We will start with the Laxmi Narayan temple
, which is a Hindu temple. Laxmi Narayan in Delhi, India, also known as the Birla Mandir temple. They typically refer to Vishnu with his consort, Goddess Lakshmi.
From here, we move to the Qutub Minar.
Red fort main gate, Lahore Gate, is one of the modern Indian nation's emotional and symbolic focal points and attracts large crowds every Independence day. The Head of government hoists the Indian 'tricolor flag' at the fort's main entrance every year on India's Independence Day, and speaks nationally from his walls.
Indian gate is in the center of New Delhi. Once this is over, we visit this great mosque of Old Delhi. Jama Masjid.
From here, we move on to yet another magnificent garden tomb. The first significant example of Moghul architecture in India is the Humayun Tomb.
The highlight of the day is when we move to the Rashtrapati Bhavan. It is an embodiment of India's democracy and its democratic, egalitarian and inclusive values, home to the Indian President.
The light and Sound program is there every Wednesday at the Rashtrapati Bhavan. The North Block and South Block, two buildings flanking the Delhi Rashtrapati Bhavan, will be a visual delight with a dynamic lighting system showcasing a large variety of themes.
Day two is over, and we move back to the comforts of our hotel.