New Delhi the Capital of India is one of the oldest Cities in the world, so many Kings and emperors flourished in this city with a very great history. Many of the Kings have left some traces to history as palaces and monuments for the future generations to see. There are two Delhi’s one is the old Delhi and the second is the New Delhi. In old Delhi has palaces, monuments and small streets and New Delhi has wide streets, big malls and it is well planned city.
The New Delhi has many important landmarks like India-Gate, The Indian Parliament House, Rashtrapati Bhavan, Jantra mantra, Qutam Minnar and the North Block where the Indian Prime Minster lives and South Blocks where big business tycoon live. Tourism to Delhi covers all places in Delhi.
The city is as crowded with huge numbers of vehicles bustling through the busy streets, but New Delhi still keeps less due to wide streets. The bank of River Yamuna which is the main tributary of the holy River Ganges which passes through Delhi is still cool and green and fit to be nostalgic. Delhi has various tourist places in India which attract visitors to here and then other states of India.
Raj-Ghat where the father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi rests in peace is a simple block of marble with mark ‘He Ram’.
Shantivan where Jawaharlal Nehru who was the first Prime Minister of India was cremated is an abundant garden with trees planted by State Government.
Vijay Ghat is the war memorial for the memory of India’s war with Bangladesh.
There are many museums in Delhi which are worth seeing. Delhi turns into the capital of cultural festivals and performing arts of all colors as winter season starts. The gardens are all overflowing with colorful flowers; they don’t just add beauty to the Delhi city.