Delhi, India’s national capital will get a new tourist spot, just in time for the Commonwealth Games. Guru Tegh Bahadur Memorial, an architectural marvel constructed along the National Highway 1 (GT Karnal Road) near Singh Border with the backdrop of green landscape will provide an insight into the life and teachings of the Ninth Guru of Sikhs. The architectural marvel built by Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation (DTTDC) would be known for his architecture, design and world-class illumination.
“It has a unique concept. The central pylon represents Guru Tegh Bahadur while the three semi-arches represent his three disciples. Ten monoliths around it represents ten Sikh Gurus and disseminate their teachings,” chief engineer Jose Kurian said.