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Delhi Tourist Places

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Delhi, India’s capital territory, is a massive metropolitan area in the country’s north. In Old Delhi, a neighborhood dating to the 1600s, stands the imposing Mughal-era Red Fort, a symbol of India, and the sprawling Jama Masjid mosque, whose courtyard accommodates 25,000 people. Nearby is Chandni Chowk, a vibrant bazaar filled with food carts, sweets shops and spice stalls.
 
 
Delhi Guided Holidays & Tours
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Delhi City Tour - 3 Days Delhi Delhi USD 193 was USD 193 0% off
Golden Triangle Tour - 7 Days Delhi Delhi USD 305 was USD 305 0% off
Best of North India Tour - 10 Days Delhi Delhi USD 510 was USD 464 10% off
Golden Triangle Tour with Bandhavgarh - 12 Days Delhi Delhi USD 770 was USD 670 15% off
Splendors of India - 21 Days Delhi Mumbai USD 1132 was USD 1132 0% off
Golden Triangle Tour with Jungle Safari - 10 Days Delhi Delhi USD 677 was USD 574 18% off
 
 
Delhi Tourist Places
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Qutab Minar
Qutub Minar complex stands tall as an evidence of this. It was built by Qutub-ud-din Aibak and Iltutmish. The most outstanding structure here is a huge brick minaret, the tallest of its kind in the world. The visitors are not allowed to climb the stairs inside the minaret, which lead right to the top of the structure to a height of 73 M. at the base of the minar is the Quwwat-ul-Islam Masjid.
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Red Fort
Red Fort in Delhi is One of the best places to visit. The walls of the fort alone are about 02 Km long, and surrounded by a deep forbidding moat, which in earlier times could only be crossed by a wooden draw-bridge. This grand structure in red stone is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Delhi, from where the prime minister addresses the nation every year on Independence Day.
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Humayun Tomb
Humayun Tomb Delhi, is more than just another historical marker of India at large. In its arches, gateways, mihrab, courtyards and garden, the decline of Mughal Dynasty and rise of the British Empire can be still traced. Initially, at the time of its establishment, the central chamber where the tomb lies was furnished richly with Persian carpets, a shamiana with the cenotaph covered with a white sheet and a copy of Quran, Humayun sword and shoes kept in front of it.
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Bhai (Lotus) Temple
Lotus Temple New Delhi is an important landmark in the city. This place of worship of the Bahai sect is literally constructed in the shape of a large, white lotus flower. An architectural feat in itself, this beautiful temple is flocked by people from all religions, a living example of the openness and equality promoted by Bahai laws. One is allowed to read or chant from holy scriptures belonging to any religion, but nobody is allowed to play musical instruments, give sermons or hold religious ceremonies inside the hall.
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Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple
Akshardham Temple in Delhi has been built following the Vastu Sashtra and Pancharata Sashtra. The temple is symbolic of the Indian culture, architecture and spirituality.
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India Gate
India Gate, through your flight window on a clear day, or when it is beautifully lit up during evenings. Originally called All India War Memorial, this is undoubtedly one of the most prominent landmarks in the capital city. The monument commemorates the 90,000 soldiers of British Indian Army who lost their lives in World War I and the Third Anglo Afghan War. The structure is made of red and slightly pale sandstone and granite adding a level of magnificence to the structure.
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Lodi Garden
Lodi Garden encapsulates an entire era of the Pashtun dynasty that ruled over most of Northern India during 16 CE. Studded with domes of the tombs of rulers from the Sayyid and Lodi dynasties, Lodi Garden is one of the few landmarks in Delhi that has been assimilated in the daily lives of every successive generations over the years. From afar you can spot the tomb of Mohammed Shah, the earliest of the tombs built at the gardens in 1444, identifiable by its overhanging stone eaves, octagonal structure with a central chamber. Sikander Lod tomb is the double domed, smaller structure in the north-west corner of the garden.
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Jama Masjid
Jama Masjid creation was started in the year 1650 AD and completed in 1656 AD. With a massive courtyard that can house up to 25,000 people at the same time, is one of the most famous and largest mosques in India. Apart from its religious importance, it has some great architectural value.
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Feroz Shah Kotla Fort
Feroz Shah Kotla Fort is a typical structure of that era. What you see today is a pyramidal structure in ruins that was once adorned with priceless stones and painted features. However, you can still get some nice pictures clicked here so don't forget to bring your camera along.
 
 
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