Things to do in New Delhi

Lotus Temple The Muse Sarovar Portico Nehru Place New Delhi

Lotus Temple

The glorious structure of this building unfurls as a dynamite white petal lotus and is a standout amongst the most visited religious locations on the planet. The plan of this holy place was conceptualized by Canadian modeller Fariborz Sahba and was finished in the year 1986. This sanctuary looks to spread the unity of the Almighty and is available to all individuals with different nationality, religion, race or sexual orientation.

Old Fort The Muse Sarovar Portico Nehru Place New Delhi

Old Fort

The Purana Quila or the old fort was developed by Humayun and Sher Shah. The old stronghold complex covers a territory of about a mile. The walls of Purana Quila have three entryways (the Humayun Darwaza, Talaqi Darwaza and Bara Darwaza) and are encompassed by a channel, which was bolstered by waterway Yamuna. The two storied entryways of the Purana Quila are huge and are made of red sandstone.

Red Fort The Muse Sarovar Portico Nehru Place New Delhi

Red Fort

Authorized by Shah Jahan in 1638 when he chose to move the capital of the Mughal Empire from Agra to Delhi, the Red Fort took a sum of ten years to be finished. The primary door to the Red Fort is the Lahore Gate and is additionally the site for the Prime Ministers discourse each year on Independence Day. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Red Fort is spread over a drifting 254.67 sections of land and the walls alone is around 2 kilometres long.

India Gate The Muse Sarovar Portico Nehru Place New Delhi

India Gate

Situated right in the core of the city, the India Gate is one of the noticeable points of interest in New Delhi that stands tall as the national landmark of India. Located on the Raj Path in New Delhi, India door is a 42-meter tall entryway that is viewed as All India War Memorial. The remembrance bears the names of more than 13,516 British and Indian troopers executed in the Northwestern Frontier in the Afghan war of 1919.