Revel in Mughal architecture: Visiting Red Fort, Jama Mosque, Qutub Minar and India Gate
A little backstory here!!
Delhi is known for showcasing architectural monuments in the most candid way possible.
Here somewhere amid the sea of houses and people, you’ll discover some of the most intricate works of the Mughal Dynasty. And today will be all about that.
Built by Emperor Shah Jahan and surrounded by a magnificent 18m-high wall, Red Fort is a red sandstone marvel located right at the heart of old Delhi.
Rumoured for having decapitated bodies of prisoners in its foundation and famous for its lavish architecture, this edifice will present India to you in a winsome light.
Encounter the epitome of bliss in the mayhem of Old Delhi. Jama Masjid, a Muslim worship place built at 10 m elevation in pure Mughal fashion will be a delight to witness.
A lofty afghan style victory tower built-in 1193. It’s one of the highest brick minarets in the world that account for complete historical immersion within the vicinity of its complex.
Giving ode to the martyrs of war, India Gate is a 42-meter high archway that hosts a carnival of people every day.
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