DELHI : AHINSA STHAL – Statue of Bhagawan Mahavir amidst a beautifully landscaped garden. ASHOKA’S EDICTS – Located of Bahapur village near Kalka Devi Temple. BAHA’I HOUSE OF WORSHIP (LOTUS TEMPLE) – The spectacular white marble shrine shaped lile a lotus flower. BANGLA SAHEB GURUDWARA – The scared Sikh shrine commemorates the visit of Guru Harkrishan Sahibji. BUDDHA JAYANTI PARK – Beautiful wooded park and splendid statue of Lord Buddha. CHANDNI CHOWK – Old Delhi’s main thoroughfare near Red Ford was planned by Jahanara, daughter of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in 1648. this colourful congested bazar is dotted with a number of important monuments and places of worship like, Begum Samru’s Palace, Digambar Jain Mandir, Fatehpuri Masjid , Kotwali, Sisganj Gurudwara, Sunehri Masjid. CHHATARPUR TEMPLE – Popular Hindu temple near Qutb Minar. CANNAUGHT PLACE – One of the most important shoppping and business centre of Delhi. DOLL’S MUSEUM – International collection of Dolls. GANDHI SMRITI – Marks the spot where Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated. HAZRAT NIZAMUDDIN AULIA – Muslim pilgrim centre. HUMAYUN’S TOMB – This magnificeant Mughal Tomb -in-garden complex was built in the memory of emperor Humayun.
World Heritage Site.
INDIA GATE – The 42 metre high arch built in the memory of soldiers of the Indian Army who died in World War 1. An eternal flame here honours the Amar Jawan, the immortal soldier. JAMA MASJID – Famous mosque built by Shah Jahan. JANTAR MANTAR – Unique observatory built by Mirza Raja Jai Singh II of Jaipur in 1719. LAXMI NARAYAN TEMPLE (BIRLA MANDIR)- City most popular Hindu Temple. LODHI GARDEN – Beautiful garden built around the tomb of the Lodhi Kings. NATIONAL MUSEUM – One of the India’s most important museums. NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL PARK – One of the largest zoos in Asia. NEHRU MEMORIAL MESEUM (TEEN MURTI HOUSE) – Museum commemorating the first Prime Minister of India. PURANA QILA (RED FORT) – Ruins of the fort built by the Afghan ruler Sher Shah Suri. QUTB MINAR – The 72.5 metres tall tower was by Qutb-ud-din Aibak (1193), A World Heritage Site. RASTRAPATI BHAWAN – Official residence of the President of India is rated among the largest residential building of the world. The Mughal style gardens here are open for Public viewing in February. RED FORT – The red sandstone fort built by emperor Shah Jahan’s is one of the most magnificent buildings in the country. SAFDARJANG’S TOMB – The graceful monument amidst an extensive garden was built in 1753 – 54 by Nawab Shia – Ud Daulah, son of Safdarjang. SHRINE GARDEN – Raj Ghat – Marks the site where Mahatma Gandi was cremated. Shanti Ghat – Jawaharlal Nehru was cremated here. Vijay Ghat – Lal Bahadur Shastri was cremated here.
Summer – 45 to 35 C
Winter – 20 to 7 C
Monsoon – June to September
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