After breakfast, continue for an entire day city visit the Red Fort, Chandni Chowk Bazaar and Khari Baoli zest market on your approach to visit Jama Masjid. Perhaps the biggest mosque on the planet and the biggest in India, it was worked by Shah Jahan to rule the city. At that point, advance toward Raj Ghat, a dedication worked to remember the site of Mahatma Gandhi's incineration.
Next, pass under the high stone entrance of India Gate, developed in the memory of Indian fighters who kicked the bucket in World War I and drive along Rajpath (King's Way), the stylized street making a beeline for Rashtrapati Bhavan, official home to the President of India. In the early evening, continue to south Delhi, where you can visit the UNESCO World Heritage-recorded Qutub Minar, India's tallest minaret, made of red sandstone and marble and engraved with stanzas from the Quran. Next stop Lotus Temple finished in 1986. Striking for its flowerlike shape, it fills in as the Mother Temple of the Indian.
Return to Delhi hotel for overnight stay.