10 Heritage Sites To Visit In Delhi

  1. India Gate


It’s a memorial built in honor of Indian soldiers who died during world war & Afghan war. Names of those soldiers are engraved on the wall. There is vast green area/lawns around India gate where people love to visit especially during weekends.


  1. Parliament Of India


Sansad Bhavan also known as Parliament Of India is a circular building made by British architect Sir Herbert Baker in 1912–1913.


  1. Rashtrapati Bhavan


This building reflects a mix of European & Mughal architecture. It was originally built for Governor General Of India, now its President Palace Of India.


  1. Red Fort


Red Fort “Lal Quila” was built by Shahajahan when he decided to move his capital from Agra to Delhi. Its made of Red Sandstone and it has seen large scale demolition during British rule and occupation, Its main structure has remained intact. Every year on Independence Day Prime Minister Of India Hoists Flag there.

  1. Qutub Minar


Qutub Minar was built by Qutub-Ud-Din Aibak who took possession on Delhi in 1206. It’s a 72.5 meters high red sandstone tower. It symbolized domination of Muslims of Delhi. It has 380 steps and a tapered shape.

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