Different Tastes of Delhi

Different Tastes of Delhi

If you ask me about Delhi I would straight away say that it is the heart and soul of the incredible India. Delhi the heart of India is the center for trade, business, education and what not. If we pour some light upon the Tourism of India one would say that it is simply matchless. There are endless enticing places to visit as this capital city is exceedingly huge in area and diversity.

One can begin to explore Old Delhi and its forts and masjid’s specially Jama masjid, World famous Red fort, Kashmiri gate, Lahori gate, and basically the places of historical background. There, one can see the buildings of old architecture and monuments.

You can also visit historical places like India gate which is as high as 42metres, Rashtrapati bhawan which is a renowned monument of Delhi as it was the palace of the viceroy of India, and at present it is the house of the President of India. Next  is  Red fort which is 2km wide and built of red sandstones by famous mughal emperor Shah Jahan, also Jantar Mantar  in Connaught place which is an observatory  where exists astronomical instruments  which follow the path of heavenly bodies and predict eclipses.

Among the Religious places are India’s largest mosque and last finest works of Emperor Shah jahan, Gurudwara sis ganj sahib is a symbol of martyrdom of guru teg bhadhur ji who fought against the outrage of mughals. The most visited religious place is Akshardham Temple which embodies 10000 years of Indian culture, and Lotus Temple which casts the true beauty of Indian architecture.

Parliamentary house also known as Sansad Bhawan is a must visit place as it is the most exquisite place of Delhi designed by Edwin lutyens.  There are endless places to visit in Delhi and some of them are Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar and the most famous Chandni chowk. Raj ghat which is of utmost importance is a memorial to Mahatma Gandhi and the lush garden of five senses which is built in an  acre area near Mehrauli and exhibits various themes water lilies, bamboo courts.

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