Delhi is associated with at least seven historical cities.
Qutb complex is a fine example of early Indo-Islamic design.
All are profusely carved with inscriptions, and patterns that are associated with Jain, Hindu, and Islamic art.
This is one of the best-preserved Mughal monuments in Delhi.
Completed in 1572, the mausoleum reflects the innovation in India’s architecture and garden design.
The tomb of Humayun stands in Delhi not only as a masterpiece of Timurid design, but also as a testimony of Indian craftsmanship.
A cityscape with leafy avenues, classical fountains, and monumental buildings.
The central piece of New Delhi is a Champs Élysées-like boulevard called Rajpath. It connects the stately Rashtrapati Bhawan with the iconic memorial arch of India Gate.
The road to Indian Gate – an icon of New Delhi.
The Marks of Empire in Delhi