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Travel Through Time - Delhi

By Manoj Menon

Delhi the capital of India has seen some of the most changes in time. It was once the seat of governance of the British and later after their departure it became the head of State. As time passed by the city grew and modernised but it still holds dear the many monuments that were built here ages ago.

Here is a picturesque tour of some of these monuments wherein you will get to see them as they were in olden days and as they stand now. So the next time you travel to this amazing city you can marvel these architectures.

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India Gate – 1930
  

India Gate – 1930

Cars seen passing through the India Gate.

Photo Courtesy: Irfan0552007

 

India Gate
  

India Gate

Scenic view of India Gate taken at dusk.

Photo Courtesy: Steve Evans

 

Red Fort – 1895
  

Red Fort – 1895

Soldiers standing guard along the road to Red Fort's Delhi Gate.

Photo Courtesy: Deen Dayal, Lala

 

Red Fort
  

Red Fort

View of the Fort.

Photo Courtesy: Alex Furr

 

Chandni Chowk – 1860
  

Chandni Chowk – 1860

Traders getting ready for the market to open.

Photo Courtesy: Samuel Bourne

 

Chandni Chowk
  

Chandni Chowk

The bustling streets of Chandni Chowk.

Photo Courtesy: Wasted Time R

 

Humayun's Tomb – 1860
  

Humayun's Tomb – 1860

View of the tomb.

Photo Courtesy: John Edward Sache

 

Humayun's Tomb
  

Humayun's Tomb

Picturesque view of the tomb.

Photo Courtesy: MPF

 

Qutub Minar – 1951
  

Qutub Minar – 1951

The monument among ruins.

Photo Courtesy: Nathan Hughes Hamilton

 

Qutub Minar
  

Qutub Minar

A garden around the historical monument.

Photo Courtesy: Krupasindhu Muduli

 

Jama Masjid – 1860
  

Jama Masjid – 1860

The mosque sports a deserted look.

Photo Courtesy: Eugene Clutterbuck Impey

 

Jama Masjid
  

Jama Masjid

Devotees outside the mosque.

Photo Courtesy: Ashcoounter

 

Rajghat – 1950
  

Rajghat – 1950

Gandhiji's samadhi crowded by his followers.

Photo Courtesy: Rotatebot

 

Rajghat
  

Rajghat

A lamp burning atop Gandhiji's samadhi.

Photo Courtesy: Slick-o-bot

 

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