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brief & history

Delhi, the political capital of India, has an exuberant collection of cultural heritage bearing testimonies to the reign of different dynasties, both Hindus and Muslims; their struggle for power and authority and terrible wars and revolts faced by the city over the pages of history, dating back to as late as the era of great Hindu epic ‘Mahabharata’. Also identified as ‘Indraprastha’, the city was once the capital of Pandavas.

The city also bears sophisticated trails of a long British rule with its well-planned and aristocratic structures, including the palatial complex of Rashtrapati Bhawan and India Gate adorning the city with their majestic and patriotic value.

Some brilliant epitomes of the Mughal era rest at Delhi including the famous Red fort where India’s Independence Day is celebrated religiously and the elegant Qutub Minar, which once used to be the tallest building of the city.

Living in its seventh reincarnation, Delhi has emerged as a mixed bag in terms of populattion comprising of people from all castes, creeds, religions, regions and tastes. The city also boasts of an interesting mix of Old Delhi and New Delhi, which sort of divides the culture of Delhi into hep and traditional. The slow-paced, crowded and narrow lanes of Chandni Chowk is a top priority check out on any tourist’s iterinary of Delhi, for its delectable food, traditional markets and historic value.


tourist attractions

Humayun's Tomb
A Mughal architecture splendor and a World Heritage site, Humanyun’s tomb is a complex of buildings encompassing the main tomb of the Emperor Humayun and numerous others including Emperor Baber. Ordered to be built by Humayun’s widow in 1562, the tomb took 8 years to complete.

India Gate
Built by Edwin Lutyens during the British rule, the India War Memorial commemorates the martyr Indian soldiers of various wars, by inscribing their names on the walls of the monument. This marvel of architecture houses the flame of the immortal warrior - the Amar Jawan Jyoti that is incessantly burning since 1971.
Qutub Minar
The tallest brick minaret in the world, Qutub Minar was an inspiration of Qutb-ud-din Aybak who commenced its construction in 1193. The minaret took three lifetimes to complete with Firuz Shah Tughluq’s last storey in 1368. The development of architectural styles from Aybak to Tughluq are quite evident in the minaret.

Jantar Mantar
Also known as the Yantra (Instrument) Mandir (Temple), Jantar Mantar was built by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Jaipur for personal use. The structure, consisting of a collection of architectural astronomy instruments, was used to compile astronomical tables and predict time and movement of the sun, moon and planets for Maharaja, to serve the purpose of astrology.


delhi Itinerary

delhi tour
Day one & Day two
Places Covered

Day one
Day one is dedicated to the visit of Old Delhi. The entire day, you will be exploring various tourist attractions of Old Delhi. The major attractions that you will visit and definitely appreciate include :

Jama Masjid
It is the largest mosque in India . It was begun in 1644 and completed only in 1658. There are two minarets (40m in height), four angle towers and three gateways. Built during the rule of Emperor Shah Jahan, the mosque is made of white marble and red stone.


On the banks of the Yamuna, is the spot where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated following his assassination in 1948.

Chandni Chowk
This shopping bazaar is the main street of Old Delhi. In spite of it being terribly crowded, irrespective of the time of the day or night, it is frequented by Indian and foreign tourists alike. Return to hotel. Overnight at hotel.

Day two
Today, take a tour to the Luteyn's Delhi . Drive through the wide lanes of New Delhi and explore some of the most fascinating tourist attractions in New Delhi . The day two itinerary will include visits to :

Jantar Mantar
This is an observatory constructed during the rule of Maharaja Jai Singh II ( around the year 1725). There is a huge sun-dial known as the Prince of Dials. India Gate This arch of triumph bears the names of several thousands of Indians who lost their lives during WW1.

Rashtrapati Bhavan
Opposite India Gate is the official residence of the President of India. The building exhibits Mughal as well as Western architectural style. Surrounded by huge gardens, this was completed in 1929.

Old Fort
This fort with its massive walls was started by Humayun but was completed around 1540 by Sher Shah (the Afghan ruler who had defeated Humayun).

Qutab Minar
73m in height, this tower tapers from a diameter of 15m to 2.5m. There are five distinct storeys, each of which has a protruding balcony.

Lakshmi Narayan Temple
This was constructed in 1938 by the famous industrialist BD Birla. It is dedicated to the Goddess of wealth, Lakshmi.

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