The Capital City of India, had been the seat of Power of number of dynasties. New Delhi, was designed by The British. Delhi, the Political, Cultural & economic capital of the world's largest democracy, has become an important tourist & Conference center.

Old Delhi: Visit Raj Ghat (where father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi was cremated 1948 AD), Red Fort (1639-1648 AD built by builder of Taj Mahal - Shahjehan and famous for its delicately curved, inlaid and marbled Royal Chambers), Jama Masjid (India's largest mosque, built of red sandstone and white marble by Emperor Shah Jehan in the 17th century. Three sides of the great courtyard are bordered by delicate cloisters leading out of the three gateways) and drive past Chandni Chowk, the northern gate of the mosque leads on to this once Imperial avenue down which rode lavish cavalcades. Now a days, everything rides down Chandni Chowk, bullock carts, horse carriage, scooter-taxis etc.

New Delhi: Visit Humayun Tomb (1565 AD) aptly called predecessor of Taj Mahal, 72 meters high Qutab Tower (12th Century AD) - one of the most perfect towers in the world, near by amidst the ruins of Quwat-Ul-Eslam Mosque stands the Iron Pillar which does not rust and has stood the vagaries of weather for 1500 years. India gate (the Country's memorial to the unknown soldiers), drive past Embassy Area (Diplomatic Enclave), Govt. buildings (1921-30 AD) - Central Secretariat, President's House, Parliament House, Laxmi Narayan Temple - 1938 AD and Connaught Place - New Delhi's main shopping center & Down-Town Area.

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