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  • India Gate

    India Gate

    Synonymous with New Delhi and situated in the heart of the city, India Gate is one of the most popular monuments in the city. The foundation stone of India Gate was laid in 1920 and the structure was unveiled in 1933. Designed by Edwin Lutyens, India Gate was dedicated to ...

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  • The Canopy

    The Canopy

    Standing behind the India Gate, the Canopy is a red sandstone structure constructed by British architect Edwin Lutyens. The construction of this structure was inspired by a 6th century Mahabalipuram Pavilion in South India. Until Independence in 1947 the pavilion contained the statue of King George the Fifth, but that ...

  • Coronation Durbar Park

    Coronation Durbar Park

    The Coronation Durbar Park, also known as the Coronation Memorial was the venue of the Delhi Durbar in 1877 after Queen Victoria was declared the Empress of India. In 1903 the park was later used to celebrate King Edward’s assumption of the throne in 1903.

    It was at ...

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  • Nehru Park

    Nehru Park

    The Nehru Park is a large park located in the heart of the city spread over an area of 80 acres. Established in 1969 and named after India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, the Nehru Park is a popular venue for many music shows, such as the SPIC MACAY and ...

    Park/Garden For Kids
  • Lotus Temple (Baha’i House of Worship)

    Lotus Temple (Baha’i House of Worship)

    The Baha’I House of Worship, more popularly known as the Lotus Temple, owing to its shape and design, is one of Delhi’s most recognized structures.

    The Lotus temple, constructed entirely out of white marble, is known for its modern architecture, which stands out against the concrete jungle around ...

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  • Sacred Heart Cathedral

    Sacred Heart Cathedral

    One of the oldest church bruildings in New Delhi, the Sacred Heart Cathedral is the headquarters of the Catholic Archdiocese in Delhi.

    Construction of the Sacred Heart Cathedral began in 1930 and the building was designed by British architect Henry Medd.

    Inspired by Italian architecture, the ...

  • Cathedral Church of Redemption

    Cathedral Church of Redemption

    The Cathedral Church of Redemption is one of the most beautiful churches in India and dates back to the 1900’s.

    The construction of this church was completed in 1935, though it had already opened to public worship in 1931.The building of the cathedral is shaped like a birthday ...

  • Rashtrapati Bhavan

    Rashtrapati Bhavan

    The Rashtrapati Bhavan is the official residence of the President of India and is a rambling mansion with breath taking architecture. Spread over 320 acres, the vast grounds of the Rashtrapati Bhavan are home not only the head of state, but also staff quarters, stables, offices and the beautiful and ...

  • Lodi Gardens

    Lodi Gardens

    Dotted with monuments and tombs from the Lodi and Sayyed periods of history, the Lodi Gardens in one of Delhi’s popular tourist attractions. Emblematic of 16th century architectural styles, the Lodi Gardens contain the tombs of Muhammad Shah and Sikandar Lodi.

    Despite being a historical monument, the Lodi ...

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  • Qutub Minar

    Qutub Minar

    The Qutub Minar is a towering 73 meter high tower built by Qutub-ud-Din Aibak in 1193. The tower was built to celebrate Muslim dominance in Delhi after the defeat of Delhi’s last Hindu ruler. This tower is the highest tower in India, complete with five storeys and projecting balconies. The ...

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  • Humayun’s Tomb

    Humayun’s Tomb

    One of the most magnificent tombs built in Delhi during the Mughal rule, the Humayun’s Tomb is an excellent example of Persian architecture. The Humayun’s Tomb was commissioned in 1526, nine years after the death of Humayun, by his widow Hamida Banu Begum.

    Constructed out of red sandstone, ...

  • Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah

    Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah

    Located at a close proximity from the Humayun’s Tomb the Nizamuddin Dargah is the tomb of Sheikh Nizam-ud-Din Aulia, a popular sufi saint of the Chishtiya order. The dargah was built in 1325, the year the saint died, though it has been through considerable renovation since then. The saint’s tomb ...

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  • Red Fort (Lal Qila)

    Red Fort (Lal Qila)

    The Red Fort-a massive red sandstone fort is synonymous with Delhi and is proof of the glory of the flourishing Mughal Empire in Delhi.

    Commissioned by Shah Jahan in 1638 when he decided to shift the capital of the Mughal Empire from Agra to Delhi, the Red Fort ...

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  • Safdarjung’s Tomb

    Safdarjung’s Tomb

    The last garden tomb in Delhi, the Safdarjung’s Tomb is the mausoleum of Safdarjung. Built between 1753-54 by Safdarjung’s son Shuja-ud-Daula this tomb has numerous small canopies, such as the Moti Mahal, Badsha Pasand and Jangli Mahal among others. The complex of the Hunayun’s Tomb also contains a Madrasa and ...

  • Isa Khan’s Tomb

    Isa Khan’s Tomb

    Located in the same complex as the Humyaun’s Tomb, the tomb of Isa Khan was built during his lifetime between 1562-1571. An Afghan Nobel in the court of Sher Shah Suri, Isa Khan’s tomb has a strong resemblance with other tombs constructed during the Sur Dynasty.

    Isa Khan’s ...

  • Jama Masjid

    Jama Masjid

    Shah Jahan’s last architectural extravagance, the Jama Masjid towers over Old Delhi and is India’s largest mosque. Commissioned by Shah Jahan in 1650 the mosque took six years to be constructed and was completed in 1656. The massive courtyard of the Jama Masjid can hold up to twenty five thousand ...

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  • Alai Darwaza

    Alai Darwaza

    The Alai Darwaza is the main gate from the southern side of the Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque in the Qutub Minar complex .Built by Allaudin Khilji the Sultan of Delhi in 1311 AD, the Alai Darwaza has a domed entrance which is constructed using red sandstone and is adorned with white marble. ...

  • Mehrauli Archaeological Park

    Mehrauli Archaeological Park

    The Mehrauli Archaeological Park is an archeological complex spread over 200 acres in Mehrauli and houses over 100 historically important structures. The complex is known as being the only place in the city which has been continuously inhabited for 1000 year. The park has ancient relics dating from the times ...

  • Tomb of Khan-i-Khana

    Tomb of Khan-i-Khana

    Situated in Nizamuddin East, in close proximity to Humayun’s Tomb lies the tomb of Khan-i-Khana, a famous composer during the time of Mughal Emperor Akbar, more popularly known as Rahim.

    This tomb was originally built by Rahim for his wife in 1598, but he himself was buried here ...

  • Alai Minar

    Alai Minar

    The Alai Minar is an unfinished tower in the Qutub Complex, construction of which was started by Alauddin Khilji. After Khilji had doubled the size of the Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque he decided to constructed a tower which would be twice the height of the Qutub Minar. Construction of the Alai Minar ...

  • Diwan-i-Khas


    Located within the Red Fort, the Diwan-i-Khas, or the hall of private audiences is where the Emperor would conduct meeting with heads of state and high ranking officials. The hall is essentially a rectangular chamber with high arched openings, which are beautifully engraved. The arches are held in place by ...

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  • Diwan-i-Am


    The Diwan-i-Am or the Hall of Public audiences is located within the Red Fort and is where the Emperor would address the needs to the common people oh his kingdom through a balcony. The Diwan-i-Am is an ornate hall adorned with stuccowork and contains gold columns. The hall also housed ...

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  • Tomb of Imam Zamin

    Tomb of Imam Zamin

    Located in the Qutub Complex near the Alai Darwaza is the tomb of Imam Zamin, a noted Turkestani Imam, who lived in the Qutub Complex during the rule of Sikandar Lodi. Imam Zamin came to Delhi during the 15th century and was the imam of the Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque. This tomb ...

  • Ajmeri Gate

    Ajmeri Gate

    Located in Chandni Chowk, the Ajmeri Gate was built on a square base and boasts of high arches. The Ajmeri Gate derives its name from the fact that the road which ran from this gate led to Ajmer in Rajasthan. The gate is surrounded by a park and a madrasa ...

  • Chandni Chowk

    Chandni Chowk

    Chandni Chowk is one of Delhi’s oldest and most famous markets. Located in Old Delhi and built in the 17th century by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, Chandni Chowk is still steeped in history and is home to many iconic historic monuments such as the Red Fort, the Jama Masjid, Lal ...

    Cultural Landmark
  • Hauz Khas Village

    Hauz Khas Village

    Hauz Khas Village is a popular complex in Delhi which is essentially popular for its designer boutiques, specialty restaurants. This urban village or HKV as it is popularly known also houses an Islamic seminary, a mosque and a tomb constructed around a water tank. The historic remains in the Hauz ...

  • Delhi Art Gallery

    Delhi Art Gallery

    The Delhi Art Gallery is one of the oldest art galleries in the city and is home to some of the country’s most renowned pre-modern, modern and contemporary painters. Some of the artists whose work you will find at the Delhi Art Gallery are Rabindranath Tagore, Raza, F.N D’Souza, Husain ...

  • Qila Rai Pithora

    Qila Rai Pithora

    The Qila Rai Pithora was constructed in the 12th century by Rajput ruler Prithviraj Chauhan. The first was constructed after the Chauhan Rajputs took over Delhi from the Tomar Rajputs.

    The complex of the Qila Lal Pithora also includes the Lal Kot, which had been built in the ...

  • Purana Qila (Old Fort)

    Purana Qila (Old Fort)

    One of the oldest forts in India, the Pura Qila was constructed by the Afghan King, Sher Shah Suri on what was supposed to be Indraprastha, the capital of the Pandavas. The walls of the Old Fort rise to a height of 18 metres and are spread over 1.5 kilometres. ...

  • Tughlaqabad Fort

    Tughlaqabad Fort

    The Tughlaqabad Fort was built by the founder of the Tughlaq Dynasty, Ghiyas-ud-din-Tughlaq in 1321. Established as the fifth historic city, the fort was later abandoned in 1327. The fort is a gigantic stone structure, with walls that are 10-15 metres high. Crowning the walls are battlement parapets and bastions. ...

  • Fatehpuri Mosque

    Fatehpuri Mosque

    Located in Chandini Chowk, opposite the Red Fort, the Fathepuri Mosque was commissioned by Fatehpuri Begum one of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan’s wives. Fathepur Begum hailed from Fatehpur and one of the mosques in the Taj Mahal is also named after her.

    The Fatehpuri Mosque is constructed using ...

  • Khirki Masjid

    Khirki Masjid

    Located in Jahanpanah, the Khirki Masjd was commissioned by Khan-i Jahan Junan Shah, a high ranking official in the court of Tugluq Sultan Firoz Shah. The mosque has derived its name from the khirkis (windows) which adorn the upper floors.

    Spread over an area of 87 square metres, ...

    Religious Monument
  • Jamali Kamali Mosque and Tomb

    Jamali Kamali Mosque and Tomb

    Located in the Archeological Village Complex are two monuments besides each other. One is a mosque and the other a tomb of two people by the names of Jamali and Kamali.

    Jamali was the alias of Shaikh Jamali Kamboh, a famous and highly regarded sufi saint who lived ...

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  • Khairul Manzil Masjid

    Khairul Manzil Masjid

    The Khairul Manzil Masjid is located opposite the Purana Qila and was built in 1561 by Maham Anga, a powerful wet nurse of Emperor Akbar. Anga was the foster mother of Akbar and briefly ruled the Mughal Emperor when Akbar was a young boy. The mosque was built with the ...

    Religious Monument
  • Feroz Shah Kotla Fort

    Feroz Shah Kotla Fort

    Feroz Shah Kotla is a fortress constructed by Sultan Feroz Shah as a walled city he named Ferozabad. The fort came into being when the Mughals decided to shift their capital from Tughlaqabad to Ferozabad, because of water scarcity. The fort contained beautiful gardens, baolis (step wells) palaces, mosques and ...

  • Gurudwara Bangla Sahib

    Gurudwara Bangla Sahib

    The Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is one of the most popular and important Sikh shrines in Delhi. Located in the heart of the city, near Connaught Place, this gurudwara was originally a bungalow owned by Raja Jai Sing, a ruler in the seventeenth century. This building was later pulled down to ...

  • Gurudwara Sis Ganj Sahib

    Gurudwara Sis Ganj Sahib

    Gurudwara Sis Ganj Sahib is one of the oldest and most iconic Sikh shrines in Delhi. The Gurudwara was first established in 1783 by Baghel Singh to mark the martyrdom of the Sikh Guru, Guru Teg Bahadur.

    Located in Chandini Chowk, Gurudwara Sis Ganj Sahib was built at the ...

  • Chhatarpur Temple

    Chhatarpur Temple

    The Shri Adhya Katyani Peeth Mandir, popularly known as the Chhatarpur Temple after its location, is India’s second largest temple complex. Built by Baba Sant Nagpal Ji in 1974, the Chhatarpur Tempe is constructed entirely out of marble and is dedicated to Goddess Durga in her avatar as Goddess Katyayini.

  • ISKCON Temple

    ISKCON Temple

    Located in East of Kailash in New Delhi, the ISKCON temple is a famous temple dedicated to Lord Krishna and Radha. The ISKCON Temple is run by the International Society for Krishna Consciousness, also known as the Hare Krishna movement. Opened in 1998, the ISKCON Temple is located at the ...

  • Laskhminarayan Temple (Birla Mandir)

    Laskhminarayan Temple (Birla Mandir)

    The Lakshminarayan Mandir, also popularly known as the Birla Mandir is one among the most popular temples in Delhi. The temple is dedicated to Lakshminarayan, another name for Lord Vishnu and was constructed by B.R Birla and Jugal Kishore Birla. Construction of the Lakshminarayan Temple was started in 1933 and ...

  • Malai Mandir

    Malai Mandir

    Uttara Swami Mali Mandir, popularly known as Mali Mandir is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Swaminatha (better known as Lord Murugan) and is visited by a throng of devotees, mostly from Tamil, Kannada, Telegu and Malayalam speaking communities in Delhi. The Malai Mandir is located on a small ...

  • Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple

    Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple

    The Swaminarayan Akshardham, popularly known as the Akshardham Temple is a Hindu temple which exemplifies traditional Hindu culture and architecture. The temple was developed by the spiritual head of the Shri Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha, Pramukh Swami Maharaj. 7000 artisans were involved in the construction of the temple aided by ...

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  • Shri Kalkaji Mandir

    Shri Kalkaji Mandir

    One of Delhi’s most famous temples, the Shri Kalkaji Mandir is visited by crores of devotees every year. Also known as Manokamna Siddha Peeth, it is believed that by praying at these temples the desires and wishes of all devotees shall come true.

    The Shri Kalkaji Temple ...

  • Jain Shwetambar Temple

    Jain Shwetambar Temple

    Located in Kinari Bazaar in Old Delhi, the Jain Shwetambar Temple is one of the most beautiful Jain temples in the city. The temple belongs to the Shwetambar sect of Jainism, who wear only simple, white clothes. This three storey high temple is elaborately adorned with delicate artwork on its ...

  • Shri Digambar Jain Lal Mandir

    Shri Digambar Jain Lal Mandir

    Built in 1658 AD the Shri Digambar Jain Lal Mandir is located opposite the Red Fort in Old Delhi and dates back to the times of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. This temple is dedicated to Parashvanath, the 23rd Tirthankara and also houses a charity hospital for birds. The architecture of ...

  • Sai Baba Temple

    Sai Baba Temple

    The Sai Baba Temple remains one of the most popular Sai temples in Delhi and is dedicated to Shirdi Sai Baba. The temple aims at preserving religious tolerance and is open to all irrespective of caste, creed, gender and religious affiliation. In the true spirit of Sai Baba and his ...

  • Ramakrishna Mission

    Ramakrishna Mission

    The Ramakrishna Mission is a volunteer organization which was founded by famous mystic saint Ramakrishna’s prime disciple Vivekananda. The Purpose of the mission is to promote education, religious studies and spirituality. The Ramakrishna Mission in Delhi came into being on 16th October 1935 and is home to a beautiful temple, ...

  • Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum

    Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum

    The once residence of late Indian Prime Minister, the Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum is now home to artifacts and interesting memorabilia related to Indira Gandhi.

    Apart from news clippings and photographs, the Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum also has many personal belongings of Mrs.Gandhi, including the blood stained saree ...

  • National Gallery of Modern Art

    National Gallery of Modern Art

    The National Gallery of Modern Art is one of the most celebrated art galleries in Delhi and is located in Jaipur House. Founded in March 1954 by the Government of India, the National Gallery of Modern Art is home to more than 14,000 works of art by artists such as ...

  • National Gandhi Museum

    National Gandhi Museum

    Located in Rajghat, near the samadhi of Mahatma Gandhi, the National Gandhi Museum was inaugurated in 1961, on the 13th Death Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi by then President of India, Dr. Rajendra Prasad.

    The National Gandhi Museum houses numerous paintings and personal artifacts of Mahatma Gandhi, including a ...

  • Shankar’s International Dolls Museum

    Shankar’s International Dolls Museum

    The Shankar’s International Dolls Museum was found by political cartoonist, K.Shankar Pillai. Located on Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg in the Children’s Book Trust Building, this museum houses the largest collection of dolls in Delhi.

    Spread over an area of 5,184.5sq ft, the Shankar’s International Dolls Museum houses a ...

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  • National Rail Museum

    National Rail Museum

    Located in Chankayapuri the National Rail Museum celebrates the rail heritage of India and was opened to the public on 1st February 1977. Located over an area of 10 acres, the museum has over 100 life size exhibits of trains belonging to the Indian Railways.

    The National Rail ...

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  • National Museum

    National Museum

    One of the largest museums in India, the National Museum was established on 15th August 1949 and houses artifacts ranging from pre-historic to modern pieces of art. The museum is home to over 200,000 pieces of art, Indian and international spanning 5000 years.

    The National Museum is also ...

  • Nehru Memorial Museum and Museum

    Nehru Memorial Museum and Museum

    Located in the Teen Murti House the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library seeks at conserving the history of the Indian Independence struggle. Established in 1964, following the death of India’s first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, the museum today is an important centre for advanced research and modern history. Visitors to ...

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  • National Philatelic Museum

    National Philatelic Museum

    A stamp collectors dream come true, the National Philatelic Museum is home to an exhaustive stamp collection, which includes the first ever stamp issued in India by the Sindh Dak in 1854. The museum also includes stamps issued by kings of princely states in India before Independence. ...

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  • Sanskriti Museum of Everyday Art

    Sanskriti Museum of Everyday Art

    Established in 1984 to foster India’s unique culture and traditions, the Sanskriti Museum of Everyday Art celebrates the skillful craftsmanship of Indian artisans. On display in the museum are objects related to daily life, customs and beliefs. What’s interesting is how the museum displays objects that are used throughout the ...

  • Swatantra Sangram Sangrahalaya (Museum of the Independence Movement)

    Swatantra Sangram Sangrahalaya (Museum of the Independence Movement)

    The Swatantra Sangram Sangrahalaya is a popular museum in Delhi which displays India’s history from Colonial rule onwards. The museum also emphasises India’s first war for Independence in 1857. The museum is owned and maintained by the Archeological Survey of India and has on display paintings, photographs and maps of ...

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  • National Handicrafts and Handlooms Museum

    National Handicrafts and Handlooms Museum

    Popularly known as the National Crafts Museum, the National Handicrafts and Handlooms museum is one of Delhi’s largest crafts museums. Located in Pragati Maidan this museum is run by the Ministry of Textiles, Government of India. The museum houses more than 35,000 unique pieces which pay a tribute to Indian ...

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  • National Science Centre

    National Science Centre

    The National Science Centre is a science museum in New Delhi and is also the north zonal headquarters of the National Council of Science Museums. Established in 1992, the objective of the museum is to promote scientific knowledge and thinking among the general public, especially among students.

    The museum ...

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  • Tibet House Museum

    Tibet House Museum

    The Tibet House Museum was founded in 1965 by the Dali Lama to conserve and celebrate Tibetan culture, while providing a centre for Tibetan and Buddhist studies. The museum contains Tibetan artifacts such as old coins, thankas (Buddhist paintings), currency notes, prayer beads, headgear and more. Apart from that the ...

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  • Sulabh International Museum of Toilets

    Sulabh International Museum of Toilets

    The Sulabh International Museum of Toilets is a unique museum which houses artifacts related to toilets, right from 2500 BC till today.

    Sulabh International is an Indian social service organisation which has done tremendous work in the field of sanitation, human rights, non-conventional sources of energy, waste management, ...

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  • Delhi Metro Museum

    Delhi Metro Museum

    The Delhi Metro Museum is South Asia’s first Metro Museum and is located at the Ptael Chowk Metro station. The museum traces the origin of the Delhi Metro right from conception to implementation and the challenges faced along the way. The Delhi Metro Museum also displays the management and style ...

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  • Parliament House (Sansad Bhavan)

    Parliament House (Sansad Bhavan)

    Parliament House or Sansad Bhavan is one of the most impressive buildings in Delhi. Located at the end of Sansad Marg the Parliament Building was designed by British architect Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker. This iconic building was inaugurated in 1927 by Lord Irwin, the then Governor-General of India.

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  • Raj Ghat

    Raj Ghat

    Raj Ghat is the memorial of Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation. A black stone platform in an open air complex marks the spot where Gandhi was cremated. A flame constantly burns at one end of the platform and visitors are required to remove their footwear before they enter ...

  • Shantivan


    Shantivan, or the Forest of Peace, is the Samadhi, or cremation spot of India’s first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru. The samadi in the form of a large base covered with a lawn is located north of Raj Ghat, the Samadhi of Mahatma Gandhi. Shantivan is visited by many visiting dignitaries ...

  • Vijay Ghat

    Vijay Ghat

    Vijay Ghat is the memorial of India’s second Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri. Vijay means victory and his memorial was named after the victory he led India to in the 1965 war against Pakistan. The memorial marks the spot where Shastri was cremated and prayer services are held every year ...

  • Shakti Sthal

    Shakti Sthal

    Shakti Sthal is the memorial of former Indian Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi. Elements like earth, rock, water and nature have been used in the primary design of Shakti Sthal. The structure of the memorial is sixteen feet high and has been made using 60 tonnes of iron ore, which signify ...

  • Rajpath


    Rajpath is a beautiful tree lined avenue which starts from Rashtrapati Bhavan and runs through Vijay Chowk, and National Stadium. Flanked by trees, lawns and canals on either side. After an incline at Raisina Hill, Rajpath is framed by the North Block and South Block on either side and culminates ...

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  • Vijay Path

    Vijay Path

    Vijay Path is the name of the square in front of the Rashtrapati Bhavan. It was initially known as Kingsway during the British Raj and was renamed Vijay Chowk after Independence. The Beating of the Retreat Ceremony which is the official closing ceremony of the Republic Day is held at ...

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  • Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium

    Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium

    The Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium is a multipurpose sports stadium for hosting football and other sporting and even non-sporting events. Constructed by the Government of India in 1982 for the 9th Asian Games, this stadium has a capacity of 60,000 spectators. Apart from cricket and football, the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium has ...

  • Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium

    Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium

    One of Delhi’s most popular cricket stadiums, the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium is the country’s second oldest cricket grounds being constructed in 1883. Considered to be one of India’s best cricket grounds, the Feroz Shah Kotla has witnessed many interesting cricket matches and has recorded many momentous moments in Indians ...

  • Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range

    Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range

    Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range is a shooting range situated in South Delhi, near the popular Tuglaqabad Fort. Spread over an area of 72 acres the shooting range was constructed in 1982 for the 9th Asian Games and was renovated again for the 2010 Commonwealth Games.

    The shooting ...

  • Talkatora Indoor Stadium

    Talkatora Indoor Stadium

    The Talkatora Indoor Stadium is a popular stadium in New Delhi which has been host to many sports events, including the 2010 Commonwealth Games. The stadium has unique architecture and derives its name from a tal (tank) located to the west of the stadium and the katora (bowl) shaped natural ...

  • Classic Golf Resort

    Classic Golf Resort

    Located in Manesar, the Classic Golf Resort is a great place to spend a relaxing weekend, especially for golf lovers. The first Signature Championship Golf Course in South Asia, the Classic Golf Resort was designed by Jack Nicklaus and is spread over an area of 300 acres. The resort sits ...

  • Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium

    Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium

    The Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium, popularly known as the National Stadium is a field hockey stadium named after Indian hockey wizard Dhyan Chand. The stadium was constructed in 1933 and was opened in 1951 when it hosted the 1st Asian Games in the same year.

    The ...

  • R.K Khanna Tennis Complex

    R.K Khanna Tennis Complex

    The R.K Khanna Tennis Complex is a tennis stadium with a capacity of 5,015. The stadium was opened in 1982 and was later renovated in 2009. The stadium has been named after Raj Kumar Khanna, the former President of the All India Tennis Association. Khanna has also served as a ...

  • Indira Gandhi Sports Complex

    Indira Gandhi Sports Complex

    The Indira Gandhi Sports Complex is the largest indoor stadium in India and the third-largest in Asia. The stadium was constructed by the Government of India for the 1982 Asian Games The stadium is spread over an area of 102 acres and has been the venue of numerous sports tournaments ...

  • Thyagaraj Sports Complex

    Thyagaraj Sports Complex

    The Thyagaraj Sports Complex was opened in April 2010 especially as a venue for the 2010 Commonwealth Games. The stadium hosted the net ball event during the Commonwealth Games. Named after famous South-Indian music composer, Thyagaraj, this sports complex is spread over an area of 16.5 acres. The stadium has ...

  • Ambedkar Stadium

    Ambedkar Stadium

    The Ambedkar Stadium is a football stadium in Delhi and has been named after Dr.B.R Ambedkar, Chairman of the Indian Constituent Assembly. The stadium was opened in 2007 and can accommosate 20,000 spectators. The Ambedkar Stadium was the venue of the 2007 and 2009 Nehru Cup final. The stadium has ...

  • Charity Birds Hospital

    Charity Birds Hospital

    The Charity Birds Hospital in Delhi is a specialty hospital for birds in the city Located near the Jain Mandir in Old Delhi, this birds hospital was set up by N.C Jain, a former bank employee who started this hospital with help from family and friends. This is one of ...

  • Talkatora Gardens

    Talkatora Gardens

    Located on the Willingdon Cresent the Talkatora Gardens are one of the most beautiful gardens in Delhi. Built in accordance with the Mughal style of architecture, the gardens are complete with colourful flowers, beautiful water bodies and vast stretches of green. The gardens derive their name from a “tal” (tank) ...

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  • Connaught Place

    Connaught Place

    Located in the heart of Delhi, Connaught Place is one of the most important business and commercial centres of the city. Connaught Place and its iconic white pillars form a large circle in the centre of the city with seven streets diverging from it. This city centre is home to ...

  • Garden of Five Senses

    Garden of Five Senses

    The Garden of Five Senses is a large park which offers its visitors a chance to enjoy a variety of activities. Inaugurated in 2003, the park is spread over an area of 20 acres and was the brainchild of the Delhi Tourism Transportation Development Corporation. Upon entering the garden you ...

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  • Jantar Mantar

    Jantar Mantar

    Jantar Mantar is an observatory constructed by Maharaja Jai Singh of Jaipur in 1724. The essential purpose of the Jantar Mantar was to accumulate astronomical tables which in turn would help predict the time and movement of the celestial bodies such as the sun, moon and other planets.

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  • Adventure Island

    Adventure Island

    Adventure Island is an amusement park and is a great place for a day out for families. The park is spread over an area of 62 acres and contains 26 rides along with other attractions. Rides which can be found in Adventure Island are Side Winder, Sky Rides, Z-Force and ...

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  • Ishq-e-Delhi


    Ishq-e-Delhi is a sound and light show held at the Purana Qila (Old Fort) and is an audio-visual treat. The show traces the history of Delhi right from the time when Delhi was the ancient city of Indiraprastha, following its journey as the city was ruled by different dynasties such ...

  • Vishwa Shanti Stupa

    Vishwa Shanti Stupa

    The Vishwa Shanti Stupa, also known as the World Peace Pagoda is located in the heart of Delhi in the Indiraprastha Park. The aim of the Shanti Stupa is to create a place of peace and do encourage programs that promote peace and primarily non –violence across the world.

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  • Azad Hind Gram

    Azad Hind Gram

    Azad Hind Gram is essentially an area built especially for tourists by Delhi Tourism. Located on NH 10, within 2 kilometers of the Delhi-Haryana border the Azad Hind Gram has been dedicated to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and has been inspired by north Indian architectural styles.

    The Azad ...

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  • National Zoological Park

    National Zoological Park

    The National Zoological Park, earlier known as the Delhi zoo is essentially a fortified area which is home to around 1350 animals across 130 species of animals and birds from around the world. The zoo was inaugurated on 1st November 1956 and hoped to be a model for other zoos ...

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  • Art of Living Centre

    Art of Living Centre

    The Art of Living Centre is essentiality a movement involved in eradicating stress and serving humanity. This initiative is led by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar who believes that unless an individual is not stress free, world peace cannot be achieved.

    The Art of Living Programs helps people achieve ...

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  • Rang Mahal

    Rang Mahal

    The Rang Mahal, which means the Palace of Colour is a palace within the Red Fort where the Emperor’s wives and mistresses would live. The palace is topped with a golden plated dome and was adorned with intricate mirror work on the ceiling. Apart from that the ceiling was also ...

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  • India International Centre

    India International Centre

    The India International Centre is essentially a venue for various cultural and intellectual gatherings in Delhi. The centre is often regarded as a place where writer’s scientists, diplomats, intellectuals, thinkers and key decision makers of India gather to share their ideas and experiences with others.

    The India International ...

  • Fun N Food Village

    Fun N Food Village

    Fun N Food Village is an amusement and water park where you can enjoy various rides and water sports. This amusement park is a great place to enjoy yourself with your friends and family while enjoying thrilling rides. ...

    Theme Park For Kids
  • Kingdom of Dreams

    Kingdom of Dreams

    The Kingdom of Dreams is India’s flagship live entertainment hub. Located in Gurgaon, Haryana, KOD as it is popularly called is spread over 6 acres and offers visitors numerous entertainment options. Right from live theatre to food to shopping, Kingdom of Dreams has it all.

    Two of the ...

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