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Humyun Tomb

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extraHamida Banu Begum, 'Maryam Makani' was a wife of the second Mughal Emperor, Humayun, and the mother of Mughal Emperor, Akbar. She built Humayun's mausoleum by a mix of Persian and Hindustani artisans. She built this tomb in remembrance of her beloved.
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metroStationJawahar Lal Nehru Stadium
openTime6:00AM

India Gate

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commentBest for morning walks ,Late night picnics
extraThe famous monument reaches a height of 42 m and has the names of those Indian soldiers inscribed on its walls, who gave up their lives in the Afghan Wars and World War I. the building is flanked by numerous important roads of the city of Delhi. It houses the famous Amar Jawan Jyoti, the flame which stays alight 24X7, in the memory of the martyrs of the 1971 Indo Pak War.
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metroStationCentral Secretariat
openTime5:30AM

Jantar Mantar

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commentSecondary to Jaipur Jantar Mantar
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fareIndians15
metroStationRajiv Chowk,Patel Chowk
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Lodi Tomb

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commentless corwded best way to spend early morning or late evening
extraThe second octagonal tomb in Lodhi Garden is built over the grave of Sikandar Lodhi. This 16th century ruler of the Afghan Lodi dynasty was handsome and brave, but also ruthless and bigoted. That personality is reflected in the tomb. While blue tiles deck the chhatris and battlements, its outer wall spreads out into the grassy expanse in fort-like ramparts. Commissioned by Sikandar’s son Ibrahim, it is India’s earliest surviving enclosed garden tomb (1517).
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metroStationJawahar Lal Nehru Stadium
openTime9:00AM

Parliament House

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commentIt is outside the parliamnet, just after crossing the road
extraThe shape is circular, which is based on the Ashoka Chakra. Separate halls were constructed for the sessions of the Chamber of Princes, the State Council, and the Central Legislative Assembly. Members of parliament The building is surrounded by large gardens and the perimeter is fenced off by sandstone railings (jali) modeled after the Great Stupa of Sanchi.
fareForeignersonly can see from outside, museum can be accessed
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metroStationCentral Secretariat,Patel Chowk
openTime10:00AM

Purana Qila

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extraWhen Edwin Lutyens designed the new capital of British India, New Delhi, in the 1920s, he aligned the central vista, now Rajpath, with Purana Qila. [4]  During the Partition of India, in August 1947 the Purana Qila along with the neighbouring Humayun's Tomb, became the site for refuge camps for Muslims migrating to newly founded Pakistan. This included over 12,000 government employees who had opted for service in Pakistan, and between 150,000–200,000 Muslim refugees, [5]  who swarmed inside Purana Qila by September 1947, when Indian government took over the management of the two camps. The Purana Qila camp remained functional till early 1948, as the trains to Pakistan waited till October 1947 to start.
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metroStationIndraparshtha,Race Course
openTime7:00AM

Qutub Minar

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extraThe iron pillar in the Qutub Minar complex has not rusted after some 2000 years Parts of the Qutub Minar complex have been built out of Hindu temples which can be seen clearly in the Quwwat-ul-Islam Masjid The Qutub Minar has been damaged by lightening twice in 1326 and 1368 Qutub Minar has a Decorative Light Show every evening from 6:30 to 8pm as well as the Qutub Minar Festival in October/November
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metroStationQutab Minar(yellow line)
openTime6:00AM

Rashtrapati Bhawan

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commentcarry original passport, have to submit a copy at the time of filling the form,online remain full needs to fill the form befroe hand, for dec all the dates are full
extraThe Mughal Gardens are perhaps the most visited part of the estate, spectacular in Spring. Laid out along the lines of the gardens in Kashmir and Agra, the Mughal gardens are known for their large varieties of flowers, especially the beautiful tulips, humongous dahlias, giant roses in so many colours - including green, grand lilies and the rare but stunning Iris. But the most mesmerising sight of them was the Circular Garden, with its terraced bowl flower beds, each blooming with a different variety and burst of colour
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metroStationCentral Secreteriat
openTime10:00AM

Red Fort (Lal Qila)

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extraThe Kohinoor diamond was part of the furniture The Kohinoor diamond was actually part of Shah Jahan's throne. Made of solid gold and studded with precious stones, the extravagant royal seat stood in Diwan- i-Khas (the hall of private audience), flaunting the world's largest diamond.
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metroStationChandani Chowk
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Safdarjung Tomb

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commenta copy of taj mahal
extraYou need to visit the tomb during the daytime so that you can thoroughly enjoy the outstanding beauty and architectural glory of the tomb. The enclosed garden has got amazing decorations as it is being equipped with elaborated plaster carvings. You can now get a great ambience around this tomb and thus you can thoroughly enjoy the natural beauties with your family. If you are planning to choose any historical place for excursion, then this tomb is the best option. You can take pictures of this monument very closely so that you can preserve them as memories.
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metroStationJor Bagh
openTime7:00AM

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