Tourist Places In Delhi Part 2

Anisha Yadav
Nov 23, 2019   •  34 views

6) India Gate 


India gate is a national war memorial to 70,000 Indian soldiers who lost their lives during the First world war, from 1914-21 and the second Anglo- Afghan war. The gate has all their names inscribed on it along with 13,300 servicemen's names , some of them were from United Kingdom. India Gate is located at Rajpath. It also has an Amar Jawan Jyoti, in the Memorial of the unknown soldiers who lost their lives in the wars after 1971. One must visit India Gate, it would be great to see how much our soldiers have contributed to our country.

7) Rashtrapati Bhavan or The Viceroys House 


It is the official home to the president of India. It has 340 rooms including the main residence, reception hall, guest room and offices, this is also called the Mansion. There are Mughal Gardens too which incorporate the look of Mughals and English. These are open to visitors during February. Rashtrapati Bhavan has opened a Museum for visitors to give them knowledge of the past of India.

8) National Museum New Delhi


This is one of the largest Museums in India. The Museum has 200,000 works of art of both Indian and foreign origin. It covers Indian life of around 500 years. So this should be top priority of people who want to see the history of India.

9) Garden of Five Senses, New Delhi


When you are tired of walking and just want to spend a few hours in the lap of nature, the Senses garden is just best for you. It has a lot of flowers,herb, water lilies and many more flowers and herbs, bamboo trees and solar energy park. The park covers a land of twenty acres and is located in Saidul Ajaib village opposite to Saket near Mehrauli heritage village.

10) Mehrauli Archaeological Park 


This is an archaeological site with lots things to see. It is in the Mehrauli Delhi, just next to Qutub Minar. It has 100 archeological sites to see and great for photography. The site is spread in a 200 acre land. It has the relics of Khalji Dynasty, Lodhi Dynasty, Mughal Empire and the British Raj. This place would consume around 2-3 hours but, make sure you are in a group when you travel, because the land is too vast.