1. The Red Fort
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Red Fort is Delhi’s most popular monument and symbolizes the Mughal rule in India. The Red Fort has a 33m high wall which was constructed with a purpose of preventing invaders. The sound and light show that happens in the fort is also very popular, it depicts the Fort’s history.
2. Qutab Minar
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Qutab Minar was constructed to commemorate the beginning of Mughal era in India. Qutab Minar has 5 storeys and each is projected with a balcony.
3. Chandni Chowk
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One cannot missChandniChowk while their visit to Delhi. This is the heart of Delhi which is always busy with traders and shoppers. You can get the most popular ‘Delhi street food’ here. And shopping here is just inexpensive.
4. Lotus Temple
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Made of marble, cement, dolomite and sand, the Lotus temple of New Delhi resembles a half-opened lotus flower with 27 petals and has 9 reflecting ponds surrounding it. The aerial view of the temple is even more stunning.
5. India Gate
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India Gate was constructed in the year 1931 as a war memorial for the soldiers who died in the First World War and the Afghan War. The names of the soldiers are inscribed in the walls. The monument looks stunning especially in the evening.