is one of the fastest growing cities and Federal Republic of
India. The city sprawls over west bank of Yamuna and is divided
into two parts - Old Delhi and New Delhi. The city still
showcases the rich past of itself veiled under the reminisces of
the monuments. Dotted by many monuments old and new, the city
has features in the list of fastest growing metropolis of the
Monuments In Delhi
» Chandani Chowk : The
hub of major commercial activities in Delhi, this is a place
situated in Old Delhi. You can spend an enjoyable evening in
this hub and labyrinth of zig zag place and narrow lanes.
» Humayun's Tomb : Built
by Humayun's widowed Queen Haji Begum, in the sixteenth century.
It stands at a place called Nizammuddin.
» India Gate : This
is a 42-meter-high building, built as a memorial for the Indian
soldiers who lost their lives in world war I. A flame is burnt
beneath it to keep the place eternally charged.
Jama Masjid : This
largest mosque in India is located opposite to the Red fort. It
was constructed in 1656 and is an reminder of religious
devoutness of the Mughals.
and Galleries in Delhi
The Modern Art Gallery displays the modern Indian art . Besides
this, institutions like Lalit Kala Academy, Ravindra Bhawan,
Triveni Gallery and AIFACS Gallery also display the Indian art.
National Musem offers collation of antique crafts, stone
carvings and artefacts. Interestingly, some of them are from the
Harappa and Mohenjadaro. Another museum to focus on ecology is
the National Museum of Natural History.
» Purana Qila : The
fort that has stood the test of time has seen many rises and
falls of empires. it is a place to explore the sound and light
show in the evening.
» Dilli Haat : This
is an ideal place to visit for handicrafts and traditional arts.
The place gives the look of the traditional bazaar. This food
and craft bazaar is a treasure trove of Indian culture and