G20 Summit: Foreign guests can visit these 4 places including Qutub Minar, decoration of historical heritages will be grand..
Qutub Minar - According to media reports, some foreign guests attending the G20 summit have expressed their desire to see Qutub Minar. It is being said that he can go to see Qutub Minar. According to reports, a letter has also been received in this regard from the embassies of the UK and two other countries. In such a situation, Qutub Minar is being decorated in a special way. Security arrangements are being made there. Please tell us that Qutub Minar is located in Mehrauli, South Delhi. It is included in the very prominent and famous historical heritage of Delhi. The arrival of tourists here continues throughout the year. It is being said that like the elderly Khalifa, a laser lighting show will also be organized in Qutub Minar, which the delegates can enjoy.
Humayun's Tomb- If reports are to be believed, some delegates have expressed their desire to see Humayun's tomb as well. It is being told that this historical heritage is his first choice, which he wants to see closely. ASI officials will be deployed to take foreign guests here. Humayun's Tomb is a very beautiful monument inspired by Mughal architecture. Here is the tomb of Mughal Emperor Humayun. It was built in the year 1570.
Safdarjung Tomb - One of the famous historical buildings of Delhi, Safdarjung's tomb is located on Sri Aurobindo Marg in South Delhi. It was built in 1754 AD. It is a square two-storied building covered with a round dome of marble. Tourists from all over the country come to visit it throughout the year. According to the news, some foreign guests attending the G20 summit can also reach to see this historical heritage. In such a situation, full attention is being paid to its decoration and security arrangements. Lighting has been arranged in all these places in such a way that it will attract a lot of guests.
Red Fort- It is being told that foreign guests can also go to see the Red Fort. In such a situation, strong security arrangements are being made here too. The Red Fort is also being decorated in a special way. A complete arrangement of lights is being done.
Old Fort- Some delegates may go to see the old fort along with the Red Fort. In such a situation, in this two-day G20 summit, the country's capital Delhi was seen fully decorated and immersed in lights.
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