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How To Reach

It is considered as the most convenient and appropriate way to reach this city. Delhi is very-well connected with all the major Indian cities Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Cochin and Hyderabad. It has domestic and international terminal for large number of flights to various destinations on regular basis. You can get connecting flights to major international destinations from Delhi, which makes your journey much comfortable.
Delhi is very well connected with all the major Indian cities and has a vast network of roads. To make your ride comfortable and to visit all the tourist attractions in and around Delhi, you must hire a car rental service.
Delhi is very well connected with all the major cities like Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata and many more. You can reach this place by taking trains from all the major cities of India. Traveling in train is a wonderful experience and will surely make your trip to Delhi is perfect in all respect.

Delhi - At a glance

Founded in : 800 BC
Founded By : Raja Dhilu
Best Time to Travel : September to April
Language : English, Hindi and Urdu
Religion : Hindu, Islam, Jainism, Sikhism
Temperature : Summer (30 o C to 40o C) & Winter (15o C to 20o C)
Climate : Humid subtropical
Cuisine : Different country foods


About Delhi

Delhi being the capital is also the one which is very well known as the home of all the country politics. The amalgamation of the wide cultural heritage and ancient structures along with the modern engineering is something that is juts worth taking a look at. This place has always been in the centre of the Indian history and also been known for the upcoming dynasty. Thus this place has a lot many tourist attractions which depict the ancient era and also the modernized technology.

Places to visit in Delhi

Red fort which is also prominent as the Lal Quila is one of the very famous tourist destination in the country and one of the greatest thing about it is that it is also included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Under the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan this is the second most very famous creation. Constructed on the banks of the river Yamuna this place also served like the loyal palace at the time when Shahjhanbad became the Mughal Empire capital. This fort is completely built up in red stone and also has brilliant carvings. Here you can witness a perfect mixture of Indian, Persian and also the European architecture. It can be said that you trip is incomplete without taking a look at this masterpiece.

The tallest minaret in the world Qutab Minar is another special place which cannot be missed. The architecture here shows up the 14th century engeneering. Though this was initiation in the 12th century by Qutb-ud-din Aibak, but it was completed by Firoz Shah Tuglaq. This tower stands approximately 73 mts in height and is also one which is added to World Heritage List. The Iron Pillar located in the nearby surrounding area is also one of the favorites. It has been a belief that a person can get his wish granted if he/she can encircle the pillar with their hands but with the back towards the pillar.

The first garden tomb in the region built in the memory of Emperor Humayun, the Humayun’s Tomb resembles one other picture of Delhi in the Mughal reign. The architecture here is a collection of excellent marble and the red stone which is used in construction. India gate that is designed by Edwin Lutyens, was one built in the honor of all the Indian and British soldiers.

The biggest mosque of India that is the Jama Masjid has a lot to see for than the beautifully crafted sandstone and red stone and marble. It also shows the Islamic culture and is built on the raised platform. The lotus temple in Delhi is also worth taking a look at and is considered the house of prayers. The garden landscapes, and the other musical fountains are a valued heritage of Delhi.

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