Hotel Madonna

53/7 Old Rajinder Nagar (Near Market), New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110060, India
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YHA, New Delhi

by julienz

Has anyone ever stayed at the YHA in New Delhi. Looking for cheap, but I'm a single female, so looking for safe too. Thanks.

Re: YHA, New Delhi

by adx

Hi, If u r talking about "Youth Hostel Association" which is in chanakaya Puri, it very safe, clean and centrally located. You can get all info at yhaindia.org. Keep in mind YHA hostel in Delhi is called IYH. For any other info about delhi, write to me.
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Re: YHA, New Delhi

by mssthirdeye

for women there is YWCA- young women christian association for staying. check out
http://www.ywcaindia.org/main_ywsch.htm

Travel Tips for New Delhi

TANDOOR ROTI MAKING

by pravdr

tandoor is an mud clay oven in which indian delicacies are cooked.traditionally it is a mud clay oven lit over firewood.
modern adaptations are the one which iam showing in the photos which are used in cities although they can never achieve the heat of the traditional "tandoor"nor can it replicate the smoked taste of the food cooked over firewood.
indian breads, chicken and mutton delicacies grilled over the fires are specialities.
this form of cooking extends right from afghanistan,north west frontier province punjab and north india.
the most simple form of indian bread is the "tandoori roti"then add to it the variants like nan(triangular two piece indian bread) rumali roti( very thin leaved indian bread akin to the thinnness of a handkerchief) kulcha(multilayered roti) paratha(multileavened bread often with boiled potato mash mixed with the flour)

Autorickshaws

by NedHopkins

The fastest way to get around in Delhi -- and every other city I visited in India -- is by autorickshaw ... except perhaps very late at night or very early in the morning, when there isn't much traffic.

Autorickshaws (like the one with a yellow top in the picture) can squeeze between cars, trucks, and buses, breaking free of jams that tie up normal taxis.

This street scene was photographed mid-morning on 30 December 2004. It's typical -- except for the absence of trucks and buses ... and cows, ox-drawn carts, and (in places like Jaipur) camel-drawn carts and the occasional elephant.

Take a ricksaw and Get lost in the streets

by tripodologia

To me the best thing to do in Delhi is ...first... don't use taxi, take a ricksaw, make a agreement with the driver and he can be with you the whole day and he can show you diferent nice places, where to drink the best chai on the streets and where to eat cheapper and good local food. You can only walk per hours, every street is diferent and have something new, you can find Ayurveda doctors in the streets, magicians of serpents, devout people praying together with sellers. Delhi is incredible but you must lived this city in a nearby way.

Purana Qila

by kinjalnz15

Purana Qila (old fort) the story goes back that on this site was where Indraprastha city from mahabharat took place. later on the mughal kingdom humayun completed the ruined fort only to be defeated by afghan ruler sher shan.
it cost Rs 5 to visit indside and extra for camera and video camera. and there also a worth visiting small archaelogical museum.

Philatelic Museum

by Willettsworld

Located in Dak Bhawan, Sardar Patel Chowk on Parliament Street or Sansad Marg, the National Philatelic Museum can be described as a 'philatelist's paradise'. The museum has an extensive collection of rare stamps of pre and post independence period. Among its many precious possessions, the museum houses the first stamp issued in India by the Sindh Dak in the year 1854.

Open: Mon-Fri 10am-5pm. Admission is free.

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Address: 53/7 Old Rajinder Nagar (Near Market), New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110060, India