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Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is a famous attraction of Sikhs in New Delhi if you want to visit this place by Car then Hire Me Cabs provide Car rental Service in Delhi At the reasnable price, our price is best beyond your imagination without inconvenience our cab is neat & clean and air-conditioned we also offer the wide range of the luxirious car. It is an impressive structure with its golden domes located near Contextless and the 8th Guru of the Sikhs is famous for being associated with Guru Harkishan. This Gurudwara is also famous for its 'Sarovar' lake, whose water is called 'Amrit' (holy water) by the members of Sikh community. Gurudwara Pradhan was originally the bungalow of King Jai Singh, ruler of Amber of the 17th century and then it was known as Jaysinghpur Mahal. It is believed that the 8th Guru of Sikhs, Guru Harkishan lived in this bungalow during his stay in Delhi in 1664. During his stay, terrible diseases like chickenpox and cholera spread in the area and he used to give water to the wells located in the palace premises to help the patients. Guru too slowly got caught by these diseases, which led to his death in 1664. Later, Raja Jai Singh constructed a pond on this well and this is the same water which is currently considered sacred to the Sikh community. People from all over the world take water from this pond and keep them safe in their homes. It is still believed that this water has medicinal properties. The Gurus are surrounded by a lake, a kitchen, an art gallery, Baba Baghel Singh Museum, a hospital and a library.If you also want to enjoy Delhi sightseeing then book an online cab and taxi with Hire Me Cab for further information please visit our website https://www.hiremecabs.com/ and contact us +91 8716988888,9316502800

 

Car Rental service for Akshardham or Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple, located in Delhi, is a true depiction of Indian culture, architecture, and spirituality. It took 5 years to complete this temple complex, which was completed under the able leadership of Swami Maharaj, the head of the Shri Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha. This temple was built in collaboration with 11,000 artisans which included more than 3,000 volunteers, this temple complex was inaugurated officially on November 6, 2005. Significantly, the temple is built by keeping the nuances of Vastu Shastra and Panchrata Shastra in mind. The entire temple complex is divided into 5 major parts. The main temple complex is located in the middle of the center, right in the center. This 141 feet high structure comprises 234 superb carved pillars, 9 ornate domes, 20 summits, a grand Gajendra (stone elephant chair) 20,000 sculptures. Besides, statues of divine personalities, sages, devotees, and saints have also been made here. This temple is built with a mixture of pink sandstone and white marble, the thing to consider in this temple is that in the construction of this temple, steel (steel) and concrete have not been used in any part of the temple. This temple also has a "hall of value" or a coherent demonstration, which shows the events related to Swaminarayan's life using animated robotics and These incidents bring us the message of peace, harmony, and these incidents also inspire us to humility, to others and to worship the Almighty. Nilkantha Kalyan Yatra is a movie which is shown on the huge screen, which is another attraction of this temple complex. The films shown here offer the audience with various religious places, their culture, festivals, etc. The tourists coming here can take a boat ride, which will also make you aware of much important information during this visit. Musical fountain situated in the Yajna-Purusha Kunda is another major attraction of the complex. This is a rare combination of a Vedic Yagya kund and a musical fountain here. Kund or stepped is the world's largest steppe, in the evening there is a musical fountain, and here also there is an eight petals lotus defined by the advanced knowledge of mathematics in India. India Park or "Garden of India" is a giant lush garden which is prepared with children's bronze sculptures, women, freedom fighters, eminent personalities and remarkable figures of India. Other attractions of the campus include Yogi Hriday Kamal, Nilkanth Abhishek, Narayan Sarovar, Premvati Ahargroon and Arsh Kendra. If you are in Delhi, then you must get a lot of time to see this round of the temple.

 

The tomb of Mughal emperor Humayun is located near the famous old fort of Delhi. In the memory of Humayun, this mausoleum was started by his wife Hamida Bano Begum in 1562, while the structure was designed by Parsi architect Mirk Mirza Ghieth. The tomb was erected nine years after Humayun's death. Humayun's Tomb of Delhi is a major tourist attraction between Lodhi Road and Mathura Road in eastern Nizamuddin area and in 1993 it was declared as World Heritage by UNESCO and the best example of Mughal architecture in India. This gardened tomb is surrounded by walls all around, with beautiful gardens, small canals of water, fountains, pavement and many other things are found. There are many other Mughal rulers' tombs in this fascination. The names of other tombs and buildings of this place are - Charbagh Garden - This quadrangular parasitic garden is the garden and the first of its kind in South Asia. Barber's Tomb - In the Chabaddivari there is a Tomb named Barber-Ka-Gumbad, which is the grave of a royal barber. However, because of no insignia on it, it is difficult to find out who is this grave. Other buildings inside the Humayun's Tomb Campus include the tomb and garden of Bauhalima, the tomb of Isa Khan and the mosque, the blue dome, the Afsarla Tomb and the Masjid, the Shilah Nizamuddin Auliya and the Arabian Sarai.

 

Qutub Minar (also known as Qutab Minar or Qutab Minar) is the famous Indian historical monument, which is counted in India's second largest tower (the first minar Fateh Burj (Chappar Chidi, Mohali), which is 100 meters long). Qutub Minar is 73 meters long, which is built in Indo-Islamic style. It has been added to UNESCO World Heritage. It is open every morning from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. It is situated on Mehrauli, Delhi-Gurgaon road. Looking at this monument is a good way to know about history. Delhi is a city famous for many historical monuments.

Tourists from all the main attractions of Delhi,  You easily reached by Our car rental Service India Gate are most likely to go. Founded in the heart of Delhi, it stands proudly as a national monument of India. 42m This high-rise monument has been built like the Arch-de-Triomofé of Paris. The original name of this monument was All India War Memorial, which was built in the memory of almost 70000 soldiers. These were soldiers who had sacrificed their lives in the Third Anglo-Afghan War in World War II and in 1919 on behalf of the English army. Although the foundation of this building was laid by his Excellency, Duke of Connaught in 1921, this monument was completed in 1931 by the Viceroy Lord Irwin. This structure was designed by Edwin Luten. In its construction, red and yellow sandstone have been used along with granite. Under this monument, you can see Anant Jwala, "Amar Jawan Jyoti", who pay tribute to the soldiers who fought their lives for the country in the Indo-Pak war of 1971.Our drivers are skilled and experienced for further information visit our website www.hiremecabs.com and contact us +91 8716988888,9316502800.Hiremecabs gives you best ride experience from Delhi from India Gate without any inconvenience, they are also on the reasonable price Our drivers are skilled and experienced for further information visit our website www.hiremecabs.com and contact us +91 8716988888,9316502800.

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