Lutyens designed This royal city for The British Empire. Delhi originally called Indraprastha, was Established By Pandava Kings Around 1200 B.C. Present Day Delhi Is Built Around The Ruins Of Seven Ancient Cities It is the eight largest metropolis in the world by population with 16,753,235 inhabitants in the Territory at the 2011 Census. New Delhi offers an array of Tourist Attractions, Information Centres, Entertainment, Nightlife and Accommodation for all its visitors as well and Educational Centres for visiting/exchange Students.
The Red Fort: Built In Red Sandstone It Encompasses Many Small Palaces Like Diwana-Aam, Diwana-Khas, For The Dwelling Of The Royal Family, Mughal Emperor Shah Jhan Constructed This Marvel Piece.
The Qutab Minar: This Gothic Monument Is Designated As The Highest Flinty Tower In India. In 1199, The Tower Was Raised By Ruler Qutub-Ud-Din, It Is Erected At A Height Of 72.5m. And Took Two Decades To Finish The Red Stone Structure.
India Gate: Famous As All India War Memorial, In The Heart Of New Delhi Coliseum The 42m High India Gate, An "Arc-De-Triumph", Designed By Edwin Lutyens In 1921. The Names Of 70,000 Indian Soldiers Are Modeled On The Walls Of India Gate Who Forfeited Their Lives Battling For The British Army During The First World War.
Rashtrapati Bhavan, (President House): The Sumptuous Structure Built Over An Area Of 330 Acres Was Completed In 1929 With An Expenditure Of 12,53,000. It Was Designed By The Lutyens, As A Official Residence Of The Viceroy Of India During British Rule, It Encompasses 340 Rooms.
By Air: Being A Capital Delhi Is Well Connected Globally and Domestically by means of Air Ways.
By Rail: Being A Headquarters of The Northern Railways, Delhi Is Well Connected To Broad Gauge (New Delhi) And Meter Gauge (Delhi Main) Railway Line To All The Major Part Of India.
By Road: Inter State Bus Terminal (ISBTt) At Kashmiri Gate Is The Major Road Head And Is Well Connected To All The Parts Of India Through Regular Bus Services.