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This place has it's own great importance.this is not just a touring place,it has a great memory of British indian army. India Gate is a memorial to 70,000 soldiers of the British Indian Army who died in the period 1914–21 in the First World War and the Third Anglo-Afgan...More
Though the monument has been built by British , but maintainance, the atmosphere henerates sense of pride and gives contentedness whenevr I visit the place.well organised, protected, safe place. Must visit with young children to show them the pride of Nation.Close to Delhi Railway station....More
This monument was constructed in 1931 in memorial of 10000 indian soldiers who went to fifth WW1 but never came back. It has names of all the 10000 martyers inscribed on it . It's peaceful to visit during afternoon but is crammed with people in...More
The India Gate has a great historical significance serving as a War memorial. It’s a reminder of those who died in WWI (70,000 British Indian troops). It is also a recognized location in Bollywood or Hollywood movies (in Delhi). It also has been a gathering...More
I visited there and enjoyed very much Running there Eating there and enjoying with my family and the nice breeze of air that remains always there and the Amar Jawan Jyoti that is always alive and will be reminds of the great freedom fighters of...More
It’s massive, I really enjoyed the monument. It has amazing details to give it a unique design. There is a lot of people so expect to have other people in the background. I had to ask people to move aside after they were done taking...More