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Qutab Minar:

Qutab Minar has been declared as a world heritage site by UNESCO. Located in the Mehrauli area of Delhi, it is the tallest minaret in India. Particularly in the evening, Qutab Minar, is a treat to the eyes as the building gives a magnificent look in the lights.


Humayun’s Tomb:

Located in the East Nizammudin area of Delhi, Humayun’s Tomb is a gem in the monumental wealth of India. Built in 16th century, this is the first official tomb in India. It has also been inducted into a world heritage site by UNESCO. A visit to this place is simply enchanting as it takes one into a trans of the majestic Mughal period.


India Gate:

India Gate has a great historical and national significance. This monument is a tribute to all those soldiers who have lost their lives fighting for their motherland. India Gate is surrounded by lush green lawns that witness a huge rush of people especially during evenings.


Rashtrapati Bhavan:

This monumental building located on the Raisina Hill is the official residence of the President of India. The Mughal Gardens located behind the Bhavan are a must watch. Excellent landscape with beautiful flowers adds to the charm of this place.


Red Fort:

This is another splendid Indian monument and is made of red-stone. This fort has also been declared as a World Heritage site. On the eve of Independence-day the Prime Minister of India delivers his speech from the ramparts of the Red Fort.


Purana Qila:

Purana Qila is the oldest structure in Delhi. Located near Indraprastha, this structure is built 5000 years ago and is believed to have enclosed a village within its walls. The fort and its acres of sprawling green gardens on lake side offer great views. Many tourists come here to enjoy boating.


Raj Ghat:

Situated near the Darya Ganj area of Old Delhi, Raj Ghat is the resting place of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of modern India. The flame here that keeps burning at the centre of a marbled platform is the mark of homage to this great man. This Ghat is located at the banks of the Yamuna River. A visit to the Raj Ghat is highly refreshing as the calmness and serenity of this place will have a soothing effect to your mind.


Lodi Gardens:

A hotspot in Delhi, the Lodi Gardens is a sprawling 90 acres of land, on the Lodi road near Khan Market. It epitomizes the splendid skill of the architects of Lodi dynasty. Many Delhiites relish their morning walks in the spectacular and lush green Lodi Gardens.



ISKCON Temple is located in the East of Kailash area, New Delhi. It is one of the biggest temples in the country and the devout place of Lord Krishna. Round the year this temple witness huge influx of domestic and international tourists.


Akshardham Mandir:

Being the largest temple complex in the world, Akshardham Mandir invites thousands of tourists. Round the year, the Mandir complex witnesses several grand cultural and religious festivals. The sprawling green lawns of the Mandir and its location on the banks of Yamuna River are a feast to eyes as well as a relaxation to the mind.


Jama Masjid:

Jamaq Masjid is the biggest mosque in India with a capacity to accommodate almost twenty five thousand devotees. It is located in Old Delhi along the bustling Chawri Bazar road. Every Fridays there will be a huge gathering of Muslims in the premises of this Masjid.


Hauz Khas village:

Located in south Delhi, Hauz Khas Village a great commercial hub that dates back to the medieval period. The place balances an old world charm perfectly with the changing needs of modern world. Hauz Khas bustles with lot of shops, eateries and cultural activities at nights.



Situated near Connaught Place in central Delhi, Janpath is the most preferred destination of shopaholics. From trendy to ethnic clothing, handicrafts to modern accessories, Janpath is the buzz word with economical pricing.