The nation’s capital, Delhi revives the ancient and contemporary lifestyle in one. The center of art, heritage, culture, beauty, and history as well, Delhi never disappoints tourists with its mesmerizing charm. No India Tour is completed without visiting Delhi, even the most searchable India Tour Package Golden Triangle India Tour also includes Delhi in its tour circuit which is traversed along with Agra and Jaipur. It is the best way to get introduced with the Indian cultures and traditions in a short yet fruitful trip. While exploring Delhi there are many things to see and explore which you cannot miss. If you are a photographer and in a search for the perfect spot for photography, then you must take a look on to these places to visit in Delhi –
Hauz Khas Village –
Situated close to the Green Park metro station, Hauz Khas village is the spot where you can find monuments and lake as well. Accurately an urban village that holds Islamic seminary, water tank, markets, tombs, mosques, ancient monuments, and more which are worth for capturing a perfect view and a great click. If you are looking for a unique way to photograph in Delhi, then this place could be your delight.
Agrasen ki Baoli –
An ancient step well in the middle of Delhi, Agrasen ki Baoli beholds a sight for everyone. The old brick walls of the structure will take you back to history while gives the best shot to you. The impressive structure of Agrasen ki Baoli occupies a width of 15 meters and is 60 meters long as well. The enigmatic piece of architecture will surely give you hundreds of shots.
Manju ka Tila –
Photography is not only limited to the extent of historic monuments, but even you can also capture a perfect click in crowded streets. Click the Tibetan culture at Manju ka Tila which is a Tibetan colony well-known for colorful houses, monastery, Buddhist monks, Tibetan delicacies, traditional attires, and more. You are in luck to get numerous pictures of their daily life, culture, and monument.
The Tomb of Humayun –
What else could be more amusing than capturing architecture dated back to the 16th century? The monument and garden are worth of having hundreds of shots. Visiting during the sunset and sunrise will add a unique touch to your pictures. If you are done with the Tomb of Humayun, then you can proceed towards the Lodhi Garden which is not much far away from the monument.
India Gate –
The most photographed attraction of Delhi, India Gate offers the best sight during the night with a worth of capturing a photograph with the light lit. During the daytime, you can even get good pictures of the garden, boating, lake, and others. It gets crowd during the peak season and patriotic celebrations which is popular for its photogenic face.
Spread across 300 acres of land combined under an archeological park, Mehrauli is well-known for its 1000 years of history with more than 400 monuments scattered around it. You can capture various stunning pictures having the backdrop of these immensely beautiful structures. You can either capture the bricks and architecture or have a garden view at Mehrauli. The garden is popular for its stunningly beautiful stone carvings, lush vegetations, spiral walkways, and much more.
Shanti Stupa –
An imitation of Shanti Stupa of Leh in Delhi, this monument is the best photographic site in Delhi which gains lure of bid-winning photographers. Shanti Stupa is located inside Indraprastha Park which is an amazing hidden jewel of Delhi for photographer buff. Beautiful architecture and nature photography can be best done here during the sunrise and sunset.
Photography is an art and also need a beautiful backdrop where you can capture a perfect click. Delhi invites tourists from all over the globe including the photographer buff; if you are a one then these places will surely be a delight for you.