Delhi is not only the political seat of India but is also one of the most important metropolitan cities, which is explored by not only Indian visitors but by visitors from all around the world. Carrying a distinct charm, this city is a perfect blend of old tradition as well as modern sensibilities. From the ancient times, Delhi has been the seat of power of various rulers and remained so in during the British Raj too. Several beautiful churches were erected at the time of the British rule as most of them were also the followers of Christianity. These churches today are a part of the city’s heritage.
Delhi is inhabited by people who are followers of various religions, Christians forming a good number who visit these churches in Delhi. The churches listed below are the most ones. You can go through their history, architectural style, events organized and importance by clicking on the name of the church:
- Central Baptist Church in Delhi
- Cathedral of the Sacred Heart in Delhi
- Cathedral Church of the Redemption in Delhi
Delhi, the capital city of India is also its largest metropolis, which has been given several names in the due course of its history such as Indraprastha, Hastinapur, Lal Kot, Shahejahanabad and more. From the ancient times till the British rule, Delhi has been ruled by more than 88 rulers who belonged to12 different dynasties. Each one of them brought various changed in the fate and face of Delhi because of which 9 adjacent cities also came up. Most of the rulers erected one or more monuments at the time of their reign. These architectural gems are now a part of the heritage of the city as well as the country.
Below listed monuments in Delhi are not just old buildings but also consist of tombs, Havelis and bungalows. You can browse through the individual monument pages to read about the constructing ruler, history and architecture so that you can know more about these beautiful structures.
- Ghaziuddin Khan's Madarsa and Tomb
- Lal Kot in Delhi
- Razia Sultan's Tomb in Delhi
- Shah Alam’s Tomb in Delhi
- Mirza Ghalib Haveli
- Mirza Ghalib's Tomb
- Humayun's Tomb
- Safdarjung's Tomb