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Place to visit in Delhi

1. Red Fort Red

Until 1857, Red Fort was the home (house) of the emperors in the Mughal dynasty for around 160 years. Red Fort acquired his name from its significant & large enclosing wall of Red Sandstone.

2. Qutub Minar

Qutub Minar is positioned in the Mehrauli section of Delhi. It also spelled Qutub Minar was commissioned by Qutb-ud-din Aibak, the creator of the Delhi Sultanate in 1192 AD.

3. Chandni Chowk

Chandni Chowk is the perfect destination for shopping. It is one of the oldest and busiest market places in Old Delhi and located near Old Delhi Railway station.

4. Hauz Khas Village

Now it is comparatively expensive vacationer cum commercial area with numerous restaurant & galleries. Though the name Hauz Khas comes from ‘Hauz’ as “water tank” and ‘Khas’ as “royal”- the “Royal tank”.

5. Jama Masjid

It is one of the most significant mosques in India and positioned in the central heart of old Delhi. Jama Masjid is usually the area of gathering for Eid prayers.

6. Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple

Akshardham Temple is considered to be one of the most significant Hindu Temples in the world. The Temple was built-in 2005 and sits near to the banks of River Yamuna.

7. India Gate

India Gate formerly called the All India War Memorial. It’s the 42m high, an “Arc-de-Triomphe” like archway positioned in the center of a crossroad at the centre of New Delhi.

8. Humayun’s Tomb

The tomb of the Mughal Emperor Humayun in Delhi, India also know known as Maqbara e Humayun. Humayun ruled in India for ten years.

9. Hazrat Nizamuddin (Nizamuddin’s Shrine)

Hazrat Nizamuddin is the dargah of the world’s well-known Sufi saints, Hazrat Khwaja Syed Nizamuddin Auliya. The Dargah is also known because of its Qawwali sessions

10. Lotus Temple

Lotus Temple is a Baha’i House of Worship. The Baha’i preach the equality of most humans and most of humankind.