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India Gate : Attractions in Delhi

India Gate in the day time 

I am living in New Delhi for last 3 years. I have visited many places in New Delhi during my stay which includes Qutb Minar, Purana Quila, Red Fort, Lotus Temple and Akshardham temple among others. Of all the tourist places I have visited till now, India Gate is my favorite tourist place in Delhi and I often go here to spend evenings especially during summer.

India Gate in the night time

India Gate attracts tourist mainly because of the 42 m high Victory Tower erected to commemorate the Indian soldiers who fought and died in World War II. All along and across there are lush gardens which are kept well-manicured. This place looks magical when the lightings are turned on after the dark.

Usually summer is the best time to visit in India Gate and most of the people come here at the evening time or after the sunset and weekend is the time visited by the most of families. You can spend here some wonderful time after your daily’s work stress.

India gate offers a variety of environment like – children plays inside of the field, balloon seller comes around you and also could eat local street foods such as some popular are Dahi Bhalla, Gol Gappe, Bhelpuri etc., as well as ice cream and cold drink seller. The place takes on the appearance of a fair with cultural potpourri of India on showcase.

India Gate History at a glance:

Amar Jawan Jyoti in side the India Gate
Located at the centre of New Delhi, India Gate, is the India’s national epitaph. It was built in 1931, which is designed by Edwin Lutyens. The national monuments commemorates to the 70,000 Indian soldiers who had dead during First World War and another Amar Jawan Jyoti added after India’s independent in 1947, which burns day and night under the arch to remind the Indo-Pakistan War of December 1971.

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Author Bio:
Sandeep Manral
A seeker, learner and explorer, loves to travel which could be attributed to the fact that he was born and brought up in Uttarakhand located in Great Himalaya, a digital marketing professional by profession, Sandeep also loves to write on diverse travel topics along with regular features on SEO and Digital Marketing tips and tricks.


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