India Gate : It was designed by Luytens in 1911. This 42 mtrs high arch represents a memorial built in the honour of the Indian soldiers martyred during the Afgan war. Raised amidst the green, velvety lawns, the India Gate is a popular evening site for young and old alike.
» Laxminarayan Temple : The Laxminarayan Temple was built by Raja Baldev Birla in 1938. Also known as the Birla Mandir, Laxminarayan Temple features of a large garden and fountains behind it. It is considered one of the important prayer centres and one can see idols of several dieties here. On Janmashtami temple is flocked with thousands of devotees.
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» Red Fort : The massive red sandstone fort is popularly known as Lal Qila. The main attractions of the fort are Dewan-i-Khas, Diwan-i-Aam, Nawab Khana, Rang Mahal, Hammams, Pearl Mosque, Chatta Chowk and Musamman Burj. Besides these there are three museums also which are worth visiting.
» Jama Masjid : This red sandstone and white marble mosque, lies close to the Red Fort. Also called the Friday Mosque, Jama Masjid is the largest mosque in India. This mosque built by Shah Jehan, in 1644 can accommodate around 25,000 worshippers in its courtyard at one time.
» Baha'i Temple (Lotus Temple) : Also known as Lotus Temple for its Lotus like shape, the Baha'i Temple is situated in South Delhi and captivates every passers by. Completed in 1986, this modern marvel is worth exploring. This temple was built by the Baha'i community, the exquisite architecture attract the visitor most.
» Connaught Place : It is the commercial centre of Delhi and was designed by Robert Tor Russell, chief architect of the Government of India. Located in the heart of the city, it is a circle of double storeyed arcade complex, occupied by shop owners or business houses. With several food joints and shop of varied items, it is the centre of entertainment and business activities in Delhi.