Avail Airline Tickets to New Delhi to Visit the Nehru Planetarium

New Delhi, the national capital of India, is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. Being the seat of judiciary, parliamentary and executive powers of the country, this famous city is also known for its glorious attractions that range from parks, museums, gardens, historical monuments, shopping arcades and religious shrines. The ideal time to visit this city is from the month of October to April during which the temperature remains pleasant for sightseeing. The city is well-connected to different parts of the country and abroad, as well. If you wish to fly to this amazing city, then you can book airline tickets to the Indira Gandhi International Airport to reach here.

Nehru Planetarium

This planetarium has been established in commemoration of the first prime minister of the country – Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru. Located on the grounds of the famous Teen Murti Bhavan, this museum was set up by the Jawahar Lal Nehru Memorial Fund. Officially referred to as the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, this monument was inaugurated in the year 1984. The museum was established to promote the education of astronomy. A prominent attraction of this monument is the spaceship – Soyuz T-10 that went to space carrying the first cosmonaut of the country, Rakesh Sharma.

Another popular attraction of this museum is the Sky Theatre, which has a dome shape and receives approximately two million visitors annually. This theatre provides information on planets and constellations, along with video clippings, computer animations, paintings and cartoons related to astronomy. If you are coming to India and landing at New Delhi, then do visit this magnificent museum. Some of the best international airlines fly to this country on a regular basis. If you want to book tickets on these airlines or on those that have low air fare, then you can go to different travel websites to cheap tickets to New Delhi.

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