Hotel Emperor Palms

15 A-7, W.E.A. Karol Bagh, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110005, India
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Visiting Shimla on 1st Feb 2007

by chamee7

Hi VT mates,

I'm planning to visit India late January this year and thinking of visiting Shimla on 1st for about 2 days (st I have very short time).

What will be the weather? Will snow be there?

Any good economy places to stay and what what to see there specially?

Any comments appreciated. Sorry for lack of knowledge.


RE: Visiting Shimla on 1st Feb 2007

by jasb1966

The weather will be quite cool, but don't expect snow. Himachal Tourism has 2 hotels in Shimla. Availability & reservation facility is available at website
If you like very busy places then Shimla is the place but if you want to enjoy scenic beuty and avoid rush go a little further, about 90 km's and stay at Narkanda. This is a sking resort and may be you may see snow here (chances 5% only). But a secluded and nice place. Himachal tourism has a decent hotel here also. Been there 5 years back but still have loving memories of the place.
Visit Hattu peak, nearby villages. Good Roads, friendly people.
Enjoy your stay in India.
Best of Luck
Jasbir Singh

RE: Visiting Shimla on 1st Feb 2007

by sacs2k1


we went in jan end last year and it was very cold. though it did not snow, some parts were covered with snow.

RE: Visiting Shimla on 1st Feb 2007

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Travel Tips for New Delhi

Indian arts and crafts - all under one roof.

by FruitLover about Central Cottage Industries Emporium

Spread over eight floors, this is one place that is a true representative of all the various kinds of Indian arts and crafts - all under one roof. There are rare antiques, fabrics, household linen, carpets, lamps, paintings, jewellery, handmade paper, furniture, and art objects in wood, brass, and copper. It is a fabulous place to buy exotic, authentic, traditional Indian products. And prices are fixed, so no haggling.

Prices range: from Rs5(beggars) to hundreds thousands of US$(Lottery winners)

South Indian

by radz about Hotel Saravana Bhavan

Its purely Vegetarian restaurant,you get South Inidan Cuisine.This one of few restaurants which opens for breakfast as early as 7 am.Its best place for SouthIndian food freaks.The decor of the hotel is cool&pleasent,quick service.
Fully air-conditioned,credit card accepted.
I must say if you roaming around Janpath or Connaught place you must visit..
Timing :7am to 11pm hmmmm Many favourite dishes,my fav is "dryfruit dosai",vadai,"&"padam alva" its sweet dish..

Red Fort

by josephescu

The sandstone walls of the Red Fort extend over 2km and vary in height from 1m on the river side to 33m on the city side. Shah Jahan began construction of the massive fort in 1638 and it was completed 10 yeas later. However, Shaj Jahan never completely moved the capital from Agra to his new city of Shah_Jahan_Abad, because he was imprisoned in the Agra fort by his son.

The Red Fort dates from the very peak of the Mughal power, but the mughal reign from Delhi was a short one. The son of Shah Jahan (Aurangzeb) was the first and the last Mughal emperor to rule from here.

The Red Fort was conceived as a whole, and subsequent modifications have not taken away from the overall unity of the scheme. In the 18th century, however, occupiers and looters damaged some sections of the palace. After the a mutiny of 1857, the British army occupied and destroyed about four-fifths of its pavilions and gardens. A program for restoring the surviving parts of the fort began in 1903.

Closed on Mondays.

Photos with kids

by l_joo

In the Paharganj areas, you don't worry, you can take photos with kids anytime, they are happy and chasing you to take photos for them, here is one photo taken from an unknown back street, under big shady trees, what an opportunity. After taking this photo, I strolled a while about 30 minutes, I met them again in another location and they all shouted "photos, photos, photos..."

National Museum - Surya

by FruitLover

Eastern Ganga, 13th century AD, Konarak, Orissa.

In Hinduism, Surya is the chief solar deity. He has hair and arms of gold, and his chariot is pulled by seven horses, which represent the seven chakras.


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