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Gone are those days when Delhi was known as the capital of India. It is now known as one of the most tourists’ destinations of the world as well. The city proudly extends blends of tourist attractions and amusement parks. From ancient shrines to many historical buildings and mosques, the city presents itself as an ideal tourist place.

Other attractions of Delhi include the rock climbing at Adventure Park in Lado Sarai. In addition, you will also enjoy polo matches, hot air balloon rides, and several exhibitions and concerts held at Pragati Maidan of the city.


From April to the month of June, Delhi has summer season with the temperature around 40 degrees Celsius. The temperature may fluctuate depending upon the temperament of weather. From early July to September last, the capital experiences season of monsoon. From November to the month of February, there is winter in the city.

Places to Visit

Lotus Temple
Enjoy the pristine beauty of the temple that represents sheerness and sanctity of all religions. The temple was constructed in 1986 and now is the perfect place of devotees from different religions to pray their Almighty silently. The lotus temple is a must see sites for all the tourists visiting Delhi.

Jama Masjid
This is the biggest mosque of India. It was built by Shahajahan in 1658. The mosque is in close proximity with Red Fort in old Delhi. The mosque brilliantly accommodates more than 20,000 devotees at one go. The domes, minarets and towers lend more gravity to beautify the mosque.

Birla Mandir
This temple was constructed by the Indian industrialist Raja Baldev Das Birla in 1938. Later, the temple was inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Vishnu. That’s why the temple is nick-named as Lakshmi Narayan Temple. This is located at the central Delhi.

Nizam-ud-din Shrine
The shrine is a tomb of famous Sufi saint Nizam-ud-din Auliya. The shrine also houses tombs and grave of Amir Khusro and Jahanmara.

Iskcon Temple
This beautiful temple is dedicated to the Lord Krishna. It was built in 1998 on the hilly place.

Other Attractions

Red Fort
Constructed in the 17th century by Mughal Emperor Shahajahan, the Red fort is located on the bank of Yamuna River. The tourist will see the light and sound emanating from the fort in every evening.

Purana Quila
Established by Humayun in 1538, the Quila is one of the best sightseeing attractions for the tourists. The tourist can visit the quila from 6 am to 6 pm. They can get ticket from Delhi Tourism office.

Kutab Minar
This is the highest stone tower of India built by Qutubddin Aibak in 1192. You can visit this Minar between 6 am to 6 pm.

India Gate
This is a monument established to commemorate the death of 90,000 soldiers died in the World War I.

How to reach Delhi

By Air
The city is richly connected with national & international airports.

By Rail
The Indian Railways connect Delhi to almost every state and place of the nation. The nearest railway station is at New Delhi and Old Delhi. Now, Delhi has Metro connectivity and most of the places are connected with metro service thus making your trip to Delhi a comfortable one.

By Road
The city is widely connected with most of the states and NCR areas through the roadways. You can catch Inter State Bus Terminal (ISBT) from Kashmiri Gate, Sarai Kale Khan and Anand Vihar to access the city.

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