Delhi the capital city of India is more like a triangular region covered by the Aravali hills in west, and river Yamuna in the east. Communities of the city date back to the Stone Age as well as others that relate to history. A beautiful connection of the ancient, medieval and modern can be seen in Delhi. Monuments located in Delhi are traces from the history. Some monuments here are almost a thousand years old. What role Delhi played in history is clearly depicted in these few monuments. Various dynasties ruled here. Almost 15 locations contribute to where a new city got established. Delhi is today counted among those few metropolitan regions that house a large number ofheritage structures. The city has 155 national monuments with1,000places of cultural importance.
One among the famous names when it comes to Sufism in the country is Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya. Nizamuddin Auliya settled in the city after following the path that his predecessors followed.His tomb is located in the West Nizamuddin area, which was previously dubbed Ghiyaspur. Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya has his mausoleum under the name of Nizamuddin Dargah, which is counted one of the most visited places in Delhi. As you walk through it, you get to see the narrow markets all around which remain beautifully decorated.Hundreds of devotees believe in the Dargah’s power and therefore, tie up threads red in color to the tomb’s lattice screens.
Covering an area of more than 200 acre in Mehrauli is the Mehrauli Archaeological Park. The park lies next to Qutub Minar, which is again listed as a World Heritage site by UNESCO. A number of monuments of historical importance can be visited here. This is the one area of Delhi which is known all around by tourists and people for 1,000 years of incessant occupation. Everything from the ruins of Lal Kot, which was established by Tomar Rajputs in 1060 CE, to architectural relics of successive period, to Tughlaq dynasty, toMughal Empire is found here.
You can take a walk through the Tomb of Balban, Jamali Kamali Mosque, Tomb of Maulana Jamali, Quli Khan’s Tomb, Gandhak ki Baoli, and Rajon Ki Baoli in here. Also, going a little ahead of the Mehrauli Archaeological Park, you will be able to visit Madhi Masjid, Hauz-i-Shamsi, Zafar Mahal of Bahadur Shah II, and Jahaz Mahal.
As you reach the Old Delhi, go through the narrow streets and enjoy the street food smell. On the sideways, you will see the Jama Masjid, which is counted as one among the world’s biggest mosques. At once, it welcomes a total of 25,000 worshippers. Then, another major attraction is Meena Bazaar, which in the history, was a market for theRoyal Ladies of Mughal only. The Jain Digambhara Temple is a must-visit wherein a Bird Hospital also lies. And then, of course, you cannot miss on the famous Red Fort, which signifies the splendour of the Mughal Era.
The Hauz Khas village in South Delhi’s hearthas a water tank, a tomb, a mosque, and an Islamic seminary. Besides, it haspavilions surrounding an urbanized villagethat indicates the medieval history dating back to 13th century.
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