Rajpath, New Delhi

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At Rajpath, see how a ceremonial boulevard became one of the most historic roads in India. If you start your walk from the western side, observe the presidential palace nearby situated on the Raisina Hill. As you head eastward, notice the vast lawns, canals, and rows of trees which decorate the avenue along its entire length. As you reach the end of the king's road, the India Gate--a triumph arch and war memorial--stands tall in the middle of Children's Park next to the national stadium. Many visitors like to attend the Republic Day parade here, which proudly showcases India's defense capability and cultural and social heritage. Arrange to visit Rajpath and other attractions in New Delhi using our New Delhi travel planner .
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  • RajPath is a Hindi word when split gives (Raja=King + Path=Street/Way). Walking on this Rajpath gives that feeling of a King. Mostly people walk from India gate to President's house (both of which are...  more »
  • The Rajpath drive up is itself so good and you can see the India Gate on the other end. This is the place where the Independence Day and the Republic Day Parades are held every year.  more »
  • If you get the chance to walk this road at night, I'd highly recommend it. It's not at all crowded, and quite beautiful.  more »

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