Enjoy your vacation in Delhi
Delhi is one of the most visited cities on Earth, and it has a lot to offer. This article will present you with some of the best places to visit in Delhi. Some of these places are breathtaking, others are awe-inspiring, and some feel like a wonderland. Don’t forget to book your room with Leela Delhi!
1) Jama Masjid – The world’s largest mosque with exquisite architecture and gorgeous gardens.
2) Lal Qila – visit the beautiful Red Fort, one of the most impressive forts in Delhi.
3) Humayun’s Tomb- The tomb of Humayun was built by his wife and was a place for many famous individuals to pay their respects.
Arts & Culture:
1) India Gate – This is the main monument in Delhi, marking the end of British rule. It is an excellent place to visit if you have time on your hands. Looking at this unique structure will give you a sense of history.
2) Red Fort – This is another place that you’ll surely want to check out if you’re in Delhi. This beautiful fort is a must-see place, and no one should miss it.
Delhi is home to some of the most significant historical monuments in India, and some of them date back to the 14th century – 15th century! Here are some important monuments you’ll want to check out:
1) Qila Mubarak Shah Zafar – This will mark the end of British rule, which will be an excellent place for you if you’re interested in history.
2) Red Fort – Built in 1754, this fort will take your breath away due to its grandeur and beauty! This remarkable structure was built by Mughal king Shah Jahan for his daughter, Mumtaz Mahal.
3) Delhi Public Library – This library is one of the oldest libraries in India and is known for its rich collection of books.
4) Rashtrapati Bhavan – This is another historical site that you’ll want to visit if you stay in Delhi for a while. It’s the official residence of the president of India, and it’s worth dropping by if you have time to spare.
5) St. James’ Cathedral – If you’re interested in history, this church will be an excellent place for you! It was built 380 years ago by Christians.
6) Qutub Minar – This is one of the largest and tallest monuments in Delhi that dates back to the 14th century. Qutb-ud-din Aibak built it. This is a spectacular monument that is made from red sandstone, which is a type of stone known for its durability. The top of this monument was destroyed by an earthquake in 1857, but the lower portion remained intact.
7) India Gate – One of the most famous symbols of British rule in India, this monument is worth a visit if you’re interested in history.
8) Raj Ghat – This monument is a religious memorial dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi. It is visited by many people every year. It’s the place of Mahatma Gandhi’s cremation.
9) Purana Qila – This is the site that marks the end of ancient Delhi and the rise of New Delhi.
10) Humayun’s Tomb – This magnificent structure was built in 1561 and is an excellent example of Mughal architecture! It was made by Humayun’s wife, Haji Begum, who used to live here before her husband’s burial. This is the tomb of Emperor Humayun, who ruled from India from 1530 to 1540. This magnificent structure is considered one of the best examples of Mughal architecture in Delhi!
11) Laxmi Narayan Temple – This temple was built in 1888 by Seth Hukum Chand and is dedicated to Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of wealth.
13) Humayun’s Tomb Museum – Here, you will be able to learn about the architectural and cultural history of Delhi.
14) Red Fort Museum – This will be an excellent place for you if you’re into history! It’s one of the best museums in India, and it features buildings from the 18th century to the 20th century.
15) India Gate Hall – This hall was built between 1911-1928 by Sir Edwin Lutyens. Lutyens was a very famous British architect, and this hall is a masterpiece of his genius!
16) National Memorial to Mahatma Gandhi – This is a memorial that used to house the ashes of Mahatma Gandhi. It was moved here from the Parliament House in 2011, and now it can be found here.
17) Sultanpur Lodhi Museum – This museum was built in 1639, making it one of the oldest museums in Delhi. You’ll learn about traditional Indian crafts through this museum as well.
19) Qila Mubarak Shah Jahan – This will be an excellent place for you if you’re interested in history. It was built in 1556 and is also known as Akbar’s Tomb.
20) Laxmi Narayan Temple – This temple was constructed during the British era. It contains a large number of deities, which are worshipped in Hinduism.
1) Central Market – This market is located in Connaught Place, and it is one of the biggest markets in Delhi.
2) Karol Bagh – This market is the biggest in Delhi, and it’s known for its cheap clothes and shoes. You’ll get good deals here, so you won’t regret checking this place out! It might be a bit crowded, though…
3) Chandni Chowk – The most famous street market in Old Delhi, this place will be an excellent place for you if you’re interested in shopping because of its competitive prices.
4) Chandni Chowk – This is a beautiful mosque built in 1677 and is the eighth largest mosque in India.
5) Karolina Market – This market was the first shopping mall in South Delhi, and it’s on the way to Connaught Place from Karol Bagh.
7) Central Market – This market is located in Connaught Place, and it’s the biggest market in Delhi. You’ll be able to shop here if you stay at Ashok.
8) Jama Masjid Market – In this market, you’ll be able to find some great souvenirs that will remind you of your trip to India!
9) Jiaganj – This is a town in West Bengal, and this place will be an excellent place for shopping stuff like brassware. Also, there are many famous jute manufacturers here too!
10) Handicrafts Emporium – Here, you’ll be able to shop for handicrafts like carpet-weaving and block printing.
11) Golconda arcade – This is the oldest shopping centre in Delhi, and people have frequented it for 200 years. All the shops are small, but some are very nicely decorated – especially those made of wood.
12) Daryaganj Bazaar – This market is the fourth largest market in India. A lot of tourists has visited it, but if you’re not a fan of crowds, then you might want to avoid seeing this place.
As you can see, Delhi is a fantastic place that you shouldn’t miss if you’re planning a trip to India. Although it will take a while to get used to the time and cultural differences, it is sure you’ll enjoy your stay in this beautiful city! Resorts at Leela Delhi will be perfect choice for your vacation.