The Jamma Masjid was the principle mosque of Old Delhi. It took 6000 workers almost six years to complete (finished in 1656) and he courtyard of the mosque can hold up to 25,000 worshippers!
Photos 6-10 are taken at Red Fort (or Lal Qila), another piece of Shah Jahan's famous architechture from the 17th century. Named after the red sandstone used to build the massive walls that surround the fort, Red Fort was contructed in 1638 when the capital was shifted from Agra to Delhi. Photo 8 shows the abundance of bird life in this part of Northern India.
The next four photos are taken at Charity Birds Hospital located within the compound of Lal Mandir, a nearby Digambar Jain Temple. Working with the Jain principles of "maitri bhaav" (friendship with all living beings) and "live and let live", dedicated vets attend to hundreds of birds that have been hurt and injured. The baby pigeon was only two days old, although the sanctuary housed many larger birds including kites and peacocks. More details can be found here.
The last photo is taken at Raj Ghat, the site at which Mahatma Gandhi was cremated.
Technical details: Sony a850 with Tokina 19-35mm and Tamron 28-75mm lenses.