Do you think that you love to explore new places? How many times have you visited the capital of India? Of course, you may be going to all those beaches, hill stations, or similar places for your holidays. But what about the capital? It is true that Delhi is a busy city but that does not mean it has no spots for you to explore and relish.
Once you are in Delhi, just book a hotel like Le Meridien Delhi and ensure that you have a good place to stay at. Then start your expedition and you would be excited to find endless options in tourist attractions. After all, Delhi is full of options for you to explore and admire and relish.
Mehrauli Archaeological Park
This is a lovely park that is popularly known by the name of Jamali Kamali. The park is distinct in the sense that it is spotted with shells from early medieval eras to 19th century. The main attraction of this place are the stepwell; massive mosque and tomb of Jamali and of course that of a British official’s residence. It is usually open for tourists throughout the months and seasons. You can easily have a great time at this place.
Gurudwara Bangla Sahib
It is right to say that Gurudwaras are one of the loveliest elements of Delhi. In Gurudwara Bangla Sahib all the folks who visit there can spend tranquil mornings while listening to the lovely tunes of harmonious raagis who sing, recite, and even interpret the Guru Granth Sahib. It is a massive Gurudwara that is situated in the middle of Connaught Place. The gurdwara is surrounded by refreshing and uplifting waters of a pool. Tourists visit this famous and adored shrine in a massive number and spend a lot of time at this peaceful and spiritual realm. You would love it once you are therein.
Qutubuddin Aibak received the seat of Delhi in the year 1206 and formed the foremost Mughal rule in India. He constructed the well-known Qutub Minar at a splendid height of seventy three meters, crated with lovely red sandstone. The magnificent art of carvings of this stunning monument attracts everyone at this historic spot. It is located at Mehrauli in south New Delhi. Once you are in this area of this Minar, you certainly would feel proud of yourself.
Janter manter: A Dynamic place
Have you ever come across or have been to Janter manter? It is one of the most wonderful architecture of Indian masterpiece. Maharaja Jai Singh II, who was from the place of Jaipur, built it in the year 1712 A. D. The area is a splendid structure that includes 14 geometric devices that are often put for use for calculating time, foretelling behaviour of platens or foreseeing weather changes. All the items here are totally fixed and are pointing to some particular type of direction. It would definitely be a true pleasure to visit this unique , interesting, and pleasant place.
The Akshardham Temple is a pleasant structure and it is one of the famous attractions of Delhi. The temple has past of ten thousand years of culture and heritage of the country India. A massive influence of India can be seen in its splendour, appearance, structure, and environment. It elegantly and dazzlingly displays all the spirit of amazing antique architecture of India. You can easily experience the traditions and wonderful eternal spiritual forms. The experience of Akshardham temple is clearly going to be an informative journey through amazing and magnificent art of India. You would definitely get to expand your spiritual skyline through a single visit to this lovely and gorgeous temple.
A Spree of Museums
In case you are interested in visiting different types of museums then too you have options scattered on the plate of Delhi. You can easily visit the National Rail Museum and others museums in the realm of this city. In case you are fond of railways and even the concept of trains then a single visit to the National Rail Museum is definitely a must. It is home to diverse kinds of engines and trains that were in use decades ago. You would definitely get to gather a rich experience at this place.
It is the last garden tomb that you would get to find in Delhi. This tomb is the vault of Safdarjung. It was formed up nearly between the years 1753 and 1754 by son of great Safdarjung Shuja-ud-Daula. The wonderful Safdarjung tomb encompasses diverse tiny canopies like that of Badsha Pasand, the Moti Mahal and also Jangli Mahal amidst different others. This complex of the Humayun’s Tomb also has a Madrasa and a huge library that is taken care of by the archaeological survey of India.
It might attract you that the tomb was constructed in the middle of the Charbagh style gardens that is a well-known architectural style in Mughal constructions. The Safdarjung’s Tomb is greatly ornamented with ponds and fountains. The spot is crafted out of stunning red sandstone coupled with a white marble dome. The Tomb is formed up of an elevated platform having a gate for ease and spacious walkways on its other three sides. This place would definitely get you a rich experience.
If you count yourself amidst people who love to shop then this is a place that is going to delight you for sure. Sarojini Nagar is one of the most popular and loved market in Delhi to purchase fabrics and clothes at great affordable and cheap rates. Apart from a huge number of wide estimated showrooms for diverse brands, the root of the business sector is surrounded by road side shops that offers clothing of all designs, sizes and even that of shades. You can easily come across exciting stalls, shops and even stores vending wide spread range of items.
It is surely a fabulous reminder of the great Mughal era. Red Fort is standing with pride and firm and strong as one of the most famous historical places in Delhi. The walls of this stunning looking monument were lengthened in the sixteenth century to save it from the attackers. You are definitely going to be enchanted by its stunning designs and pleasing aura. This spot is located opposite to Chandni Chowk in Old Delhi.
To sum up, do your booking in Le Meridien Delhi and ensure that you are all set to explore amazing spots of Delhi.