Delhi is the most happening yet the most ancient city of India

Delhi is the most happening yet the most ancient city of India. Delhi has been the seat of many a political action since times immemorial. The places and monuments of Delhi stand as testimony o the times of the bygone era.


Sightseeing in Delhi can be divided in two parts .Namely Old Delhi and New Delhi.


The most important monuments of old Delhi includes red fort –which is architectural wonder and a important place for many a political actions that shaped the destiny of the country. next there is the Jama Mazjid , which is the largest mosque built by Shah Jahan thirdly there is the RajGhat which is the cremation ground of Mahatma Gandhi who was regarded as the father of the nation . Last but not the least the bustling market of Chandni chowk is a stop which tourist should never miss out if they want to experience the true culture of Delhi.


In new Delhi which is comparatively a much newly built area the main attraction of this area lies in Qutab Minar which is one of the tallest stone structure that was build in the year 1199 by the Mugal emperor Qutabuddin. Second important attraction is the India gate which is a stone arch dedicated to the soldiers who lost their lives in the World War I. third important tourist spot is the Jantar Mantar which is mainly observatory built by raja Jai Singh . Last but not the least the trip to Delhi is never complete without a visit to the beautiful and serene Lotus temple where people meditate according to their own faith.


The Delhi trip will also include with the Taj Mahal in Agra which is regarded as one of the Seven Wonders of the World to Jaipur the capital city of Rajasthan is known for its beautiful historical heritage of the Rajputana dynasty and to Ranthambor natural reserve. The Area is mainly known for its tiger reserve. It is estimated that Ranthambor has a total of 42 tigers. Besides tigers tourist can also catch glimpse of striped hyenas, caracals, leopards, wild boars, jungle cats and crocodiles.