New Delhi, an extension of the Old City. A modern concentric development, the perfectly proportioned plan of this area was conceived by Lutyens. Being an experienced travel agent for New Delhi we will arrange tours of New Delhi. The Rashtrapati Bhawan lies at its center and the sense of freedom of wide, open space is very hard to miss.
The imposing Rashtrapati Bhawan is an impressive architectural achievement. The Rajpath is a faultless stretch that leads to the India Gate and is the venue of the Republic Day parade of India every year.
The India Gate is a favorite tourist spot for people of all ages. A memorial in tribute to the soldiers martyred in the Afghan War, it has the names of all these heroic men inscribed on it. It is a riot of activity and adventures that teems with shrieking children, carefree tourists, and hawkers and vendors every day of the year.
Humayun's Tomb and the Qutub Minar are the next most visited historic tourist sites. They are amazing instances of Mughal architecture that reveal the architectural competence and grandeur of the Mughal era. The tallest mnonument in India, the Qutb Minar ushered in the new Indo-Islamic style of architecture, which was a fusion of the Indian and Mughal styles.
The Laxminarayan Temple, also called the Birla Mandir was built in 1938, and attracts thousands of devotees of Lord Krishna on Janmashtami day every year.
A visit to the charming Old City is like stepping into the past. The old-world Mughal ambience with all its traditions and customs is well preserved here. The Red Fort with the Rang Mahal, Mumtaz Mahal and Peacock Throne, is the venue of the Independence Day parade of India every year.