Hotel Chanchal Deluxe

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

8575, Arakashan Road, Behind Shiela Cinema, Pahar Ganj, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Del
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 68% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Couples60
  • Solo42
  • Business80

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From New Delhi to Kathmandu

by Masha_M

We are planning to travel overland from New Delhi to Nepal (not necessarily Kathmandu). Can you suggest a route and itinirary that covers some must see sights? We would do it in one week. We'd like to see most of Nepal as well, so where we start our Nepal tour is flexible.
Thanks a lot! Cheers!

Re: From New Delhi to Kathmandu

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Well its a long way between them, I think you may travel by train or bus. Government tourist information is a very reliable source of information and of course VT members who have travelled the way before!!

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Deewali

by marinka_malinka

Deewali or Diwali or Deepawali, the festival of lights, symbolizes the victory of light over darkness. Deewali is a festival of joy, splendor, brightness and happiness. It is celebrated with great enthusiasm by all Indians all over the world. The uniqueness of this festival is its harmony of five varied philosophies, with each day to a special thought or ideal. People celebrate each of its five days of festivities with true understanding, it will uplift and enrich the lives.

Heaven of Indian Famous Writers and Figures' books

by ukirsari about Bookworm

The shop is quite small, two floors and I can find many books that I ever dream about. And since the book price in my country is truely skyrocket, I don't mind to spend hours here to buy :) Mostly I buy Rabindranath Tagore's, Mahatma Gandhi's and several books about Indian culture and art. About Rs 20 without hard cover and various price [Rs 20 - Rs 200]

Chinese

by Willettsworld about Pioneer’s Flavours of China

There are quite a few Chinese restaurants around Connaught Place and this one is a little cheaper than some as its located on the Outer Circle. The menu is full of your normal Chinese dishes that you'll expect to find. I had a nice spicy pork as I had not eaten any pork in Delhi up until that point as its considered not the done thing by the muslim population. Anyway, good food and service washed down with a large beer for Rs75.

Lotus Temple

by apuleuis

This is a Baha'i temple built in the 1980's. It was another place where I was confused about the shoe situation and didn't have the language capability to ask anyone. You stand in a line that seems impossibly long (see picture), but actually moves fast. At one point you get to a spot with burlap sacks. You get one for the whole family and put all your shoes in it. If you are alone, you may not get one, which is where my confusion came in, since I seemed to be the only one without one. You get to an underground room and give them your shoes and they give you a tag. Before you get into the temple there is an introduction in English and Hindi. You have to be silent inside, and no photos. After you leave you can go downstairs to a gift/info area or sit by the pools, or get in line to get your shoes back and leave.

It was a cool building, but if you are on a time crunch, a photo from a distance might be enough. At least entrance is free.

red fort- diwan-i-khas

by mantru

The piece de resistance of the fort, the Diwan-I-Khas was the hall of private audience.
The most highly ornamented of all Shah Jahan's buildings, the 90 x 67 feet Diwani-I-Khas is a pavilion of white marble supported by intricately carved pillars. So enamoured was the emperor by the beauty of this pavilion that he engraved on it the following words: If there is paradise on the face of this earth, it is this, it is this." Richly decorated with flowers of inlaid mosaic work of cornelian and other stones, the Diwan-I-Khas once housed the famous Peacock Throne, which when it was plundered by Nadir Shah in 1739, was valued at six million sterling. Residence of the senior queens, the Rang Mahal (hall of colours ) has a central hall surrounded by six apartments.

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