The 200,000-square-foot palace, completed in 1929, is the largest residence of any head of the state in the world.
The India Gate, built in 1931 and designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, was inspired by the Arc de Triomphe. It commemorates India's war dead and houses an eternal flame.
Connaught Place (referred to by locals as CP) is an excellent place to be located for a visit to Delhi. The area is built on a series of roads which... more »
This architectural wonder looks like an enormous lotus blossom, reminiscent of the Sydney Opera House. Too bad the interior isn't even worth a look.
The tomb of the Mughal Emperor Humayunwas, built in the 1500s, was the first of what was to be many tomb and garden complexes in India.
An oasis in an otherwise crowded, dusty city, Lodi Gardens is the perfect place to spend a relaxing afternoon admiring nature.
This 17th century fort was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan and served as the capital of the Mughals until 1857.
The bustling wholesale market here is an excellent place to shop, explore, eat and soak up life in New Delhi.
Built in the early 1700s, this is one of the world's oldest astronomical observatories.
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