Karol bagh market in Delhi is great for bridal trousseau shopping. Here is what you can buy at the Karol Bagh Market including what to eat … Read More
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We list 9 must see havelis (mansions) in Old Delhi in this post and where to find them.
The Havelis of Old Delhi are crumbling. See them before they do.
The Havelis in Chandni Chowk are fascinating but time is taking its toll on them. Due to utter neglect and successive division of ancestral property, these Haveli’s are in ruins.
The haveli’s in old Delhi look nothing like the well preserved havelis in Rajasthan. Many of the havelis were destroyed in the Indian revolt of 1857, which led to the siege and plunder of Old Delhi
Kotla Mubarakpur walk in Delhi Kotla is a hidden gem in Delhi. 15th century relics live side by side with modern construction and cars here. The tomb of Mubarakshah from the 15th century is a classic example. Medieval Walls … Read More
I have grown up believing that you get the best deals in chandni chowk. I have known many people coming to Delhi from every where just for shopping in chandni chowk particularly for weddings. I must admit that I did … Read More
Day 1 Qutub Minar World Heritage Monument Lotus Temple Bahai Temple Greater Kailash-1 N Block Market Shopping Hauz Khas Village Lunch Lodhi Gardens Tombs and gardens India Gate War Memorial Rashtrapati Bhawan Presidential Palace Akshardham Temple Water Show post … Read More
One day Itinerary for Delhi Travelers have a hard time making sense of Delhi. Delhi is big and crowded but only 1/15th of it or about 7% has most of the important sights, shopping and eats. Here is a one … Read More
TripAdvisor just awarded us our fifth certificate of excellence. The 2017 certificate of excellence now makes us the only tour in Delhi that’s won the certificate of excellence five years in a row. The tour has been built from the … Read More
Do not miss the Surajkund mela in Delhi every year. This is a fifteen day event. It has been going for the last thirty one years and happens in early February. Write to us Here is what the event looks … Read More
If you are already in Delhi or are traveling to India post 9th of November 2016, you should accommodate the recent currency demonetization in your travel plans. The Government of India banned all existing ₹500 and ₹1000 notes on November … Read More
Delhi is not safe at night for wandering about alone. This said, if you go to the following places and you have safe transportation to these destinations and back, you will have a great time. The hotel or your tour … Read More