New Delhi, the capital city of India offers a lot for the tourists and it is practically impossible to cover all the tourist destinations in a single day. However, in case of time constraint, proper planning is a must to ensure complete tour of the city in just one day.
India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhavan, Parliament House - When you are in the capital city of India, it is quite obvious for you to start your day by taking a glance of the Rashtrapati Bhavan and the Parliament House. Also make sure to see the Amar Jawan Jyoti that keeps burning constantly ay the India Gate, in honor of the country's martyrs.
Gandhi Museum- Visiting the Gandhi Museum is a must if you want to get deep into the history of India. The place will also offer you a glimpse of the simple lifestyle that Mahatma maintained.
Lotus Temple - This is one of the iconic structures of the city and is a must see for all. Resembling the shape of a lotus, the temple is surrounded by water in such a way that it appears to be the flower lotus blooming in a pond. The Bahai house for worship is not just their Mother Temple in the subcontinent; it is also a spiritual place for the other communities. In your way to the temple, you can also catch a glimpse of the Pragrati Maidan of Delhi.
Qutab Minar - Built by Qutab Ud-Din Aibak and completed by Iltutmish, this is one of the most important historical places of this city. Built with marble and red sandstone, it is one of the masterpieces of the Indo-Afghan architecture, speaking of the rich cultural heritage of the Delhi Sultanate.
Red Fort- A visit to the Red Fort is the first thing that comes to anyone's mind, when planning a trip to Delhi. While Qutab Minar speaks of the glorious days of the Delhi Sultanate, the Red Fort gives a glimpse of the Mughal defense scheme. Whether it is keeping watch on the roads leading to the fort or the tunnels for escaping during an emergency, it has all. Yet, the tunnels are no longer open for tourists.
Jama Masjid- After completing your trip of the Red Fort, come to the Jama Masjid, which is located just on the opposite side of the fort. Built by the great builder Shah Jahan, the mosque is one of the most important religious places of the country.
Akshardham Temple- Last but not the least, you should make sure to visit the Akshardham temple before concluding the trip. Though it is a modern religious monument, it has gained a significant attraction for its excellent architecture and spirituality. Like other Hindu temples, it remains open from the morning, yet to get the best experience, try to visit the place at the time Aarti in the evening.
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