Here is some place to visit in Delhi :-
Past glory of the Mughal architecture reside in this famous fort of old Delhi, popularly known as the Lal Quila. This is one of the most favorite haunt of the tourists after Taj Mahal in India. The mind blowing architecture of Diwan-i-Am, Diwan-i-Khas, the Moti Masjid, the Shahi Burj display the supremacy of Mughal architecture.
No one can leave Delhi without visiting Qutub Minar, an a72.5 long tallest tower in India. An excellent monument which was built as a tower of victory. Most interesting thing in Qutub Minar is an iron pillar in the country yard. Legends tells that if you can encircle the pillar with your arms your wishes will be fulfilled. It is really interesting to experience such act which never comes in your hand.
Akshardham Temple in Delhi is yet another extraordinary conception of immensely dedicated 11,000 artisans. It nestles over the shining and pure banks of the Yamuna. The involvedly carved temple walls will mesmerize you. The temple’s exhibition is a must-watch. The temple space is big, so much so, that you will need one complete day to see the whole place. Built within five years, this temple is definitely a superb tribute to the esteemed preparation of Indian temple building.
Located in the older part of the city is Jama Masjid – one of the many wonderful buildings built by the Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan. The mosque stands on a sandstone base, assessing about 30 feet in height. The largest Islamic place of worship in India, this impressive mosque can billet over 25000 devotees at a time. It has four high spires, built of red brickworks; and three massive domes of shining white marbles. People can avail a Delhi tour package to explore the enormous courtyard and the intricate carvings in the mosque. Chawri Bazar, from where the site is less than a kilometre away, can be reached via the Yellow Line of the city metro rail system.
The mausoleum of Mughal emperor Humayun, the tomb is visited for its square garden that is divided into four large squares, detached by causeways and channels.
The sacred Birla Mandir in the capital Delhi, was constructed in 1938, during the pre-independence period and was installed by Late. Mahatma Gandhi (Bapuji of the Indian Nation). It was built following the Orissan style of manner. The inner portion is overlooked by two-storey verandhas, a garden and fountains. Despite the modern day work of monuments, idol, spires and jalis, the exterior is planned with white marble and red sandstone, reflecting the Mughal architectural splendor.