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Delhi

Delhi

Delhi, is the capital of India. This garden city is one of the world’s most elegant capitals. From New Delhi to Old Delhi is a transformation from cold spacious avenues to elaborate narrow streets studded with Mosques, temples, monuments and bazaars

JAMA MASJID - India’s largest mosque, built of red sandstone and white marble by Emperor Shah Jehan in the 17 century. Three sides of the great courtyard are bordered by delicate cloisters leading out to three gateways.

CHANDNI CHOWK – The northern gate of the mosque leads on to this once Imperial avenue down which rode lavish cavalcades. Today, everything rides down Chandni Chowk; bullock carts, limousines, horse carriages, scooter-taxis, a sea of humanity interspersed with cows and donkeys.

RED FORT – The symbol of Mogul power and elegance built in 1648. The entrance to the fort runs through a covered passage on to a spacious lawn, at the end of which is a hall of public audience – Diwan-I-Am. In the Diwan—i-Khas the hall of private audience stood the world famous Peacock Throne. The original ceiling of this marble room was of solid silver and on its walls is inscribed an immportal Persian couplet.

RAJ GHAT – Mahatma Gandhi’s memorial where every Friday a ceremony is held.

QUTAB MINAR – Begun by Qutub-ud-Din, the first Moslem Sultan of Delhi and founder of the slave dynasty in the year 1199. The Tower is 71 metres tall and its walls consist of intricately carved quotations from the Koran. At the foot of the Qutab Minar is the Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque, the first ever to be built in India on the foundations of a Hindu temple.

HUMAYUN’S TOMB – Built by the Moghul Emperor’s grieving wife, Haji Begum in the middle of the 16th century. It is a soothing blend of red sandstone with white, black and yellow marble

PURANA QILA (Old Fort) – The present fort was built in the middle of the 16th century within the fortress walls is Sher Shah’s mosque, an example of Indo-Afghan architecture

JANTAR MANTAR - Built in 1725 by the Maharajah Jai Singh II of Jaipur. It consists of six huge instruments in masonry devised to suit the movements of the solar system

INDIA GATE – The country’s memorial to the unknown soldier Uniexpress Pvt. Ltd. (UNEX) IATA Accredited International Travel Centre Recognized by Govt. of India

PRESIDENT HOUSE - Rashtrapati Bhavan is the official residence of the President of India, formerly the residence of the Viceroy of India. It has a magnificent view of the Rajpath and Symmetrical North and South Block Government offices

BIRLA MANDIR – Birla Mandir also known as Lakshmi Narayan Temple, is a large Hindu temple built in 1938. People of all faiths can enter and worship, but one must walk barefoot into the courtyard and further on CONNAUGHT PLACE - Connaught Place is the foremost shopping center of Delhi, built in a horse-shoe pattern, consisting of inner, middle and outer circles

DILLI HAAT – Dilli Haat also popularly know as an ethnic shopping center famous for crafts and food

AKSHARDHAM TEMPLE - Akshardham temple has been made by a charitable trust. It extends for 25 hectares of lush green area and is surrounded on three sides by river Yamuna. The architecture and design of the Akshardham Temple is just wonderful. Inside the Akshardham temple is composed of pure white marble. In the living room is a beautiful example of the great work of artists with thousands of bells hanging in exile.

NATIONAL MUSEUM - The National Museum in New Delhi is one of the largest museums in India. Established in 1949, it holds variety of articles ranging from pre-historic era to modern works of art. The museum has 200,000 works of art, both of Indian and foreign origin, covering over 5,000 years.

LOTUS TEMPLE – Located in the south of Delhi, it is lotus shaped and has rightly been given the name. It is made of marble, cement, dolomite and sand. It is open to all faiths and is an ideal place for meditation and obtaining peace and tranquility. The Bahá'í Faith is the youngest of the world's independent religions. The central theme of Bahá'u'lláh's message is that humanity is one single race and that the day has come for its unification in one global society.

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