Ladakh is the only place where a man sitting in the sun with his feet in the shade can suffer from sunstroke and frostbite at the same time. Also known as the "land of high passes", Ladakh is a land like no other with a plethora of attractions to visit. With dreamy and mesmerizing landscapes, amazing people, and culture, Ladakh is truly a heaven on Earth. The beautiful high altitude desert is nestled between two of the world's highest mountain ranges, the Great Himalaya and the Karakoram, it lies athwart two other ranges, the Ladakh range, and the Zanskar range.
Climb the Red Fort
The Red Fort is a sign of India’s effort for freedom. This beautiful monument is famous for its enclosing walls of red stone. Dating back to the Mughal Emperor, the Red Fort has a row of pavilions linked by the Stream of Paradise (Nahr-i-Bihisht) and is a blend of graceful Islamic and British-era structures.
Take time at the Qutab Minar
If you’re in history, architecture, or calligraphy, one of the world’s tallest brick minarets is the best place for you. The early Indo-Islamic architecture covered with carvings from the holy Quran is shining in the incredible Qutab Minar. This five-story tower was built to represent the beginning of the Muslim reign in India. However, some believe that it was made to call the faithful to prayer. In the neighboring, you’ll also see other historical monuments.
Cross India Gate
At the center of New Delhi, you’ll see the high archway of India Gate. It was built in the memory of Indian soldiers who died in World War I. Enjoy warm summer’s evening along its boulevard and its radiance under floodlights.
Escape the rush at the Gandhi Smriti
To take a time out from city life turmoil, visit Mahatma Gandhi’s memorial in its restful gardens at Raj Ghat. You’ll see the Nation’s father’s humble lifestyle, who lived for 144 days in the house. The prayer ground for the evening public congregation and his bedroom are open to the public. You may never find anywhere as tranquil as Raj Ghat in Delhi.
Admire the grandeur of Jama Masjid
Jama Masjid is one of Shah Jahan’s structures with a capacity of 25000 people in its courtyard and the largest mosque in the world, neighboring the Red Fort. It took 12 years to build the mosque. Climb to the southern minaret in the evening to get a thrill out of the stunning view of Delhi. Watch out for what you wear in the mosque. Top-revealing clothing and uncovered head and legs are misappropriated. Travelers are rewarded with meaty kebabs at nearby famous restaurants.
Lose yourself in Chandni Chowk
In contrast to the neat streets of New Delhi, Chandni Chowk is the primary street of Old Delhi. Chandni Chowk is one of India’s most crowded markets, where cars to pedestrians, hand-pulled carts to animals all challenge for space. Taste and smell Delhi’s street food in Chandni Chowk and get captivated by the inexpensive jewelry, fabrics, and electronics crumble of one of India’s oldest markets.
Lit Up Your Night at Bahai Temple
It’s called the Lotus Temple due to its lotus flower-shaped appearance and named after the Bahai Faith. The concrete Temple is covered in white marble, gleaming at night, and welcomes people of various religions.
Take the Stress Out of Lodhi Gardens
Under the pressure of city life and exhausted! So, stroll the Lodhi Garden on a Sunday afternoon to watch people in a serene retreat from urban life. Enjoy the old ruins of the Islamic Sayyid and Lodi dynasties, bring your picnic basket or yoga stuff, or jog around the park.
Record the Best at Humayun’s Tomb
Humayun’s Tomb was the real inspiration for the Taj Mahal’s construction, so they are similar. Humayun, the second Mughal emperor, rests here surrounded by symmetrical Mughal Gardens. Take the best photos of your journey at dusk and respect the architecture at any time of day.
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