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Delhi Tourism – Sights of the Capital

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Delhi is officially the National Capital Territory. It not just happens to be one of India's largest cities but is a perfect combination of antiquity and modernity.

It is India's second most populous city after Mumbai and is renowned for being home to many architectural masterpieces such as the Qutub Minar, the Red Fort, India Gate, the Akshardham shrine and many more.

Travellers coming here can explore these architectural wonders and also learn more about the history of this place. Here is a pictorial guide to the Union Territory of Delhi.

Agrasen ki Baoli
  

Agrasen ki Baoli

Steps leading to Agrasen ki Baoli.
Photo Courtesy: Varun Shiv Kapur

Chausath Kambha
  

Chausath Kambha

The many pillars of Chausath Kambha.
Photo Courtesy: Varun Shiv Kapur

Hauz Khas Complex
  

Hauz Khas Complex

Scenic view of Hauz Khas Complex.
Photo Courtesy: Varun Shiv Kapur

Humayun's Tomb
  

Humayun's Tomb

Marvel the architecture of Humayun's Tomb.
Photo Courtesy: Arian Zwegers

India Gate
  

India Gate

An evening at India Gate.
Photo Courtesy: rajkumar1220

Jama Masjid
  

Jama Masjid

A cloud covering over Jama Masjid.
Photo Courtesy: Saad Akhtar

Jantar Mantar
  

Jantar Mantar

Have fun at Jantar Mantar.
Photo Courtesy: Alex Sirota

Kashmiri Gate
  

Kashmiri Gate

The remains of Kashmiri Gate.
Photo Courtesy: Varun Shiv Kapur

Khooni Darwaza
  

Khooni Darwaza

View of the Khooni Darwaza.
Photo Courtesy: Karthi.dr

Moth ki Masjid
  

Moth ki Masjid

The gateway to Moth ki Masjid.
Photo Courtesy: Varun Shiv Kapur

Qutub Minar
  

Qutub Minar

Picturesque view of Qutub Minar.
Photo Courtesy: Swaminathan

Raj Ghat
  

Raj Ghat

Scenic view of Raj Ghat.
Photo Courtesy: Kalyan Neelamraju

Rajpath
  

Rajpath

Evening at Rajpath.
Photo Courtesy: Kartikeya Kaul

Rastrapati Bhavan
  

Rastrapati Bhavan

The official residence of the President of India.
Photo Courtesy: pegatina1

Red Fort
  

Red Fort

Visitors outside the Red Fort.
Photo Courtesy: Arian Zwegers

Safdarjung Tomb
  

Safdarjung Tomb

Admire the beauty of the tomb.
Photo Courtesy: Neel.kapur

Tughlaqabad Fort
  

Tughlaqabad Fort

The ruins of Tughlaqabad Fort.
Photo Courtesy: harpreet singh

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