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New Delhi

by Marceline

We are six of us planing to go to New Delhi in 2nd week of Jan 2008.

Please me know your opinion on the following:-

1. Weather - is it extreme winter?
2. International Youth Hostel
Nyaya Marg., Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
Are these hostels clean & hygienic?
3. How far is domestic airport to Noida?


Thanks.

Re: New Delhi

by sacs2k1

Hi,

1) Jan is very cold... can go as low as 5 degrees C
2) YHAI is clean and affordable... but be sure to prebook yourself as it is usually packed.
3) Should take about 90 mins

Re: New Delhi

by georgescifo

the best time for u to visit Delhi would be either October - November or February - March, as Delhi would be having a pleasant climate. If r new to Delhi or India, It would be better for u to hire a good travel agent. YOu would get a bit of knowledge about the cultural tours in delhi from http://www.indiantravels.com

Travel Tips for New Delhi

Purana Qila (III)

by Nprawira

The only structure that is still in good condition is this well-proportioned Qila i Kuhna Mosque. Unexpectedly this picture captures that exact aspect down to the number of tips on top of the arches on both sides.

Spice of Life

by PeterVancouver about The Spice Route Restaurant

A very well appointed restaurant in the 5 star Imperial Hotel. As the name suggests, the food is from all parts of Asia, all of which uses a good selection of spices from around the world. Much of the food is very spicy hot, but the staff are very helpful in ensuring you receive a great meal and the menu gives some clue with chilli signs against each dish.
Voted as one of the top ten restaurants in the world by Condé Nast Traveler Doesn't sound too good, but it was Gou Muc (Squid) from Vietnam . Pretty hot but a good number of other spices could be detected

Rajpath

by MM212

The most important avenue in New Delhi and perhaps all of India, Rajpath runs from India Gate all the way to Rashtrapati Bhavan, the President's House. The vast monumental avenue, whose name translates to "King's Way," hosts the annual Republic Day Parade on the 26th January. It is flanked by beautifully landscaped parks containing lawns, trees and ponds, which have remained since New Delhi was planned out by the British in the 1920s as the new capital of India under the British Empire. Landmark buildings around Rajpath that once served the ruling Brits, namely the Secretariat Buildings and Parliament House, are now the headquarters of the Indian government. Other nearby buildings include the National Archives, the National Museum and the Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts.

India Gate, at the east end of the Rajpath

by pchamlis

As mentioned in my Lutyens' Delhi tip, the building and design around New Delhi's Rajpath (Imperial Avenue) were planned and overseen by Sir Edwin Lutyens in during the approximate time frame of 1914-1931. At the east end of the Rajpath stands the massive arch denoted as "India Gate". India Gate was originally commissioned and constructed by the British in memory and honor for Indian soldiers who'd fallen defending "King and country" during the first world war. After the end of the raj and with the coming of independence, India Gate was rededicated both to the birth of the Indian state AND to the soldiers from India who'd fallen in her defense over the years. India Gate also honors the Indian version of "the unknown soldier".

Today, India Gate is considered the proud symbol of politically independent India, the world's largest democracy.

Nehru Planetarium

by Willettsworld

Nehru's Planetarium is located within the grounds of the Nehru Memorial Museum. It was established on 6th February 1984 with the aim to promote space education and astronomy among the common people especially the youth of the region. In fact there were several groups of school children there when I visited, all very well behaved and smiling and waving at me. The show lasts about 40 minutes and isn't bad with a fair amount of Indian elements but was mostly on star formations and solar/lunar eclipses.

Open: Tues-Sun with English shows at 11.30am & 3pm. Closed Mondays. Admission: Rs15 for all visitors.

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