Explore the magical city of Historic Delhi

Delhi stands head up for having a lifetime treasure in the form of some of extremely significant historical architectures. More so, the great variety of all such past structures puts the capital city amongst the revered global cities with great and eventful past. Each and every design is a ‘master piece’of its own, speaking its own royal stories, remarkable past and glory the capital city had once gone through.

Let’s explore all the nooks and corners of the rich heritage the capital Delhi prides for :

india-gate India Gate :To begin with India Gate Delhi comprises a solemn monument

constructed in the memory of the soldiers, which was originally known as the “All India War Memorial”. The structure has soldiers names inscribed on the walls of the arc. Over the years, it’s grown into a wonderful picnic spot.


qutab-minarQUATAB MINAR :A spectacularly soaring and the tallest tower to be built in India, came forth to celebrate Ghori’s victory over the Rajputs. The tower and the victory are very significantly interwoven as both heralded a new dynasty-Slave Dynasty.Consisting of 5 storyed huge building, Quatab Minar demonstrates the architectural brilliance of the golden past.


red-fortRED FORT : Built by Mughal emperor Shajahan with the ambition of resizing whole of the Mughal power in one monument. And thus, it appears like a mini-city in itself.It comprises different rooms like Naqqar Khana (Drum room), the Diwan-e-Am (Hall of Public Audience), Mumtaz Mahal, Rang Mahal and the Hammam (bathing area) to execute some specific tasks.


humayun-tombHUMAYUN  TOMB: Humayun tomb was made by the wife of Humayun, considered to be the predecessor of Taj Mahal. It’s built in red stone and superbly exhibits the potency and refinement of Mughal work of art.His wife is buried in the complex only, thus making the structure worth visiting.


jantarmantar

JANTAR MANTAR : Jantar Mantar is a magical structure of Solomon colored structures. It is actually an observatory with the astonishing feature of calculating many astronomical movements very accurately.

safdarjang-tombSAFDERJUNG TOMB : Safderjung tomb is situated on the Lodi road, Delhi. It is set in the center of the garden with beautifull landscaping, representing the last phase of the Mughal style of architecture.On either side of the tomb are beautiful pavilions, known as “Moti Mahal”, “Jangli Mahal” or the sylvan palace and “Badshah Pasand” or the emperor’s favorite,interesting place to explore.

jama-masjidJAMA MASJID : Jama Masjid is the largest mosque in India, located in the heart of the old city and projects beautifully into the Old-Delhi skyline. Originally called the Masjid-i-Jahan-Numa, meaning “mosque commanding view of the world”, it has three gateways, four towers and two minarets.Main entrance is facing the red fort.

Hotels to Stay

airport_hotel2Airport Hotel Delhi : If you are looking for a hotel which is near by Airport than Airport Hotel is situated a minute’s drive from National Domestic airport & 10 minute drive from the International airport. Our hotel has 45 state-of-the-art rooms that offer the latest comfort amenities.

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singhsonsHotel Singh Sons : Hotel Singhsons is a centrally-located and truly world-class hotel in the heart of Delhi, close to Karol Bagh and Connaught Place. Within an easy and comfortable reach of the Railway Station and Airport, the hotel boasts of lavish cuisine and exceptional facilities. HOTEL SINGH SONS greets the guests to let them enjoy and relish the comfort,  opulence, modern amenities and affability almost incomparable in the city.

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lohmod Hotel Lohmod : Hotel Lohmod, a luxury hotel in New Delhi provides the homely feelings, while you are away from your homes”. We are today a preferred choice to stay among both the international and domestic travelers. A professionally and elegantly furnished luxury hotel in New Delhi India with an aesthetical ambiance, supported by a team of highly experienced professionals.

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