Raj Ghat : Back from Akshardham temple, we headed to memorial to father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi - Raj Ghat. As it was a government holiday that day, we could not enter the memorial. So, we had to be content viewing it from outside. Following are the photos of the memorial.
Red Fort : Our next visit was to Lal Qila or Red Fort, from where the prime minister of India unfurls the Indian national flag and delivers the Independence day speech every year. This historical structure was the residence of Mughal emperors. Typical of structures built of Mughals, this structure is majestic and of grandeur.
Chor Bazaar : Ironically near the royal Red Fort, you will also find the Chor Bazaar, literally meaning thieve market, famous for its cheap goods - electronics, books, clothes - anything, you name it. Cheap price also comes with no guarantee. You can just take a troll along the street to quench your curiosity.
|Raj Ghat, Delhi|
|close up of Raj Ghat, Delhi|
|Me in front of Red Fort, Delhi|
|ramparts of Red Fort, Delhi|
|side view of Red Fort, Delhi|
|Chor Bazaar, Delhi|