Best Places to Visit in Delhi
Delhi is the capital of the country as well as the heart of the country. There is no shortage of visitors to visit Delhi, whether it is abroad or abroad. There is a lot to roam around here. But tourists have less time and more places to see, so today we are giving solution to their same problem and tell that the best 10 places to see in Delhi, so that when you reach Delhi, first of all these special places See first. After seeing these 10 places, you will get to see the whole of Delhi, and if you have time left, then you can see more places of Delhi.
This temple is one of the largest Hindu temples in the world. There are many different things in this temple that you can enjoy here. Many events like boating, cultural events, water shows are organized here. The exhibition of this magnificent temple is also quite beautiful. The musical fountain show, which is held in the evening, is very much liked by the tourists. In this 15 minute show the cycle from life to death is very beautifully depicted with different colors of light and music. There is also a theater named Neelkanth inside the temple, Where Swami Narayan’s life events are shown. There is also a Yugpurush Kund in this temple. This pool is in the shape of a lotus flower with 108 small temples and 2870 staircases. The temple has a Premwati Diet House where a lot of delicious food is available and this place has been made like the caves of Ajanta Ellora.
The Red Fort was built by Shah Jahan. This fort is octagonal. The Prime Minister gives speeches on Independence Day from this fort and that is why it is very popular among tourists. This fort is situated on the banks of river Yamuna. A wall was built to protect it from external attacks. It is made of red sandstone. Hence it is called Red Fort. There are Diwane Mango, Diwane Khas, Rang Mahal, Khas Mahal, Hamam, Heera Mahal, Moti Masjid etc. inside. There is also a museum inside this fort. In which traditional handicrafts, decorative items, artificial jewelery, etc. will be found in its Meena Bazaar.
If you want to enjoy night lighting, then go to India Gate. It was built by Edwin Lutyens in memory of Indian soldiers who died in World War I and the Afghan Wars. The names of the martyred soldiers are engraved here and there is always burning in honor of the unbroken Amar Jawan Jyoti soldiers under India Gate. India Gate is one of the most popular picnic spots in Delhi. It is crowded all the time and street vendors also stand here to eat and drink. Eating ice cream at night is more fun. This place is very good for photography. There are also many photographers here that you can photograph.
The Lotus Temple is a Bahá’í worship temple. But there is no idol of God nor any kind of worship is done in this temple. This temple is in the shape of a lotus flower and hence it is called the Lotus Temple. This temple is built in the shape of a lotus in the midst of beautiful ponds and gardens. The outer lotus of the temple has 27 petals in the lotus. These petals are made of concrete and completely covered with pieces of marble. Looking at this temple, it seems as if a lotus is floating in the water. There is also a prayer hall inside this temple. Where people of any religion can come and meditate peacefully.
Qutub Minar was built by Qutubuddin Aibak. It is also famous among tourists attractions in Delhi because it is one of the tallest buildings in Delhi. This building is not completely straight, but is slightly tilted, which is why it is compared to the Leaning Tower of Pisa. There is a lot of greenery around it and people also celebrate picnics here. This tower is made of red stone and marble. There is a tall iron pillar in the complex of this tower which was built about 2000 years ago and there is no rust in it till date.
Lodi Garden is a very beautiful park which is quite popular among youngsters. There is quite a crowd of young boys and girls here. The park is also known as Lady Willington Park. The view here is different in the morning. Everyone enjoys the fountains, ponds, greenery, tracks for the walk here. Lodi Garden is not just a garden but there are many historical mausoleums such as the tomb of Mohabbat Shah carved like a lotus crown. There is also the tomb of Sikandar Lodi and a large dome, the Sheesh Dome.
It is located in the heart of Delhi’s Connaught Place. This observatory was built by Maharaja Jai Singh of Jaipur. It was built to study time and space. Here is the largest stone solarium in the world, which is called the Vrat Samrat Yantra. This clock tells the local time and there are instruments to measure the motion of the planets. Many types of instruments are installed here such as Samrat Yantra, Jayaprakash, Mishra Yantra etc.