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India Gate

Situated in the heart of the city, the India Gate is one of the most popular and well-known monuments in India. It was designed by Edwin Lutyens, with its foundation laid in the year 1920. The 42 mts. high war memorial was unveiled in the year 1933 and is a tribute to the 70,000 British soldiers who lost their lives in various battles.
Among the martyrs of World War |, the names of 13,500 soldiers are inscribed on the walls of this structure. Post independence, the India Gate became a site of 'Amar Jawan Jyoti' - Indian Army's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The running fountains and well-manicured lawns around the memorial make ita breathtaking place for a picnic as well as a family outing.

Qutab Minar

Qutb-Minar in red and buff standstone is the highest tower in India. It has a diameter of 14.32 m at the base and about 2.75 m on the top with a height of 72.5 m.
Qutbu'd-Din Aibak laid the foundation of Minar in AD 1199 for the use of the mu'azzin (crier) to give calls for prayer and raised the first storey, to which were added three more storeys by his successor and son-in-law, Shamsu'd-Din Iltutmish (AD 1211-36). All the storeys are surrounded by a projected balcony encircling the minar and supported by stone brackets, which are decorated with honey-comb design, more conspicuously in the first storey.


Stretching from Rajpath meaning 'King's Way' is a ceremonial avenue that is used during the Republic Day every year. It is located in the central part of Delhi and stretches from the Rashtrapati Bhavan through Vijay Chowk and India Gate, making it easily accessible from every corner of the capital city.
Known as one of the most important roads of India, it was designed by Edwin Lutyens, who was also the architect of the majestic Viceroy's Palace and the Rashtrapati Bhavan. The presence of lush green lawns and canals on both sides of the avenue breathes new life into the whole place, making it a picturesque spot for family picnics.

Humayun's Tomb

The Humayun's Tomb is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Delhi Built for Mughal Emperor Humayun in the year 1570, itis the first grand dynastic garden mausoleum of the subcontinent. The tomb was constructed on the banks of the Yamuna river near the Nizamuddin Dargah. Spread across an area of 30 acres, it offers a panoramic view of the majestic Char Bagh - a Persian style garden with pools connected to intersecting water channel pathways.
The unique octagonal shape of the monument makes it one of the finest examples of Mughal architecture. One of the best ways to reach this site is by availing the Delhi sightseeing tour service that also covers other famous locations like the Bahai Temple, Red Fort, Qutub Minar, etc.

Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar (Yantra - instruments, mantra - formulae) was constructed in 1724. Maharaja Jai Singh of Jaipur who built this observatory went on to build other observatories in Ujjain , Varanasi and Mathura. Jai Singh had found the existing astronomical instruments too small to take correct measurements and so he built these larger and more accurate instruments.
The instruments at Jantar Mantar are fascinating for their ingenuity, but accurate observations can no longer be made from here because of the tall buildings around.

Guru Tegh Bahadur Memorial

With a view to beautify all the entry points of Delhi, Government of NCT of Delhi has set up Guru Tegh Bahadur Memorial near Singhu Boarder (G.T.Karnal Road) National Highway-1 and is presently being maintained by Delhi Tourism, Government of Delhi.
This complex has been constructed in the area of 11.87 acres with a 24 meter high central pylon with petals at the base represents the Guru & his strength and the three “C” arches denote his three followers and the monoliths represent the 10 Sikh Gurus’ with their sayings inscribed on them.

Lotus Temple

East of Nehru place, this temple is built in the shape of a lotus flower and is the last of seven Major Bahai's temples built around the world. Completed in1986 it is set among the lush green landscaped gardens.
The structure is made up of pure white marble The architect Furiburz Sabha chose the lotus as the symbol common to Hinduism, Buddhism, Bhai TempleJainism and Islam. Adherents of any faith are free to visit the temple and pray or meditate.