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  • When one hears the name of Delhi, one immediately thinks about India as it is the capital city of India. Delhi has been capital for not for the current democratic government but various historic kingdoms and dynasties. It is even one of the Union territory of India. Historians say people started inhabiting this region from the 6th century. Though Old Delhi and New Delhi reside side by side you get the feeling that they are quite apart. New Delhi is metropolitan with well-laid design and the Old city is part of past.

    With the mix of past and present, the people of Dilli or Delhi are called as Delhi-ites or Dilli wale. Kathputli Colony is the place where the folk artist, jugglers, magicians, dancers, puppeteers and many other artists live. Don't forget to do a little bit of shopping especially in Janpath,Dilli Haat,Paharganj etc., From exploring Delhi on a bicycle to watching how the handicrafts are made Delhi mesmerizes and makes you want to know everything special about it, and people here are very proud of it. Because of it, the city is abbreviated as "Dilwalon Ki Dilli". Cannot wait to visit the city then visit our website to grab the best deals.

  • The city may be filled with people and be ranked as one of the populous city, but its heart is still filled with greenery. The public transportation in Delhi uses Eco-friendly fuels like CNG gas and long ago Trams used to be part of Delhi transportation. The sad thing it is still highly polluted leading to the deaths of 10,500 people more or less every year.If your favorite hobby is cooking, then you try not to miss a visit to Khari Baoli Market. The air here is filled with smells of spices, and it overwhelms you. This spice market is not only largest spice market in Asia, but it can also be the largest one in the world.

    Raziya al-Din is the first and last women who ruled Delhi. Delhi used to be called as a walled city, even today you can find the five great walls among actual fourteen in various locations of the city still standing. Have you ever come across a museum dedicated and even now showcasing toilets, then visit  “Sulabh International Museum of Toilets”.

  • 1.India Gate: Reminding and bearing the names of the 13,516 Indian and British soldiers who lost their lives during the First World War, 1914-1921. In 1971 another structure now named Amar Jawan Jyoti or the Flame of the Immortal Soldier is added to India Gate, it is where you see eternal flame like the eternal souls of the soldiers died in the war. 

    If you are interested in Art and History then you must visit National Gallery of Modern Art, National Museum of Natural History. Along with the above-mentioned places, Parliament House and Jantar Mantar are very near to Red Fort.

    2.Rashtrapati Bhavan: The place is occupied by the current president of India. It is an enormous building or Bhavan which is an integral part in 130 hectares. The main attraction is Mughal gardens constructed in Persian style and well planned in a walled enclosure. You can make a request online if you desire to visit the Rashtrapati Bhavan on the official website and submit the details requested. If approved enjoy your visit.

    3.Red Fort: Named by UNESCO as World Heritage Site it represents the royalty and ancestry of India. Another name of this fort is Lal Qila, you will know how it got the name when you have a look at it. It has facilities like Hammam for bath, Moti Masjid to offer prayers, Diwan-i-Am and the Diwan-i-Khas to interact separately with public and discuss decisions in private all these are arranged to facilitate the requirements of Emperor. Better to hire a guide to know history in depth.

    4.Qutab Minar: Another UNESCO World Heritage Site with minaret of 73 meters long, it is having five storeys. Named on Sufi saint  Qutb-ud-din Aibak or Qutbuddin Bakhtiar Kaki and matches the pattern of Afghanistan minaret. The public is not allowed inside the minaret.

    Purana Qila, Humayun’s Tomb, Safdarjung’s Tomb, Tughlaqabad Fort are among the well recognized historic places in India.

    5.Jama Masjid: Build in the 17th century it is the present largest mosque in India. With its peaceful demeanor, eye soaring minarets, the inside arch of the dome filled with beautiful patterns. At once 25,000 people can offer prayers their prayers in this mosque and cost one million for the Emporer Shah Jahan to give it a shape.

    Fatehpuri Masjid, Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya are some of the other famous Dargahs in Delhi.

    6.Akshardham Temple: Akshardham is one of the sacred and most visited Hindu temples. The deities, pillars designed with carvings, about 148 life sized elephant statues bear the weight of the temple.  Rajasthani pink sandstone and Italian Carrara marble are used in framing the building and artwork. One more interesting thing is metal and concrete are not used in this structure to increase the life span of the temple. There are water shows, exhibitions and a lot more. Dress conservatively and any kind of electronic gadgets are not allowed.

    Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is one of the well worshipped and widely visited place by Sikhs where they worship their 8th guru, Guru Har Krishan. Visit Lotus Temple as it represents oneness in God. Don't plan your tour on Monday, as most places are closed.

  • Many think and feel there is not much nightlife in Delhi that is because many don't know the right localities and fun places to visit. Photography, Stargazing in open spaces, Ghost walking without being seen by your friends and partner with your friends for a dance and these are part of Delhi nightlife. The places to dance and chill with friends are Agni for glamor and the glitter, Kitty Su has the enormous dance floor, Raasta is an energetic having fun environment and have the exotic range of cuisines varying from European, Thai to Mexican.

    Pick your choice from wide range of cocktails in the classy place like Hauz Khas Social, Hauz Khas. Best Sufi music in S Bar & Restaurant and drink under the stars in Kylin Sky Bar, few more places are The Library, The Beer Cafe, Soi 7.

    Hard Rock Café, Hybrid, TC Bar & Restaurant for live consorts, bands and soul touching music.If you are Wine lover visit Discovery Wine, Wine Hub. And there are many other activities from Road trips, Games, Street food and Night movies.

  • Walking on roads with morning breeze caressing you, if you feel chilled I will suggest hot paratha for you instead of coffee or tea. Delhi parathas are very famous and will make you want to taste more. Some paratha shops even allow you to make special paratha from the items you select, definitely try it. Two famous dishes from Delhi are Tandoori Chicken and Butter Chicken. And the correct place to visit is Moti Mahal where the dish of Butter Chicken came into life. Tasting creaminess of Butter chicken with the combination of Partha and savoring the succulent tandoori chicken is like heaven, you will leave an empty plate behind and with your belly full. 

    Delhi cuisine is greatly influenced by various kingdoms established here, the notable mark is of Mughals on the dishes. Chicken tikka masala, Dal makhani, Brain masala, Burrah kabab, Mutton qorma, Shahjahani murgh, Mutton nihari, Reshmi seek kabab, Tangri kabab, Murgh malai tikka are some famous items in Mughalai Cusine.

    Food capital of India and exclusively famous for its street food is Chandni Chowk. Famous list to taste in Chandni Chowk is frothy and creamy ‘Daulat ki Chaat’, sweet syrupy Jalebi, Dahi Bhalla, Aloo Tikki, Kebabs in Karim's, different varieties of kachoris and the list can go on.

    Coming to the end the Kulfi's made with infusions of various fruit varieties, Special Rabdi Faluda and modern desert varieties are available in Chowk.

  • 1.Worlds of Wonder: Making a place for itself by being one of the largest amusement parks in Asia, no wonder it is filled with jolly and daredevil rides.Amusement park and Water Park are the two segments of Worlds of Wonder. There are individual and combined packages available for these segments. Some of the rides test your mettle. Big Beat, Mega Disko, Rocking Roller and the water rides are full of fun. The water is clean and the staff is co-operative. Swimming suits and lockers are available for the extra amount.

    2.Fun N Food Village: Starting from 1993 it is one of the oldest park still having its mark with new and updated facilities. Lazy River the longest 400 feet channel ride is part of this village. Multi cuisine, Spas, Sauna, Snow part are few more attractions present in this park.

    3.Kingdom of Dreams: Kingdom of Dreams really makes your dreams come true with its looks, food, music and the great shows. Run by Great Indian Nautanki Company (GINC). The entrance itself gives a feel of the act that is going to happen and it looks and extravagance represents ancient Indian Movies. 

    4.Delhi Eye: Get a stunning view of  Qutb Minar, Humayun's Tomb, Akshardham temple and Red Fort when you go for a ride in the largest Ferris known as Delhi eye. By being the 5th largest Ferris in the world where the wheel diameter is about 49 meters.Equipped with 36 AC cabins, the visiting hours are from 9 AM to 8 PM.

    Drizzling Land, Adventure Island, AapnoGhar, Just Chill Water park, Splash are the water and amusement parks in Delhi.

  • Everyone around the world mostly knows India is a traditional country and even in India way of dressing styles vary from region to region. Try Indian clothes like kurtas, salwar and you can little modern wear like tees, jeans better to avoid shorts, skimpy clothing. They are comfortable and modest enough for you to navigate in India. Cover your head with a scarf or something while visiting temples and mosques. Avoid roaming alone, especially in Delhi it is not predicted to be safe.

    Be confident when talking to Autorickshaws and taxis, so you cannot be considered as an easy target. Also, inform your taxi number or auto rickshaw to your friends and inform it loud. Get yourself a prepaid SIM, which offers very cheap services as information these days is passed through messages and emails. 

    And carry a list of all the emergency numbers. 

    Coming to transport metros, local trains, taxis etc., are available. Buy a Tourist Card if you want to travel in the metro so that you can travel unlimitedly for 1 day or 3 days based on the card you purchased. Ladies Car in metro allows only ladies to travel which is a better choice. Have sanitizer and other items you need if you want to have a taste of Delhi street food. Avoid taking to men especially people who look homeless and rough. Always maintain a tough facade in unwanted surroundings.

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