Palace covered :- Qutab Minar, Lotus Temple, Red Fort, Shantivan, Veer bhumi, Rajghat, India Gate, Birla Temple, Indira Gandhi Memorial. & Teen Murti (Nehru Museum)
Qutab-Minar:- Qutab-Minar stands high as evidence to the architectural excellence of the Mughals is also one of the tallest minarets in India. It proclaims the victories of the Mughals over the Hindu Kingdoms. The 72.5m high Qutab Minar is a must to visit the monument in south Delhi.
Lotus Temple: - Lotus temple, associated with the Bahai faith is located in south Delhi. People of all sects come here to meditate. This spectacular structure which symbolizes peace was constructed in recent times.
Red Fort: - In the year 1639 Shajahan built this “lal quila” in the then shajahanabad. It is known for its fortification and wonderful architectural planning.
Rajghat: - Father of our Nation, Mahatma Gandhiji’s memorial is at Rajghat. This great soul rests in peace on the banks of River Yamuna.
India Gate: - India Gate was initially called as “All India War Memorial” and it was built to commemorate the martyrs of the First World War. This monument was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens .
Parliament House: - Our Parliament houses both the Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha. It is a Colonnade structure.
Rashtrapati Bhawan:- It is the residence of the first citizen of our country, our President since independence. Originally it was the official residence of the British Viceroy.
Jama Masjid: - On the busiest roads of Old Delhi lays one of the biggest Masjids in India, the “Jumma Masjid”. It is a yet another architectural beauty constructed in 1650 A.D by Shahjahan.
Monument Entry fee
Most visitors to India land either in Delhi or Mumbai (Bombay). And it is from these cities that they glean their first impressions; and in these cities that they learn the ropes of travel in India, Low-built Delhi sprawls, and encompasses many fascinating areas from Raj-era Connaught Place, the commercial centre, to the crammed markets of Old Delhi; and from funky enclave Hauz Khas to the elegant bungalows of New Delhi. There are many places to stay, and many neighbourhoods to explore, but somehow most tourists end up in Pahar Ganj (the seedy traveller’s ghetto near the New Delhi Train Station), Karol Bagh or Connaught place (known locally as CP).