When it comes to visit Delhi, there are very common places which emerges in our mind like India Gate, Qutub Minar, Red Fort etc. But we are going to cite some place will make you speechless. The winter season has gone started and if you are looking to go out of door but don’t want to go out of Delhi Then check out this blog which is exploring outstanding places. Make your plan and go for visit.
- Humayun’s Tomb- This historical tomb was built in the year 1570 and it was built by Queen Haji Begum, widow of Humayun. The architecture of Humany’s Tomb will take you another world as the glimpse of Persian architecture can be seen clearly. It is open on all days for visits, so there is no need to go on special day. If you wish to jazz up your visit to his Tomb then you should make your trip inthe late afternoon. This tomb resembles Taj Mahal, sine it has been made after taking inspiration from TAj Mahal. Humaýun Tomb is also widely known since it was the first of this type of Mughal architecture to be built in India. It’s built among the beautifulgarden. The nearest railway station is Nizamuddin train station. And Entry Cost is INR 250 for Foreigners and 10 rupees. For
- Bijay Madal Category: This monument is Located on Sansad Marg in Connaught Place. Bijay Manda was constructed in 1725 by Raja Jai Singh. You must go to check out this if wish to experiencesomething unique and outstanding.
- Lodi Gardens- It was built in 1936 by British. It covers I 90-acre Garden. People come here to get relaxed, walk and jog. If you have not visited then must make your trip to this place.
- Rashtrapati Bhawan:- It’s quite famous not in India but all around the world. It’s located in Delhi. Presently, the Rashtrapati Bhawan is house of the President of India. It’s known for its outstanding architecture which as was designed by Edwin Lutyens. The construction of this building was started in 1911 and it took 19 years to get accomplished. It’s surroundedby a beautiful Mughal garden towards the west of Rashtrapati Bhawan. To visiten Rashtrapati Bhawan and Mughal Gardens, you have to pay a nominal registration fee of Rs.25.
- Lal Kot :- This fort located in south Delhi and erected by Anangpal and it’s also known as Qila-I-Rai Pithora. It has a total number of seven gates and the prominent are Ghazni, Sohan Fateh and Ranjit. They are listed as heritage monuments by the INTACH.It remains open for all day, so you can plan anytime to go there. And the entry fees is nil. And the Nearest Metro Station is Central Secretariat.
So, what are you waiting for? Winter season has approached, you must go for to visit all the above mentioned and find quality time with your friends. You can visit all above mentioned in one day if make a strict plan. Have a happy journey.