4/5 - Good
Rav22 Feb. 2020
It’s a city of contrasts. Go with an open mind and you’ll love it.
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Feel the tempo of Indian bazaars, then relax in one of several peaceful houses of worship in this central Old City marketplace.
Visit this eye-catching red-stone structure to experience New Delhi's rich Muslim culture and savor an architectural landscape that is as grand as it is detailed.
India’s national monument features an eternal flame, a popular park and excellent views of the stately Rajpath.
Here is where the Mughals ruled Delhi for three centuries, home to fabled treasures and a pearl mosque – all enclosed in its long red walls.
Big in scale, impressive in detail, and overloaded with attractions, this temple has everything you might expect from an epic Hindu temple – and some you might not.
The first Muslim kings built a towering minaret, here on the site of an ancient temple where Hindu and Islamic ruins are now irrevocably mixed and merged.
Kawal3 Jan. 2020