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In 1911, Delhi was crowned the capital of British India. After the First World War, the India Gate was commissioned as a memorial to the brave British and Indian soldiers who served on the battlefields. Their names are etched in honor of their sacrifice. The arch was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, the primary architect who shaped New Delhi’s cityscape. His vision was so critical that sometimes, New Delhi is referred to as “Lutyen’s Delhi.” Commune with fellow tourists at the hotspot and bask in the busyness. Hawkers and sellers add a lot of life and color to the otherwise historic site.
Open today: 24 hours
Rajpath, India Gate, New Delhi, Delhi, India
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