Jama Masjid of Delhi is the main mosque in India. The Jama Masjid is positioned in the old city. It stands in front of the Red Fort crossways the road. It projects beautifully into the Old-Delhi skyline. It was built amid 1644 and 1658.
Red Fort (closed on Monday)
This impressive fort built throughout the Mughal royal leader Shah Jahan’s reign, this majestic building made of red stonework is the position from where the Prime Minister of India addresses the nation every Independence Day. The Diwan-e-khas, and Diwan-e-am, the arms museum and the sound and light show are all worth seeing at the Red Fort.
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The monument of the Father of Nation, Raj Ghat is located amidst a lush garden. The last remark of Gandhi “Hey Ram’’ is inscribed on his cenotaph in golden letters. Near are two Gandhi museums in the premises namely Gandhi Memorial Museum and Gandhi Smriti Museum.
Jantar Mantar consists of 13 architectural astronomy instrument, built by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Jaipur, from 1724 onwards, and is one of five build by him. The primary purpose of the observatory was to compile astronomical tables and to expect the time and movements of the sun, moon and planets.
Lakshmi Narayan Birla Temple
This is a comparatively modern temple build in 1938 by the manufacturer B.D. Birla. The temple was the favourite place of worship of Mahatma Gandhi.
Indira Gandhi Memorial (closed on Monday)
Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum was the residence of the former Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi. After her assassination, the log cabin was converted into a museum.
Rashtrapati Bhawan was formerly known as ‘Viceroy’s House’ and was busy by the Governor-General of India, until independence. Also known as President’s House, the structure holds a important position in New Delhi. It has 340 decorated rooms and a floor area of 200,000 quad feet. Planned by the British designer
The Parliament House of India is situated in the northwestern side of the Vijay Chowk in the surrounding area of the secretariat buildings. The parliament house marks domination of the world’s major democratic system. The Parliament House of India has a central hall topped with a domed collection and three semi circular chambers. These chambers were originally assigned to house the council of state, lawmaking assembly and the chamber of princes.
Positioned on Rajpath, in the middle of Delhi, this 42-meter high arch, was planned by Edwin Lutyens, in memory of the Indian soldiers who sacrifice their lives during the first World War. Their names can be seen celebrated on the arch. The Amar Jawan Jyoti, an eternal flame, burns in memory of the unknown soldier, beneath the shelter of the arch, which is encircled by green lawns, fountains and water bodies – an evergreen picnic zone in the heart of central Delhi
Built during the reign of Sultan Qutub-ud-din Aibak in 1199 A.D., this 72.5 m high pillar is a representation of the Delhi Sultanate. Near it can be seen the skeleton of Kila Ri Pithora, the fort of Prithviraj Chauhan, and an amazing iron column from Gupta period which has not yet rusted.
Lotus Temple (closed on Monday)
Lotus Temple is single of the most incredible architectures of the Bahai faith. It is positioned at Kalkaji, a place close to New Delhi. The temple has been constructed to look like a lotus flower. The enormous lotus flower has been made out of marble, dolomite, cement, and sand. The temple does not oblige restrictions on any visitor and has been thrown open to populace of all religions. Delhi And transfer for your own destination.
Akshardham Temple (closed on Monday)
Akshardham show the conservative Indian and Hindu culture, spirituality. The compos is a large central monument exclusively of stone, exhibitions on incidents from the life of Swaminarayan and the history of India.