Delhi, the capital of India has a mesmerizing charm in its own which is felt right at the moment you land over there. The city with its enriched history oriented Old part has a wonderful harmony with the most modernized & well planned New Delhi. So, in a word, it is a combination of modernism closely knitted with the year-old heritage of the subcontinent. This city, with all its hustle & bustles & crowded traffics, would bring in the colorful abundance of life & its joy to your life.
Places to visit on your sightseeing itinerary
While planning for a daylong Delhi sightseeing tour, you should never miss a detailed communication with the most popular travel coordinators like Sushant Travels that has the stipulated, customer friendly tour plans of various costs for travelers from all the strata of the society from all around the world. They also organize customized tour plans as per the individual requirement of their guests, so that you can enjoy your visit as per your own convenience at your own time. This is how; a prior discussion with the best travel coordinators would help you experience a memorable trip of your life. The places you should never miss visiting on your first visit to Delhi are:
The 72.5 meters tall monument beholds the history of captivation of the Hindu dynasty by the Mughals. The minar is one of the oldest & the tallest minaret of India which is at the same time is a great embodiment of the Mughal architecture & a must visit during your Delhi sightseeing tour.
A comparatively new yet marvelous architecture portraying peace is a temple built of Bahai beliefs & is a place for meditation for one & all. The enormous architecture amidst the greeneries of a beautifully maintained garden is a real place to connect to the Ethereal.
The most famous Fort or Quila made of red bricks was built by the emperor Shahjahan. Till today the fort is famous for its well-planned architecture.
The final abode of the great soul, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi; who is known as the Father of the Nation in India, is meant at this auspicious place beside the banks of river Yamuna.
This beautifully constructed monument was initially known as the All India War Memorial to commemorate the martyrs of the World War I. This monument in the British ruled India, was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens.
Both the parliament houses of India; Rajya Sabha & Lok Sabha are situated in the colonnade structured Parliament House.
This palatial building too was built during the British Emperor in India for the purpose of the official residence of the British Viceroy, which has been used as the residence of the first citizen, the President of India since 1947, the year of Indian independence.
To carry the memories
Delhi, with all its beautiful minarets & historical monuments, would ensure to make your trip more enjoyable with several mouthwatering local savories & variety of shopping exposures. A colorful city would add its sparks & gleams to your life through your trip, making it the most memorable one for you.