Hotel Roxy

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

2288 Raj Guru, Chuna Mandi Pahar Ganj, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110055, India
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Forum Posts

Visiting New Delhi in March

by Ali_2004

I shall be visiting New Delhi in March 2007. I am quite excited and happy to visit one of the most high ranking tourist place in the world. Looking forward to have tips on how to get the maximum in least time as I only have one week. Any VT'er for a meet up....Many thanx and best regards, A

RE: Visiting New Delhi in March

by zanzibarman

Hi there
One week you can visit many thing like to Taj Mahali in Agra and Old Delhi
Delhi shopping center at Connaut Place and many more. There is a train goes
Agra every one hour so you have alot of time to see taj mahali.
Have nice trip.

RE: RE: Visiting New Delhi in March

by robine

The classic "magic triangle" is D-Agra-Jaipur, and for good reason. Enjoy!

RE: RE: Visiting New Delhi in March

by ladagspa

Will you be in Delhi for work or tour...

One day Delhi sightseeing will be enough.

Travel Tips for New Delhi

Cradts Museum.

by radz

Crafts meseum near Purana QIia.Its inside Pragati Maidan.This main place to showcases India's master craftsman works.Mainly pottery,weaving,painting and carving.
Usually when going to Purna Qila , its near by Museum.Worth to have a look.
Admisson is free.

Bhairon Road,Pragati Maidan,NewDelhi-110001

Indian chicken dish

by drosophila about Kakey Da Dhaba

Its a little congested rest. on the outer circle of Connaught Circle. They amke excellent Butter Chicken and Chicken Masala. All their preparations are in ghee or clarified butter, which makes dishes all the more delicious. Try any non-veg dish with hot tandoori rotis. Butter Chicken

Insight into India

by bashboo

Going to a museum may sound like the biggest waste of time in India when there is so much to live and breathe on the streets and in the markets, or seeing the sights...but honestly it is not such a bad thing to do if you want to gain a sense of the magnitude of indian history and culture...the museum does get a little boring at times but depending on what you are interested in there is a little something here for everyone...some sections are more entertaining and awe-inspiring than others but to immerse yourself and understand more fully this beautiful country, do give it a a go. some things might just make more sense if you do, i understand a lot of things in india are pretty hard to explain to foreigners... :)

The Old Fort

by josephescu

The Purana Quila or the Old Fort was built on the site of the most ancient of the numerous cities of Delhi, Indraprastha, roughly 100 year before the famous Red Fort and although smaller, it is not less beautiful. A trip is worth by all means. The fort is roughly rectangular in shape having a circuit of nearly two kilometres, and is surrounded by thick massive walls crowned by merlons, 3 gateways provided with bastions on either side (entrance through the south gate). The northern gate way, called the Talaqui darwaza or the forbidden gateway, combines the typically Isalmic pointed arch with Hindu Chhatris and brackets.
The massive gateway and walls of the Old Fort were built by Humayun who laid his new capital Dinpanah in 1534 A.D. Sher Shah who defeated Humayun in1540 A.D.

Inside the complex, there is an octagonal red sandstone tower who used to serve as a library, and a nice mosque bearing the name of the Shah who commissioned the compound.

Purana Quila is the venue for the spectacular sound and light show held every evening.

Colonial Impressions - Sansad Bhawan

by DaDrifter

The Sansad Bhawan or the Parliament House is a circular colonnaded building located close to the Rashtrapati Bhawan. This is the centre of power in India, the two houses of Parliament — the Lok Sabha (House of the People) and the Rajya Sabha (Council of States) are located within its walls.

The building was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and Sir Herbert Baker, who were responsible for the planning and construction of New Delhi. The construction of the bulding took six years to complete (1921-27).


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