Hotel Singh International

4/64 Padam Singh Road, Karol Bagh, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110005, India
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Forum Posts

New Year

by orchid49

I will be in New Delhi on Dec31 and I wonder on New Year's Day ( 1Jan ),what do they do ? Do all shops closed ? Monuments, etc.

Re: New Year

by mssthirdeye

Everyshop and establishments will be open, and all monuments will also be open.
New year day is not a holiday in India.
Since Indian new year is different than english new year.
Come and enjoy in India.

Re: New Year

by loose_motion

Where in india are you going ? Its hard to generalise but some shops and restaurants will open in the last afternoon for a few hours . Public parks and free monuments will also be open but the major ticketed attractions will be closed .
Maybe its done differently in Bangalore but 1st Jan IS a holiday in India .Google the govt holiday list.

Re: New Year

by orchid49

Whatabout book shops in Khan Market ? Are they opened ?

Re: New Year

by loose_motion

Cant really say for a specific shop . I am planning a trip to delhi around tha time too but would wait till the 2nd - just to be safe.

Re: New Year

by mssthirdeye

As I said before New year day is not a government holiday here in India. Its Individual holiday, and mostly those who are celebrating late until night might close or else its always open,
Most of the markets are open, since its business time and every businessmen dont like to loose out on business.
Carry on with your journey and enjoy.

Travel Tips for New Delhi

Wetwipes & Re-sealable plastic bags

by iris2002

Re-sealable plastic bags are the bees knees in all of the Himalayas, I found no place that sells them and the tupper ware is very dodgy and leaks all the time. as the seasons demand, but you can get most gear in Delhi anyway cheap as chips with all that super security at airports, don't bother bringing moskito repellent or antiseptic creams, you can get them at local and large pharmacies all through Delhi. go digital ......... that's all I can say ...... 2GB storage cards should do it there are natural cock-roach traps (stock up during monsoon season, they are great) antiseptic wet wipes with tea tree oil --- also repells insects and mosquitos and is really good to anti bacterialise your hands when in public places or eating food.

Where to get Prepaid taxi vouchers in Delhi

by iris2002

Here is a list of where to obtain prepaid taxi vouchers to get around:

At Hospitals

A.I.I.M.S (Two Booths)

R.M.L Hospital

Safdarjung Hospital

Hindu Rao Hospital

At Railway Stations

Sarai Rohilla Rly. Stn.

New Delhi Rly. Stn. Ajmeri Gate side

New Delhi Rly. Stn. Paharganj side

Hazrat Nizamuddin Rly. Stn.

Old Delhi Rly. Stn.

At Bus Terminals / Important Crossings

Nehru Place

Ashok Vihar

Dhaula Kuan-I (Defence Club side)

I.S.B.T. ( Kashmere Gate)

I.S.B.T. (Anand Vihar )

ISBT Sarai Kale Khan
Mukarba Chowk

At Market / Entertainment Zones

PVR Saket

Vasant Vihar (Priya Cinema)

Sarojini Nagar Market

South Extn.

Lajpat Nagar

Palika/Janpath (Two Booths)

Appu Ghar

IGI Airport(Terminal-II)

Palam Airport

Sangam Cinema, R.K.Puram
I.T.O. (Two Booths)

At Airport

IGI Airport(Terminal-II)

Palam Airport

Ancient City

by walterwu

Qutb Minar is a 13-century tower structure built during the Namluk Dynasty by Qutbuddin Aibak (hence it's name Qutb). The construction started with the foundations and 1st storey. Following the death of Qutbuddin Aibak, construction was interrupted. His successor continued with the construction but was damaged by lightning. Later, Firuz Shah Tughluq replaced the top storey and was again hit by lightning.

The tower is 14.32m in diameter and 72.5m high in it's final stage now.

Entrance fee for foreigners is 250rs

Palm Mehendi

by l_joo

This is a picture I snapped from Paharganj, on the roadside. The artist is carefully doing the palm drawing and all the things beside were some ready made pieces of mold probably for body art or some other type of decorations of body. Make sure you try Mehendi when visit New Delhi.

Tomb of Safdarjung

by MM212

Built in 1754, this beautiful late-Mughal period mausoleum was the last of the grand tombs to be completed before the Mughal Empire fell apart. It was commissioned by Nawab Shujauddaula for his father, Safdarjung who had been a high-ranking official under the Emperor Muhammad Shah and later the prime minister under Emperor Ahmad Shah. Located at the centre of a landscaped charbagh garden, the red sandstone and marble structure stands on a raised platform, topped by an oversized onion-shaped dome. The interior contains the tomb of Safdarjung and his wife, located in the lofty central chamber with beautifully carved walls and ceilings. The garden contain four canals that radiate out to meet four gates to the complex. The main one is located on the eastern side and consists of a beautiful white pavilion, next to which is a small triple-domed mosque. The top floor of the gateway pavilion nowadays houses the library of the Archaeological Survey of India. Although this mausoleum pre-dates the British planned city of New Delhi, it found itself within its boundaries (much like the neighbouring Lodi tombs), and therefore, this tip is located here, rather than in my Delhi page.

For more photos of this mausoleum, take a look at the travelogue: "Tomb of Safdarjung."

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