“WOMAN TRAVEL INDIA” – AMUSING HONEYMOON

“WOMAN TRAVEL INDIA” can do the travel in Mother India safely. New Delhi consists of two parts: – New Delhi and Old Delhi. This place can be visited anytime of the year. It’s attached with Modern airport and connected all over India by Rail, Road and even by Air. Railway is the cheapest mode of transport. By road if you travel, you can see the places of India mostly the rural part which foreigner’s are not aware off. Maybe it will give you an insight of India i.e., Incredible India.
Red Fort:
Red Fort was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan [1639].This was made by marbles and red stones. Here it’s the political centre of Mughal Emperor. Mughal Rulers had stayed in Red Fort for nearly 200 years till 1857.

The Red Fort was built in the Capital City of Emperor Shah Jahan i.e., Shahiahanabad. This was adjacent to the older fort of Salimgarh, which was built by Islam Shah Suri “India Travel”.
The Emperor’s palace has rows of pavilions which are connected by channels of water named “Nahr-i-behisht” [Stream Of Paradise]. The period of Emperor Shah Jahan is considered to be Golden era of Mughal rule in India. Mughal creativity which is seen here is the fusion of traditions from Persia, Timurid and Hindu religion. This mode of architectural which is engraved later influenced the buildings and gardens of Delhi, Kashmir, Rohilkhand, Braj, Punjab and even Rajasthan. In 2007 the Red Fort along with Salimgarh Fort became the UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE.
The Prime Minister of India hoists the national flag and delivers the nation-level broadcast on the eve of Independence Day. Due to this it’s considered to be iconic symbol of India “See India” .

JAMA MASJID: This extravagance was built by none other than Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, which holds a courtyard of about 25000 devotees. The other monuments which were built by the Emperor Shah Jahan are Red Fort and the famous Taj Mahal.
The mosque can be visited by “WOMAN TRAVEL INDIA” consists of three main gates, four towers and two 40 metre high minarets which were constructed using white marble and red sandstone. Islamic Robes are available at the northern gates which can be purchased by foreigners. It’s considered to be one of the biggest mosques in Asia. It was built in the year 1650 “India Travel” .

QUTUB MINAR: Qutub Minar is also known as Qutub/Qutab. It’s the second largest minar of India which is of the height of 73 metres. The first one is the Minar-E-Fateh at Anandpur Sahib, having a height of 100 metres. This same monument was constructed using marble and red sandstone.
Qutub Minar is located in Delhi. The base diameter is about 14.3 metres, which narrow down to 2.7 metres at the top. There are about 379 stairs. The construction was started by Qutb-ud-din Aibak. Later the monument was completed by Iltutmish. Firoz Shah Tuklak finished with modification of fifth and later storeys of Qutub Minar. Several building and structural ruins are seen in that place which was under the Qutub complex “See India”.

LOTUS TEMPLE:-
Lotus Temple was built in the year 1986 is considered to be Baha’i House of Worship. The shape is like a flower and it will be serving as the Mother Temple of subcontinent of India. It’s prominence of architecture was richly rewarded and even this building had featured in various newspapers and magazines.
Lotus Temple is open to all forms of religion but the texts are emphasized in Baha’i script. The Law of Baha’i states that every religion can pray in this house without the help of all religion can worship in this house without using the mode of statues, etc. Baha’i faith and different religions can be chanted in any languages. Choirs are set for the readings and prayers, but no musical instruments must be used. No ritual practices must be practiced and no sermons delivered in this Temple. This places are special places which “WOMAN TRAVEL INDIA”.

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