New Delhi Tour With Akshardham

Qutub Minar:: Qutub Minar is one of the tallest minarets in the world and the tallest built with bricks. It is nearly 72 meters high and was constructed in the year 1212 AD. It is one of the oldest medieval structures in New Delhi.

Akshardham Temple: Akshardham is a temple complex and one of the largest in India. The place was built with the help of hundreds of craftsmen and thousands of volunteers. While walking along the corridors of the temple you catch the glimpse into various phases and facets of the Hindu mythology and culture. It is arguably the most famous temple in Delhi and thus thronged by thousands of visitors every day.

Rajghat: Rajghat serves as the Memorial to Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi who was the flag bearer of non-violence and peace. Mahatma Gandhi has been named the father of the nation of India. The memorial is situated on the banks of River Yamuna.

Parliament House: The Parliament House of India is one of the most impressive architectures you could see anywhere in the world. Featuring the colonnaded design, this place is the seat of the Government. Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha sessions are held here. It was built by Edwin Lutyens along with Herbert Baker in the year 1927 AD.

Teen Murti Bhawan: Teen Murti Bhawan was the official residence of the first Indian prime minister Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru.