Humayun's tomb is one of the most significant attractions in New Delhi, which is the UNESCO World Heritage Site. By its architecture, the tomb reminds the famous Taj Mahal. It was the first garden-tomb built by Hamida Bega Begum in honor to her dead husband - Mughal Emperor Humayun.
The National Museum is located in the center of New Delhi. The exposition is the unique collection of Indian and Central Asian pieces of art. The visit to this attraction in India will lift the veil of mystery of the separate epochs in the thousand-year history of the Central Asian civilizations.
The Jama Masjid of Delhi or Masjid-i Jahān-Numā is the biggest mosque in India, and that’s why it is one of the most frequently visited attractions in New Delhi. “Jama” stands for “Friday” mosque. It is located south-west of Red Fort. It’s absolutely free to attend it though the non-Muslim must not enter the mosque during the prayer.
The Lotus Temple in New Delhi is an unbelievable architectural masterpiece of the world which was erected more than 40 years ago. It practices the religion called the Bahá'í Faith. For the last couple of years, the temple has become pretty popular and attracts crowds of visitors.