India Tours Delhi
Delhi is known to be a city of moral fiber. The city has undergone rise and fall of many empires which reminds the glory and splendor of the former days. The city has the best architectural grandeur. Sightseeing in Delhi is a delight for the eyes and a visual pleasure. The monuments and palaces of the city remind the grandeur it used to have in the bygone days. Few cities all over the world represent such beautiful architecture.
The tourists can visit the The Jantar Mantar on Delhi Tours to India. The place is located just in the heart of the city so reaching the place is not a problem.regular buses start from the bus terminus of Kashmere Gate and Sarai Kale Khan Visitors from all over the world visit this place to have a look at the scientific methodology during the early period.
Start our exploration of India Tours that includes visits to the Jama Masjid (1650 AD) which is the largest mosque in India, and the amazing Red Fort (1639-48) which was the seat of the Moghul Empire for more than 250 years. Enjoy a rickshaw ride along the alleys of the ancient bazaar at Chandni Chowk.
A trip to India will be more like a half-baked cake unless the guests sojourn on Delhi tour. To understand the history and quintessence of the country, it is but important to travel to Delhi and see for oneself the specialties of the place. A traveler on Delhi Tours can feast on the ancient heritage, legacies, culture and even the contemporary spirit of the place.
Delhi is enlightening and eventful journey back into the pages of history. But Delhi is not only about ancient edifices. Aesthetic architectural monuments to contemporary buildings, well-exhibited museums to modern art galleries, world class hotels and restaurants to road-side dhabas, happening pubs and nightclubs to holy places of worship, big shopping malls to junk bazaars, imperial gardens to amusement parks, Delhi, the capital of India, correctly represents the diversity of India.
We can visit the Lotus Temple on Tours India to New Delhi. The temple is open to all faiths and is an ideal place for meditation and obtaining peace and tranquility. It is a very recent architectural marvel of the Bahai faith. The lotus shape of the temple represents the Manifestation of God, and is also a symbol of purity and tenderness. Its significance is deeply rooted in the minds and hearts of the Indians. In the epic poem Mahabharata, the Creator Brahma is described as having sprung from the lotus that grew out of Lord Vishnu's navel when that deity lay absorbed in meditation, there is a deep and universal reverence for the lotus, which is regarded as a sacred flower associated with worship throughout many centuries.
The Jama Masjid, another favorite tourist attraction of Delhi India Tour is situated opposite the Red Fort in the capital city- Delhi. Built by Shah Jahan, the Jama Masjid exhibits another Mughal architectural splendor. The mosque is known to be one of the largest and oldest in India. The Jama Masjid is open to tourists on all days except the prayer intervals. At the mosque the tourists are requested to open their shoes and cover their feet and arms before entering Jama Masjid. It is done as an act of reverence for the Muslim faith.