India’s capital city Delhi (Delhi) is in its oldest historical existence. Where it is considered as the political battlefield of the Pecho, it is the center point for tourism in many tourist spots. According to historical facts, Delhi (Delhi) 17 times destroyed and 17 times settled. In the order of this settlement and settlement, the legend of various dynasties is composed in my life from the mythological period to modern times. Today, seeing Delhi (Delhi), how many times Delhi has settled down, its beauty has increased. The evidence of the architectural and architectural art of Rajput Rajo and the Mughal emperors, Delhi saved in its testimony is the unprecedented testimony of unprecedented pride.

After 1911, the British formulated the outline of the modern Delhi. Today Delhi shows the cohesiveness of the past and the present. On the one hand, the historic tomb, fort and the tower have the same skyscrapers and glittering markets attract tourists. Delhi on the west bank of Yamuna is divided into two parts: Old Delhi and New Delhi. Famous buildings and markets are visible in the old Delhi area such as the Red Fort, Jama, Masjid, Chandni Chowk. On the other hand, the New Delhi area has a tourist spot like Parliament House, Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate, National Museum, Pragati Maidan, Jantar-Moonar, Lotus Temple, Birla Temple etc. While presently Delhi touches Ghaziabad, Noida in Uttar Pradesh, it also touches the Gurgaon area of Haryana.

Places to visit in Delhi

Red Fort New Delhi India


 Red Fort New Delhi– In the Shah Jahan, the construction of the Red Fort with red stones was started which was completed in 1648. This fort is spread over a distance of 2 km. The center of attraction in the fort is Moti Masjid, Diwan-i-Aam, Diwan-i-Khas, Royal Bathroom or Hammam and Rang Mahal etc. Apart from this, there is a collection of Mughal art collections in the museum, which has excellent works of art, arms, and painting. The biggest attraction for foreign tourists is the Meena Bazaar, which looks here. The beauty of this famous market is not even in the Mughal period, but on the things found here, enamel and carvings easily attract people. Apart from this, the Light and Sound program to be presented each evening in Red Fort gives a glimpse of our historical background.

Jama Masjid Delhi

Jama Masjid – The opposite of the entrance of the Lala fort is located on the other side of the road. The unique example of Mughal architecture is the Jama Masjid, its 2 huge stands are 40 meters high and 3 huge entrances extend towards its magnificence. In 1644, the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan had started its construction. From the eastern end of the mosque, the stunning scenes of the Red Fort can be seen. Jama Masjid has spread in such a large area that 25 thousand people can pray regularly together.

Raj Ghat Delhi


Rajghat– Mahatma Gandhi in Rajghat, Lal Bahadur Shastri on Vijay Pratishtha and Jawaharlal Nehru’s conferences in Shanti Van are built on the other side of the ring road from the Red Fort. The confines of Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi are known as Shakti Kendra and Veerabhumi respectively. The biggest attraction of these Samadhyas, where these historic figures are saved, the lush green gardens free the tourists from the stress of their journey through their natural shade.

Purana Quila Delhi

Purana Quila– Our ancient past is our ancient past. It is believed that it was built by Pandavas in Mahabharata period. This unique example of architecture built by Pandavas is now turning into ruins.

Gandhi Memorial Museum

Gandhi Memorial Museum– The Gandhi Memorial Museum, which was built near Mahatma Gandhi Samadhi site, has been kept safe by collecting items related to Mahatma Gandhi’s life.

Pragati Maidan Delhi


Pragati Maidan– Pragati Maidan is the center of National and International Exhibitions. The International Trade Fair is held every year from November 14 to 27. Apart from this, book fair and many other fairs are held from time to time.

Delhi Zoo

The Zoo– The habitat of the wild creatures, which have been inhabited in the south of the old fort, where animals and animals of different races can be seen. It is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the summer and from 9 am to 5 p.m. in winter.

India Gate new Delhi


The India Gate– 42 feet high on the eastern end of Rajpath, memorial of India Gate | Here Amar Jawan Jyoti shines. This memorial was built in remembrance of the martyrs during World War I. The names of 90 thousand martyrs are mentioned here.

President's House India

 The President House – The Rashtrapati Bhavan is located on the opposite side of the India gate at Rajpath. This house was also the residence of Lord Mountbatten, the last Viceroy of Independence East India. The internal areas have not been opened for the general public in terms of safety reasons. Mughal Gardens built in the Rashtrapati Bhavan, from February to March every year, is opened to the general public.

The Supreme Court– Rashtrapati Bhawan – Located near the Rashtrapati Bhavan and south of Rajpath, is the Indian Sansad Bhawan. This is an excellent example of architecture and architecture. This building is made in Golmaal. Its diameter is 171 meters.

 The Connaught Place New Delhi


The Connaught Place– Delhi’s central point is considered as Connaught Place. It is circular, with offices of many big companies in the outer and outer scale. There is also an underground municipal market. There is a large park and restaurants like Vippe and Macdonald.

Jantar Mantar New Delhi

Jantar- Mantar– Banat-Moon is located at a distance from Connaught Place. Which was built by Sawai King Jai Singh of Jaipur in 1725. The sunny clock built here gives information about planetary constellations and astronomical phenomena. It is the center of attraction for tourists interested in astronomy.

Birla Temple New Delhi

Birla Temple– Birla Temple is situated at a distance of 1 km from the Connaught Place. This is a masterpiece of modern Indian architecture. It was built by industrialist Birla in 1938…

The Qutub Minar delhi


The Qutub Minar– From the point of view of architecture and tourism, the Qutub Minar is important in the Mehrauli area of Delhi. This Qutbuddin Aibak started making this in 1193. Kutubuddin Aibak passed away after it became a floor, then his successors completed it. First, it had 7 stories but now there is only 5 remaining. A curved ladder is made inside the tower to see its upper storages. Throughout the 80s, tourists can see it only in bloom. The Iron Man is built near this historic monument. The biggest feature of this pillar is that it is standing without war even while covering every season. This iron pillar is considered to be quite ancient.

The Lotus Temple

The Bahai Temple– Lotus Temple of Bahai Dharmavalambians is made up of Nehru Place in South Delhi. A unique comfort is seen when you reach inside this temple. This Kamalakasari temple, built in the ’80s, has become a hotspot for tourists.

National Museum New Delhi

 The National Museum– The National Museum, near the Rashtrapati Bhavan, has preserved the artistic and archaeological objects of various colonies throughout India. Here is a collection of wooden metal and terracotta and stone statues, it is opened from 10 am to 5 pm for the audience. It is closed on Monday.

Swaminarayan Akshardham

Swaminarayan Akshardham, New Delhi


The Akshardham Temple– Akshardham Temple is located on National Highway 24 in Delhi. Temple Swaminarayan is known as Akshardham Temple. Lord Swaminarayan is considered as the primary deity in this temple. There are some idols of Hindu Gods and Goddesses like Shiva Parvati, Sita Ram, Lakshmi Narayan and Radha Krishna in the temple premises.

Humayun's Tomb Delhi

The Humayun’s Tomb– The magnificent tomb built in the memory of another Mughal ruler Samrat Humayun, to climb the throne, stands as an excellent rule for the style of the Mughal royal tomb. This is the first of the grand dynasty gardens-cemeteries. In 1565, after nine years of the tomb’s death, the Persian wife and chief wife of Humayun, Bega Begum, started the mausoleum. It was completed in 1572 AD under the protection of Mughal emperor Akbar, the third Mughal ruler, and son of Humayun. Nizamuddin, located in eastern Dehli, is the best preserved of Humayun’s Tomb or Muqbara-e-Humayun Mughal monuments and was declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1993.

Although Puri Delhi is viewable only, it is not easy to see Puri Delhi. If Puri wants to see the sights of Delhi, then you can visit all the sights by visiting special buses of Delhi Transport from Scindia House, New Delhi. Apart from this, private buses also travel outside the railway station. It would be better for the common tourist, travel by Delhi through these special buses, otherwise, the taxi or scooter would be spent more than the other times.

Everything can be purchased from Delhi. There is a large business center here. Chandni Chowk, Khari Baoli, Ajmal Khan Road, Sadar Bazar. Shopping can be done from South Extension Road, Lodhi Road, Connaught Place, Palika Bazar and various supermarkets.