The Red fort, designed and built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan will be the first attraction located in Old Delhi. The building is constructed with red stone, so is called as red fort. The majestic fort, is credited as heritage conserve and now every year we Indians celebrate our independence day with flag hoisting.
Near to Red Fort is another destination Jama Masjid, the sacred place of Muslim community. The masjid is the largest mosque and quite old.
the another spectacular destination in the Lotus Temple. It is a peaceful place, having a hall, and the architect as a Lotus flower. The overview of the temple looks like a lotus is in the middle of the pond, and the petals are opening for a flower to grow.
the another attraction, not too old, but not grand new is the Birla Temple. Witnessing, this temple, you will open your mouth in a gasp gesture, because it’s a golden color majestic building situated on the bank of Yamuna.
the Raj Ghat is the sacred place of India, here people come and sit silent for a while, as a tribute to the great Mahatama Gandhi.
designed and constructed to show the respect for the Indian soldiers participating in World war I, the India Gate is the heart of Delhi and a picnic spot.
very close to India Gate, is the President house, which is another example of Sir Edwin Lutyens design. It is a place, where the respected President of our country reside during his working time period.
adjacent to President house is the Parliament house, which is a respected place for our Indian constituency.
the tallest minaret, Qutub Minar, is the next sight seeing. The qutub Minar is the example of Mughal and Hindu architect, and every floor is the victory sign of different king who ruled over Delhi.
Teen Murti Bhawan-
the Teen Murti Bhawan, was the residence of our very respected first prime minister of Independent India, Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru.