‘Represents India’s character in Numerous Ways’
India’s capital since British era, Delhi, represents India’s character in numerous ways, truly logographs India’s sumptuous past and proliferate present. Delhi is the showcase of India’s ancient heritage and modern era evolution, and the perfect cultural mélange which offers something for everyone.
City is the witness of emerge and climax of many dynasties, once the capital of Tughlaq, Khilji and Mughal dynasties, and is as archaic as the epic Mahabharata. Today’s Delhi is also propitious enough with its multi-faceted culture and state of art sculptures. Happening night life, lip smacking street food, shopping convenience and back to back events turns the town the heartiest choice of travelers.
World Heritage Monuments: Delhi has many seductions, including three World Heritage Monuments; Qutub Minar, Red Fort and the Humayun’s Tomb, which are the mirror to the architectural opulence of India’s glorifying past.
Glimpse of Colonial Architecture: Buildings like President House, Parliament House and India Gate, among others are the glimpse to colonial architecture. In fact whole Connaught Palace area is built in British architect style.
Must Visit: ISKON Temple, Lotus Temple, Akshardham Temple, Jama Masjid, India Gate, Qutub Minar, Red Fort, Humayun’s Tomb, Chandani Chowk, Lodhi Garden, and Jantar- Mantar.
Shopping: Delhi is truly shopper’s paradise, right from branded malls to street outlets there is lot to explore and shop in Delhi. Janpath, Khari Baoli, Sarojani Nagar Market, Chandani Chowk, and Daryaganj, among others are prominent markets where you may get fashion goods, handicrafts and many other attractive articles.
Street Food: It’s not overstated that the essence of Delhi is its street food. Its gets better and better as you keep on discovering.
Well Connected, Easy to Reach:
Being capital city, political and cultural hub of India, Delhi, is well connected with rest of the world. You may easily reach there using various modes of transport. The transport within city is also good enough, Metro, public buses, taxis and cabs are easily available.
Delhi has both international as well as domestic airports. Capital is well connected to other major cities of India as well as rest of the world.
Regular trains are available to New Delhi from other major cities of the country.
Road connectivity is good. There are regular buses from major cities of the India, public as well as private. You may also reach Delhi by self driving or via taxi, if you desire so.