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10174, Gurudwara Road, Adjacent - Bikanerwala, Karol Bagh, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of
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Delhi Visit during end of July 2007

by yathri

myself and family ( 2 young kids )will visiting delhi for 5 days till end of july 2007. The stay has been arranged with arelative in gurgaon. I have sort of listed the places that are worth visiting i:e Chandni Chowk,Red Fort,Qutub Minar ,Jantar Mantar ,Cannought Place ,Pragati Maidan etc.
We prefer to moving around for the five days therefore would appreciate if some could advise regarding the mode transport from Gurgaon to these palces and other do's and don'ts.
How will the climate be during this period?
Further advice regarding any other places of interest would appreciated.
Regards

Re: Delhi Visit during end of July 2007

by ladagspa

Hi

Delhi + July = Sticky and HOT with some thunder/rain

Best bet with family is Taxi. 8hrs and 80kms is around Rs 800.

I would suggest you plan a day visit to Agra + Fatehpur Sikri by AC bus through any travel agent. Ask you relative to find the nearest agent and book in advance for a seat in the front.

In Delhi do visit Akshardam temple, Lotus Temple, National Museum, Birla Mandir and Dinner at Pandhara Park followed by ice cream near India Gate.

Travel Tips for Delhi

India Gate

by Bjorgvin

See the India Gate, a war memorial erected in honour of soldiers who died during the First World War, dedicated to the Unknown Soldier. This imposing structure (42m high) has an eternal flame to honour the memory of those heroes, and it bears the name of the 85,000 Indian Army Soldiers who died in the campaigns of WW1, and the conflicts of 1919.

Packing List

by husain

The summers are HOT!! May to August, its a pain hanging out in the sun during the days. So, bring all the summer clothes that you can think of!

Winters- it can get pretty cold between December and Feb. It gets to about 2 degrees cel... in the pic- holi at radhika's place (karma_kola on vt)

Khirki Masjid

by RAJASTHANBYCAR

Khirki Masjid was built by Khan-I-Jahan Junan Shah, the prime minister of Ferozshah Tughlaq (AD 1351-1388). The mosque may have served as a private place of worship of Khan-I-Jahan Junan Shah.
It is a small quadrangle-shaped mosque, and the only one of its kind-a mosque, which is closed on top. Mosques usually have an open courtyard where the faithfuls offer their prayers to God.Masjid has elaborate latticework on its windows.The pillars and brackets in the mosque show a high degree of indigenous influence. The roof of the Khirki Masjid is divided into squares through which sunlight streams in.Most of the squares, however, sport groups of domes on them. The mosque, which is built with rubble masonry covered externally with plaster, has majestic steps leading up to it.

The magic Rickshaw!

by schlumpf

To travel trough the streets of India, is pretty easy. Here you will never have any problem to caugh a taxi or a tuk tuk rikshaw, definitely not! You just need to stand and in the meantime you watch your clock few hundreds of rikshaw will ask you to caugh it! So, no worries at all.
For my personal experience, to travle trough Delhi is maybe better to take a taxi as the distances are pretty huge, so maybe is a cool idea to rent for an afternoon a taxi and make him bring you wherever you wish to.

Air con comfort!

by kentishgirl about Cafe 100


This restaurant is a clean, modern, air conditioned restaurant located centrally in New Delhis Connaught Place.
This place was listed in our guidebook, still we walked past it a number of times before we eventually found it!

Upon arrival, as we never had a reservation we did have to wait for a table, it wasn't for long though and it was well worth it!

The service here was friendly and polite and the food was delicous!
I ate a very tasty vegetarian Mousakka and Matt ate an Indian Thali. The food was hot and really yummy - we would definitley go back!

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