Places of Interest
India Gate :
The 42 meters high, freestanding arch was designed by Lutyens and built in 1931. It was originally called the All India War Memorial in memory of the 90000 soldiers of the Indian Army who died in World War I. in 1971 and Eternal Flame was lit here to honor the Amar Jawan (Eternal Soldier)
 
Rashptrapti Bhawan :
The official residence of the president of the Indian public , It was the official residence viceroy during the British rule . With 340 rooms and an area of about 330 acres, special permission is required to visit the complex. The mughal gardens are a treat for the eyes and are open to the public during certain periods of the year
 
Red Fort :
Red fort or Lal quila, laid out along the river Yamuna as an irregular octagon and is built of red sandstone. The fort has two entrances, the delhi gate and the lahori gate which faces the famous chandni chowk market
 
Jantar Mantar :
This observatory within Connaught Place was built in 1724 by the Rajput king of Jaipur. It was believed to be built with masonry instruments for observing the movement of stars and planets
 
Parliament House :
A marvelous piece of architecture, close to rashtrapati bhawan, it is a domed structure alosmt s kilometer in circumference, and was designed by the famed architect Lutyen. It is the seat of the Indian Parliament
 
Lotus Temple :
Baha段 Temple in Delhi is often compared to the Sydney Opera House. It is located 12 km. southeast of Connaught Place, popularly known as the Lotus Temple. Baha段 Temple is a major feather of Delhi and is well known for its appearance.

The Baha段 Temple of Delhi is spectacular in its design. 27 wonderful huge white petals of an unfolding lotus made of marble spring from nine pools and walkways. This symbolizes the nine unifying spiritual paths of the faith.

The temple has a striking through plain central hall where you can meditate. The hall is 34.27 m. high. Thought-provoking quotes of the Baha段 sacred scriptures are inscribed on the petal alcoves. Set amid beautiful gardens, the temple is at its most exuberant best when the sun dazzles these lotus petals. While entering you値l have to remove your shoes and keep silence.
 
Rajghat :
Raj Ghat is a memorial to Mahatma Gandhi. It is a black marble platform that marks the spot of Gandhi痴 cremation on 31st January 1948. It is left open to the sky while an eternal flame burns perpetually at one end. It is located on the banks of the river Yamuna in Delhi on Ring Road officially know as Mahatma Gandhi Road. A stone footpath flanked by lawns leads to the walled enclosure that houses the memorial. Two museums dedicated to Gandhi, including the National Gandhi Museum, are located near by.

The memorial has the epitaph He Ram, (literally 前 Ram, but also translated to 前 God), believed to be the last words uttered by Gandhi. It was originally designed to reflect the simplicity of Mahatma Gandhi痴 life.

In recent years, it has become customary for foreign dignitaries visiting India to pay their respects to Gandhi at the Raj Ghat by laying flowers or wreaths on the platform. As a sign of respect, visitors are required to remove footwear before approaching the memorial. A commemorative ceremony is held every Friday. Prayer sessions are held at the Raj Ghat on Gandhi痴 birth and death anniversaries. 30th January is remembered as Martyr痴 Day
 
Akshar Dham
Akshardham temple is a hindu temple complex displaying centuries of traditiional indian & hindu culture, spirituality & architecture. The building was inspired and moderated by pramukh swami maharaj, the spiritual head of the bochasanwasi shri akshar puroshottam swaminarayan sanstha, whose 3000 volunteers helped 70000 artisans construct Akshardham.

The temple which attracts 70 percent of all tourist who visit delhi was officially opened on 6th november 2005. It sits on the banks of the river yamuna adjacent to the 2010 commonwealth games village. The monument at the center of the complex was built of the vastu shastra and pancharatra shasstra. The complex features a large central monument crafted entirely of stone, exhibitions on incidents from the life of Swaminarayan and the history of india, an imax theatre, a musical fountain and large landscaped gardens. It remains closed on mondays
 
Jama Masjid :
The largest mosque in the country, built in 1656, it lies opposite to the Red Fort. The flight of stairs and its large courtyard are marvels of architecture
 
Qutub Minar :
The magnificent structure in the southern part of New Delhi was built in 1199. The Minar (Tower) is 72.5 meters high and has its base as a mosque. Tourists are not permitted to climb the tower
 
Dilli Haat :
The dilli haat, located opposite the INA Market, jointly set by the New Delhi Municipal Council and Delhi Tourism. One of the primary objectives of setting this complex was to provide marketing facilities to rural artisans. It is an ideal place to spend some time while admiring the great array of handicrafts, Jewellery, garments and artifacts representing the workmanship of almost all parts of the country