The magnificent structure that reveals a lot about the historical past of the country. The fort built during the reign of Shah Jahan has been a witness to innumerable conspiracies and battles.
The tall minaret was built by Qutub-ud-din Aibak, the founder of the slave dynasty. There are varying reason assigned to construction of Qutub Minar. Some believe it was built as a victory tower while others believe that it was a a holy minaret constructed as an attachment to the Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque. It was here that the muezzin (priest) climbed up for the prayers.
The memorial dedicated to the 'Father of the Nation', Mahatma Gandhi. The memorial was built in black slab in 1948 when Mahtama Gandhi was assassinated.
Also known as the Hare Rama Hare Krishna Temple, this is one of the forty temples built by the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISCKON). The central prayer hall of the temple houses the idol of Radha and Krishna.
The newest monumental heritage of Delhi, Akshardham temple is a beauty to adore. The temple is built in the Medivial Style of Architecture and is recognised as the largest Hindu Temple Complex in the World by Guinness World Record Committee.
One of the observatories built by Raja Jai Singh, Jantar Mantar Delhi was constructed in the initial years of 18th century. The structures corroborate many astronomical phenomenon.
Shopoholics, get ready, for shopping in Delhi is a complete delight! Dig deep into your pocket and shell out money to buy the various items at Delhi's traditional street markets, modern malls and other local markets. Perfumes, Wood carvings, trinkets, gems and silver jewelery, handbags, Kundan Jewelery, Books, etc, make for a good buy in Delhi.
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