Hillview Hotel

Shooting Range Rd, Suraj Kund, Faridabad, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 121001, In
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Hindi Classes/ accommodation

by travellie

hi -
Im going to Delhi in Feb/March for an internship and would love to do an intensive Hindi course while I'm out there - does anyone know of good language schools?

Also - will be looking for accommodation for 2-3 months. What would the best options be?


Re: Hindi Classes/ accommodation

by Donna_in_India

Hi - check some of the Delhi expat sites:


You can google "Delhi expats" for additional info, but the first link seems to be the main expats group. I'd go ahead and join/sign up now. Their help will be invaluable as you prepare to move and I'm sure they'll be able to recommend accommodations. Enjoy India!

Re: Hindi Classes/ accommodation

by adx

I know a person who teaches Hindi to foreign embassies officials' family members. He is in near R K Puram in south Delhi. If u r staying somewhere near and not looking for a "Certificate of Hindi Course", then it might suit yr requirement. Send me e mail if you want more details, I will write back.

Re: Hindi Classes/ accommodation

by monty17

hey ..just signed up today..saw your post...as rightly said by a fellow VT , if u r not looking for a certificate in hindi language then there r plenty..online sites are there too.. iam sure you would hve gone through them already..wwwhindilearner.com etc..

as for accomodation i have a small two room appartment with attached toiled and kitchen n store in a high end area of delhi called greater kailash part 2..iam willing to offer you this for a sum of 650 usd per month..it is in a very very secure and posh locality walking distance from high end reastaurants and bars and other small eatries.. if interesred i can send some photos..let me know if there are other requirements you need help on...

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Don't go...

by Lunaina

Hi! We returned home after three days, all these people trying to trick you into things, it is not like this in other places in the world, this is India! And if that is India, I do not want to see it, I'm sorry.......

Hunting for antiques or souvenir

by yadiyasin

In the Janpath street, there are a lots of these kind of shops that sell various souvenir items and antiques, such as old gramophone, leather belts & wallets, elephant carved stone, bronze lamps, shiva figures and clocks, etc. You have at least need to know how much the item will cost you so you can bargain on them. For a start, try to bargain 30% of the price they offer, and walk away to force them to lower their prices. After doing that for several shops in there, you can get the approximate price. Depends on what you buy

'Beras bulir Panjang' peas pulao :)

by ukirsari about Bhatia's

Indian cuisine has unique way in cooking rice. Using lamb and butter becomes 'Rice Biryani' and using several kind of veggie and meat [red meat or chicken] and spices so called 'Pulao' [read as phlao]. My fave here is peas pulao. Rice cooked with peas and butter. I like the texture of rice, which is quite different with type of rice in my country. We called it 'beras bulir panjang' [nahhhh, there's no translation for this. But I can describe it: Indian rice is 'taller' compared with Indonesia's]. Yummy!!!!

Red Fort

by cancian

After transfererring his capital to Delhi from Agra in 1638, Shah Jahan commenced the construction of Shahjahanabad, and little later, on the 16th april 1639, he also laid the foundation of this citadel, Lal-Qila or Red Fort.


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This picture is to show you the architectures of Paharganj areas, I don't know much about Indian architectures, its the outlook attracted my eyes, therefore I wanted to share with you. I can't provide any further info on this, just take a look to have an idea the way of architectures in one partof New Delhi.


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Address: Shooting Range Rd, Suraj Kund, Faridabad, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 121001, In