Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Behold the British Legacy in Delhi!

Delhi is what India is! Culturally vibrant, historically rich and strangely diverse! But amidst all that goes around in the capital city of India, one would also register the presence of a number of fantastic colonial monuments in the city. The rule of the British has bequeathed to the metropolis a string of priceless gems that are must visit for anyone who is looking to book tickets and board flights to fly into the destination! 

Connaught Palace is the must visit for anyone and everyone who gets his hands around air tickets on flights to the Indian capital. It is the city’s lifeline with a thriving commercial and entertainment scene. Named after the Duke of Connaught, a member of the British royal family, it is a large marketplace that’s designed in the shape of a horseshoe. A brilliant example of craftsmanship, Connaught Palace is currently the hub of shopping and eating out in Delhi.  

One cannot miss a visit to the Rashtrapati Bhavan if greeting the architectural specimens of the colonial times is the main agenda behind planning Delhi holidays and reserving flights tickets. During the Raj, Rashtrapati Bhavan served as the house of the Viceroy of India, and currently it is where India’s president lives. Proper authorisations from relevant authorities are required to enter the premises of the grand structure. 

India Gate is built as a memorial to the Indian soldiers, who died during World War I. It is one of the most highly frequented picnic spots in Delhi, with both foreigners and locals making up the crowd that usually gathers during balmy winter days. Tourists who buy tickets aboard Delhi flights and choose to tour India Gate will be able to enjoy a colourful crowd that gather here.

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