Sightseeing places in Delhi to Visit

Delhi is one of those huge, but puzzlingly sprawling cities that, despite spending days here, you might miss out on quite a bit. And that just adds intrigue to his endearing. Your tour of Delhi takes you to two distinct parts of it. Delhi tour brings you to two distinct parts of it. Old Delhi to the north and New Delhi to the south established by the British. And once you’ve conquered the shock of culture, you’ll slip into a city’s speed and rhythm, hosting plenty of sights that will attract incredible charm.

Since the 6th century BC, this fascinating city has existed and seen ups and downs from the Pandavas rule right up to the British Raj. Visit the largest mosque in India, Jama Masjid, built by Emperor Shah Jahan. The mosque courtyard can accommodate approximately 25,000 worshippers. Enjoy a rickshaw ride in Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi Noisy’s busiest, noisy and exclusive Indian market. 

Next visit drive past the Red Fort, which was built under Emperor Shah Jahan’s rule and served as the Mughal royal family’s residenceBecause every Independence Day, the Prime Minister makes a speech from its ramparts as the Indian flag is hoisted, it remains important to date. Then drive past India Gate, President House, and several other government buildings in Delhi’s Edwin Lutyen before going to Rajghat, Mahatma Gandhi’s memorialA simple memorial marks the place of cremation of Mahatma Gandhi in 1948. 

Then, visit the tomb of Humayun, commissioned in 1562 by the mother of Humayun, Hamida Banu Begum. It was the first garden tomb designed on the Indian subcontinent where a large scale of red sandstone was used by the Persian architect. Overnight in Delhi. Finish your Delhi tour with a visit to India Gate on a bang, and arch that lights up as night falls in the national colors.

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