Around the Delhi IVF

Delhi, capital of India is one of the fastest growing city, situated at the bank of Yamuna. Delhi has some of the oldest monument and finest museums in the country and lot of tourist destination around the city.

Inside Delhi

The Red Fort

Situated on the bank of Yamuna river has a circumference of 2.2 kilometer. Mughal emperor Shajahan, has built this to join mughal power at one place. Before Shajahan actually moved from Agra to Delhi, he was prisoner by his son Aurangazeb. It has amazing architectural design where you can see Mumtaz Mahal, Rang Mahal, Khas Mahal, Diwan-e-Am, Hammam, Shah Burj etc. There is Light and Sound show every evening.

Purana Quila

One of the ancient fort, Archeologist found grey painted pottery and other remains which is concerned to Mahabharata.

Qutub Minar

Highest stone tower in India, It was built by Qutbuddin Aibak. It symbolizes the Ghori victory over the Rajputs. The tower and this victory give birth to new dynasty i.e. Slave Dynasty.  The minar is five story building with 72.5 meter height. Within this complex, is the famous iron pillar which is 7.2 meter long, which stands so far without rusting and is proof for the advance knowledge of metallurgy2000 years ago. It's a successful tribute to architecture design and monuments.

India Gate

This monument was built in the memory of 90000 Indian soldier who died in world war I. It was earlier called as All India War Memorial, and was built in 1931. The names of the soldier was scribed on the wall of the gate. Later on in the memory of soldiers died in 1971 war, against Pakistan, flame was lighted in front of arc. Its stands at the end of Rajpath and is a picnic point for people in the summers.

Location at the outskirts of Delhi


City with history of many centuries, is known to be a birthplace of Lord of Hindus /  blue god named Krishna. Mathura has lot of holy shrines and kunds, legends and myths, which has a deep belief in the hearts of the people. Situated on the bank of river Yamuna, its holy Ghats extents the religion fervor of the city. Historians says that the city has been ruled by the Mauryan kings during 4th to 2nd century B.C. Various monumental of the Buddha is found in the city built by the King Asoka during the 3rd century B.C.


means Gateway to God. Hari is synonymous to God and Dwar means gate! Situated on the bank of Ganga, this holy place is a famous religious place. People not only want to visit here but also want their ashes to be put into the Ganga at Haridwar. Haridwar is a treasure of temples  and religious places.

Sariska (Rajasthan)

Sariska is famous for the tigers, you might have seen everlasting images of the tiger licking its whiskers and staring at the Television cameras. It is located at a distance of 110 km from Jaipur, situated on the Aravali hills, this area is covered with thick forest. This place is again surrounded by lot of monuments and temples, which has historic interest.

Corbett National Park (Uttaranchal)

Corbett National Park was established in 1936 as a reserve area for tigers. The place is located 300 km from Delhi. The best time to visit the park is between November and June. It is a heaven for bird watchers, environmentalists, wild life enthusiasts and nature lovers. It is famous for its wealthy flora & fauna and rich in vegetation.

Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary (Haryana)

It is another good bird sanctuary and is located 46 km away from Delhi. The best time to visit the place is between October and June.


A sacred city of Hindus, where everyone want to visit at least once and is 10 KM from Ajmer. Through a lot of climate variation and border area, a lot activities like fairs, safari, Festivals take place here. Pushkar Fair is a colorful event, includes camel fair which is the biggest in the world.


One of the first planned city in India. It is one of the foremost tourist destination in north India. It is also known as pink city of India and famous for its palaces, majestic building and architecture design. Apart from the building and monuments, this city has attraction for the handicrafts and marvelous jewelry.


Jewel of Mewar, Kashmir of Rajasthan, Venice of the East are some of the names given by people. Famous for its natural beauty, wonderful location, blue Pichola Lake, palaces, craft work, textile, painting and romantic hotels.

TajMahal at Agra (Utter Pradesh)

Agra is located at a distance of 253 km from Delhi and is famous as one of the seven monuments of the world. Other than TajMahal there are other monuments like Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri and Firoz Khan Tomb. It is one of the foremost tourist place in India. It is a crowning master piece of architectural excellence, built in the memory of Mumtaj by her beloved husband Shah Jahan. It is an exquisite centre of culture and arts.


(Uttaranchal): Rishikesh is located on the riverbank of Holy Ganges. It is naturally blessed by the god for its attractive places. It is placed at the foothills of the lower Himalayas. It is  225 km away from Delhi, mainly famous for yoga, white river rafting, trekking, camping and other religious events.

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