Landmarks/ Points of Interest in Minto Road

Top 5 Points of Interest & Landmarks in Minto Road (New Delhi)

Points of Interest & Landmarks in Minto Road

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  • RkRoadie
    Pune, India623 contributions
    Visited this place on 27 Mar 22. Somehow due to Covid restriction the authority has closed the main gate hence cannot visit inside. Just clicked one or two pics from outside and moved.

    Hope they do open the things so that tourist can enter inside,
    Written 13 April 2022
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  • RkRoadie
    Pune, India623 contributions
    Red fort is the most important architecture in India. The area has two different parking lot. One can park the car at Jama Masjid parking and walk towards ticket counter or else there is parking space near to Red Fort ticket counter as well.

    Vehicle entry is restricted ahead of parking place which is exactly at opposite site of main entrance of Red Fort hence one need to keep walking all through the outer boundary till main entrance of Red Fort.

    The picturesque Red Fort can be clicked from outside itself which dont need any sort of ticket. Once you enter inside the passage passes through Chatta Bazaar where you can shop for things (only cash was accepted).

    Inside the main campus there are many architectural building where you can click some more pics and come out again through Chatta Bazaar. Keep your ticket safe as the authority do check it again at exit.
    Written 13 April 2022
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  • beyondtravel
    Hyderabad, India1,965 contributions
    The hub of street shopping and branded clothing, a landmark area in itself with all variant from a to z, easily a must visit place.
    Written 14 November 2020
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  • Ravi A
    Flemington, NJ345 contributions
    A must see when visiting Delhi NCR. Especially visit at night to see the lighted buildings and water fountain in Tricolor of the Indian Flag
    Written 25 March 2021
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  • Brun066
    Florence, Italy10,960 contributions
    We learned from our guidebook that this complex, not far from the Humayun mausoleum, was worth visiting. So, after the visit to that mausoleum, we got transported to it by a motorickshaw.
    This is a high place for Muslim worship in present-day India.
    Dargah means mausoleum. Nizamuddin (full name: Khwaja Nizamuddin Auliya, 1238-1325) is a Sufi saint, belonging to the " Chishti" order. The order originated in present-day Afghanistan and is one of the four main orders of the sect of Sufi mystical "monks". Within the Chishti order, I learned that Nizamuddin is the founder of a particular branch, called precisely "Chishti Nizami".
    The surrounding neighborhood was named after him, and also the nearby Hazrat Nizamuddin station, which is today one of the three main railway stations in Delhi.
    Here the Nizamuddin shrine stands (which, however, is much later than him; as far as I read it dates back to 1562), together with other buildings, which host other shrines, shops related to his cult, and also a small baoli (stepwell).
    To get to the mausoleum, from the spot of Lodhi Road where our motorickshaw left us, we walked a narrow, picturesque and crowded pedestrian street, lined with shops of all kinds. These shops are evidently favored by the continuous influx of shrine worshippers. After passing through an entrance arch, the shops also continue inside, further narrow and winding. Finally, after skirting the baoli, you reach the very crowded area where the shrine stands, under a large, highly decorated marble canopy surmounted by an onion-shaped dome.
    No less evocative are other shrines that flank the courtyard where the main one stands.
    Behind an offer, we received our tray of rose petals, with which to sprinkle the shrine.
    The whole is extremely picturesque. And it certainly would have been even more so, if we had stayed until sunset, when, apparently, the Sufis sing poignant religious hymns. But it was not in our program to dwell so much.
    As far as we could understand, after the Great Mosque this is the most evocative Islamic place of worship in Delhi.
    Written 17 March 2020
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  • Denzel2014
    New Delhi, India773 contributions
    Any one who is in the jorbagh, India habitat center, prithviraj road area or even near INA should take out 30 min to visit this one of most easily accessible and visible monuments of Delhi. Less than 5 min walk from the jor bath metro station gets you here and if you stay a little post 6 pm, might be able to see this lit too
    Written 31 December 2019
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  • Sanjeev Takyar
    New Delhi, India173 contributions
    Wide roads and green surrounding, symbol of supremacy, fun to drive the car from India gate, approachable from south , central and west Delhi, Rashtrapati bhavan looks unique in the night
    Written 31 March 2020
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  • Ashok Gupta
    230 contributions
    One of the good market place in Delhi with all branded shops and food outlets. most lively place during evening hours with good crowd. Worth enjoying.
    Written 12 December 2019
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