Almondz Hotel

4/3 East Patel Nagar, Near Metro Pillar No 171, Opp. Hotel Sidharth, New Delhi, National Capital Ter

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    fantastic fabulous

    by

    my stay was awesome . staff was friendly hotel was clean and the one of the best think the hotel interior its really look like a 5 or 7 star hotel. thanks for making my trip fantastic quality food and comfortable bed shower room size bad size bathroom size every think is really perfect fully comfort table bad's and LCD TV actually good size. you feel and you can say that ya am in haven .. m really remanded this hotel now m waiting for next trip in Delhi m going to stay in Almondz Hotel. central air conditioner with room controller working good WiFi speed is speech less you can perfect .My wife and I really enjoyed our stay at the Almondz Hotel and would recommend this hotel to anyone looking fora hotel in Delhi . Everything was beautiful and the staff was great. We're both HUGE fans of Indian food and were very happy with the amazing Indian food at Forty 3 East. We're going back at the end of the summer and have already made plans to stay here again

    Unique Quality: central located , metro is station is just for 2 minute walk,

    Directions: central located

  • nice property in patel nagar

    by

    i like hotel almondz so much , because i like services like free internet services and backpacking services and hospitality is really good . staff is perfect . i like to stay again in almondz hotel in Delhi.

    Unique Quality: i like hotel rooms and services and area of this hotel really great .

    Directions: so close of metro station .

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Shisti Dargah close to Delhi

by elifrana

Hi All,

We have heard of Shisti Dargah close to Delhi. This is a Sufi saint. We would like to go visit but we don't know where excatly it is and how to go?

Can you please help?

Thanks
Itir

Re: Shisti Dargah close to Delhi

by Chintoo

Hi,

I think you are talking about Ajmer Sharif.. which is the Dargah of Sheikh Salim Chisti... a sufi saint..

If so.... you can catch a train from Delhi i.e. Ajmer Shatabdi (early morning) and you will reach at Ajmer by the afternoon.... same train back to delhi would be possible the next day as it is scheduled to depart from Ajmer in the noon... you can stay overnight in Pushkar which is really a nice tourist destination (15 kms from Ajmer).....

Chin2

Re: Shisti Dargah close to Delhi

by vpas

You could also hire a car to go to Ajmer from Delhi,which would be convienient especially if you want to visit other places in Rajasthan like Jaipur,Pushkar etc..You could halt at one of the places and make it a three day or five day trip according to the places you want to visit.
The Ajmer Dargah is very famous and Pushkar is a beautiful place which has the temple of Lord Bramha(which is very rare)
Hope this helps,
Regards,
Vpas

Re: Shisti Dargah close to Delhi

by Chintoo

Hi again,

I apologize for something... Dargah Ajmer Shareef is the shrine of sufi saint 'Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti' not sheikh salim chishti...

And i agreed with vpas... Jaipur is also a very good option if thinking to go Ajmer by road...

Chin2

Re: Shisti Dargah close to Delhi

by umashanker

You can visit the Dargah of famous sufi saint Nizamuddin Aulia and Amir Khusro in Nizamuddin,New Delhi.This is posh colony of New Delhi and the land mark is it is opposite to Humyun tomb.It is much crowded on Thrusday.
Best wishes
Uma shanker

Re: Shisti Dargah close to Delhi

by legalflcons

That is www.dargahajmer.com/

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Delhi Gate and the Walled City

by husain

In the early 17th century, when the Mughal emperor Shahjahan (who also built the Red Fort and the Taj Mahal) decided to build an `imperial city', the plan included a wall on all sides. Today, this part of Delhi is know as Old Delhi, and includes the Chandni Chowk, Red Fort, Jama Masjid areas... It is also referred to sometimes as `The walled City', though only fragments of the original wall are visible today.
There were huge gates and smaller windows through which people could enter or exit the city.
The city was said to have 14 gates, one of which was the Delhi Gate. This gate was often used, by the Emperor when he proceeded to the Jama Masjid for the Friday prayers.

The nice people

by SirRichard

People here are friendly (and very handsome). Sometimes you get some 'sticky' lads, asking you for money, buy souvenirs and so. The best way to know people in India is travelling by train (2nd class, of course!)

Brahma Sarover

by Scarlie

The Brahma Sarover is a vast water body. Lord Brahma conceptualised the site of the tank, giving it special sanctity. To bathe here on the days of an eclipse, amavasya (moonless night) or the kumbh is believed to absolve one of sins. In the centre of the tank stands the Sarveshwar Mahadev Temple looking like a lotus. The site is surrounded with prayer chambers.

A number of temples lie in close vicinity of this holy water body, of which the prominent one is the Lakshmi Narayan Temple. This temple lies opposite the Brahma Sarover. It is dedicated to Lord Narayan and His consort Lakshmi. The architecture of the temple belongs to the late 18th century, which adds a touch of history to the visit. The temple's tall pinnacle proclaims its presence from a distance.

All in One

by srhussaini about Hauz Khas

In Hauz Khas Village, boutiques and shops set in converted old homes up and down narrow alleys sell handicrafts, curios, old carpets and kilims, and designer clothing (both Indian and Western). Most stores are open Monday through Saturday from 10:30 to 7. Clothes & Handicrafts Very reasonable

Road

by undisputed

One can see a lot of cucle Rickshaws everywhere in the Delhi which will be good if u want to take a slow look on delhi.They will take u thru the narrow streets of the Delhi showing the beauty of crowded,delhi life..

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