Top 8 Places to visit in Delhi | KPH Media
Delhi is the capital of India, situated in the northern part of the country. Delhi has a rich cultural and historical heritage. The city attracts tourists from around the world. Here We Provide the list of famous places to Visit In Delhi
List of places to visit in Delhi:
Also known as the All India War Memorial. Republic Day parades are held here every year. A 42-meter tall historical structure designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, the monument honors 82,000 Indian and British soldiers who died in the First World War and the Third Anglo-Afghan War. In 1921, the first foundation stone was laid, and the final structure was unveiled in 1931 by then-Indian Viceroy Lord Irwin.
Qutub Minar is the tallest tower in the world, reaching a height of 234 feet, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This monument in Mehrauli will leave you speechless with its stunning architecture and immaculate carvings. It is built in 1192 by Qutub-Ud-Din-Aibak. In addition to the Qutub Complex, there are many other ancient structures, including the Alai Darwaza and the Iron Pillar. It is a favorite picnic spot for Delhiites and tourists alike during the opulent Qutub Festival.
Red Fort, Delhi:
In the center of the city, this historical fortification enjoys a strategic location. Mughal emperors resided at the Red Fort during their reign. Shah Jahan built it in 1939 and it takes its name from its impregnable red sandstone walls. UNESCO inducted it as a World Heritage Site in 2007 and the Archaeological Survey of India preserves it. Throughout the year, tourists visit this monument, fascinated by its history and heritage. There are many places to visit near Delhi-NCR that are within 100-km of the city by road.
National Zoological Park:
When you take the Delhi Darshan Tour, consider visiting the National Zoological Park. Watch the various animals here, especially the visitors’ favorites like the Royal Bengal Tiger, spider monkey, chimpanzee, hippopotamus and Indian Rhinoceros.Bird lovers can watch exotic birds such as the Great Indian Hornbill, while reptiles such as the Indian Cobra, the diadem snake and the Indian Sand Boa always draw visitors’ attention.
The lotus-shaped exteriors and welcoming atmosphere of this temple (regardless of your religion) make it an ideal place to find peace, art, and opulence. Everyone is welcome to visit regardless of their religion or race. Temples like this are all-inclusive in more ways than one: inside you can read and chant religious texts of any faith. Its message is that the Almighty is One. When it comes to meditating in a place of worship without distractions, this is the place to do it.
Jama Masjid is a historical mosque located in the center of Leh. It is the largest mosque in Ladakh. It was built in 1666-67 with the approval of the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb and the ruler of Ladakh, Deldan Namgyal. The Mughals eventually provided protection for Ladakhi Kings in exchange for a fee, and the construction of Jama Masjid served as its symbolic seal.
Laxmi Narayan Temple (Birla Mandir):
Located in a great location, Birla mandir is an elegant temple. The complex has a decent garden where you can relax for a while.You can keep your mobiles in the locker compartment (self-operated) at the entry gate. Every compartment has a lock and key. Once one has visited the temple, one can return, wear footwear, collect mobiles, and then visit the adjacent garden to spend some time.
Garden Of Five Senses:
There are many peaceful places to escape the city’s hustle and bustle, including the Garden of Five Senses. As its name suggests, the Garden of Five Senses has been designed to stimulate all five senses. A sprawling 20-acre site features thoughtfully landscaped plants and flowers, waterfalls, rocks, quirky sculptures, murals, ceramic bells and spiral walkways. There is usually live music at the amphitheater. You can also find restaurants and bars there.