6 Must-Visit Monuments In New Delhi Which You Should Not Miss

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Every city has its own history and Delhi is also one of them. This city had lots of history to explore and here arw the list of monuments which you can visit while exploring down delhi.

Delhi,Guest Posting one of the most rapidly growing cities in the world has everything from glory to riches. Here you’ll witness a beautiful blend of history and modernity. With everything from the happening nightlife to the magnificent monuments, New Delhi has got it all. Though the population and hustle-bustle of the city are equally rising, Delhi will easily compensate with other qualities and places to visit it has.

 

It is a city full of monuments, you’ll see a lot of monuments in Delhi, and its gonna be difficult to choose because all are equally beautiful. Below you’ll find some of the monuments which you should definitely not miss:

 

  1. Qutub Minar

 

Standing high since 1193, Qutub Minar is a 73m high tower in Delhi. It was built after the defeat of the last Hindu ruler, and to mark Muslim rule in Delhi. It is also known as one of the finest monuments in India and after witnessing the fine skillful work on the monument you’ll believe the same. It is open for the visitors 24X7 and has a minimal entry fee. Your trip to New Delhi will be surely incomplete without you visiting Qutub Minar.

 

Location: Mehrauli

Entry Fee for Indians: Rs. 10

Entry Fee for Foreigners: Rs. 250

 

  1. India Gate

 

The pride of New Delhi, India Gate is one of the most respected and visited monuments in the country. Dedicated to all the soldiers who lost their lives during Worldwar-I, this monument has all the names inscribed on its body. The monument comes to life at night when the lights enhance the beauty of it. You can have a pleasant morning walk around or just have a nice time with your family sitting in its gardens.

 

Location: Rajpath, New Delhi

Entry Fee for Indians: Free

Entry Fee for Foreigners: Free

 

  1. Humayun’s Tomb

 

Included under the UNESCO World heritage site, Humayun Tomb in New Delhiis a magnificent piece of architecture situated on Mathura Road. Situated right at the center of Charbagh Garden, this monument was built is a Mughal Era commissioned by Hamida Banu Begam, Humayun’s widow. It's a beautiful and peaceful monument where you can have some pleasant time with your loved ones.

 

Location: Mathura Road, opposite Nizamuddin Dargah

Entry Fee for Indians: Rs. 10

Entry Fee for Foreigners: Rs. 250

 

  1. Red Fort

 

A spectacular Redstone monument, the glory of New Delhi, Red Fort is one of the most glorious monuments in New Delhi. Depicting the era of Mughal, the architecture of Red Fort is the most unique one. It has aestetic entry and the body with skillful and beautiful work. The entry to the monument is not allowed but you can have a careful look from the outdoors. The entry is open throughout the week except for Monday. It's a must-visit if your next holiday is to New Delhi in India.

 

Location: Netaji Subhash Road, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi

Entry Fee for Indians: Rs. 10

Entry Fee for Foreigners: Rs. 250

 

  1. Lodhi Gardens

 

One of the most visited tourist destinations, Lodhi Garden is a beautiful escape from the busy machine life of New Delhi. With its gardens and monument built in the era of Sikander Lodhi and Muhammad Shah and their graves built inside the tomb, Lodhi should definitely be added in your itinerary. Enjoy some time with your better half at the gardens or your family. It is gradually becoming the destination chosen for pre-wedding shoots in New Delhi. 

 

Location: Lodhi Road, New Delhi

Entry Fee for Indians: Free

Entry Fee for Foreigners: Free

 

  1. Safdarjung Tomb

 

Safdarjung Tomb is another beautiful monument situated in New Delhi where you will firstly find Safdarjung’s grave. This tomb was built just in a year by Safdarjun’s son. It is a lesser-known monument who does not attract as many tourists but still is one of the best. Avoid visiting Safdarjung during summers as you won’t be able to explore the monument to the fullest. The best time to visit is during the dry season or winter.

 

Location: Lodhi Estate, New Delhi

Entry Fee for Indians: Rs. 15

Entry Fee for Foreigners: Rs. 100

 

Now you know which monument you should definitely visit on your trip to Delhi. Monuments like Humayun’s Tomb in Delhi will surely won’t stop you from appreciating the beauty of the work and the hard work of the architect. Book your holiday and witness some of the spectacular work.

 

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