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Places to Visit in Delhi

Delhi is a dream city offering a multitude of attractions and interesting places to see. The place is full of mesmerizing sites that truly reflect the ancient architecture.
Facts state that it has been built, captured, ransacked, and rebuilt seven times before, and the city as we see today is in its 8th avatar. Presently Delhi It attract tourists and vacationers from all over the world with its numerous attractions including heritage monuments, religious monuments, historic sites reflecting India’s art & architecture, culture, tradition, history and many more.

World Heritage Sites

Humayun Tomb

Famous as the “Mini Taj” in Delhi, this is the mausoleum of the famous Mughal ruler Humayun. This beautiful archaeological site was built by Humayun’s eldest wife. This mesmerizing sculpture built by sandstone & marble. The dome like structure and artistic craving gives you an mesmerizing view.

Red Fort

It is one of the largest and grandiose forts of splendor of Mughal architecture in India. Red fort was at that time a city within a city. This fort built with 33 meters high walls of red sandstone, having large arched gateway, there is a small museum inside the fort having royal armors, weapons, British officers’ dress, and many other relics.

Qutub Minar

The structure was built by red sandstone & marble. It was built by as a victory tower by Qutub ud din Aibak, after defeating the last Hindu ruler.

Historical sites

India Gate

This is a war memorial built to honor Indian soldiers who lost their lives during the Afghan wars and World War I.

Jama Masjid

Jama Masjid is the biggest mosque in India and locally known as the Masjid-i-Jahan Numa. It is famous for two things: Its structural size and the Biryani shops in the area.

Places of worship

Lotus Temple

This is the great white lotus flower shaped monument which is made out of marble and its elegance attracted millions of visitors every year. One can visit this place of worship and can be lost in the silence.

Chattarpur Temple

This temple is dedicated to Hindu God Hanuman. Visitors can take a look at the big statue of Lord Hanuman fixed on the opposite side of the temple.

Akshardham Temple

This is a modern-made temple which is quite big in size. Spread across an area of 100-acre, the intricately carved temple contains high-technology exhibitions. The well maintained gardens are a treat to watch.

Laxminarayan Temple

It is a 3 floored temple opened in 1939. The temple spread over 7.5 acres, dedicated to Lakshmi (Hindu goddess of wealth), and her consort Narayana. Some other pilgrimage sites are Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, ISKCON Temple, Cathedral Church of Redemption, and St. James’ Church etc.

Shoping Bazaars

Chandani Chowk Bazaar

This is the oldest and main market area of the city. This market keeps alive from Mughal era and popular for its traditional ethnic wear and jewellery. This biggest wholesale suppliers market is a hub for exclusive bridal wear lehengas and also famous for local eateries, delectable chats and snacks.

Connaught Place

This largest commercial area is a shopping centre that is located right in the heart of the city. There are a number of showrooms, five star hotels, movie theatres, restaurants and bars. This place is famous for traditional Indian sarees.

Palika Bazaar and Janpath

These are the new trendy markets of the city. One can check his bargaining skill in this underground market. It is famous for cheap garments and electronic gadgets.
Some other famous market places of the city are Dilli Haat, Sarojini Nagar Lajpat Nagar, and Karol Bagh.

Lutyens' of the city


Rajpath is the ceremonial way (meaning King’s Way) in New Delhi. This path is filled with beautiful gardens and fountains that are floodlit at night.

Sansad Bhavan or Parliament House

Sansad Bhavan or Parliament House is a circular building designed by the British architects. This is the place where all the laws of the country are framed.

Rashtrapati Bhavan

Presently Rashtrapati Bhavan is the house of President of India. This place was originally constructed for the Governor General of India.


There are two famous Museums are situated namely National Museum and National Rail Museum. National Museum contains a variety of articles related to art of historic era to modern works of art.
National Rail Museum offers a toy train ride or world’s oldest operational steam locomotive the 1855.

Other Interesting Places

Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar is made up of 13 architectural astronomy instruments. The main motif to construct this observatory is to calculate the calendar and astronomical tables.

Agrasen ki baoli

Agrasen ki baoli is an ancient step well, built by Raja Agrasen in the era of Mahabharata. It is also must visited attraction of the city.

Purana Quila

This fort is a well planned fort of the Mughal rulers. It is strong and has bold designs.

Raj Ghat

This is the final place of resting of the nation’s father, Mahatma Gandhi. Built after Mahatma Gandhi’s death in 1948, it consists of a fire baton which is always burning signifying the Mahatma’s presence.

National Zoological Park

The Delhi Zoo is a 16th century citadel with plenty of greenery and animal varieties.

Famous street food

It is not surprising to find the delicious food stall in every corner of the city. Starting from Italian cuisine to Chinese dishes, every popular food item is available in these street food stalls. Street food in Delhi can makes the mouth water, simply with their looks. The most famous street food items are paranthas of hundreds of stuffed varieties, Dahi Bhalla, Chat Papri, Choley Bhaturey, dosa, chines, Butter Chicken, Kadai Paneer etc.
You will surely get wonderful experience after visiting the astonishing sites in Delhi.

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