Delhi .Agra. jaipur Golden tour , 5 days


 Delhi- the city simmering with life and vitality offers an unusual fusion of historical and modern ages. One" width="180"/>can see countless monuments depicting glorious past the city witnessed once. India Gate, Qutub Minar, Old Fort, Red Fort and Jantar Mantar are few of the most famous historical places, worth a visit. The lifestyle and modern culture of Delhi can be viewed in many of its parks, shopping centers, museums and amusement parks. 

Qutab Minar :

 Qutub Minar is the tallest brick minaret in the world, and an important example" width="120"/> of Indo-Islamic Architecture. The tower is in the Qutb complex at Mehrauli in South Delhi, India. The Qutub Minar and its monuments are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.The Qutub Minar is 72.5 meters high (237.8 ft) with 399 steps leading to the top. The tower is now unfortunately once again closed to visitors. This is because in 1998 25 children were crushed inside the tower when an electrical failure inside the tower caused a stampede.[1] Prior to that the tower was also a popular place to commit suicide by jumping.The diameter of the base is 14.3 meters wide while the top floor measures 2.75 meters in diameter. 

Red Fort :

 The Red Fort and the city of Shahjahanabad was constructed by the Emperor Shah Jahan in 1639 A.D. The layout of the Red Fort was organized to retain and integrate this site with the Salimgarh Fort. The fortress palace is an important focal point of the medieval city of Shahjahanabad. The planning and aesthetics of the Red Fort represent the zenith of Mughal creativity which prevailed during the reign of Emperor Shahjahan. 

National Rail Museum :

The National Rail Museum is a museum in Chanakyapuri, New Delhi which focuses on the rail heritage of India it opened on the Ist of February, 1977. It is located in over 10 acres of land with both indoor and outdoor exhibits. A toy train offers rides around its site on regular days. 

Lodhi Garden :

Lodhi Gardens is a park in Delhi, India. It contains architectural works of the Lodhis, a pashtun Muslim dynasty which ruled much of Northern India during the 16th century. The gardens are situated between Khan Market and Safdarjung’s Tomb on Lodhi Road.Lodhi Gardens was originally a village surrounding monuments surviving from the Sayyid and Lodhi dynasties, but the villagers were relocated in 1936 in order to create the gardens. As there is little architecture from these two periods remaining in India, Lodhi Gardens is an important place of preservation. 

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