8 Place to visit in New Delhi, India

India has historic sites and abundant nature from sea to mountains. Today, New Delhi is the capital city of India. As the capital city in India then many traveler want to visit when you come to the city must be careful about valuables because crowed of people but not only this city also city from around the world when have a lot of people then we don’t know which person will be good or bad, must be careful everywhere when you travel.

New Delhi has many attractions including museums, art galleries, markets, historic monuments such as Jama Masjid, Lotus Temple, Chantar Mantar Observatory, Red Fort, Qutub Minar Tower, India Gate who wants to see beautiful Indian temples then New Delhi is one of your choice. They have Akram Temple, Lakshmi Narai Temple and Lotus Temple that you can see.

1.Rashtrapati Bhavan Official residence

The Rashtrapati Bhavan is the official home of the president located at the Western end of Rajpath in New Delhi, India. The Rashtrapati Bhavan or the Presidential Palace of India is located at the beginning of Rajpath Road, the gate of India, or the “tall India Gate”. Similar to the gate in Paris “India Gate” or the gate of India. It is a building similar in character to the L ‘Arc de Triomphe of France, intended to commemorate the soldiers who fought in the great battles of India.

2. India Gate Monument in New Delhi

India Gate Monument in New Delhi is Indian Gate formerly center when British rule this country. The British government established 10 February 1921 as a glorious military service to India who died in World War I and the North West Frontier. The arch has a height of 42 meters, which is as elegant as the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. This is a symbol of New Delhi. The arch has the same architecture as the arches of Paris and Vientiane. The torch appears at the bottom of the arch, where the fire never warms up to commemorate the death of the Indian-Pakistani war. In 1971, there were guards at the gate to prevent sabotage.

3. Qutb Minar Monument

Qutub Minar is a tower that was started by the Sultan of Kuopio-Ury-i-Khan. The first Muslim sultan to rally Delhi Mosque built with red stones. Engraved as a flora and prayer from Ghora.

4. Gandhi Memorial Museum

Mahatma Gandhi Museum located at the opposite of Rajabhat. In the museum have photo that show original manuscript of Mahatma Gandhi and personal items of Mahatma Gandhi including library that collects Gandhi’s works and other related books.

5. Akshardham Temple

Swaminarayan Akshardham temple is one of the largest Hindu temples in the world that represents the culture and history of India through its architecture, art, fountains, music and boat rides. Hindu temple is the largest in India. (Swaminarayan Akshardham), or called the beautiful Thai language, Akatsatharam, which is located just across the river Yommu to the east not far from the temple was built by carving a pink stone. And the whole marble. It was built in the year 2000 and completed in the year 2005, including the knowledge of the arts of India, to create a building called the Akshardham Temple.

6. Raj Ghat and associated memorials Monument

Raj Ghat and associated memorials Monument that Raj Ghat who is the father of India build for leader of Independence Claims by Nonviolent Effort at that time. This is a memorial dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi and originally it was the name of a historic ghat of Old Delhi. This Monument located behind Red Fort, New Delhi, Delhi 110006, India

7. Janpath Market

Janpath Market located at Janpath, Janpath, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001, India. Indigenous goods and handicrafts such as Indian silk, jewelery, sandalwood, carvings, home decor, etc.

8. Jama Masjid

Jama Masjit is the number one mosque in India or may be called a mosque built by the king. The 5th Creator of the Mughal Dynasty Shah Jahan, 1650, is a 6-year-old man made of 5,000 workers. White and red marble, 20,000 people, the largest and second largest in Asia. The Jama Masjid has an ancient Turkish bath within its premises. It is also the center of Daa’wah program within the state of Telangana. Also referred to as the ‘Markaz’, the Jama Masjid is a beautifully built mosque with regal white towers rising above. There is a meet of a large number of Muslims every Sunday who come to Jama Masjid after the Maghrib prayers.

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