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  • One of the major reasons for tourists to visit India is because of the huge number of historical places in Delhi. Delhi bears testimony of time as it has seen the rise and fall of several Empires before the gallant citizens fought it to call this country their own.

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    The remnant past of the rulers and their regime is buried in the form of several historical monuments and structures creating a retrospect of their culture, religion and way of life. The India Gate, Lal Quila, Qutub Minar, Jama Masjid and the Akshardham Temple are a few historical monuments in Delhi to name a few out of the numerous sites in the region.

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    The history of some dynasty has shaped the people and environment of modern Delhi in numerous ways. The jaw-dropping experience of watching a few popular historical sites helps us to be cognizant of the intellect, skillset and farsightedness of the erstwhile artisans, architects, planners and rulers.

    Here are some of the historical places in Delhi:

  • 01India Gate

    India Gate

    India Gate is a war memorial on Janpath built in the memory of the 70,000 soldiers of the British Indian Army who laid their lives in World War 1. A structure in black marble plinth with a reversed rifle capped by a war helmet bounded by four eternal flames beneath the towering Memorial archway is the Amar Jawan Jyoti. It is the best place to enjoy with friends in Delhi and to click some good pictures.

    The flame of the immortal warrior has been burning since 1971 and is customary for the President or the Prime Minister to pay homage at the shrine on every state ceremony. Weekends attract a lot of locals and tourists as they find an opportunity of indulging in quite a large list of things to do in Delhi. India Gate nowadays is the favourite hangout place for Delhities!

    Location:
    Near Rajpath.

    Timings:
    All the time.

    Entry fees:
    Free.

  • 02Red Fort

    Red Fort

    One of the most relevant historical places in Delhi, the Red Fort constructed with vibrant red sandstone was built by Shahjahan and was the political centre. The Mughals called it their home for some 200 odd years.

    The Prime Minister hoists the Tricolour and addresses the nation from the main gate of Red Fort on Independence Day every year. The fort houses a museum, garden, imperial apartments and a public hall
    each narrating history of an era bygone.

    Location:
    Netaji Subhash Road, Chandni Chowk.    

    Timings:
    All days except Monday from 9.30 am – 4.30pm.

    Entry fees:
    Rs. 35/- for Indian, Rs. 500/- for foreigners.

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  • 03Qutub Minar

    Qutub Minar

    The tallest minar of India, Qutub Minar is a UNESCO world heritage site made out of strikingly red sandstone and marble.

    The minar is enveloped with other equally relevant ancient and medieval structures built during the Mughal era. The 73 metre, a five-storied tapering tower has a spiral staircase of 379 steps till the tip of the minar. Delhi infolds a number of historical places.

    Location:
    Mehrauli near Chattarpur temple complex, Qutub Minar and Saket are the nearest metro station.

    Timings:
    7.00am – 5.00pm all days.

    Entry fees:  
    Rs.30/- for Indians and Rs.500/- for foreigners.

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  • 04Hauz Khas Fort

    Hauz Khas Fort

    Hauz Khas Fort was built by Alauddin Khilji in 1284 to provide unlimited water supply to Siri Fort. A vast reservoir greets you at the entry leading you to the deer park which is lush green and serene taking your senses to a tranquil state.

    The light and sound show in the evening further beautifies the glory of the Fort and attracts tourists in manifolds. Other than the Fort, the Hauz Khas complex comprises of the Islamic seminary, Water tank, Mosque and a tomb. If you don't want to miss amazing tourist attractions on your trip then you should definitely book Delhi tour packages.

    Location:
    Hauz Khas village, Deer Park.

    Timings:
    10.30am – 7.00pm except Sundays.

    Entry fees:
    Free.

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  • 05Humayun’s Tomb

    Humayun’s Tomb

    This bewitching architectural wonder is one of the best preserved Mughal Monument. Hamida Banu built this mausoleum in memory of her deceased husband, emperor Humayun in 1572.

    Influenced by both Persian and Indian architecture, it has gardens with flowing water and walkways resembling the paradise garden as described in the Quran. The two storied building is made of red sandstone while the tomb is of yellow and black marble.

    Location: Mathura Road, opposite Dargah Nizamuddin.

    Timings: Sunrise to sunset all days.

    Entry fees: Rs.30/- for Indians, Rs.500/- for foreigners.

  • 06Rashtrapati Bhawan

    Rashtrapati Bhawan

    The official residence of the President of India on Rajpath is an iconic monument which is visited by every tourist travelling to India. This 320-acre property has a mansion with 340 rooms, Mughal gardens, residences of staff and stables.

    The largest residence of any head of a country in the world is counted as one of the historical Places in Delhi which was built by the British Architect Sir Edwin Lutyens for the Viceroy’. The ceremonial grandeur of this monument has inspired many architects worldwide.

    Location: Rajpath near Gate no. 2.

    Timings: 9.00am – 4.00pm, Thursday to Sunday.

    Entry fees: Rs.50/- per visitor.

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  • 07Jantar Mantar

    Jantar Mantar

    This observatory is a historical monument in Delhi which is not only of interest to children, but adults too are intrigued by the ancient astronomical instruments built by Maharaja Jai Singh of Jaipur. You should visit Jantar Mantar during winters as it is the best time to visit Delhi and to explore great monuments and landmarks. 

    This heritage site was built in 1724 using brick, limestone and plaster to help understand and improve the study of time and space. Out of the 13 astronomical instruments, the Ram Yantra, Jayprakash Yantra, Samrat Yantra and Misra yantra are the crowd pullers.

    Location: Parliament Street, Connaught place

    Timings: sunrise to sunset, all days.

    Entry fees: Rs.5/- for Indians and Rs.100/- for foreigners.

  • 08Akshardham Temple

    Akshardham Temple

    Inspired by Yogi Ji Maharaj and created by Pramukh Swami Maharaj, the Swaminarayan Akshardham temple display an array of the spiritual and cultural aspect of Hinduism. The 10 gates denote the ten principle direction as per Indian mythology.

    The complex features three exhibitions, namely the Sahajanand Darshan, Neelkanth Darshan and Sanskruti Darshan along with Sahaj Anand water show, Abhisheka Mandap and a theme garden. The Mandovar houses 4287 carved stones and has 48 idols of Ganesh and 200 sculpted figures of Rishi, Muni, Sadhu and devotees. Explore this enigmatic site and create a lifetime of memories. You can also explore amazing places to visit near Delhi within 100 kms as Delhi attracts a lot of tourist for its vibrant beauty and culture. 

    Location:
    Akshardham Setu on NH 24.

    Timings: 9.30am – 6.30pm except for Mondays.

    Entry fees: Rs. 170/-

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  • 09Lotus Temple

    Lotus Temple

    The Bahai House of Worship is a simple and serene structure in white marble resembling a flower. The building consists of 27 marble clad petal shaped structure at 3 levels with 9 sides.

    The 9 doors lead to the central hall which can accommodate 2500 people from any religious background to worship or meditate in peace. The pristine white interior adds on to pure and tranquil existence. The Lotus Temples has claimed several accolades for its architecture wonder and as the most visited building in the world.

    Location: Nehru place near Kalkaji temple.

    Timings: 9.00am – 5.30pm, except Mondays.

    Entry fees: Free.

  • 10Lodhi Gardens

    Lodhi Gardens

    Lodhi gardens is a city park settled over 90 acres, built by the Lodi’s in the 15th-century houses the tombs of several Mughal rulers. The Bara Gumbad and the Sheesh Gumbad narrates the architectural glory of an archaic era.

    Morning walkers, yoga enthusiasts and joggers from different parts of Delhi flock this place in numbers to soak in the lush greenery around and make it colourful and lively as the day breaks. Lodhi gardens is one of the best picnic spots to spend time with your loved ones.

    Location:
    Lodhi road, beside India International Centre.

    Timings:
    6.00am to 8.00pm daily.

    Entry fees:
    Free.

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  • 11 Agrasen ki Baoli

     Agrasen ki Baoli

    Built in the 14th century by the King Agrasen, the 60 feet deep step well has been very carefully maintained by the Archeological Survey of India. This historical Place in Delhi has 108 steps with three levels leading to the water storage area. 

    The austere grandeur of this step well has allured many architects and historians worldwide. It is definitely one of the best places to hangout for youngsters in Delhi. It is an amazing experience to walk through the cascading stairs and to realise that it was all excavated with hand several decades back.

    Location:
    Hailey Road, Near KG Marg, Connaught Place.

    Timings:
    7.00am to 6.30pm all days.

    Entry fees:
    Free.

  • 12Purana Quila

    Purana Quila

    The oldest Fort in India, the Purana Quila is one of the most captivating historical places in Delhi due to its towering presence. Built by Humayun in 1534 currently, it has a light and sound show narrating the history of the Citadel.

    The massive ramparts adorned with merlons have three gateways. The old Fort is surrounded by a wide moat connecting to river Yamuna where visitors are seen boating on relaxed weekends.

    Location: Mathura road near Delhi Zoo.

    Timings: 7.00am to 5.00pm all days.

    Entry fees: Rs. 20/- for Indians and Rs.200/- for foreigners.

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  • 13Tughlaqabad Fort

    Tughlaqabad Fort

    This colossal stone Fort complex was built by Ghiyas-Ud-din Tughlaq in 1321 AD. The 15-metre high sloping barricading walls have battlement parapets and bastions offering an advantage over the enemy.

    The 13 spectacular gates, the intriguing secret underground passage, royal mausoleum, grand halls and magnificent residences will reminisce one of the royal warriors who lived life with dignity and grandeur and fought with equal might and valour to protect their majesty.

    Location: Mehrauli- Badarpur road.

    Timings: 7.00am to 5.00pm all days.

    Entry fees: RS.5/- for Indians and Rs.100/- for foreigners.

  • 14Mehrauli Archaeological Park

    Mehrauli Archaeological Park

    One of the most well preserved historical relics in Delhi bordering the Qutub Minar complex is worth a visit. This archaeological site, though ignored by the tourists has the Jamali-Kamali mosque done up in grand Mughal style.

    The walking track leads one to the garden where often children of different ages are seen playing around. The tomb of Mohammed Quli Khan is exquisitely embellished with painted plasterwork with occasional glazed tiles.

    Location: Mehrauli Gurgaon road, near Lado Sarai.

    Timings: 8.00am to 6.30pm all days.

    Entry fees: Free.

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  • 15Jahanpanah Fort

    Jahanpanah Fort

    Jahanpanah is a barricaded city built by Muhammad Bin Tughlaq to encounter the Mongols. Though the Fort lies in a dilapidated condition, yet it has several structures which offer hindsight of the dynasty.

    As the imperial family stayed at the royal residences, the Begumpur Mosque was built for the Royals to offer prayers and the Sarai Shahji Mahal was used as an inn. Other monuments like the Bijai Mandal, Kalusarai Mosque, Kharbuje ka Gumbad and Lal Gumbad bedeck the complex.

    Location: Malviya Nagar.

    Timings: 9.00am to 6.30pm all days.

    Entry fees: Free.

  • 16Jama Masjid

    Jama Masjid

    One of the largest Mosque of India, Jama Masjid is also known as the Masjid-I Jahan-Numa was built by the Mughal emperor Shahjahan in 1656 at a cost of around 1 million rupees.

    Built with slits of red sandstone and marble, this monument has 3 majestic gates, 4 towers and 2 minarets. The Mosque faces the holy city of Mecca, while the colossal courtyard can accommodate 25,000 worshippers offering prayers at any given point in time.

    Location: Off Netaji Subhash Marg, Near Red Fort.

    Timings: 7.00am to noon and 1.30pm – 7.30pm (tourists are not allowed during prayer time)

    Entry fees: Free.

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  • 17Safdarjung Tomb

    Safdarjung Tomb

    Built by Shuja-Ud-Daula in 1754 in Mughal architectural style, this historical Place in Delhi has garnered attention by tourists. The mausoleum built of marble and sandstone with grand arches, intricate detailing and majestic architecture has stood testimony to time.

    Also known as, “Safdarjung Ka Maqbara” has a garden, a library and several pavilions adding on the grandiose. The immaculate garden surrounding the tomb is built in Charbagh style with walkways and sparkling water tank.

    Location: Intersection of Safdarjung road and Aurobindo Marg.

    Timings: Sunrise to sunset daily.

    Entry fees: Rs15/- for Indians and Rs.200/- for foreigners.

  • 18Nizamuddin

    Nizamuddin

    Nizamuddin is a popular busy and crowded location in Delhi bustling with markets, Bazaar and residences. This site has a few hidden gems of historic relevance like the Humayun’s Tomb and Abdul Rahim Khan I Khana.

    Hands of skilful Mughal architects built this grand double domed Mausoleum of Humayun which stands tall till date. The Sufi shrine of Nizamuddin Dargah churns out devotional Sufi songs to heal the distressed body and mind. Nizamuddin emanates of an era of grandiose, opulence, culture and grace.

    Location: Mathura Road, Old Nizamuddin Bazaar.

    Timings: 5.00am to 10.00pm all days.

    Entry fees: Free.

  • 19Shergarh

    Shergarh is considered to be a historical monument in Delhi due to it's connected with the Mughal ruler Sher Shah Suri. The looming façade of this Fort has three gates, Bada Darwaza flanked with robust bastions, the Talaqui Darwaza or the Forbidden Gate and the Humayun Gate.

    The Southern Gate, the Humayun Gate is the signature symbol of Purana Quila with two pervasive pavilions at the top. The amphitheatre through it’s light and sound show transports the audience to an age of courageous warriors, heroic tales and of opulence and glory.

    Location:
    Nizamuddin East.

    Timings:
    Sunrise to sunset

    Entry fees:
    Rs.20/- for Indians and Rs.200/- for a foreigner.

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  • 20Alai Minar

    Alai Minar

    This incomplete tower within the Qutub Complex was built by Alauddin Khilji which was planned to be double the size of Qutub Minar. This was to mark his phenomenal victory in the Deccan War. However, his untimely death created a ripple and the construction came to a halt.

    The 80 feet high single storey tower in a rubble masonry projects the Sultan’s intention of a gargantuan structure. The unfinished legacy portrays chronicles of the Sultan’s gallantry, dignity and prosperity.

    Location: Hailey Road, Connaught Place.

    Timings: 7.00am to 6.00pm.

    Entry fees: Rs.10/- for Indians and Rs.250/- for foreigners.

  • 21Lodhi Tomb

    Lodhi Tomb

    The tomb of the second ruler of the Lodhi dynasty, Sikander Lodhi was built by his son Ibrahim Lodhi. The tomb has an octagonal structure and inspired by Indo-Islamic architecture. The first garden tomb of India is a fortified complex with two umbrella-shaped pavilions on a square platform in the front.

    The carved pillars in the verandah around the tomb are intricately handcrafted with dexterity by artisans par excellence. This historical place in Delhi is frequented by nature lovers due to its wide variety of birds in the greenery around and a watercourse leading to the Yamuna.

    Location: Lodhi Gardens, New Delhi.

    Timings: 8.00am to 7.30pm all days.

    Entry fees: Free.

  • 22Mumtaz Mahal

    Mumtaz Mahal

    Mumtaz Mahal literally meaning the Jewel Palace is located within the Red Fort premises. Immaculate white marbles have been used to construct the Palace, which is one of the six palaces built facing the Yamuna.

    It houses six apartments divided by arched piers with intricate floral decorations embellished in the interiors. The building presently holds an exhibition of the Red Fort Archeological Museum displaying exhibits of the Mughal Empire.

    Location: Netaji Subhash Marg, Lal Qila, Chandni Chowk.

    Timings: 9.30am to 4.30pm except for Mondays.

    Entry fees: Rs15/ for Indians and Rs.250/- for foreigners.

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  • 23Chhota Qutub Minar

    The minuscule village, Hast-sthal literally meaning the land of elephants has a hidden gem, namely the Chota Qutub Minar. This 17th century 5 storied Minaret commissioned by the Mughal emperor Shahjahan is now amidst dense residential locality, bustling bazaar, residential annexes and busy roads leading you to this historical Place in Delhi.

    Once a regal grandeur in red sandstones and bricks adorned with white marble is now in an obscure state. The emperor used this as his royal hunting lodge post his quest for the wild in the surrounding dense forest area.

    Location:
    Hastsal Village, Uttam Nagar, West Delhi

    Timings:
    All the time.

    Entry fees:
    Free.

  • 24Lado Sarai

    Lado Sarai

    Rai Pithora, which is considered to be the first city of Delhi was built by Prithvi Raj Chauhan in the 12th century after defeating the Tomar Rajputs. The ruins of the erstwhile majestic infrastructure are now popularly known as Lado Sarai with relics strewn in the form of various Monuments.

    The gateways of Lal Kot, Tomb of Balban, Mandi Mosque, Rajon-ki-Bain, Badun Gate and Tomb of Azim Khan are to name a few. Locals throng this place during the weekend as the daylight breaks and engage in various social activities along with friends and family.

    Location: Lado Sarai, South West Delhi.

    Timings: Any time

    Entry fee: Free.

  • 25Siri Fort

    Siri Fort

    The credit for building Siri Fort goes to the Afghan ruler Alauddin Khilji, which served as his seat to rule and obstruct repeated Mughal invasions. Along with the Siri Fort were the Citadel and a water body supplying water to the Fort and adjoining areas.

    The Fort which is now in ruins is enveloped by a modern sports complex comprising of world-class amenities for tennis, cricket, basketball, gymnasium and many more sports. The complex also houses Siri fort Auditorium with 4 internal sub auditoriums where several events are organised on a day to day basis.

    Location:
    North of Mehrauli and east of Hauz Khas.

    Timings:
    9.00am to 5.00pm.

    Entry fees:
    Free.

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