Lotus Temple - It is the Bahai house of worship and a fairly recent construction and is largely admired for its architecture.
Qutub Minar - The Minar (tower) was built in the year 1212 A.D and stands at a height of 72.5 mtrs in the courtyard of the Quwwat-ul-Islam masjid. This is the oldest historical monument in Delhi and is a must see for any visitor to this city.
Humayun's Tomb - Humayun's tomb is believed to have been designed by his widow. Its plan, based on the description of Islamic paradise gardens, is known to have inspired the TajMahal and many later Mughal tombs.
Shopping - Sarojini Nagar & Delhi Haat - Sarojini Nagar Market is very popular among the Delhi citizens because of having great bargaining here in every product such as home furnishing, fashionable clothing, bags, cosmetics, belts, sweaters, footwear, and other accessories. This market is a favorite place for the students, tourists and college goings due to great bargaining at this place Delhi Haat–It provides the ambience of a traditional Rural Haat or village market, but one suited for more contemporary needs. Here one sees a synthesis of crafts, food and cultural activity.
Red Fort - A fascinating building, built with red sandstones is an example of the rich Mughal architecture. Red Fort is a venue to the Independence Day parade of India.
Jama Masjid - Is the biggest masjid in India, built by Shahjahan in 1650 A.D.
President House - Situated on Raisina Hill this was built to be the official residence of the Viceroy, and later became the official residence of the President of India
India Gate - Originally known as the All India War Memorial, built in the memory of the 90,000 Indian soldiers killed in the First World War, is a freestanding arch with a height of 42.5 mtrs, designed and built by Edwin Lutyens in 1931.
Parliament House -This is a huge circular, colonnaded building where the Indian parliament meets.
Shopping - Sarojini Nagar & Delhi Haat - Sarojini Nagar Market is very popular among the Delhi citizens because of having great bargaining here in every product such as home furnishing, fashionable clothing, bags, cosmetics, belts, sweaters, footwear, and other accessories. This market is a favorite place for the students, tourists and college goings due to great bargaining at this place. Delhi Haat – It provides the ambience of a traditional Rural Haat or village market, but one suited for more contemporary needs. Here one sees a synthesis of crafts, food and cultural activity.
Jaipur, known as the "Pink City", is the capital of the colourful state of Rajasthan. It has the distinction of being a well planned and laid out city. As you drive through the old part of town, you will witness a life most unlike others. Witness how the city blooms during the day in a kaleidoscope of color and sound. The capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur is not only the gateway to the state; it was laid out by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II of the Kachchawaha dynasty from Amber. In Jaipur, visit the magnificent Amber Fort, City Palace, Museum, The Observatory etc. Enjoy the elephant ride at Amber Fort
Golden Triangle tour is one of the most popular tourist circuits of India. This tour presents a true color of India with Delhi, a rich tapestry of contrasts that is characteristic of this complex land, Agra, the zenith of art &an enshrined romance and Jaipur - exuberant with color for enjoying North India's fascinating cultural heritage. The combination of all the three cities presents the potpourri of India.
Vrindavan and Mathura are the most important places of pilgrimage for devotees of Krishna. Krishna was born in Mathura and spent his childhood in Vrindavan. A long line of picturesque ghats - with their steps leading to the water's edge, arched gateways and temple spires extending along the right bank of the River Yamuna, emphasize the sacred character of the town of Mathura. Vrindavan today, is noted for its numerous temples.
Agra is globally renowned as the city of the Taj Mahal, visit the monument of love and imagination that represents India to the world. It is a town that lives mainly in the past.
The Taj Mahal is an ivory-white marble mausoleum on the south bank of the Yamuna river in the Indian city of Agra. The Taj Mahal was commissioned by Shah Jahan in 1631, to be built in the memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal, a Persian princess who died giving birth to their 14th child, Gauhara Begum. Construction of the Taj Mahal began in 1632. The imperial court documenting Shah Jahan's grief after the death of Mumtaz Mahal illustrate the love story held as the inspiration for Taj Mahal.
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