A trip to Northern India – Part 4 – To the capital city of India – New Delhi.Visit to Qutub Minar – UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE.

by - November 08, 2016

Hey Cupids,

So with the beginning of winter season, we would like to recall our trip to New Delhi – the capital city of India after we bid adieu to unforgettable city and unforgettable memories we had in Amritsar.


Being the month of January it was too way chilling and completely different weather experience for us.

However as usual the peace of mind and joy that emerged through travelling was at its peak.

Commuting in Delhi is way too easy and also cheap because of the speedy and comfortable metro trains ------However beware of the peak hours or be intrepid enough to make your way through the huddle of people.

We first went to the beautiful temple of Akshardham – a beautiful temple that not only depicts Hinduism values, culture and tradition but also it’s a sumptuous example of the architectural work and dedication put in by the people.

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Photography is not allowed inside the temple and hence no pictures were taken by us.

Don’t forget to witness a gorgeous water show that will leave you in state of subtle aura.


You will need one full day to visit this beautiful temple.


You can even stay in the temples guest house if you have come in groups but only by prior appointment otherwise off course there are plenty of good hotels in Delhi.


The second day was filled with zeal, vigour and enthusiasm.

Travelling in metro trains & visiting places walking has its own charm.


So we first visited Qutub Minar.

Qutub Minar which is at height of 73 meters is the tallest brick minar in the world.

The construction of Qutub Minar was started during 1200AD by Qutb al-Din Aibak and was completed by Iltutmish.

There are several ancient monuments surrounding it and is known as Qutub Complex which is a UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE.

If you are a historian and are keen to know about India’s history then this place can be a wonderful abode for you.

Go through the pictures and get tempted to know more.

A little more close view……-J

Still more close -J

You guys know what? This place can even work wonders if you are a professional photographer. Models will off course go nuts -J

An amazing window to get clicked here. I think this was built in anticipation by the king at that time keeping in mind the young and creative photographers of today. - J

Stay tuned and get to know about a beautiful meditation place that we visited after our visit to this tall, dark and handsome minar which is one of the tallest of all the minars of India.


Till then…..Keep travelling.


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