New Delhi Travel Guide: Directory to the Heart of India

New Delhi – The capital of India is situated in the north-central region of the country on the west bank of Yamuna river. It is symbol of country rich past and thriving present with monuments, architecture and places contributing to the glory of the city. Regarded as the second-wealthiest city of India, it is a place where ancient and modern blend seamlessly together. New Delhi travel guide will help you to locate some of the best sites which describes about the rich past that the city is engulfed with.

New Delhi - The Capital of India

India Gate:


India Gate

Located near Rajpath, India Gate is 42 m high war memorial . It was built to honor the soldiers who lost their lives during the First World War and during the Third Afghan War. It is regarded as the largest war memorial in India. Even though a war memorial,the architectural design resembles like Arc de Triomphe of Paris, is one of the biggest tourist attraction which captures every visitors eye and making to the top list of New Delhi travel guide.

Qutb Minar:


Qutb Minar

It is a 73m high tower built by the first Muslim ruler of Delhi in the year 1193 by Qutab-ud-din-Aibak. Located in Mehrauli area of Delhi it is the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The tower has five distinct storeys with balcony on each storey.At the foot of the tower is the Quwwat-ul-Islam-Mosque,the first mosque to be built in India. The Iron Pillar of  India another historical monument is located on the courtyard of the mosque.

Red Fort:


Red Fort(Lal Qila)

Red fort or Lal Qila is located in Netaji Subhash Margh made up of red sand stones is a 17th century fortress built by the Mughal Empire to keep out invaders. The Lahori gate,the main entrance gate of Red Fort is where every year on Independence day the Prime minister of India hoists the national tricolor flag and delivers speech from its ramparts. You can find number of museums which can guide to brief history of Delhi.

Rashtrapati Bhavan:


Rashtrapati Bhavan

Rashtrapati Bhavan is the official home of the President is situated in Rajpath, New Delhi. Consisting of four floors and 340 rooms including guest rooms,offices, reception halls, large open spaces and presidential gardens(known as the Mughal Garden) is spread across 320 acres and is one of the largest residence of the head of the state in the world. The estate also comprises Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum Complex which showcases the past as well as the present. It is a unique art which can be added to the New Delhi travel guide.

Lotus Temple:


Lotus temple, Delhi

Lotus Temple

Located in Nehru place, New Delhi is a temple built in the shape of lotus flower is Bahai’s house of worship. Opened in 24 December 1986, it is open for all irrespective of their religion, sex or qualification. It is made up of white marble surrounded by green gardens and pools of water. The structure has nine doors opening to the central hall and is a masterpiece for its architectural design.

Humayun’s Tomb:


Humayun’s Tomb

Dedicated to the Mughal Emperor Humayun is located in Mathura Road, opposite to Nizamuddin Dargah, Delhi. It was commissioned by Humayun’s first wife Bega Begum. It is the first garden tomb to be built in India and its beauty can be seen in the charbagh garden which is a Persian type garden. The Humayun’s tomb encompasses the grave of Bega Begum herself and many other Mughal emperors like Dara shikoh, Jahandhar Shah and many others.

With wide places and monuments engulfed within the city, the other remarkable sites which can be added to the New Delhi travel guide are:

Parliament House

  • Parliament House
  • Jama Masjid
  • Birla Mandir
  • Garden of five senses
  • Jantar Mantar
  • Chandni Chowk
  • Purana Qila
  • Safdarjang Tomb
  • National Museum
  • Lodi Gardens
  • Iskcon Temple

Hotels for your comfort stay :


No trip to your favourite place can be marked with a pleasant stay. To have a memorable trip the stay should be complimenting in building a long-lasting memory of the trip. With the list of places to visit in Delhi, there are wide range of luxurious hotels available throughout the city to make your stay comfortable and providing an easy road map to the tourist places. From presidential suite room to general rooms are available to fit within your budget. The list of the hotels is too big to be added to the New Delhi travel guide, but some of the best hotels that are famous for their luxurious stay are listed below:

The Leela Palace ,Delhi

 

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Conclusion :


From many centuries over the past,many rulers had established their kingdom in Delhi. In the present date it is regarded as the political base of India. It is a city rich in all aspects from monuments to culture, politics to commercial and built with all modern art technology. It is a beautiful blend of the past and modern,working seamlessly together to uphold the city. The New Delhi travel guide will act as a travel directory which can build a route map of the major tourist attraction places.

 

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4 Comments to New Delhi Travel Guide: Directory to the Heart of India

  1. You made a thrilling ride on exploring the second richest city of India. There’s a ton of information starting from the Great Indian Gate, the Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Humayun Temple etc.
    The places of visit have been made easier with your inclusion of stay hotels nearest to the visit place.

    Continue adding more information of such places of delight for visits and help increase easier access for travellers around the world.

    I wish you all the best of luck and success in your online journey.
    Cheers!

  2. I have never been to India yet. But this was a great travel guide to read where you need to go and what you need to see. Will plan a trip to India in the near future. This will definately come in handy. Thank you for sharing.

  3. Ravihansa says:

    I would love to visit these places one day! Thank you for inspiring me!

  4. Cesar says:

    Incredible travel guide!!! I found the info that I was looking for. THANK YOU

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