A Trip to Delhi: It’s an enthralling adventure. During my recent summer vacation, I visited Delhi and had one such incident. India’s capital is New Delhi.
A Trip to Delhi: It is a city of significant historical significance in its own right. I took the train to Delhi with my family. We went to Delhi after resting for a while. Delhi is a historically significant city. This must remain known by several names throughout history.
On the one hand, there are the Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Jantar Mantar, Qutub Minar, and India Gate, which tell the story of India’s great history; on the other hand, there are the wonders of contemporary times, such as Rashtrapati Bhawan, Lotus Temple, and Parliament, to mention a few. First, we went to the Red Fort.
The Red Fort, commonly known as Lal Quila, is a prominent landmark in Delhi. It is found on the edges from the Yamuna River. Shah Jehan constructed it in 1648. It is made of red stones. It included the Diwan-e-Aam, Diwan-e-Khas, Rang Mahal, and other structures. We next went to Raj Ghat, Parliament, India Gate, and the Lotus Temple.
The next day, we went to the Qutub Minar. It is one of the world’s most beautiful and flawless towers. It features a mix of pink, red, and orange stone and various creative sculptures. It is a work of art in architecture, and I adored it. We then visited the Iron Pillar and the Jamma Masjid. The largest among India’s masjids.
We went to Jantar-Mantar, a historic astrological laboratory. Delhi, one of the country’s biggest urban agglomerations, is located astride (though mainly at the west edge of) the Yamuna River, a tributary of the Ganges (Ganga) River, approximately 100 miles (160 km) south of the Himalayas.
The national capital territory includes Old and New Delhi and the surrounding urban region and rural districts. The area is surrounded to the east by the state of Uttar Pradesh and to the north, west, and south by the state of Haryana.