Delhi the city destroyed and born seven times, truly deserves to be the capital of India. Delhi has been and still remains the centre of arts, politics and cultures. Delhi has scores of exquisite Mughal monuments, temples, fine restaurants and pubs and a vibrant city life. The capital of India, Delhi, a city annexed and conquered by many kingdoms has plethora of monuments, temples, mosques to be explored.
Qutub Minar, the tallest tower in the world is a perfect display of Mughal architecture. The immaculate carvings, Alai Darwaza and the famous Iron Pillar make this a perfect spot for the culture lovers and the people who want to explore the grandeur of the Mughal architecture. Constructed using red sandstone, Red Fort, the official seat of the Mughal rule, represents architecture creativity and brilliance. Adjacent to the Red Fort is the old city of Shahjahanabad, now known as Chandini Chowk, renowned for the availability of every kind of goods and its delectable and succulent food. Humayun’s Tomb, The UNESCO World Heritage Site, is also known for its stunning architecture. India Gate, Lotus Temple, Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple, Agresen ki Baoli are some of the other architecture specimens that are spectacular and leave you spell bound.
Delhi is also a perfect destination for shopaholics and is known as the shopper’s paradise due to availability of branded things in the market at half of its price. Be it Sadar Bazar, Nehru place, Sarojini Nagar, Lajpat Nagar and Karol Bagh, Delhi provides everything in cheap and affordable price from electronics to hardware's to traditional clothing’s. For the young generations fond of clubbing and late night parties, Delhi has the famous Hauz Khas Village known for its electric nightlife with countless cafes, bars and clubs.
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