What to see in Delhi?
Delhi is the capital of India, the oldest city in the world. What places are the most popular among tourists from all over the world? What's worth seeing in Delhi? This is what we have to find out.
It is believed that the most important rule that should be guided in India is to take your time and enjoy the present moment, then you will definitely get to where you need it.
It is worth noting that to move around the cityvery simple. You can get to the sights by local transport - tuk-tuk, take a taxi, use the city bus or subway.
So, let's start our walk:
- The Jama-Masjid Mosque. The construction of the Mosque was started during the reign of Shah Jahan, and finished - in 1656. The mosque is functioning, therefore it is necessary to observe all traditions and rules. Admission is free, but you need to pay for taking photos.
- Red Fort is a protective building,erected in 1639-1648 years. The place is quite beautiful, you can read about it the saying of the Persian poet Amir Khosrov Dehlevi: "If there is a paradise in the world, then he is here."
- The Lotus Temple is the main temple of the Baha'i faith, was erected in 1978-1986. The building is made in the shape of a lotus flower with 27 petals of white marble. The room can accommodate 1300 people.
- The temple complex of Akshardham is the largestHindu temple on the planet, recorded in the Guinness Book of Records. Visiting the majestic Akshardham, you will not be left without impressions. On the territory of the complex you will see a beautiful temple, a show of fountains, gardens, modern expositions and restaurants. The entrance fee is paid, photography is not allowed - at the entrance you will have to leave cameras, mobile phones and even backpacks.