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Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium
The National Association of Street Vendors of India is set to bring their celebration of local Indian cuisine for the second time around. Last year, Delhites were seen binging to their heart's content, and with the winter cold combined with spicy street food, it is sure to attract foodies all over again.
DDA Siri Fort Sports Complex
Delhi is considered as a sports hub of India and so it has hosted many an important games till date. The Siri Fort Sports Complex on the August Kranti Marg is one of the oldest and largest sports complexes of the city. Being located just beside the Siri Fort, the name has been so given to this place. After a host of developments, the sports complex is now well equipped with the most modern facilities such as gym, badminton court, tennis court, squash court, etc. The complex is located adjacent to the Asian Games Village that is famous all around South- East Asia. School and college sports events are also organized here.
Jantar Mantar is a renowned name and an attraction is Jaipur which is famous around the globe. It is adjacent to the other highlight of the city, City Palace. Maharaja Jai Singh started this observatory in the year 1728. The structure of Jantar Matar looks more like a bizzare of sculptures. Yanta Mantr a Sanskrit word is behind the name of the monument which in English means an instrument used for calculation. The place has another added point to its credit in the form of UNESCO World Heritage Site tag. Scholars were sent to foreign countries by the Maharaja before he planned to construct this observatory.
This is one of the most important memorials on the banlks of the Yamuna River flowing in the capital city. not only is it a symbol of the capital city but a national heritage and a place of importance in the political history of India. The main attraction here is the black marble stone block which is placed just over the place where the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi was cremated following his assassination in the year 1948. This block is surrounded by a park which is lined with a number of memorable trees with labels such as the ones planted by Queen Elizabeth, ho Chi Minh of china and other such eminent personalities from the whole world. There are two museums dedicated to Gandhiji just nearby.