New Delhi


Delhi– The most visited city in India. Formerly home to some of India’s most powerful monarchs, has undergone a spiritual transformation and now welcomes all cultures with open arms.

India’s capital, Delhi, is unlike any other city in the world and is one of the oldest cities in existence. It’s a spot that touches you and even quickens your heartbeat to a frenzied rate. Delhi, with its extensive history of ages and empires, is a striking example of a country that is quickly modernizing. The past and the present in Delhi perfectly blend together, from the maze of winding streets, historic havelis, and vibrant bazaars of Old Delhi to the best amenities of a modern metropolis like a metro system, dazzling malls, bustling markets, and fabulous dining establishments.
Ancient monuments are a part of everyday life in the city.


1.Bahai lotus Temple
2.Akshardam Temple
3.connaught place
4.Red Fort
4. Qutub Minar
6.India Gate
7.Gurudwara Bangla Sahib
8.Humayuns tomb
9.Jantar mantar
`10.Ferozshah Kotla Fort
11.Safdarjung fort
11.Parliament House


By Air

The Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi has connections to all of the world’s major cities. Almost all of the major airlines offer domestic and international travel.

By Rail

The Northern Railway’s main hub, Delhi, has excellent rail connections to all of India’s major cities and towns thanks to its four main stations.

By Road

All the major Indian cities are well connected to Delhi by a network of national highways and roads. There are public and private transportation options.