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Delhi Sight Seeing

Delhi Sight Seeing Package

Delhi is the capital city of India and has served as the capital city to many ruling dynasties of India. The city shows a perfect amalgamation of past and present. Delhi is symbolized as chaotic embroidery of primitive establishments, Mughal tombs, dusty bazaars and colonial architecture.





We shall start our day with a visit to India Gate.This arch was built to commemorate the death of 70,000 soldiers who laid down their lives during World War 1. The memorial even imprints the names of British and Indian soldiers who laid their lives during Afghan war. This splendid monument was designed by Edwin Luyten. There is an immortal flame that burns throughout the day and night as a mark of remembrance.

In the close vicinity of the India Gate lies the Parliament House which is a circular colonnade building, housing offices of various ministries and a well-stocked library. This imperial style architectural monument comprises of open air verandah and 144 columns. It is indeed a sight to watch.

Next to the Parliament House is Rashtrapati Bhawan, the residential estate of President of India. This magnificent complex is astounding in every aspect – its size, immensity and magnificence. Rashtrapati Bhawan houses 4 storeys and 340 rooms.

Then we move ahead to visit Qutub Minar, the worlds tallest brick minaret. This ancient Persian architecture style tower was built in 1193 AD. was built by Qutub Ud Din Aibak as a symbol of victory. The tower also houses the first mosque of the country.

Next stop is Humayun’s Tomb. It was the first garden tomb of Indian subcontinent. The tomb of Humayun was built by his widow, Biga Begum (Hajji Begum) in 1569-70, 14 years after his death, at the cost of 1.5 million rupees. It has inspired several major architectural innovations, culminating in construction of Taj Mahal.

In the afternoon we drive to Old Delhi. The first stop would be at Raj Ghat.

Raj Ghat is the memorial built to mark the cremation spot of the Father of Nation, Mahatma Gandhi. He was the man who changed the course of history with his ideologies and philosophies. There is a simple black cenotaph which marks the spot of cremation with an immortal flame burning at one end.

After paying respect to the Father of Nation, we then go to witness the grandeur of the Mughal Empire, the majestic Red Fort. Red Fort served as the center of operations for the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan for two centuries. This majestic monument is now used as a platform by the Prime minister of India to address the people of India on the eve of Independence Day.

Board on to a rickshaw and enjoy a rickshaw ride through the intricate alleys of Chandni Chowk. After a joyful ride, we stop at Jama Masjid. Jama Masjid is the oldest and one of Asia’s largest mosques. It was built by Shah Jahan in the year 1656

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