Delhi is the capital of India, and is one of the cities that embody the history of India since ancient times, and there are many temples, shrines and castles, such as the majestic red castle, and spread all the government buildings, embassies, resorts, cafes and hotels that provide distinctive tourism services.
Red Fort or Lal Qila is located in the old walled city of Delhi, one of the tourist spots in New Delhi and a symbol of tourism symbols in ancient India.It was built in the 17th century and was started by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in 1638 and completed in 1648.
It was the capital of the Mongols until the end of the reign of the Mongol emperor Bhadur Shah Zafar in 1857 when he was exiled by the British government of India. British troops used the Red Fort as an army camp until British troops left India in 1947. Now, the citadel is a popular tourist destination, with a magnificent design and boundless creativity designed on Islamic architecture.
It has a height of up to 33 meters above sea level. It has been built for about eight years. Inside this fortress, this fortress contains a number of buildings, including the Muti Mosque, the palaces of Sultan Akbar and Sultan Shah Jihan. Its main entrance is located on the north side via Delhi Gate.
One of New Delhi’s most important historical landmarks, the tallest lighthouse in India is housed within a complex of several historic buildings. The Minar pole was listed by UNESCO in the World Heritage List.
The monument is the first of its kind in India and was built in 1570 and inspired by the famous Taj Mahal in India, is one of the most important tourist attractions in Delhi.
Shaped like a lotus bud with 27 petals, this stunning temple suspended above milky-blue ponds is surely one of the most magnificent monuments ever made from concrete, however there is very little to see inside. The lush park around is well landscaped but mostly off-limits, free entry. Open Tue-Sun, 1st April to 30th September 9AM-7: PM, 1 Oct-31 Mar 9:30AM-5:30PM.
Swaminarayan Akshardham is the largest Hindu temple in New Delhi that was completed in November 2005.What distinguish the temple building is the pink sandstone and the Italian Carrara marble used in its construction. It does not depend on its construction on steel or concrete.
It was included in the Guinness Book of World Records as the largest Hindu temple in the world in years. The temple is one of the best tourist spots in India to learn about traditional Indian culture.
The most important attraction of visitors and tourists to this complex is the fame of the central hall, which is about 110 meters long and 96 meters wide, about twenty thousand statues and sculptures of the ancient gods they worship and some animals, and the most important saints and their clergy and the most famous local figures throughout history in India are grouped on the walls of this hall Prominent surrounded by interesting engravings and decorative motifs.
Lodi Gardens Delhi is one of the most famous and famous Delhi gardens, with an area of about 90 hectares of rare plants, perennials and fruit trees.
It is intended for locals and tourists as one of the most important tourist attractions in India, New Delhi, where there is the tomb of Muhammad Shah Iskandar Lodi, and architectural works dating back to the fifteenth century AD.
The building dates back to the 15th and 16th centuries, between the Khan market and the Safdarjung tomb, which was opened in 1936 and named after Ibrahim Lodi, whose father’s tomb was built in 1517.
The gardens of Lodi include the masterpieces of the Hindu and Islamic civilizations, and include the tombs of the rulers of Sayyad and Lodi. They feature an excellent Indian harmony between the medium-sized shrines belonging to the rulers of Sayyad, Lodi and other monuments.