Delhi, India      Click on thumbnails below for additional pictures.

"Delhi has been the centre of a succession of mighty empires and powerful kingdoms. Numerous ruins scattered throughout the territory offer a constant reminder of the area’s history. Popular lore holds that the city changed its locality a total of seven times between 3000 BCE and the 17th century CE, although some authorities, who take smaller towns and strongholds into account, claim it changed its site as many as 15 times. All the earlier locations of Delhi fall within a triangular area of about 180 square km (70 square miles), commonly called the Delhi Triangle. Two sides of the triangle are articulated by the rocky hills of the Aravalli Range—one to the south of the city, the other on its western edge, where it is known as the Delhi Ridge. The third side of the triangle is formed by the shifting channel of the Yamuna River. Between the river and the hills lie broad alluvial plains; the elevation of the territory ranges from about 200 to 300 metres (700 to 1,000 feet)." [Source: Encyclopedia Britannica]

Old Delhi Streets

Humayun's Tomb

Hauz Khas

Purana Qila

Red Fort

Jama Masjid

National Museum

Lodi Garden

Qutb Minar

Qutb-ud-din Aibak commissioned this as a tower of victory to mark the defeat of the last Hindu kingdom in Delhi

Miscellaneous Sites

(Connaught Place, IHC, Bengali
Sweet House, Chattarpur
Temple, etc.)

India Gate / Rajpath / Parliament

Agrasen ki Baoli

Tughlaqabad Fort

The ramparts of the fort built by Ghiyas-ud-din Tughlaq c.1325

Raj Ghat

Lotus temple

Gurdwara Bangla Sahib


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