Top Historic Sites Attract People to Take Flights to Delhi

Delhi is the capital state of India and is locally referred to as ‘Dilli’. This place features a humid subtropical type of climate with hot summers and cold winters. The conurbation is situated by the Yamuna River and is also considered as ‘Little India’ for possessing cultures and religions of the entire country. It is said to be the largest metropolitan city in terms of area. The destination includes the best tourist spots for guests and provides them with wonderful historic architectures. The traditional delicacies available here are scrumptious ranging from Paranthas, Pulaos and Biryanis to Dahi Bhalles and Alu Tikkis to name just a few. Some of the historic sites which compel people to book many Delhi flights have been illustrated in brief as follows:

Qutub Minar

The Qutub Minar is the world’s tallest brick minaret built under the initiation of Qutb-ud-din Aibak. It is a tower which is near the Delhi Metro Station. This monument is surrounded by many ancient and medieval structures. The red color and the buff sandstone used in building this site is worth watching which as a whole compel tourists to board many flights to Delhi. It is decorated with projected balconies and honeycomb design. The site of the metropolis on reaching the top is simply breathtaking.

Red Fort

This fort is locally known as the Lal Qila which is situated in old Delhi along the Yamuna River. It was built in the seventeenth century when Mughal emperors were ruling. It was constructed at the time of Shah Jahan and is known as the residence of the royal family.  The fort showcases a high standard of art and ornamental work which force people to take frequent cheap flights to Delhi. It consists of two entrance gates which are the Delhi and Lahore Gates. The walls are smoothly colored and are articulated by string on the upper section.

India Gate

India Gate is located in the central part of New Delhi which was first established in 1921. The design of the gate was prepared by Sir Edwin Lutyens and is said to be the national monument of India. This gate has been built due to World War 1 and the Afghan wars. It is made of granite and red sandstone. It became a site for Indian Army people’s tomb. The place looks best at night as lights are lit up thereby tempting people from all around the world to take Delhi flights.

Jantra Mantra

This edifice is also known as Jantar Mantar was initiated by Maharaja Jai Singh II. The place consists of thirteenth architectural astronomy instruments. It has been built for prediction and movements of sun, moon and planets. It is known as one of the renowned tourist spots to be visited. This monument is an attractive place which forces people to book early flights to Delhi. The structure consists of four distinct instruments known as the Samrat Yantra, the Jayaprakash, the Ram Yantra and the Mishra Yantras.

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