How to explore Delhi in a best way

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Oct 5, 2021

Delhi, one of the most oldest cities in the world has witnessed the political unrest and struggle for centuries. It has been in existence from the ancient time and has been ruled by many prominent rulers of the Indian subcontinent Tomars,Khiljis,Tughlaqs,Lodis, Mughals and more.The largest tenure for any rulers ruling this city was in 8th century by the Rajput rulers for 457 years (736 to 1193 AD).

Because of Its grand royal history, Delhi has been gifted with many historical architectures and buildings. Which are so well crafted that are worth exploring and other moderm attractions are  also worth visiting.

Delhi can be used as a launch pad to several tourist destinations as well, because it is nearby to many other world renowned tourist places like Agra, Jaipur, Mussorie and other hill stations.

You can now book a car on rent in Delhi with Ogonn App. It is super easy and smooth process to get a Car/bike on rent.

Once you get your Car/bike on rent It is yours for that amount of time and you can freely wander wherever you want and whenever you want.

If you are thinking to visit Delhi than make sure these destinations are on your list:

1)           Lotus temple : The best thing of the place is that it represents all religions and one can offer any religious prayer hindu,muslim, sikh, christian. The design of the temple and nine pools of water makes the place so soothing for eyes.


2)           Chandani chowk : One can’t complete their visit without visiting chandni chowk One of India’s busiest and oldest markets, Chandani Chowk offers you blend of history, culture and cuisines.


3)           Qutub minar: 73 metres high tower which was built in the Irani and afgahni architectural style.


4)           Red fort : Red fort gives you the royal sense of mughal rule. Made by Shahjahan


5)           Connaught place: Connaught place or CP is crafted with magnificient Georgian-stylearchitecture.  In addition to being a shopper’s paradise, Connaught Place houses many places of historical importance, such as Agrasen ki Baoli and Jantar Mantar.


6)           Humayun’s tomb : It was built nine years after death of mughal ruler Humayun and is known for its spectacular great design.


7)           Jama Masjid : Built by mughal ruler shahjahan. It is the largest mosque in India , has eye-catching red and white minarets, the large dome, and high rise arches.


8)           Akshardham temple: The temple was made without steel and it has 234 beautifully-carved columns, 9 gorgeous domes, 20 towering citadels.


9)           India gate: the India Gate monument was built by Edward Lutyens in honour of all the Indian and British soldiers who died during World War I.

 Just next to the India Gate, there is another memorial called the Amar Jawan Jyoti that was built to honour Indian soldiers of the 1971 Indo-Pak war.

10)       Purana Qila: The Purana Qila is an old fort that was constructed by Sher Shah Suri, a former Afghan king. The fort is famous for having symmetric, double-storied doors, made entirely of red sandstone.

Articles authored by  Siddhant kumar

Published: Oct 5, 2021