Hotel Oakland

B-14, Chirag Enclave, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110048, India
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Forum Posts

Buying SIM card in New Delhi

by KAP-CA

Hi,

I will be in India for 4 weeks and plan to buy a SIM card. I will be arriving in New Delhi next Saturday evening and then leaving on a train to travel on the following night. This means I have to get a SIM card on Sunday. Could someone please answer a few questions:

-is it possible to get a SIM card on a Sunday?

-can you recommend a carrier? I will be travelling through Rajasthan, Mumbai and Kerala and I'm ok with paying roaming in Mumbai and Kerala .... I just want the card to work there.

-a recommendation for a place to make my purchase would be great. I'll be staying around Connaught Place on the Saturday night.

Thanks!

RE: Buying SIM card in New Delhi

by arunjain22

hi
sim card is no problem in india...sim cards are more easily available then to a bottle of water... so ask any grocery shop, mobile shop, magazine shop or any road side shop all are selling prepaid sim cards which are avialable in 500rs , 1000 rs etc etc... and if u want to go rajasthan mumbai and kerala and i think Airtel is best but i am using airtel and network never drops even in remote areas but if u r looking for real cheap option then go for BSNL but it wont be available in delhi out of delhi u will get it...

RE: Buying SIM card in New Delhi

by nhoolb

make sure your phone is SIM-UNLOCKED and that your phone is tri (or quad) band-India uses a different frequency than Canada where you live.

Travel Tips for New Delhi

Buy anything you like!

by Kumarjit about Connaught Place

Connaught Place in Delhi is an area where you can virtually buy anything from jewelleries to watches to clothes and much more. You can choose from a variety of clothes and electronic goods as well. I really like Connaught Place a lot! As I said, you can buy anything you wish to. Clothes, jewelleries, electronics, watches, toys and much more. Most of the stores here sell quality goods, so you don't need to worry much. The amount you spend depends totally on what you buy and from which shop. However, expenses may range between INR 2000 to INR 20,000 (USD 45 to USD 400).

Another lunch

by l_joo about Another lunch

My another lunch tip is in a restaurant same as tip above known as unknown. I don't know which restaurant was that but very sure the foods tatse okay. Don't ask me the name of the foods, most of the time I just use body language to point with finger, couldn't recall the name. Most of the restaurants here provide plain water in steel jug with a glass for you and that's free. I like the salad so much, the salad of fresh vegetables with sliced tomatoes, onions, radish and lime.

Lotus Temple - The Surrounding Pools

by DaDrifter

Lotus temple at New Delhi is the seventh in the series of edifices raised by the members of the Bahá'í community worldwide. All the Bahá'í house of worships are nine-sided. Nine being the highest digit, symbolizes comprehensiveness, oneness and unity.

The pools of water surrounding the Lotus temple play an important part in the natural cooling system of the prayer hall.

Parliament House

by Willettsworld

A large country needs a large parliament building and India's is pretty big measuring 75 feet high and 570 feet in diameter. Known as the Sansad Bhavan, it was originally planned to be just an extension of the Viceroy's House (Rashtrapati Bhavan) but after the Montague-Chelmsford reforms of 1919, it was designated as a Parliament House or Legislative Assembly of the country.

Designed by Herbert Baker, the Duke of Connaught laid the foundation stone of the building on 12th February 1921. Inaugurated by Lady and Lord Irwin in 1927, the building was designed in such a way that it houses a domed central hall and three semi-circular structures, originally meant to accommodate the Chamber of Princes, the Council of State and the Legislative Assembly. Presently they house the Chambers of the Lok Sabha (Lower House of Parliament), the Rajya Sabha (Upper House of Parliament) and the Parliament library. Today the Lok Sabha has 550 seats. Of these, 530 members are elected representatives of the Indian states and 20 elected members represent Union Territories (territories governed by the Central (Federal) government). The Rajya Sabha has 250 members, 238 of whom represent states and Union Territories and the 12 nominated members are nominated on the basis of eminence in the fields of arts, sciences, literature etc.

Akshardham Temple

by Rupanworld

The Akshardham temple with its huge complex measuring about 100 acres on the banks of river Yamuna in Delhi is the largest Hindu temple in the world. It was opened to the public on 8 November 2005. The architectural styles followed were typical Indian styles of Vastu Shastra and Pancharatna Shastra. The temple which depicts the Hindu mythology and Indian culture. It attracts about 70% of all visitors to Delhi and it is expected that in coming years the percentage is likely to increase. The construction took more than 2 years and costed a soaring amount of Rs.2 billion (USD 4.2 million) funded by millions of Hindus all over the world. There are 234 finely sculpted and designed pillars, about 20,000 statues and arches. There is the Swaminarayan temple, musical fountain, exhibition halls, an IMAX theatre, a huge garden, a restaurant modeled on the designs of the Ajanta and Ellora caves and an Ayurvedic bazaar. The temple is visible at a distance on way to Noida.

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