1.Akshardham Temple: Dedicated to Swaminarayan, situated in Delhi. Akshardham Temple display the ancient Indian culture. The temple is situated close to the Noida border. Also called as Swaminarayan Akshardham or Akshardham Temple. The temple reflects traditional and modern culture of Hindu culture, spirituality and architecture. It is created by Pramukh swami Maharaj inspired by Yogiji Maharaj. The Akshardham temple was built and opened on 6th November 2005 in the presence of A.P.J Abdul Kamal by Pramukh swami Maharaj. The temple at the centre of the structure or whole area was built according to Vastu shastra. The overall structure of Akshardham temple was built in 60 acres.
Timings: 10 am to 8 pm
Entry Fees: No entry fees
Nearest Metro Station: Akshardham (Blue Line)
2. Red Fort: Red Fort or laal quila situated in old Delhi is named as Red Fort because of its massive red sandstone walls. The historic building serves the main residence of Mughals. It is constructed by Shah Jahan when he decided to shift his capital from Agra to Delhi and was finished constructed on 12th may 1638 . The design of red fort was created by Ustaad Ahmad Lahori who is also the constructor and designer of Taj Mahal. The peak in Mughal architecture was represented by the Red Fort under Shah Jahan and combines Persianate palace architecture with Indian traditions.
Location: Chandni Chowk, Delhi
Timing: 9:30 am to 4:30 pm
Entry fees: INR 35(Indian citizen) and INR 400(foreign nationals)
Nearest metro station: Chandni Chowk
3. India Gate: The India Gate is located near the Kartavya Path on the eastern edge of the ceremonial axis of New Delhi also called as RajPath and is a war memorial. It stands for the memory of 84,000 soldiers of Indian army who sacrifices their life’s between 1919 to 1921 in World War I in France. 13,300 servicemen’s names from Indian army as well as some soldiers and officers name from United Kingdom are inscribed on the gate. It is designed by Edwin Lutyens. The structure is called as Amar Jawan Jyoti as it represent and serves as the India’s tomb of the unknown soldiers. Amar Jawan Jyoti means the flames of the immortal soldiers. Every year on 26th of January the Prime Minister visits the gate to pay their tributes to the Amar Jawan Jyoti, following which the Republic Day parade starts. India Gate is counted amongst the largest war memorials in India. People from all over the world pay a visit to India gate just because of its huge structure and insanely mind blowing architecture.
Location: Kartavya Path, New Delhi, Delho-110001
Timings: 24hrs open
Entry Fees: Free of cost
Nearest metro station: Central Secretariat Metro Station
4. Hauz Khas: Hauz Khas is located in south Delhi. The Hauz Khas village has amazing reservior and multiple buildings built around it. There are left over architecture of Islamic, which later on are covered by Urban colour . It offers both rural Hauz Khas and urban Hauz Khas Enclave as it is centrally located.. Hauz Khas is surrounded by Green Park from the west, Gulmohar Park towards the north, Sarvapriya Vihar towards the south, Asiad Village and Siri Fort from the east side. old homes here have been converted into fashion boutiques, homestays, art galleries, jewellery shops, bookand antiyue stores, multi-cuisine restaurants, bars and nightclubs.
Location: Hauz Khas, south Delhi, Delhi-110016
Timings: most of the cafes and resturants were open till midnight
Entry Fees: No entry fees
Nearest metro station: Hauz Khas(yellow line)