Hotel Ranjit

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Marg,, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110002, India
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trains moving on

by ryu07

hi people hope all are well!! just woundering if any of you can help. ill be in delhi on the 3 april and plan to stay for 3 days but then want to move onto jaipur. does anyone know what train i should get to go there? there is that many types im not to sure any help would be great, thank you in advance!!! happy travels.

Re: trains moving on

by into-thin-air

I caught The Shatabdi Express, (Train Number 2015) This takes 4 ½ hours to make the trip and costs 465 rupee for Air-conditioned Chair Class – It departs from New Delhi Railway station at 06.15 and on our trip arrived at Jaipur at 11.30
The price also included food, this comprised of, first a bottle of mineral water, then tea and biscuits, then later in the journey an Indian Breakfast followed by more tea and a carton of mango juice and it was All very Good !!
You can book the train at New Delhi Railway Station as described on my India page, or on-line before you leave your home country.
Hope that helps
Happy Travels

Re: trains moving on

by gaurav.desperado

Try to catch SHATABDI EXPRESS .. its a really good train . please all through your journey , always try to book AC coaches in trains in india. You would actually love your journey then.

Re: trains moving on

by earthflyer

Agree with the guy above or take the bus from Main bazaar.

Re: trains moving on

by ryu07

thanks again guys you have all been helpful as usual!! thank you :o)

Travel Tips for New Delhi

Purana Quila - Sher Mandal

by DaDrifter

Inside the walls of the fort, the Quila-I-Kunha mosque and Sher Mandal, are the only two standing structures that have stood the test of time. Sher Mandal is an octagonal two-storied structure, which was probably used as a pavilion. The second Mughal emperor Humayun, is said to have fallen to his death from the steps of Sher Mandal.

The lawns inside the Quila are quite well maintained and it is a good place to spend time basking in the sun, away from the maddening crowds.

My lunch

by l_joo about My lunch

This is my lunch I ate somewhere unknown in the city centre, I couldn't remember so many names, no way. This is a set meal with everything included, is rice underneath, quite heavy, 40 Rupees is the cost, delicious is the taste but a little too salty yet just nice.

India Gate

by Rupanworld

The India Gate is situated at one end of the Rajpath avenue that leads straight to the Presidential palace. It is a Gate in honour of all Indian soldiers of the British Indian army who died during the Afghan wars and World War I. The pathway through it has a rifle placed on its barrel, crested by a soldier's helmet, depicting the tribute to a dead soldier. The area is very touristy with loads of tourists visiting it every day. There is a beautiful grassy lawn on both sides of the little road approaching the India gate, a nice place to relax.

visit dilli haat

by mantru

Dilli Haat is a combination food plaza and craft bazaar located in the heart of Delhi. Near All India Institute of Medical Sciences, opposite INA Market, Dilli Haat has stalls representing each state of India, giving complete variety of tastes available all over India. There are also stalls of crafts from all over India, and from a variety of cultural traditions of India. Around 2003, this market became fully wheelchair-accessible, including an accessible bathroom. This is a relative rarity in India.

There are plans to open more Dilli Haats all over Delhi.

Unlike the traditional weekly market, the village Haat, Dilli Haat is permanent. Some shops are permanent but other sellers are rotatated, usually for fifteen days. Products offered may include rosewood and sandalwood carvings, embellished camel hide footwear, sophisticated fabric and drapery, gems, beads, brassware, metal crafts, and silk and wool fabrics. Shows promoting handicrafts and handlooms are held at the exhibition hall in the complex. To sell wares, there is an application process and spaces are allocated according to which state the seller is from.

There is a nominal entrance fee to shop at Dilli Haat

Colonial Impressions - Rashtrapati Bhawan

by DaDrifter

The former Viceregal Lodge, built in the year 1929, now serves as the official residence of the President of India. It is located at the north end of the Raj Path. Its architect was Sir Edwin Luytens. The Rastrapati Bhawan (in the middle of the picture) is a sprawling mansion having four floors and 340 rooms and is often described as Luytens most significant architectural achievement.

It is flanked by two huge Secretariats - the North and South Blocks, that house the offices of the various ministries of the government of India. This is a restricted area and this is as close as you can get these days to take pictures :)

The famous Mughal Gardens, which are attached to the Presedential complex are open to the public for about a month, normally during the period February to March.


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