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The legacy of that past survives in the many monuments left behind by the regents, each a chronicle of the glory of its time and an imprint of the character of the ruler. Today, the city is a curious blend of the modern and traditional, skyscrapers, beautiful gardens and wide tree-lined avenues perpetuate the Mughal passion of landscaping and architectural excellence. More important, however, Delhi blends within its folds the great cultural variety of India; an unceasing range of activity, a million ways of saying 'You are Welcome'.
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Built by Qutub-ud-Din Aibek in 1199, this minaret stands tall at an impressive height of 73 metres. One more work of wonder to be seen here is an iron pillar that still remains unrusted.
Built in the 16th century as a memorial to the Mughal emperor. Its design inspired the Taj Mahal.
A majestic arch, 42 metre high, is a war memorial in honour of the Indian soldiers who died during the First World War. The eternal flame (Amar Jawan Jyoti) burns beneath the arch to honour the memory of the unknown soldiers.
A modern Hindu Temple built in 1938, is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and his consort Laxmi
This palace like building was build by the British with a blend of Mughal and Western culture. It is now the official residence of the President of India.
This impressive collonaded building houses the two houses of Parliament
This Unique observatory was built by the Rajput King Sawai Jai Singh II in 1724. It was believed to have been built with machinery instruments for observing the movement of stars and planet.
The serene memorial of Mahatma Gandhi on the banks of Yamuna
It was built as the mosque of Shahjahan's capital city in 1658 and is the biggest in India
This fort was built by Sher Shah in the 16th Century
The 17th century fortress of Emperor Shahjahan. Inside are exquisite palaces like the Diwan-i-Aam and Diwan-i Khas.A son et lumiere show is held everyday.