If you are visiting the heart of India, Delhi, for the first time, there are chances of witnessing the city’s architectural heritage out of the window of a plane or train. Strange but true, however the rugged outline of Tughlakabad Fort, which came into existence in 1320-1324, can be witnessed from the air. Well there are other fascinating parts as well, for example, the Firoz Shah’s Madrasa at Hauz Khas. No, the story does not end here; there is Qutub Minar on the charts too.
If by any chance you are travelling by train from the south, the 16th century Humayun’s Tomb is there to enthrall you. In case, you are entering from the eastern side, Shah Jahan’s 17th-century Red Fort awaits you with its zeal.
With wonderful colonial complex of the Rashtrapati Bhavan and North and South blocks, you can always get enthralled by the India Gate laying on the eastern sinde.
Now, don’t think that there are not any other marvels in this glorious city. Rock-carved edicts of the great Ashoka that includes the Purana Qila and several other buildings from the 13th century are there to enthrall, even the keenest travelers.
If you get a chance to be there at old village of Mehrauli, there are chances that you could witness a wide range of monuments surviving from every subsequent century.
Delhi is immensely rich in terms of travel. Wherever you go, Delhi exposes you to its charming beauty.
Delhi has emerged as one of the best cities of the world in terms of travel. Moreover, with the Common Wealth Games in the offing, without a tad of doubt, the city has turned as the major hub when it comes to exquisite travel.
There is no dearth of places in terms of fascinating tourist spots such as Firoz Shah Tughlak, Teen Murti, the Ashokan pillar edicts, and more.