Delhi Tour

Delhi is the capital city of India and is also a veritable mirror to the glorious history and rich heritage of the country. This is perfectly exemplified in the numerous forts, temples, museums and other major tourist attractions and places of interest in Delhi that speak of the city’s intriguing and glorious past. We offer you information on all major sightseeing attractions,tourist attractions and places of tourist interest in Delhi that are sure to fascinate you with their past legends and striking beauty of their architecture.

Red Fort

Also known as LAL QUILA was built by the Mughal Emperor SHAHJEHAN in the 16th century. The name Red Fort comes from the massive red sandstone walls that surround it. The fort houses the Diwan-e-aam or the Hall of public), where the Emperor would sit and hear complaints of the common people. Then we have Diwan-e-Khas, where the Emperor held private meetings. This hall had the famous jewel studded peacock throne. The other attractions within the fort are: The Royal Baths or Hammams, Shahi Burji which was Emperors private working area, Moti Masjid or the Pearl Mosque, which was built by Aurangzeb for his personal use. Then we have The Rang Mahal or the Palace of colors, which housed Emperors wives and mistresses. The fort is the reminder of the glory of the Mughal Empire. The Prime Minister of India addresses the nation from this FORT on the Independence Day.

Qutub Minar

It was built in the early 13th century by Qutab ud din Aibak, and was later finished by his son-in-law Iltutmish.It is one of the earliest and most prominent example of Indo-Islamic architecture. It is the highest red sandstone tower in India. This minaret is covered with intricate carvings and verses from Quran. Thus, the minar was not built just as a victory tower but also as a symbol of Islamic justice and of the military might of the slave dynasty.

India Gate

Previously it was known as the ALL INDIA WAR MEMORIAL. It is an important monument built in the memory of the Indian soldiers who were killed during World War-I. This gate was designed and built by Sir Edward Luteyen’s. It is a 42 meter high symbol of victory, an eternal flame or Amar Jawan Jyoti was lit under the arch of India gate to honor the brave unknown soldiers. Near the flame, a shining rifle with helmet on it is placed on a high pedestal as a tribute to the soldiers who sacrificed their lives in the battle. A few meters away from India gate, there is a beautiful canopy with a red sandstone roof. One can stand on the other side of the canopy and can view the entire Raj path.

Rashtrapati Bhawan

RASHTRAPATI BHAVAN or the Presidential Palace is the official residence of the head of the state i.e; official residence of the President of India. It is located at the Raisina Hill in New Delhi, India and was designed by Sir Edward Lutyen. The Rashtrapati Bhavan is a large mansion with about four floors and has 340 rooms. The most interesting fact about Rashtrapati Bhavan is that the building was scheduled to be completed in four years and it took 17 years and on the 18th year of its completion India became independent. The most prominent and distinguished aspect of this place is its dome which is superimposed on its structure. It is visible from a distance and is most eye-catching. The whole Rashtrapati Bhavan embodies in it the Indian architecture patterns such as Buddhist railings, chajjas, chhatris and the jaalis. The present day Rashtrapati Bhavan was the residence of the British viceroy .It was constructed to affirm the British rule in India, but when Dr.Rajendra Prasad (on 26th Jan 1950), became the first President of India and occupied this building to preserve, protect and defend the constitution of India, it was from that day that this building was renamed as Rashtrapati Bhavan or the Presidents house.

Jama Masjid

It is also known as Jama Masjid or even referred to as the Friday mosque, where Jummah or noon prayers take place. It is one of the largest Indian mosque and it majestically stands across the road in front of the Red Fort. Jama Masjid is one of the last architectural works of the Mughal emperor Shahjehan.It was built in red sandstone and marble by more than 5000 artisans. It has a blend of both Hindu and Mughal style of architecture.

Humayun's Tomb

This beautiful mausoleum monument was built by the widow of mughal emperor Humayun. It was designed by a Persian architect named Mirak Mirza Ghiyas. The construction of this beautiful monument was started in 1562 and finished in 1565. It is the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Lotus Temple

Built in white marble and shaped in blooming lotus flower, the Lotus Temple is one of the most important tourist attractions in Delhi. It is Bahai House of Worship and also known as the Bahai Temple.

Akshardham Temple

It is also referred to as Delhi Akshardham or Swami Narayan Akshardham; it is a Hindu temple built on the banks of river Yamuna. The temple depicts an impeccable blend of grandeur, beauty, wisdom, and bliss. AKSHARDHAM means the eternal, divine abode of supreme God. The temple was built in 5 years and the most wonderful thing about it is that no steel was used in the making of this monument; it is only composed of sandstone and marble. It consists of 234 ornately carved pillars, 20 quadrangle shikars,a spectacular Gajendrapith and 20,000 murtis and statues of India’s great sadhus, and devotees adorn the temple. The par karma consists of 1152 pillars and 145 windows .One can also enjoy boat ride, and musical fountain.


Delhi is shopper’s paradise. Shopping is always on top of the itinerary chart for any traveler visiting Delhi. Delhi is very famous for items like handicrafts, jewelry, carpets, silver ware, silks, precious stones, garments, etc. Some of important shopping areas in Delhi are Connought Place, Palika Bazaar, Kinari Bazaar, Janpath, Chandani Chowk, Meena Bazaar, Dilli Haat, South Extension, Karolbagh, Khan Market, Lajpat Nagar Central Market, Sarojininagar Central Market, Baba Kharak Singh Marg, Haus Khas Village, Chwari Bazaar, Dariyaganj, Greater Kailash, etc.


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