Things to see / do in India Gate , Raj Path, New Delhi , India

Historical Importance / Architect / plan / height / elevation / layout / children's park of India Gate
Atop the India Gate, the line " To the dead of the Indian armies who fell honored in France and Flanders Mesopotamia and Persia East Africa Gallipoli and somewhere else in the close to and the far east and in sanctified memory as well of those whose names are recorded and who fell in India or the north west frontier and for the duration of the Third Afghan War " is emblazoned in capital letters. The names of the soldiers who passed away in these wars are as well extolled all alongside the walls of the arch. There is a shallow domed sink at the apex of the gate.
Later on the 1971 Indo Pak War, a shrine specifically Amar Jawan Jyoti, the flare of the immortal warrior was put up at the foot of the India Gate to honor all the soldiers who sacrificed their lives to protect the nation. This four face of black marble memorial composed of a rifle situated on its barrel, with a helmet of soldier atop the bayonet and the words Amar Jawan i.e. Immortal Warrior emblazoned in gold on its entire facade. It as well has four everlastingly lighted bonfires to memorialize their courageous performance at the corner of the square bottom on which commemorative plaque is positioned.
India Gate situated in the middle of gorgeous environments of abundant green lawns with a renowned boat club and a children's park of children in close proximity. The two and a half km long Rajpath the path of the King, a lined avenue of trees edged by lawns with systematic flowerbeds and snappish hedges, flanked by the India Gate and the Rashtrapathi Bhavan tenders a striking outlook. India gate is moreover the centre point of numerous significant roads, which are at the moment blocked to public owing to terrorist threats. The gorgeous environment attracts a great deal of people particularly for the period of the evenings when the gate is lit up.

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