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Places That You Must Visit In Delhi

The ARK Infrastructure Sep 8, 2019
There are several things to do in Delhi like visiting ancient heritage, visiting wonders of modern architecture, having fun in shopping, eating local authentic foods, visiting historical museums, and so much more. Delhi is capital of India and attractive international tourist destination.
There are various ancient heritage places and significant architectural wonders to visit in Delhi like India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhavan, Qutub Minar, Humayun's tomb, Safdarjang Tomb, Jantar Mantar,  Lotus Temple, Jama Masjid, Old Killa, Lodhi Gardens, Agrasen Ki Bauli, Bangal Sahib Gurudwara, and much more. All these places are spectacular and magnificent.
India Gate is majestic monument built in 1931 as a memorial for martyrs of World War I and war in Afghanistan. This amazing structure located at Rajpath, the structure looks amazing in evening lights. This is must visit among the sightseeing places in Delhi.
Rashtrapati Bhavan is residence of the President of India on opposite of Rajpath. This grand architectural building is largest residence of any head of country around the world. Its area is 2,00,000 sq ft. and it  has four floors with 340 rooms and huge Mughal Garden, large open spaces and residence for staff. Edwardian Baroque is base for its design. 
Qutub Minar is 73 meter tall brick minaret built by Qutub-ud-din Aibak. This structure has five stories with full of chiseled carvings & scriptures. Architectural style of this glorious structure is based on Iranian architecture along with Parso-Arabic and Nagari details. This beautiful heritage of India has been declared as the UNESCO World Heritage Site. 
Humayun’s Tomb was built in 1570 by Humayun’s wife Haji Begum. This is world heritage site under UNESCO is one of the most astonishing example of Mughal Architecture. It holds the grave of the Mughal Emperor, Humayun with other members of Mughals
This was built in 1754 by Nawab Shujaud Daula, son of the Mughal prime minister Safdarjang, after his death. It is made up of marble and sandstone. The main attraction of the tomb is the Char Bagh plan, the mausoleum at the center, the five-part facade, the nine-fold floor plan, and the hidden stairway.
Tomb of Safdarjang
Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar is an astronomical observatory built in 1724 by Maharja Jaisingh of Jaipur. The principal instruments of the observatory are the Samrat Yantra, Jai Prakash, the Ram Yantra, and the Misra Yantra. One must visit Jantar Mantar to admire science of Indian astronomy. Bhairava temple is also another attraction near Jantar Mantar.
The Lotus Temple

This is very famous tourist attraction of Delhi. Bahai in the Lotus Temple represents four religions namely Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism and Islam. This temple belongs to the Bahai faith which says that all people and religions are united. This architectural wonder won various awards for its spectacular structure. It has 9 doors.
Jama Masjid is the largest mosque in India which accommodate 25000 devotees built by Shah Jahan. The mosque has four towers.
Old Fort (Purana Killa)

Old Fort (Purana Killa) is one of the ancient majestic structure of the city. This is spread over two kilometer square area. Sound and light show in the evening is main attraction of this place.
Lodhi Gardens: This heritage site is spread over 90 acres area. This historical monuments has the tomb of Sikandar Lodi and Mohammed Shah, Shisha Gumbad’s and Bara Gumbad’s tombs. There is an old waterway connecting the Yamuna River to the Tomb of Sikandar Lodi. It is the last imprints of Sayyid rulers.
Agrasen Ki Baoli is old step well in Connaught Place area. This is 60-meter long and 15-meter wide & has 108 steps. Bollywood film PK gave popularity to this architectural monument of India. It is said to be built by the legendary king Agrasen and rebuilt in the 14th century by Agrawal community. This is an example of brilliance of Architecture of India.
Gurudwara Bangla Sahib was first built as a small temple by Sikh General, Sardar Bhagel Singh in 1783. It is a worship house for the Sikh religion believers but now it is a primary pilgrimage and tourist attraction in Delhi. The gurgling sarovar is beautiful pool inside its complex. This is associated to the eighth Sikh Guru, Guru Har Kishan.