The Masjid-i Jahan-Numa or Jama Masjid is a Tourist Hot Spot in New Delhi, India. Built of red sandstone and white marble this 17th-century mosque is a brilliant example of Islamic faith, art, architecture and the Mughal’s Legacy.
The Mahatma Gandhi has spent last 144 days of his life here. Originally called Birla House or Birla Bhavan now this historic place is a Museum dedicated to the Father of the Nation “MK Gandhi”. Respect!
The Lotus temple is a place of worship and to meditate in New Delhi. At a time 1300 people can gather inside this world famous beautiful architecture, pray to God or meditate. Come here to witness the true religion called humanity.
Lodhi Garden consisting of 4 tombs is a picnic hot spot for National and International tourists. Also, it’s most loved place for morning walk among South Delhi residence. Come here to see one of the best architecture works of JA Stein.
Jantar Mantar, New Delhi was built by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Jaipur is a monument of historical importance situated next to Connaught Place (CP). Here you will see a great blend of architecture embedded in masonry style instruments. The Jantar Mantar is an ancient observatory to gather astronomical data and now a heritage site.
The National Rail Museum in New Delhi is top tourist attractions among national and international travelers. Visit here, go for a joy ride and learn about the cheapest medium of transport and travel. See here in virtual 3D reality different models of railways, old the new and upcoming.
The Akshardham Complex in New Delhi is a major tourist attraction built on the banks of River Yamuna. The main attractions in the complex are Akshardham Mandir and the thematic gardens. People of any religion can visit here to offer prayer and learn a life lesson from the rich Indian culture and the Hindu religion.
The India Gate, New Delhi situated in the Central Zone of the city is a war memorial build in the memory of soldiers who sacrificed their lives in different wars to protect the nation from enemy. This historic place receives several thousand visitors everyday from all corners of the world.
DOOARS – The Land of Tusks, Horns and Green Forests By the time we got on the jeep, night had fallen and we had more than an hour to make it through the wilderness. A round moon, peeping through the branches and selflessly showering abundant light, accompanied us all the while.
PEDONG – A Visit to The Old Silk Route Village Pedong, a village in the Kalimpong district of West Bengal, used to be a trading hub when trade between India and Tibet burgeoned through the Silk Route. Tourism, here, has thrived over the years, generally the offbeat travellers who have a penchant to spend time amidst unadulterated nature.
Dubai: The Most Innovative Place To Visit UAE is perhaps one of the rare places with innovative places to visit for its visitors. Besides known for having worlds' largest mall, The Dubai Mall, UAE government is always striving to develop innovative projects to remain a spectacular host as the worlds' most preferred destination.
A Sojourn in Pondicherry: The Little France of India Pondicherry happens to be the only place in India where the colonial legacy is still preserved to this day. The French quarters is steeped in rich history and attracts mainly the Indian tourists who would love to savour a slice of mini France in their own country.