Delhi is the capital of India – a city and a?union territory in northern?India. Through most of its history Delhi has served as a capital of various kingdoms and empires. The three?UNESCO World Heritage Sites?in Delhi -?Qutb Complex ?Red Fort?and?Humayun’s Tomb?are among the finest examples of?Indo-Islamic architecture. Another prominent landmark of Delhi is?India Gate along with several famous places of worship of various religions. Akshardham?is a major tourist attraction in the city. Temples like?Laxminarayan Temple ?Gurudwara Bangla Sahib ?Lotus Temple and?ISKCON Temple as well as Mosques like the Jama Masjid attract many devout followers. Delhi is also a hub for?shopping?of all kinds. A 4-hour drive from Delhi down southeast into the state of Uttar Pradesh Agra lies on the banks of the?river Yamuna. splendid Mughal-era buildings most notably the?Taj Mahal ?Agra Fort?and?Fatehpur Sikri all three of which are?UNESCO?World Heritage Sites. Agra is included on the?Golden Triangle?tourist circuit ?with?Delhi?and?Jaipur and the city falls within the?Braj?cultural region. Other attractions are I’tim?d-Ud-Daulah Akbar & Mariam?s Tombs Ch?n? k? Rauza R?m B?gh Meht?b B?gh Keetham Lake the Mughal Heritage Walk and Paliwal Park (Hewitt Park). From the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception to the Mankameshwar Temple there are several places of worship in the city.