List of Tourist places and destinations in Delhi
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India Gate Purana Qila
This imposing structure located at one end of Rajpath was designed by Lutyens as a war memorial. The names of Indian soldiers who died in World War I are inscribed on the memorial. An eternal flame, a tribute to the Unknown Soldier, is located under the arch. The Purana Qila or Old Fort ruins are located on a small hill which once stood on the banks of the river Yamuna. The fort is believed to mark the site of Indraprastha, the magnificent capital of the Pandavas. The citadel we see today, however, was the work of Sher Shah Suri (1538-45).
Raj Ghat Qutab Minar
The simple square platform of black marble on the banks of the river Yamuna marks the place where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated. His last words "He Ram" are inscribed on this platform which is surrounded by a serene garden. The 73 metres high stone tower dominates the southern area of Delhi and is visible for several kilometres. The construction of this five storey tower was begun by Qutab-ud- din Aibak in 1199 and added to by Iltutmish. 
Jantar Mantar Safdarjang's Tomb
South of Connaught Circus is the Jantar Mantar Observatory built by Sawai Jai Singh of Jaipur in the early eighteenth century. The amazing collection of large masonry instruments includes the Samrat Yantra and the Jai Prakash Yantra. The garden tomb was built in 1753-54 soon after the death of Safdarjang.It is a red and brown sandstone tomb with double storeyed towers in the corners and is one of the last examples of Mughal architecture. 
Connaught Place Humayun's Tomb
This immense shopping complex comprises concentric circles containing shops, hotels and restaurants. The rows of small shops along Janpath selling curios are an added attraction. An air-conditioned underground market called Palika Bazaar and government emporia of many Indian States are also situated in or close to this complex. This tomb which was built by the wife of Emperor Humayun took eight years to complete and is one of the earliest examples of Mughal architecture. The mausoleum is the first tomb built in the centre of a planned garden. The combination of white marble and red sandstone was a great influence on later Mughal architecture.
Parliament House Lakshmi Narain Mandir
This circular and colonnaded structure was inaugurated in 1927 by the then Governor-General of India, Lord Irwin. The Constitution of India in its original hand written form is available in the library. Also known as Birla Mandir, ideally located in central Delhi, is a temple dedicated to the goddess of wealth, Lakshmi, and Lord Vishnu built by the wealthy businessman Raja Baldev Das Birla.
Baha'i Temple Delhi Zoo
The Bahai house of worship is a marvel of modern architecture. It is made in the shape of a lotus. It is one of the major attractions for national and international tourists. It represents the Baha'i faith which is an independent world religion, divine in orgin, all-embracing in scope, broad in its outlook, scientific in its method, humanitarian in its principles and dynamic in the influence it exerts on the hearts and minds of men. Built in 1959 and spread over 214 acres is the first zoo of Asia with more than 2000 animals and bird species from all over the world. Timings : Summer 0800 to 1800 Hrs. Winter 0900 to 1700 Hrs. (Friday closed)
The National Museum  Mughal Garden
For a museum that was built in 1960, the National Museum has an extraordinarily rich collection. It begins with prehistory, going on to the classical period of Indian art, then on through galleries of miniature painting, textiles, decorative art, arms, tribal art, Central Asian antiquities, costumes and musical instruments. The museum remains open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on all days except Mondays. Situated within the President's Estate the garden boast of finest varieties of roses in the country besides other flowers. It is open for the public only in the month of Feb - April.
The Railway Museum  Pragati Maidan
Spread over an area of 10 acres and laid out with tracks of different gauges, the museum houses the oldest locomotive in the world still in working order, as well as many other vintage locomotives and carriages. Vintage coaches with their splendid original fittings intact evoke memories of an era of luxurious and leisurely journeys. It is a massive complex with well laidout roads, fountains, garden, lawns and eating joints. It is the venue of the annual India International Trade Fair and other International/National Trade Fair. One of the attractions of the complex is APPU GHAR, based on the Disneyland concept in several forms of entertainment and games to play. Located near Delhi Zoo and ITO.
Red Fort Badkal Lake
 Also called the Lal Qila, the fort is laid out along the river Yamuna as an irregular octagon. It is surrounded by a wall of about 2.4 km circumference built of red sandstone. The Mughal ruler Shah Jahan transferred his capital from Agra to Delhi and, after nine years, the fort was completed in 1648. The fort has two main entrances, the Delhi Gate and the Lahori Gate. The latter faces Chandni Chowk, the city's most crowded but diverse market. A natural lake surrounded by small hills is an ideal place for Picnic. Boating facilites are also available. Situated in Faridabad it is just 20 minutes drive from South Delhi.
Kalindi Kunj Suraj Kund
A beautiful park situated at the banks of river Yamuna near Sarita Vihar / Noida. The Green Park is famous for its colourful fountains shaded by lights of different colours.  An ideal place for a picnic in Haryana at the border of South Delhi. It is the annual venue of Art & Crafts Fair held in February. Haryana Tourism provides excellent boarding and lodging facilites. You can also enjoy boating in the beautiful lake.
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