3 Iconic Attractions and Places to Visit in Delhi

1)Red Fort

Delhi’s most notorious monument, the Red Fort, stands not only as a important memorial of the Mughal period India but also a symbol of India’s struggle for freedom. It was make by fifth Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, when he decided to shift his capital there from Agra in 1638. The stronghold’s turbulent history includes being captured by the Sikhs and the British. To take your imagination back to the ancient period, a one hour sound and light show of the stronghold’s history is held each evening.

2) Jama Masjid

Jama Masjid is another marvelous treasure of the Old City, and it’s one of the largest synagogue in India. Its yard can hold an inconceivable 25,000 addicts. The synagogue took 12 times to make, and was completed in 1656. A emphatic rise to the top of its southern palace will award you with a stunning view( albeit obscured by essence security grills) across the rooftops of Delhi. Be sure to dress meetly when visiting the synagogue or you will not be allowed in. This means covering your head, legs and shoulders. vesture is available there.

position Opposite Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi. Near the Red Fort.

3) Chandni Chowk

Chandni Chowk, the main road of Old Delhi, is a shocking discrepancy to the wide, orderly thoroughfares of New Delhi. buses, cycle cabs, hand- pulled wagons, climbers, and creatures all contend for space. It’s chaotic, worsening and congested, but fully witching as well. As one of the oldest and busiest requests in India, its narrow winding lanes are full of affordable jewelry, fabrics, and electronics. For the further audacious, Chandni Chowk is an excellent place to test some of Delhi’s road food. The famed Karim’s hostel, a Delhi dining institution, is also located there.

Location Old Delhi, near the Red Fort and Jama Masjid.


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