Places to visit in Delhi

Akshardham Park Plaza East Delhi

Akshardham Temple

Akshardham Temple is a wonder of design that unfurlsĀ the social inheritance of 10,000 years. The development of this fantastic structure took around 5 relentless years. Today, this forcing structure, remaining on the banks of tranquil Yamuna River close to the Nizamuddin Bridge in Delhi, draws in a huge number of travellers and fans to its doorstep. In November 2005, Akshardham Mandir was introduced by Dr. Abdul Kalam, the noteworthy President and Mr. Manmohan Singh, the Prime Minister of India.

Red Fort Park Plaza East Delhi

Red Fort

The Red Fort (Lal Qila) is a landmark built in 1638 that ascents 33 meters (108 ft) above Old Delhi. It was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. The fortress is situated at the focal point of Delhi, India. It is made of red stone and marble. It is located on the banks of Yamuna River. The Red Fort was initially alluded to as "Qila-I-Mubarak" (the blessed post) since it was the living arrangement of the illustrious family. The design of the Red Fort was composed to keep and coordinate this site with the Salimgarh Fort.

Connaught Place Park Plaza East Delhi

Connaught Place

Connaught Place has granted as much character and encounters to the rundown of spots to visit in Delhi and its occupants as has the Parliament or the Red Fort. It is a verifiable structure, a customer's paradise, a foodie's pleasure, a culture buff's goal. Actually, Connaught Place, or CP as it is all around known, offers numerous exceptional encounters all in one. The mammoth round ivory white structure was worked by the British in 1929 as a feature of their task to move the seat of administration from Civil Lines to Lutyen's Delhi.

Humayun Tomb Park Plaza East Delhi

Humayun's Tomb

Humayun's Tomb is a standout amongst the most wonderful landmarks in Delhi however you don't consider it to be regular as you see India Gate or Qutub Minar. It is found right in the core of the city however the extensive compound encompassing the landmark concealed it far from the glare of open eyes. Sandwiched between Yamuna River and Nizamuddin Dargah, Humayun's Tomb was the primary garden tomb on the Indian Subcontinent. It is the Tomb of Mughal Emperor Humayun and it was authorized by his better half Hamida Banu Begum in 1562 AD.