Although Delhi has a list of places where one could visit, experience, and attach themselves with the history of our culture, there is a lot more to explore too!  
Since my childhood, mountains have held a special place in my heart. They are tranquil, soothing and healing.
Located behind the Humayun's Tomb Complex (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) the name of this monument, Nila Gumbad (The Blue Dome) is due to the blue coloured tiles which adorn its dome. This monument was constructed around the year 1626 A.D by Abdul Rahim Khan (during the Mughal period).
Qutb Minar (const. 1192 AD), the tallest brick minaret in the World, and the Iron Pillar (const. 402 AD) of New Delhi, India - Side by Side.
India in 4 Weeks: Let's Whet Your Appetite
India is full of friendly people, breathtaking sights and unforgettable experiences.


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