One of the major heritage and historic sites in India includes India Gate. This memorial was built to commemorate the bravery of the 90,00 soldiers who lost their lives during the World War I and Afghan War. It honors the dead soldiers of the British Indian Army fighting for the Indian empire. You can find this national monument at the historical site of Rajpath. It has been recognized as the largest war memorials in the whole of India. It is a major landmark of New Delhi and has the Amar Jawan Jyoti burning beside it.
India gate in New Delhi is a huge structure that measures 42 meters in height. It has over the years become of the major tourist attraction and Delhi tour remains incomplete without visiting this remarkable memorial. People even visit this site to take rest in the scorching summer months. Also a very popular picnic spot it is also known as the All India War Memorial and was said to be built by the Lutyens.
India gate is really an architectural marvel in the true sense of the word. There is a shallow dome shaped bowl in the top, which burns with oil during the anniversaries. It has the names of the thousands of soldiers engraved in it to salute their courage, bravery and love for their country. Close to this memorial, you can find the Amar Jawan Jyoti that lights flame all round the year to pay homage to the valor of the soldiers who gave away their lives during the Indo-Pakistan War.
Coming to India Gate, you will find this place crowded with people and visitors. The cries of the vendors and peddlers fill the air. Here, you can freak out on some tasty snacks like fruit chaat, bhelpuri, chana jor garam, dal ka pakodas, potato chips, ice cream, candy floss and aerated drinks.
You can take part in various activities going on in this place and can also be an amusing spectator. Play various games and enjoy the sight of the performance of the monkeys. Go for a camel ride and enjoy the ferris wheel.