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Delhi Overview :

Summarise the City : Capital City of India Delhi Red Fort  
Best Time to Visit : October to March
Experiences : Architecture, Art and Craft, Shopping
City calling Code : 011
Recommended no. of days for a Tourist : 1 - 2 Days
Best Buys : Handicrafts, Textile, Antiques, Jewellery
Delhi City History :
Formed out of 7 successive cities with centuries of evolutionary history, Delhi, the capital of India is the most happening city of the country. Diverse cultural elements which the city has been absorbing since ages have enriched it. So, exploring Delhi is a rewarding experience. Delhi is dotted with monuments all of which stand testimony to its illustrious past. It is an amalgam of ruins of medieval architecture and ever expanding concrete jungles. The architect of New Delhi, Sir Edwin Lutyens and his colleague Herbert Baker burnt midnight oil for 20 long years to build Delhi in a unique style. The old Delhi abounds in Islamic architecture while New Delhi in colonial one. Every crumbling wall of Delhi has a story to tell. If India is a book, then Delhi is its index page. A 2-days tour of Delhi practically offers a glimpse of each and every corner of India as Delhi is basically a city of migrants. Whether it is food or things to shop, the city has no dearth of variety because here trends and traditions go hand in hand. It is also the best place to experience the range and richness of classical dance and music.

Delhi provides a fascinating cultural introduction to this multifaceted country. So, with easy accessibility from any part of the world and plethora of attractions and accommodation for both the well heeled and the budget travelers, Delhi is a perfect destination to begin your expedition to explore India.
 

Delhi Tourist Places / Attractions :

Red Fort :
Pride of Delhi, the Red Fort (built in red sandstone) was constructed in a period of about 10 yrs. by Mughal Emperor Shahjahan under whom the art of architecture is said to have reached its zenith. It is said to have been built as an imitation of 'paradise'( as described in Koran )as is inscribed on one of its walls "if there is paradise on earth it is this ,it is this, it is this". This well preserved fort stands to this day as a mute witness to the numerous upheavals which the country suffered after its construction. The fort is equally significant today as it is venue for celebrations on Indian Independence Day.

Earlier, on its one side flowed river Yamuna while on other was a 10m deep moat. But now the Yamuna is more than 1km away and the moat has also dried up. The main entrance, from where our Prime Minister addresses the nation on Independence Day, leads to 'Chatta Chowk' or the Meena Bazaar, a shopping arcade for ladies of the period. Now it caters to the tourists.

Main buildings are Diwan-i-am, Diwan-i-Khas (once the house for priceless 'Peacock Throne'), Moti Masjid built by Aurangzeb, royal baths, rang mahal, Shahi burz etc. Between these buildings were laid the exquisite Mughal Gardens. Every evening a one hour light and sound show unfurls the history related to the fort which helps the visitors visualize the former glory of this magnificent fort.
Suggested Time Required to See the Place Entrance Charges For Foreigner Close Day (If Any) Open / Close Time
(1 -1.5 Hrs) 250 Rs. Monday Sunrise to Sunset
 
Humanyu's Tomb :
Humanyu's tomb, the first imposing example of Mughal architecture in India was built by his widow, Haji Begum in 1565.It is again a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Designed by a Persian architect Mirza Ghiyas this structure is built in red sandstone amidst a large square garden. It is ornamented with colored tiles and is surmounted by a magnificent dome. Besides the grave of Humanyu, there are also graves of some other members of the royal family. This building is especially significant as it heralded the construction of garden tombs in India and is said to have inspired the construction of the Taj Mahal.
Suggested Time Required to See the Place Entrance Charges For Foreigner Close Day (If Any) Open / Close Time
(40 - 50 Min) 250 Rs. (Free for children upto the age of 15 yrs.) No Sunrise to Sunset
 
Jantar Mantar :
The Jantar Mantar at Delhi's Connaught place is one of the 5 astronomical observatories laid by Raja Sawai Jai Singh II of Jaipur.He raised this unique structure to keep a track of the celestial bodies so that he could perform the pujas and sacred rituals at the most auspicious moments so as to ward off the evils. The instruments are large and fixed making them resistant to vibrations and thus in turn to the errors also. The 'Samrat Yantra', a right angled triangle whose hypotenuse is parallel to earth's axis was used as sundial, the 'Ram yantra' to read the altitude of the sun and the 'Jai Prakash Yantra' (invented by Jai Singh himself) verifies time of spring equinox. Although the observatory is now obsolete but still hoards of visitors flock to this place.
Suggested Time Required to See the Place Entrance Charges For Foreigner Close Day (If Any) Open / Close Time
(30 - 40 Min) 100 Rs. No Sunrise to Sunset
 
Qutub Minar :
Reached by a flight of 399 steps, this 72.5m tall stone tower is Delhi's recognized landmark. In 1193 Qutub-ud-din Aibak commenced the construction. But he could build only the basement before his death. His successor Iltutmish erected 3 more stories, the last one was added by Firoz Shah Tughlaq.The development of architectural style is quite evident. It is mainly constructed in red sandstone but in top story marble is also used. Each successive story diminishes in size from base to top and is provided with a projecting balcony. Some say it was build to signify the might of Islam while others are of the opinion that it was to make a call for prayer. In this complex you can also see Quwwat-ul-islam mosque (India's 1st mosque) and a 4th century, 7m high enigmatic Iron pillar. To our surprise the pillar has not rusted as yet and speaks volumes about India's advancement in the field of metallurgy. The Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque is made out of the material of the 27 Hindu temples which Aibak destructed at this site. The carvings on the pillar depicting Hindu motifs also corroborate this fact.
Suggested Time Required to See the Place Entrance Charges For Foreigner Close Day (If Any) Open / Close Time
(35 - 40 Hrs) 250 Rs. Per Adult No Sunrise to Sunset
 
India Gate :
On Rajpath stands the 'India Gate' a 42m high enormous arch built in the memory of martyrs of 1st World War. Designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, the architect of New Delhi this memorial bears the name of thousands of soldiers. The Amar Jawan Jyoti (the eternal flame was added to it later to commemorate the Indian soldiers who laid their lives in the Indo-Pak war of 1971. At night the floodlights and colorful fountains around it make a worth watching scene attracting hoards of visitors.
Suggested Time Required to See the Place Entrance Charges For Foreigner Close Day (If Any) Open / Close Time
(15-20 Min) No Entrance Fees No Can be Visited at Any Time.
 
Rajghat :
The mortal remains of our 'Father of nation', Mahatama Gandhi were cremated on this spot on the west bank of the river Yamuna. Amidst a verdant garden in a serene ambience lies a black granite platform inscribed with the words he uttered last i.e. 'Hey Ram'. All visiting 'Heads of States' positively visit this place to lay wreath in memory of the Mahatama.The leaders of the nation gather here for prayer meeting on every birth and death anniversary of Gandhiji. Prayer meetings are held here every Friday, the day Gandhiji was shot dead.
Suggested Time Required to See the Place Entrance Charges For Foreigner Close Day (If Any) Open / Close Time
(15-20 Min) No Entrance Fees No -
 
Akshardham Temple :
The Akshardham Temple Complex in Delhi is the recent addition made to the tourist attraction list of Delhi. It is built on the lines of the Akshardham Temple in Gandhinagar (Gujarat). It has been constructed under the patronage of the Bochasanvasi Aksharpurushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha (BAPS) and was inaugurated on November 7, 2005. The temple complex promises a unique glimpse of the Hindu religion and Indian culture. The Akshardham temple complex has been built on the banks of the serene River Yamuna and lies over a sprawling 100 acres of verdant lawns. The main monument is about 141-ft high and houses a striking statue of Lord Swaminarayan. The temple represents a wonderful fusion of pink stone and pure white marble. The pink stone symbolises Bhakti (Devotion) while the white marble stands for absolute purity and eternal peace. A whopping 2 billion was spent on the construction of this grand place of worship that took about 2 years to build.

An IMAX theatre, a Swaminarayan temple and an elaborate musical fountain accessorize the massive Akshardham temple. Sahajanad Pradarshan (Hall no.1) presents scenes from Swaminarayan's life. The Nilkanth Kalyan Yatra (Hall no. 2) has Delhi's first and large format screen. The Sanskruti Vihar (Hall no. 3) takes you long back in time- a journey through 10,000 years of Indian history in 10 minutes alone.The Yagnapurush kund(fountain and light show) is India's largest step well. The Yogi Harday Kamal is lotus shaped sunken garden. Huge stones engraved with quotes from personalities like Shakespeare can be seen here.
Suggested Time Required to See the Place Entrance Charges For Foreigner Close Day (If Any) Open / Close Time
(3 - 3.5 Hrs) No Entrance Fees Monday 9 AM - 9 PM
 
Rashtrapati Bhawan :
The residence of the President of the largest democracy, India, the Rashtrapati Bhawan is a perfect building to match the stature of its resident. It is rightly called 'an empire in stone.' This is a big mansion with 340 rooms and 4 floors built predominantly in Indian style of architecture but with shades of fusion clearly visible. The most striking feature is its dome which is said to resemble the great Sanchi stupa. Designed by Edwin Lutyens to be the residence of the Viceroy of India this complex was stipulated to be completed in 4yrs but it took 17yrs. and an enormous expenditure of Rs. 14 million.

Inside the Rashtrapati Bhawan complex are the magnificent Mughal Gardens. Made in 3 levels, the terraced garden is spread in an area of 100 hectares. They seem to be highly influenced by Persian and Timurid gardens. The 16 tier lotus leaves flower fountain and the island of green are eye catching. A visit to the beautiful butterfly garden would make you feel heaven. But , if you wish to have a sight of all this you need to plan your trip in Feb-March since this is the only period of the year when the garden opens for the general public to flaunt the wealth of its flowers. The entry and exit into the gardens is regulated from Gate No. 35 of the President's Estate, which is located near the North Avenue, at the western end of the Church Road.
Suggested Time Required to See the Place Entrance Charges For Foreigner Close Day (If Any) Open / Close Time
(30 Min) No Entrance Fees Monday February and March 9.30 AM - 2.30 PM
 

Delhi Car Rental :

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Delhi Festivals :

Suraj Kund Handicraft Mela : February
At a distance of just 8 km from South Delhi, the Suraj Kund district of Harayana hosts the biggest crafts fair of India. The idea is to give a wide platform to the talented lots of our country where they can display their best and come in direct contact of the buyers. It also aims at giving a feel of rustic India to the visitors. The amphitheatre comes alive with vivid performances by folk artists.
 
Qutub Festival : Nov - Dec
Against the backdrop of the illuminated Qutub Minar, various cultural events are held, where the veterans of Indian classical and folk music give spectacular performances. This 3 days event is a sincere effort to revive the magnificence and splendor of the Qutub Minar. Watch the performances and savour the delectable cuisine from different Indian States that is available on the food stalls in the premises.

Delhi Excursions

Agra : 220 K.M. from Delhi
Agra is the one of the prominent destinations of the World Tourism map with three heritage monuments - The Taj Mahal, Red Fort & Fatehpur Sikri. It is more just a decadent city of graveyards and stones, but it is a vibrant centre of Culture, Art and Religious philosophies that have enriched mankind and shaped human thought over centuries.
 
Jaipur : 280 K.M. from Delhi
Jaipur is 280 km from Delhi and 240 km from Agra and forms the most chosen tourism golden triangle of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. It a bustling capital city and a business centre with all the trapping of modern metropolis but yet flavored strongly with an age-old charm that never fails to surprise a traveler. The old Jaipur painted in Pink can grip any visitor with admiration. Stunning backdrop of ancient forts Nahargarh, Amer, Jagarh and Moti Dungri are dramatic testimonials of the bygone era and a reminder of their lingering romance.
 
Neemrana : 122 K.M. from Delhi

Built since 1464 AD, Neemrana Fort-Palace is among India's oldest heritage resorts. Neemrana became the third capital of the descendants of Prithviraj Chauhan III, who was killed in battle by Mohammad Ghori in 1192 AD. This picturesque site was chosen by Raja Rajdeo and Neemrana derived its name from a brave local chieftain Nimola Meo, who when defeated by the Chauhans, pleaded that his name be given to his lost kingdom. It is Rajasthan's closest palace from New Delhi, situated at 122 kms. On the Delhi-Jaipur highway - only 100 kms from Delhi's international airport.

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