Delhi New Delhi Tour Package
Duration : 01 Day
Locations Covered : Delhi
Tour Details :
Being the largest metropolitan in India, Delhi enjoys being recognized as political, cultural and national capital. Delhi gains its serenity from Jama mosque, and exudes proud and power in the form of Red fort. Its simmering summer is somewhat equivalent to the heat of the political affairs of India, and its chilly winters make way to the radiance of QutubMinar and JantarMantar becoming glorified.
Its local cuisine is so famous that people travel distances to taste and gorge on it. It has been often said that Delhi is the place where the beauty of a city collides with the might of the nation and the peace remains unperturbed. It’s most certainly a journey worth taking.
Akshardham Temple :- Akshardham Temple is the largest Hindu temple of India and is a major tourist destiny of India. The temple devoted to Swaminarayan has around 2000o statues, floral monuments, ponds, a large dining hall, numerous shopping complex and beautiful gardens. Situated on the bank of the Yamuna Akshardham temple has an IMAX theater, beautiful musical fountains. The temple is a major tourist destiny and is a must watch for the visitors who come to Delhi.
Qutub Minar : TheMinarpredominantly renowned for its sky-high tower of 73m also has the foremost mosque of India erected at the base of the tower. Fabricated with red sandstone and marble in the 5 floored Minar, this definitely stands as the optimum sculpture in the world.
Lotus Temple : An authentic appearance of the lotus flower is structured as lotus temple, the ultimate of the Bahai’s temples. Constructed with white marble, the temple is fashioned with blossoming gardens and pools all around. The extravagant and dazzling look of this temple in the evening when illuminated is a breath-taking sight.
Red Fort : A composed structure of red-sandstone erects the red walled” Red Fort”. Standing beside Yamuna River, this place takes the privilege of the National flag of India being raised on Independence Day.
Rajghat : The father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi, was incinerated here where a podium is built with black marble. Visitors are not permitted to go inside with shoes on. India Gate:This gate deep buries memories of thousands of soldiers fighting during World War I. India Gate is also known as All India War Memorial. Standing high in the heart of New-Delhi, the 42m India Gate has names of many Indian soldiers imprinted that make India proud of.
Parliament House : Initially built by Britishers, Parliament House comprises of number of rooms for ministers for administration work, a well-planned library and RajyaSabha and LokSabha. The House is spherical in shape resembling Ashoka Chakra.
Rashtrapati Bhawan : The official abode for the President of India, RashtrapatiBhavan is an appealing representation of Indian architecture and a blend of Hindu tradition. The brilliance of its construction, specially the dome is an attraction to the visitors.
Jama Masjid : India’s oldest mosque, Jama Masjid, built by Shah Jahan, in the busy streets of Old Delhi, is a delight to visit. The Quran here is said to be penned on a deer skin which makes it vintage.
Teen Murti Bhawan : The name is derived from three statues of armed forces erected outside the Teen MurtiBhavan. Formerly, the official residence of India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, now the compound has the famous Nehru planetarium, Nehru Memorial Fund and Nehru Library.