Lisa's House

15/2 Kalkaji, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110019, India
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airline to get to Kathmandu

by Nailatourist

hi,
which airline is best to fly from Delhi to kathmandu?
thanks a lot

RE: RE: airline to get to Kathmandu

by Saagar

Jet Airways, Sahara, Druk Air then perhaps Indian Airlines.
Some other airlines come and go and are perhaps best avoided, and some are generally best avoided, such as the ex-royal Nepal Airlines (unreliable)which is "NOT"=Never On Time.
Pack well, do not carry batteries on board and try to get a window seat on the left side of the aircraft flying to Nepal. I have some Nepal arrival/departure/airport VT tips on my page if needed.
Happy journey!
O

RE: airline to get to Kathmandu

by sacs2k1

Royal Nepal Airlines is another one which flies from Delhi to Kathmandu.

Travel Tips for New Delhi

Dilli Haat

by adite

Dilli Haat is a lovely place to visit when you're shopping for knick-knacks, souvenirs and gifts. What makes it special is the ambience of the place which is designed like a village bazaar with lots of little shops. You can also taste some of the different types of Indian cuisine from different regions of India. You could pick up some beautiful Kashmiri shawls or handicraft items or handcrafted jewellery, pottery and a whole lot of lovely authentic Indian gifts for your friends and family. The best part is that local artisans (who come from different parts of India) bring their wares and sell them at very reasonable rates.

Street Food/Resto

by shintarojon about Street Food/Resto in Main Bazar

(as of Jan. 23, 2004)

Lunch:
1. potato curry - Rs 18
2. chappati (2 pcs) - Rs 4
3. mineral water - Rs 10

Dinner:
1.noodles with mushroom - Rs 35
2. tea with mint - Rs 15

(as of Jan. 26, 2004)
Lunch : (Resto)
1. mushroom vegetable with rice - Rs 25

Dinner: (Resto)
1. chicken w/vegetable rice - Rs 35
2. mineral water - Rs 12

Gurdwara Bangla Sahib

by solopes

Very impressive this visit to a Sikh temple.

I was rather uncomfortable, wandering with a camera amidst so many people concentrated in their prayers, but they seemed used to it, and no one complained or had a less amicable sign or word.

The pure white of the walls, the reflexions in the wide pond, the bright colors of the kerchief we were demanded to use, what a show! And inside, peace and tolerance in a very crowded space surrounded a beautiful altar.

National Museum

by Nprawira

By far the National Museum has the most extensive collection in all of India. Even if you are not a historial buff, you can still spend hours examining the intricate swords, the thousand years old carvings, the lively paintings and numerous Buddhist art including several bones of Buddha himself. Although not in the same league as the Louvre it could still be a crash course of Indian history especially if you're clueless of India's long and ancient civilization. It is helpful to pay for a self-guided tape, available in many languages, that gives a narrative of the key displays in each gallery.

Mohammad Shah's Tomb

by Rupanworld

The tomb of Muhammad Shah, the third ruler of the Sayyid dynasty, is situated at the Lodhi gardens and the first thing visible as one enters the garden. During those time, it was customary to have two types of tombs, square and octagonal. The tomb of Mohammad Shah is close to the Bara Gumbad mosque. The tomb is octagon in shape measuring 26'-3" (8m) in diameter. The ceiling is decorated with carvings using circular designs with arabesques and calligraphic motifs. There are eight graves inside, and the middle one is believed to be that of Muhammad Shah.

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