Hotel Delhi Pride

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

12A / 28, WEA, Saraswati marg, Karol bagh, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110005, I
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Costs 61% less but rated 11% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Reliablle travel agent for Buddhist pilgrimage.

by virgi2001

My husband and I are traveling from Canada in order to tour the Buddhist pilgrimage sites in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. Does anyone have a tip or recommendation on a reliable source in India for setting up a guided tour?
We do not fit into the cookie cutter tourist packages that are available.
Any help would be great.:)

Re: Reliablle travel agent for Buddhist pilgrimage.

by marcia1

Hi, I've only been round the state of Maharashtra, but what I found was that most hotels have a tour desk, and you can just book with a tour company affiliated with the hotel to take you wherever you want to go. Those tour companies seemed to be small and independently run by local people, so our drivers could double as guides. Because such companies are affiliated with the hotel, nothing dodgy will go on because they know you know who to complain to - but we never had cause to complain anyway. And because of the currency differential, it is really not expensive to get your own driver and vehicle for the day this way. Plus, if the Buddhist sites you wish to visit are well known in the area, then it probably won't even be necessary to seek out a Buddhist driver/guide. In Mumbai, we got a taxi driver we liked to take us on a half-day tour of the city, and he showed us a Jain temple and a Parsi temple but I don't think he was either religion; and while in Aurangabad we had a Muslim driver who took us to sites that were sacred to both Hindus and Buddhists. There's widespread understanding of each other's religions there, to say the least...

Re: Reliablle travel agent for Buddhist pilgrimage.

by ottorickshah

Check out Potala Tours. They could book all or portions of your trip. People I know who have used them have been happy with the service.

Re: Reliablle travel agent for Buddhist pilgrimage.

by Swades

Dear friend, you can try with thsi agent: www.agtravels.com/ Erco Travel in Delhi...love and smile..vivek

Re: Reliablle travel agent for Buddhist pilgrimage.

by maneckk

Hi one of the best best would be to get in touch with Lotus Trans Travels, they have their office in the business district in Rajendra Place New delhi, close to Connaught Place and you can take the metro rail to Rajendra Place Station. Their contact is as follows
Lotus Trans Travels
G-1 Gopala Tower,
Rajendra Place,
New Delhi - 110005
011-25718125, 25766559

Website : www.lotustranstravels.com

The best thing about this company is that they have their own hotels in all the major buddhist towns like Kushinagar, Sravasti and Bodhgaya.
Best of Luck and take care.

Travel Tips for Delhi

Red Fort

by Bjorgvin

Visit the Red Fort. Lal Qila (Red Fort) along the Yamuna River is built of red sandstone and surrounded by a wall of about 2.4km. The Mughal King Shah Jahan (the king who built the Taj Mahal of Agra) transferred his capital from Agra to Delhi in 1639 and the fort was completed in 1648. The fort has two main entrances, the Delhi Gate and the Lahori Gate. In this fort the king granted audiences to the public and to important persons. An interesting Light and Sound Show is held at the fort in the evenings.

Not really necesary

by diageva

You can buy nearly everything at Delhi, so don't have to bring much things. You will find lots of cheap clothes and if you dont have space for so many new things you can buy very good bags at very good prices. Close shoes cause there are lots of rubish in the floor. Not white clothes cause you will look so clean. Bring medicaments for stomach problems. You can find photo equipment without problems at good prices. Mosquito nettings are useless because the ceilings are very high, and I didn't find many mosquitos so ... no problem You will want to cover your head and will need sunglasses

Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum

by RAJASTHANBYCAR

The Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum was the residence of the former Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi. It was in this house that she was assassinated by her own Sikh bodyguards on 31st October 1984. The house was converted into a museum after her assassination.

The museum conserves some of the belongings of Indira Gandhi, including the sari she was wearing when she was assassinated. There is a collection of photographs, which record the Nationalist movement and the Nehru-Gandhi family.

A modest bungalow, it is furnished simply and hung with photographs narrating her life from childhood days with the Mahatma to later off-duty relaxation with her grandchildren Rahul, Priyanka and Varun. It is surrounded by a charming garden where you can hear Mrs. Gandhi's speeches from megaphones hidden in the bushes. It was in this garden that she was assassinated.

The spot where Indira Gandhi was assassinated is enclosed in a glass frame. One can still see the dried blood spots.

Interesting way of seeing Delhi

by HarShe

An intersting way of seeing parts of Delhi is by autorickshaw. However, beware - they can be very crowded! You could however negotiate with the driver and book the whole rickshaw for your family or group. The older style, 'open on all sides' is much better for looking around. And dont forget the Delhi pollution you will be exposed to. In any case it is an interesting experience as you share the ride with the locals, and cheap too.

Distance Chart from Delhi to...

by husain

Distance Chart from Delhi to Various Cities & Towns (Highways- in Kms)

Agartala 2584 Gurgaon 30 Panaji 1912
Agra 203 Guwahati 1959 Paradwip 1713
Ahmedabad 915 Gwalior 321 Pathankot 476
Aizawl 2462 Haldia 1512 Patna 1015
Ajmer 389 Hassan 2130 Pondicherry 2357
Akola 1158 Hissar 164 Porbandar 1309
Aligarh 131 Hubli 1837 Pune 1417
Allahabad 628 Hyderabad 1499 Purulia 1246
Ambala 192 Imphal 2443 Rajpur 1176
Amritsar 447 Indore 807 Rajkot 1131
Asansol 1207 Jabalpur 814 Rajeswaram 2662
Aurangabad 1209 Jaipur 258 Ranchi 1162
Bakhtiyarpur 1063 Jaisalmer 793 Ranippettai 2280
Bangalore 2061 Jalandhar 364 Raurkela 1384
Barauni 1126 Jammu 583 Rohtak 71
Barddhaman 1310 Jamnagar 1217 Sagar 616
Bareilly 254 Jamshedpur 1321 Saharanpur 187
Belgaum 1753 Jhansi 424 Salem 2264
Bellary 1866 Jodhpur 589 Sambalpur 1438
Bhagalpur 1250 Jorhat 2262 Shahjahanpur 329
Bhavnagar 1102 Kakinada 1848 Siliguri 1484
Bhopal 744 Kandla 1096 Shillong 2059
Bhubaneshwar 1745 Kanniyakumari 2742 Shimla 343
Bikaner 460 Kanpur 408 Shivpuri 433
Bilaspur 1296 Kochi 2594 Silchar 2285
Calcutta 1461 Kohima 2298 Solapur 1533
Chandigarh 238 Kolhapur 1650 Srinagar 876
Chennai 2095 Kota 500 Surat 1170
Chittardurga 1994 Kozhikode 2416 Thane 1364
Coimbatore 2401 Krishnagiri 2152 Thanjavur 2452
Cuttack 1720 Kurnool 1709 Thiruvananthapuram 2814
Dehra Dun 235 Lucknow 497 Thrissur 2515
Dhanbad 1188 Ludhiana 305 Tiruchchirappalli 2398
Dhule 1066 Madurai 2507 Tirunelveli 2661
Dibrugarh 2398 Mangalore 2290 Tirupati 2062
Dimapur 2233 Meerut 65 Tuticorin 2641
Dindigul 2441 Moradabad 158 Udaipur 663
Durgapur 1247 Motihari 965 Ujjain 776
Ganganagar 409 Mumbai 1407 Ulhasnagar 1355
Gangtok 1598 Muzaffarnagar 116 Vadodara 1028
Gaya 1030 Muzaffarpur 1021 Varanasi 780
Ghaziabad 19 Mysore 2200 Vijayawada 1766
Ghazipur 825 Nagpur 1012 Vishakhapatnam 1880
Gorakhpur 763 Nanded 1390 Warangal 1862
Gulbarga 1691 Nashik 1222
Guntur 1798 Nellore 2022

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