India Gate, a beautiful archway made using sandstone, is situated at the Yamuna river Bank,
Delhi, India's capital. It was built to commemorate the Indian soldiers who laid down their
lives in wars fought between 1914 and 1919. It was originally called the All-India War
India Gate is recognized as the world's largest global war heritage.
In 1947 Amar Jawan Jyoti, a new structure, was added to India Gate to honor brave soldiers who sacrificed their lives. It was inaugurated by Indra Gandhi, The former PM of India.
Every year on 26th January, The day is celebrated as Republic Day in India. The India Gate stands witness to the Republic day parade followed by Rajpath, Compromises of marching contingents, tanks and weaponry, folk dances, and school children from different parts of India participate in the Parade. The President Of India places a wreath at Amar Jawan Jyoti's eternal flames to pay respects to the Indian Armed Forces.
Following are the other famous visitors attractions near India Gate:
India Gate is easily convenient from all parts of New Delhi by road and can be reached by bus, taxis, and autos. It is near Rajiv Chowk at the eastern end of Rajpath in Central Delhi. Central Secretariat is the nearest metro station to it.
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