The capital of India has a proud full history which created and added lots of attraction to the city. There are lots of places, forts, mosques, modern creations, etc.. Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker are the designers of the New Delhi. It's been the center of many government offices and embassies. The UNESCO added The Qutub Minar, Red Fort and Humayun's Tomb to World Heritage sites.
Qutab-ud-din Aibak built the Quatub Minar after he defeated Delhi's last Hindu Kingdom. It has five distinct storeys. The red sandstones are used for first three storeys. Marble and sandstone used for the fourth and fifth floors. The Quwwat-UL-Islam Mosque, the first mosque to be built in India situated at the foot of the tower.
It is the living memories of the soldiers who fought and died in the first world war. They were part of the British army. Edward Lutyens is the constructor of the India gate, It took around 10 years to complete the historical gate which is having 42 meters of height. India gate is located in Rajpath, which leads to the President's residence. Amar Jawan Jyoti is a smoldering shrine underneath the curve of the renowned India Gate
The Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan built the red fort in the 17th century. Red fort is a must see destination in Delhi, a masterpiece of architecture. Red Fort is located on the bank of Yamuna. The areas like marble palaces, halls of public, gardens, mosque, and plush apartments are very much impressive to amaze the people.
The largest mosque in India is situated in Delhi. It was constructed between 1644 and 1658 during the period of Shah Jahan. It took six years to complete the work with 5000 workers. It will revel the glorious days of Muslim rulers.
Fariborz Sahba is the designer of the lotus temple which is built in the shape of a half opened lotus flower. It is also known as in the name of Bahai Temple. The temple is made of marble, sand, cement and dolomite. Lotus Temple is surrounded by a pool.
Rajghat is the memorial place of the Mahatma Gandhi's. Both national and internationals come to the place to pay their homage to Mahatma Gandhi. You can also find a Gandhi Memorial Museum near by this place.
Raja Jai Singh II of Jaipur built Jantar Mantar in 1724. The word Jantar Mantar means 'instrument for calculating.' Samrat Yantra, Jai Prakash and Ram Yantra are the three instruments found in the Jantar Mantar of Delhi. Don't miss the chance to see the creation of Raja Jai Singh second , the astronomer king and mathematician..
• Bangla Sahib in Delhi
• Akshardham Temple
• Old Fort
• Lodhi Garden
• Humayun's Tomb
• Safdarjang's Tomb
• Delhi Haat
• Laxmi Narayan Temple
• Iskcon Temple
• Tughlaqabad Fort
• National Agricultural Science Museum
• Rashtrapati Bhawan
• National Museum