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  • 26. Governmental Palace

    The Sansad Bhavan is the Parliament of India. It has the President of India and two houses, the lower house, or the Lok Sabha and the upper house, the Rajya Sabha. It is situated on the Sansad Marg....

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  • 27. Connaught place

    Connaught place is a central place in New Delhi, like a giant round about from where radiate immense avenues. On the central area, with gardens, water basins, it is a quiet place where young (and less...

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  • 28. Birla House - Gandhi Smriti

    Admission is free. Photography is (apparently) prohibited but I did not know this and nobody challenged the camera that dangled around my neck. What I did not realise when I was here was that Gandhi...

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  • 29. Zoo

    Located opposite the Purana Qila and the Delhi Zoo entrance on the Western side of Mathura Road, Khairul Manzil Masjid was built in 1561 by Maham Anga, one of the most influential nurses of the Mughal...

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  • 30. Tughlaqabad Fort

    This formidable-looking fort was the third iteration of the city of Delhi, Tughlaqabad. It was built in 1321 by Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq (or Ghiyath ul-Din) and was complete with palaces, mosques and other...

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  • 31. Gandhi

    The centerpiece of this lovely memorial park is an enclosure with an eternal flame and a black marble square that mark the place of the Mahatma's cremation in 1948. Four Hindu priests were chanting...

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  • 32. Parliament Building

    The greatest democracy of the planet has its sessions here! This circular monument has been inaugurated by the Viceroy of India in 1927. Circular buildings are not quite common, and you really see it...

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  • 33. Rajpath

    Rajpath (literally translated would mean the Way/street of the King) is the street which is the famous avenue of New Delhi that runs from Rashtrapati Bhavan (President's palace) through Vijay Chowk...

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  • 34. St Stephen’s Church

    St. Stephens' Church is situated close to the Old Delhi railway stations on the Church Mission Road. It is blood red in colour. It is believed that while preaching Christianity, a Christian saint was...

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  • 35. Nehru Memorial Museum

    The Nehru Memorial Museum is located in one of the most imposing and stately buildings of Lutyen's New Delhi, Teen Murti Bhavan on Teen Murti Road. Originally the official home of the British...

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  • 36. Handicrafts Museum

    The Crafts Museum at Pragati Maidan has galleries displaying India's rich tradition of handicrafts. An added attraction is the presence of craftspersons, who are brought here from different parts of...

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  • 37. Safdarjung's Tomb

    Safdarjung's tomb or the Safdarjang Maqbara is a tomb in a huge garden and was built in 1754. It is made of marble. The office of the Archaeological Survey of India is located in the top storey. The...

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  • 38. New Delhi

    I was pleasantly surprised with New Delhi. I walked from Secretariat metro station, past the Secretariat buildings and on to the Indira Gandhi Museum on wide avenues lined with beautifully manicured...

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  • 39. Moti Masjid

    The Moti Masjid (Pearl Mosque) is a white marble mosque built by the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb at the Red Fort complex in Delhi, India, from 1659-1660 or his personal use. The domes were originally...

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