus flower and it is very fine work of modern architecture. It has won various awards for its architecture and one of the most prominent temples of whole Asia.

  • India Gate

    India Gate

    India Gate is a major tourist attraction situated in the heart of the city. It is a memorial to 80000 soldiers who died in First World War in near or the far East.’ Amar Jawan Jyoti ‘lies beneath the India gate which reminds us of the martyrs of war. On republic day and on Vijay diwas Wreaths are placed at the ‘Amar Jawan Jyoti ‘by the Prime Minister of India and other officials.

In dino garche dakkan mein hai badi qadre sukhan,
Kaun jaaye 'Zauq' par, Dilli ki galiyan chhod kar. ---Ustad Zauq

DelhiDelhi is the capital of India and 2nd most populous metropolitan city of India. Delhi is said to be the site of Indraprastha, the capital of pandavas in Mahabharata. Delhi has a long history.  By 1200 century Delhi was completely under Turkish Muslim rulers like Qutb-ud-din-Aibak, Muhammad –bin-Tuglaq etc.ruled Delhi   for about 300 years. Then came Mughals who ruled the city for 500 years which included the reign of big names like Babur, Akbar, and Shah Jahan.  For one century Marathas ruled Delhi but in 1800 finally like other cities British took control of the city.  Today Delhi borders the state of Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana. Earlier Delhi was a part of Punjab but later on it was given the status of different entity. Delhi experiences hot summers and cold winters. Best time to visit here is from November to March.

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