Places to visit in delhi on republic day or 26 january: Republic Day is celebrated every year on 26 January. Preparations for Republic Day across the country are now at their final peak, as only two days are left for 26th January.
On the occasion of Republic Day, the country's capital Delhi becomes more vibrant. Tourists from every corner of the country come to see the parade taking place in Delhi. In a way, Delhi gets colored in the colors of independence on the occasion of Republic Day.
There is a different fun in visiting Delhi on the occasion of Republic Day. If you are also planning to visit Delhi on the occasion of Republic Day, then you can explore these historical and wonderful places.
लाल किला (What is Red Fort famous for)
If you want to explore any historical place on the occasion of Republic Day, then first of all you should Red Fort Should reach. This fort present in Old Delhi is a witness to the golden history of India.
On the occasion of Republic Day, the Red Fort is painted in the colors of independence. The tricolor flag is visible everywhere here. Don't miss the evening light show at the Red Fort. Don't forget to visit the museum also. Along with exploring the Red Fort in Old Delhi, you can also explore the Jama Masjid and Chandni Chowk and taste the delicious cuisine.
- Entry ticket of Red Fort – Rs 35 for Indian citizens and Rs 550 for foreign tourists.
- Visiting time- 9:30 am to 4 pm.
Sunder Nursery (What is special about Sunder Nursery)
If you would like to roam among thousands of varieties of flowers on the occasion of Republic Day, then you should reach Sundar Nursery. A beautiful nursery is supposed to be a serene and beautiful place.
Around 300 species of trees can be seen inside the beautiful nursery. Many fountains have been constructed in this nursery, where you can sit and spend hours relaxing. You can also do memorable photography in the beautiful nursery.
Humayun's Tomb, included as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, located at a short distance from Sundar Nursery, can also be explored on the occasion of Republic Day.
- Sundar Nursery ticket – Rs 25 for children and Rs 50 for adults.
- Visiting time- 9:30 am to 5 pm.
Qutub Minar (Who built Qutub Minar)
Located in Mehrauli, South Delhi Qutub Minar It is a world famous historical site. It is also included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Thousands of domestic and foreign tourists come here on the occasion of Republic Day.
On the occasion of Republic Day, Qutub Minar is painted in the colors of independence. The lights show held here in the evening attracts a lot of tourists. Let us tell you that it is the world's tallest minaret made of brick and was built by Qutubuddin-Aibak.
- Tickets- Rs 35 for Indian citizens and Rs 550 for foreign tourists.
- Visiting time: 7 am to 5 pm.
Lodhi Garden (Is entry free in Lodhi Garden)
Lodhi Garden, built in the 15th century, is not only a historical site but also a popular tourist destination. Thousands of families come here during weekends to have picnics.
Even on the occasion of Republic Day, thousands of people come here to visit with family, friends or partners. More than a dozen varieties of flowers can be seen closely in this garden. Here you can also explore the big dome and Sheesh Gumbad present in the middle of the garden. You can also explore Safdarjung Tomb, located at a short distance from Lodhi Garden.
- Ticket-There is no ticket required to visit Lodhi Garden.
Who built the Purana Quila
Purana Qila situated on the banks of Yamuna River in New Delhi is a historical fort as well as a popular tourist destination. On the occasion of Republic Day, people come here from far and wide to visit.
On the occasion of Republic Day, there is a lot of activity in the Old Fort and surrounding places. You can also enjoy boating inside the old fort. Let us tell you that this fort was built by Sher Shah Suri during his reign between 1540 and 1545.
Note:- If you are planning to visit India Gate or National War Memorial on the occasion of Republic Day, then let us tell you that you can get stuck in the crowd here. Many times they remain closed to the general public on the occasion of Republic Day.
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