Delhi: The Power Capital of India
There is no better place than Delhi to see the ancient India preserved in the heart of a modern and youthful India! Interwoven dramatically in the threads of war, love story, bloodshed and vengeance, Delhi Tourism reveals remnants of political turmoil for over five centuries. The city with its charming allure has caused numerous rifts between warlords to get a control over the territory. The history of the city has evolved over the ruins of seven cities, shaped by rulers from Rajputs then Mughals and finally by the Britishers. In 1192, Afghan warrior Muhammed of Ghori, captured the Rajput town and Delhi Sultanate, which is one of the most kingdoms in Indian history. It was established in 1206. After the British left India in 1947, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru took over as the first Prime Minister and Delhi became the seat of government. The Indian flag fluttering over all government buildings in the area is a mark of the new nation, with Delhi as its soul.
This capital city of India is itself one of the major attractions of India tourism yet some of the places that best describe its royal past are Qutub Minar, Red Fort, Humayun's Tomb, India Gate, Jama Masjid, Ferozshah Kotla Fort, Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia. Tughlaqabad, Safdarjung's Tomb and Qila Rai Pithora. Delhi enjoys several festivals in a year; this makes the place touristy throughout the year. With so much diversity, one can and one cannot explore the richness of Delhi in just few days. Even the tempting cuisines of Delhi, a melting pot reflecting the tastes of different Indian delicacies, need abundant time to explore. Thus, unravel the abundance of diversities in Delhi tourist attractions, making it a prized possession.recommended tours