Lutyens Bungalow

39 Prithviraj Road, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110011, India
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how to reach new delhi air port to ALTTC-Ghaziabad?

by rramachandra

Any Pre-paid Taxi/Cab service availabe to reach from new delhi air port to Advanced Level Telecom Training Centre-Ghaziabad---thanks

Re: how to reach new delhi air port to ALTTC-Ghaziabad?

by lynnehamman

Yes- there is a pre-paid taxi available at New Delhi Airport. There is a booth near exit of airport. Pre-paid taxi rank is seperate from normal taxi rank. Just show the driver your receipt. He will take you to your destination.

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Festivals

by RAJASTHANBYCAR

The celebration of all the festivals of India by the residents of Delhi makes the capital full of colour and joy through out the year. But the celebration of Holi and Dewali in Delhi carries a totally different mood here. These two festivals paint a very different picture of Delhi. The pomp and gaiety of the Id and Guru Purab celebrations takes into its fold the people from all walks of life. Being the Capital City, the National Festivals are celebrated with much fan fare which lacks any where else in the nation. The decorations done on the various places of worship during these festivals are a feast to the eyes.

Chandni Chowk

by Bjorgvin

A stroll in the Chandni Chowk. Opposite the Red Fort is the Chandni Chowk, one of the main markets of Delhi, a very crowded and busy place. On one end of Chandni Chowk is the Fatehpuri Mosque, erected by the wives of Emperor Shah Jahan. This square, once inhabited by the well-to-do families, is interesting for its lively atmosphere and it is one of the best-known wholesale markets for textiles, electronic goods and watches in the country, but at the same time notorious for selling fake goods.

a few holy rivers of india

by vpas

The ganges which is the most sacred of the Indian rivers is in varanasi,old name benaras,also called kasi.you could go by train.Some parts of it are not clean.there are ofcourse many other temples that have a river running close by where people bathe.According to our beliefs it helps us overcome our sins and elevates us towards Godhead.
You could also visit Haridwar,and Rishikesh which are closer to Delhi and are less crowded and cleaner and also are very holy.

Quality goods

by call_me_rhia about Dilli Hat

Dilli Hat is an open air handicraft market run by Delhi Tourism - there are craftsmen from every state to sell their products directly - and there's an area reserved to delicious food stalls. Once again, they come from all over India. DIlli Hat is quite quaint - but what I liked about was the idea that there's no middlemen: everyone here sells their own goods - and because it's run by the authorities, the quality of the products is guaranteed. The small drawback is that prices aren't fixed, so that you still have to bargain for everything - I surely would have preferred it differently. But hey, one can't have everything. I also read that every craftsman is permitted to stay there for around 15 days - then someone else moves in in turn fabrics in particular, and dresses - both Indian and Western fashion It depends on your bargaining skills - but India's cheap in general

For foreigners, the flights...

by Nikdinde

For foreigners, the flights and the Shatabdi and Rajdhani trains that connect Delhi to virtually all the major cities are the best. Stay away from the buses please.
Unless you want to get choked by Delhi's pollution and thoroughly shaken by the potholes, avoid the three-wheelers. Stick to a chauffeur drive taxi (NOT the yello-black variety). They are plentiful and available around Connaught Place. Take minimum advice from the driver and stick to your guide book. Or just call on any member of Indian Association of Tour Operators. Details on www.iato.net (NOT .com, thats a con page).

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Address: 39 Prithviraj Road, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110011, India