Delhi is the national capital of the country Indian and this place definitely has so many wonderful things to show you. Each year people all around the world come to Delhi in order to explore the place. If you are also in this place and don’t want to miss out on anything interesting here and want to enjoy everything in this place then here are few places to visit in Delhi that you should not miss in case you are on your Delhi holiday and get yourself amazed with everything that Delhi has to offer you:
Red Fort is the place where every year the Indian flag is been hosted on the occasion of Independence Day which held on the 15th of august. The fort on this particular day becomes the most beautiful and do plan the trip on the month of August if you want to see the flag hosting. The red fort is a complete Mughal architectural building that is made upon red stones and makes sure to visit the place from 9 am to 6 pm otherwise it may get closed and every Monday it remains closed. It is the best place to go for solo travelers!!
The Indian gate defines Delhi for been the capital city of India, it beautiful gate that was built in the year 1931 and the purpose of this monument is to show some respect as well as honor to the people who were killed in the first world war. The monument looks amazing anyhow but the beauty of the structure even increases in the night sky when the lightings are more visible. There are gardens as well around the Indian gate where you can visit and get lots of pictures clicked there.
The residential building of the president of India is situated just opposite the Rajpath. Visiting the place is not that easy but you can get to walk through the surroundings and can get to view the sight. The gorgeous building is constructed in a 200,000 square ft large area and there are 340 rooms in the building which are dedicated to the work of the staff of the office. The building is no doubt big as well as grand and the flags outside the building make this building look this wonderful.
It is one of the tallest monuments of India and it has almost 73m tall with brick. This building was built by Qutub-ud-din Aibak and this monument is solely a mural building. The five floors of the building are carved from the exterior as well as from the interior of the house. this building lets kids enter in for free and make sure to be there are after sunrise and before sunset and do not be there on Mondays as on Monday Qutub Minar stays closed.
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Jantar Mantar was built on the year 17 and was built for Maharaja Jai Singh; it is basically an astronomical observation building. Sadly the instruments which are in the building cannot be used properly anymore because of the reason that there so many tall buildings around the place which becomes an obstacle. You can visit the place to see how science used to be some years ago. This remains open until the sunsets and gets opened after sunrise only and with a nominal charge of 5 rupees, you can be there.
You cannot miss this place while you are in Delhi as it is one largest temples of Hindu deity and the construction of the temple is something you cannot stop complimenting. The stunning building is completely constructed with white marble as well as pink stones. This temple remains open for the visitors from 9:30 am till 6:30 pm and no Mondays this temple remains closed.
This masjid is among the largest masjid which is built in India and every year tourists from all around the world come to visit this place. This masjid is so big that 25000 people can be there at a time and the construction is completely made up of marble. This masjid can be visited from 7 am to 12 pm and then from 1:30 pm till 6:30 pm.
If you are a foodie then you simply cannot afford to miss this place as this place can literally be called a foodie’s paradise. Starting from a large variety of parathas with different stuffing which means deep-fried bread with stuffing and kebabs are something which you can enjoy at the place.
These were few places to visit in Delhi and the above-mentioned places cannot be missed anyhow in case you are in Delhi. Thank you for reading the article till the end, keep visiting Travelila!!