Safdarjung's Tomb - One of the last examples of Mughal architecture, is a red and brown sandstone tomb. It has double storeyed towers at the corners.
Hauz Khas - What was once a place of education now houses the city's most chic designer articles market. The ancient royal ruins and a water tank which can also be seen here were built originally by the seer Hazrat Nizamuddin.
Qutab Minar - Built by ancient rulers of Delhi, it is a 72.5 metre high tower. At its base is a mosque and nearby the Ashokan iron pillar.
Tughlakabad Fort - Built by Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq constituted the third city of Delhi. It was used for about 15 years after which the capital was shifted to Daulatabad in the South.
Bahai - Marble temple built in the form of a blossoaha'i Temming lotus for the followers of the Baha'i faith and dubbed as the Taj Mahal of the 21st Century.
Visit India Gate - 42 metre high memorial dedicated to the unknown soldiers
- • Rashtrapati Bhawan - 340 room official residence of the President of India
- • Sansad Bhawan - seat of the Indian Parliament
- • Secretariat
- • Raj Ghat - Memorial of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the nation.
- • Red Fort - Popularly known as the Lal Quila, it is built in red sand stone. It was built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan
- • Jama Masjid - Country's largest mosque, lies opposite the Red Fort. Another construction by Shah Jahan.