Time: From (09:00 A.M. to 01:45 P.M.)
Red Fort: Lal Quila or the Red Fort named after the red sandstone which it is built of remains an impressive testimony to Mughal grandeur. Built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan and designed by the Mughal Architect Ustad Ahmad Lahori in 1638, the fort was the symbol of the official of the transfer of the capital of the empire from Agra to Delhi. At present Red fort houses two museums- Indian War Memorial Museum and Delhi Fort Museum.
Jama Masjid: Located near Red Fort in old Delhi, Jama Masjid is the one of the oldest mosques in the nation that also known as MASJIDI – Jahanuma or the mosque commanding the view of the world. Built in the mid 17th century, this beautiful piece of Mughal architecture is considered the last creation, gifted by Shah Jahan to the city. It was built over a period of six years between 1650 and 1656. The Cost incurred on construction in those days was 01 Million.
Chandni Chowk: The oldest and the busiest market in old Delhi, Chandni Chowk is known as the perfect shopping hot spot. Actually designed by Jahan Aara Begham, the daughter of Shah Jahan, Chandni Chowk literally means the moonlit square. It is a medley of shops, shoppoholics, bargaining, tradition, technology and the one of its king shopping experience which is unique from the other world. The visitors can enjoy the rickshaw ride and buy some really interesting things from here.
Lunch Time: From (01:45 P.M. to 02:30 P.M.)
Time: From (02:30 P.M. to 06:30 P.M.)
Raj Ghat: The memorial of the great national leader Mahatma Gandhi, magnificently tells the story of this unique fighter of truth and non violence. His last words “Hey Ram” are inscribed in the golden letters surrounded by a lush garden. The visitors can visit the nearby Gandhi Smriti Museum and Gandhi Memorial Museum after paying homage to the Gandhi Ji.
Humayun’s Tomb: Humayun’s Tomb a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the symbol of the rise of the lavish Mughal architecture era in India, was built by Hamida Banu Begum, the second Mughal Emperor Humauyun’s widow. The tomb was designed by Mirak Mirza Ghiyath. Surrounded by the beautiful gardens, the place is also known as the dormitory of the Mughals as more than 150 members of the Mughal family buried here.
Qutub Minar: Tallest brick minaret in the world and now a World Heritage Site was constructed for 160 years by three sultans. Nearly situated Iron established since the emperor Ashoka’s era is another chief attraction of the place.
Lotus Temple: A masterpiece of 20th century architecture, the Bahai Temple was designed by Fariburz Sabha, a Canadian Bahai of Iranian descent. Built between 1980 and 1986, it is the latest among the seven Bahai temple across the world. With its shape akin to a half-open lotus, this house of worship is popularly known as the Lotus Temple.
Drive Past: India Gate, Parliament House and President House
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