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When it comes to visiting India you are exposed to a country full of rich culture food, temples and culture that is in built in society. With there being numerous guides to where you can visit, there are the best 5 places you ought to go when you visit New Delhi:
1. India Gate
Built in 1931 the Indian government saw it fit to build a monument to honor the lives of the soldiers who died in the war. The gate has a flame that keeps on burning to keep alive the memory of the fallen soldiers. The amazing part is that the locals together with the tourists always flock to the area to visit the 42 foot wall, the place can act as a good picnic spot for a family.
2. Mughal Garden
If you are in search of beauty and in New Delhi in the month of February and March then this is the place to be. The garden is full of beautiful and unique flower and plant system that will make you very mesmerized. On the other hand the fact that the garden is laid into fountain you are sure to have breathe taking souvenirs as the place is extremely photogenic.
3. National Gallery of Modern Art
Art lovers are sure to love the museum art gallery with up to 6 floors of nothing but fine art, you are sure to not only be entertained but also to have a pick into the mind of various artists from all times. Even though you will have to have a number of hours free to finish the tour ,you are sure to be mesmerized as the museum is well beyond worth it.
4. ISKCON Hare Krishna Temple
This is the place t be when you want to see the Indian culture at a closer look. The temple is an easy place to be and enjoy compared to the burst of activity that is seen in the rest of the city. You will be able to visit the sanctuary and h ear the chants and the drum beats that will make you appreciate the Krishna society even more.
5. Tomb of Safdarjung
If you plan to visit the mughal garden, you sure will be interested to visit the tomb of safdarjung. Originally built in 1754, the place is quiet and if you love such you will be glad to have visited. On the other hand this is quite different from the mughal gardens as only few people visit the area, thus missing on all the beauty.