– Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple, new Delhi is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the World’s largest Hindu temple. It is dedicated to Lord Swami Narayan. Here you will be treated to a unique blend of divine architecture and ornate craftsmanship. Apart form the main temple there are beautifully laid gardens with bronze statues of some of India’s greatest personalities.
– The Bahai Temple of New Delhi is another place to visit if you happen to be in the Indian capital. Laid out in an exquisite garden is the beautiful marble lotus blossoming amidst seven pools. The lotus emanates a strong fragrance of the teachings of Bahaulla and his successors.
The Red Fort
– One of the places of National Importance, Red fort is located near Chandini Chowk area or old Delhi. This is where the Prime Minister of India addresses the nation and hoists the flag on the Independence Day.
– Qutub Minar is one of the most visited places of India. In fact in the year 2006 it was India’s most visited place when it attracted 1.4 million visitors more than Taj Mahal (2.5 million)
– Located in the heart of Delhi is the imposing war memorial built in the memory of 90,000 plus Indian soldiers who fought and died for the British Indian Army during World War II. Now this place is dedicated to the spirit of the brave Indian Soldier.