The capital of India, Delhi is home to some really ancient Mughal architecture. We often get swept by the modern construction of malls and street art districts that we tend to forget revisiting the majestic beauty of age-old structures. Here to remind us that the next time we’re hankering for a place to visit, a place from this list could transport us back into time. Also Read - Delhi Odd-even Scheme: It Will be Our 'Last Weapon' to Fight Air Pollution, Says Kejriwal Govt
These historical gems are for everybody, whether you’re from the city or a visitor. Let’s have a look at them: Also Read - The Internet Helped 'Baba ka Dhaba' & Now 'Rotiwali Amma' From Agra Awaits Similar Support; Make it Happen!
The peaceful Qutub Minar, with its towering minaret resembling an ornate factory chimney Also Read - 'If Even Lakhs of Cases Aren't Considered to be Community Spread, When Will it be?' Asks Delhi Health Minister
Although Safdarjung tomb is largely forgotten and neglected, this monument is still one of the prettier monuments with palm laden interiors that betray a history spanning centuries
One of the main historical gems that is centrally located yet stunning, is the Lodi Garden. It is in close proximity to Khan Market and easily accessible from most areas in South and Central Delhi.
Old Delhi might be manic but it’s absolutely imperative to visit the truly sensational Jama Masjid
Mehrauli Archaeological Park is a hidden gem with its sprawling park houses among stunning historical and archaeological sites. A favourite however, is an ancient stepwell called Rajon ki Baoli overlooking a mosque
Humayun’s tomb, after a major refurbishment is now in great shape. You wouldn’t know how a few hours will pass by exploring the complex