2. India Gate
Gateway of India is a monument that defines Delhi or India for that matter. This was made in 1931 as a memorial of the war of martyrs of World War I and war in Afghanistan. In Rajpath, the structure in nightlight looks amazing. One of the sights of Delhi is that the structures should be organized for the covered gardens.
If you are in Delhi on Republic Day, you should definitely go to the India Gate Parade, which is indeed a prestigious and the biggest event of India. Many international guests and national leaders are present on this occasion and pay tribute to freedom fighters and the great leaders of the country.
3. Rashtrapati Bhawan
Rajpath is the residence of the President of India in the opposite direction. Not far from the specific tourist spots in Delhi, access to this great piece of architecture is restricted. In its 200,000 sq ft area, with four floors and 340 rooms, its spacious walls have huge Presidential gardens (Mughal Gardens), large open spaces, bodyguards and employees, stables, other offices and public services. This great architectural building is the largest residence of any state head of the world. Architectural design of the building is based on the design of Edwardian Baroque. The central dome of the building is a true amalgamation of Indian and British architectural styles. A walk through the monument will tell you how big the monument is.
4. Qutub Minar
Of the other places to travel in Delhi, Qutub Minar is in its 73 meter high brick tower. Built by Qutb-ud-Din Aibak, there are five abundant floors with carvings and scripts engraved in the structure. Qutub Minar is part of Qutub Complex and has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. This red stone tower is a heritage site of India, it is a wonderful example of beautiful Iranian architecture with paros and urban details.
5. Jantar Mantar
Built in 1724 by Maharaja Jai Singh of Jaipur, Jantar Mantar is a celestial observatory. Attractive for their simplicity, instruments in Jantar Mantar can not be used properly due to high buildings around them. However, to commemorate the science of Indian astronomy, this journey is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Delhi. The main equipment of the observatory is Emperor Yantra, Jai Prakash, Ram Yantra and Mishra Yantra. There is also a Bhairav temple near the building. It was also built by Maharaja Jai Singh II.
6. Humayun’s Tomb
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Humayun's Tomb was built in 1570 by Haji Begum, wife of Humayun. It is indisputably one of the most amazing works of Mughal architecture, for which the Taj Mahal attributes its design. Not only the Mughal emperor Humayun's tomb, but also protects tombs of Beg Begum, Dara Shikoh, Hamida Begum and other important members of the Mughals. The tomb is made of red sandstone and white stone and looks cool and beautiful even after so many years.
7. Akshardham Temple
While visiting sightseeing in Delhi, one of the largest Hindu temples in the world is recommended to visit Swaminarayan Akshardham. Created by BAPS spiritual organization, it is an impressive architectural work that is made of pink stone and white marble. Located on the banks of Yamuna River, this temple has many exhibitions for visitors. There is a Mandap Abhishek, Sanskrit Darshan, Sahajanand Darshan and Nilkantha Darshan where you can enjoy a cultural boat ride. Themed garden is really an exciting place to come here. And when you are here, do not forget to go to the Anand Water Hall easily.
8. Chattarpur Temple
Situated between the beautiful surroundings of South Delhi, Chhatarpur is a popular temple founded by Saint Shri Nagpal Baba in the 1970s. This divine temple has incredible architecture and it is an ideal blend of north and south. Here are beautiful sculptures of Shiva-Parvati, Ram-Darbar, Maa Katyani, Radha-Krishna, Lord Ganesha, Devi Lakshmi and Lord Hanuman.
9. ISKON Temple
ISKCON is a spiritual institution founded by his divine grace, A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada in 1966 You can see beautiful visual presentations of the Bhagavad Gita with colorful lights which create amazing effects on the big screen. They also organize beautiful robotics and Mahabharata shows during the evening. There is an ordinary Govinda restaurant inside the temple facilities, where vegetarian food is obtained.
There are many museums inside the temple where you can visit extraordinary exhibitions. In addition, they organize multimedia shows for visitors. The best time to visit the ISKCON temple is Lord Krishna's birthday during the festival "Janmashtami". It is celebrated with pomp and if you do not visit this temple in this temple then it will be a big failure.
10. Lotus Temple
In the list of famous tourist destinations in Delhi, known as the Lotus Temple, Lotus symbolizes the four religions in the Bahai temple, which is Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism and Islam. This temple is related to the Bahá'í Faith, which declares that all people and religions are united. The worshipers of all religions are welcome here. You will find nine doors of this temple, which allow 2500 visitors at the same time. For a fascinating architecture, this building has received many awards and awards.
11. One of the largest mosques in India called ‘Jama Masjid’
Among the other tourist attractions in Delhi, India has the largest mosque: Jama Masjid. It can include 25,000 devotees at a time. This was the first architectural wonder of Shah Jahan. The mosque has four towers and the southern tower offers breathtaking views of the city. You have to wear appropriate dress to enter the mosque. If not, then rent the dress provided by the Mosque Authority.