Unesco World heritage sites are always been a big attractions for traveler from all over the world and people like to visit these places very much. Specially traveler who love history and architecture love to visit world heritage sites all over the world. Delhi also have three Unesco world heritage sites and these are must visit when you are in Delhi. Check it out…
February is a month of love and so many days are like
Rose day (07 February )
Propose day (08 February)
Chocolate day (09 February)
Teddy day (10 February)
Promise day (11 February)
Hug day (12 February)
Kiss day (13 February)
Valentine day (14 February)
to hangout and spend a quality time with your love and life partner. Among all days Valentine day is most celebrated day in the world and in Delhi as well.
Check out best places to celebrate day of love in Delhi.
Delhi have been a fascinating city for traveler from all over the world because of its vibrant culture and rich history. If you are visiting Delhi for your love to history and architecture than light and sound shows in Delhi would be a great experience for you. Delhi offers you two options for light and sound shows one at Red Fort and second at Old Fort. Check out Unesco world heritage sites in Delhi
Delhi is a place where whole India reside means its a place where you will find a good reflection of whole India because people from all over the India migrated here for good opportunities for employment and business. It is one of the best city in India to work and stay. Delhi is one of the richest city in India and has everything for a perfect life. It has all the multi national companies to work with. Some of the great universities and institute to study like, University of Delhi, Jamia Millia Islamia, Jawahar Lal Nehru University and many more.
Lutyens’ Delhi is an area in new Delhi which was mainly constructed at the time of Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944). He was a man with great architectural sense and much responsible for most of the architecture in the area at that time (1920-1930).
Your journey to the capital of India cannot be completed without visiting Shahjahanabad (Old Delhi). Shahjahanabad the name was given by the Mughal emperor Shahjahan when he shifted his capital Agra to Delhi. The city was covered with a huge wall and there were so many gates to enter the city but now only a few gates are remains as Delhi Gate, Kashmiri Gate, Turkman Gate, Ajmeri Gate. Now Shahjahanabad known as old Delhi and still remains the main attraction in Delhi. Top Places To Visit In Old Delhi India.