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E512 Greater Kailash Part 2, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110048, India
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what is to be see in New Delhi

by rajindia123

I want to know about are the main things to see in New Delhi India

Re: what is to be see in New Delhi

by vpas

These are my suggestions --
1.Red fort
2.Qutb Minar
3.India gate
4.Railway museum(if you are travelling with kids)
6.Shopping at so many places!(Khan market,Connaught place,Karol bagh ....)
7.Chandni chowk
8.Humayun's tomb
9.Raj Ghat(I am very fond of Mahatma gandhi and hence suggested this,but you could skip it)
10.Drive around North Block/Parliament/Rashtrapathi Bhavan
11.Haus kaus village
12.Eat amazing Indian food all over Delhi!(dont miss chaat/dahi vada/golgappas etc. in old city)
Do check Lynnehamman's page.
Have a great trip

Re: what is to be see in New Delhi

by lynnehamman

This depends on what your interests are, of course.
If you like historical monuments- Safdarjung Tomb, Q'tub Minar complex, Red Fort,Humayuns Tomb...and so on. Many many tosee.
Then visit Old Delhi area-Chandni Chowk (Bazaar) JamiMasjid- the wonderful mosque and Red Fort.
There are museums of every type. Gandhi Museum is very interesting.
For quiet time- gofor a walk or picnic in Lodhi Gardens.Wonderful bird life ,trees and old tombs.
India Gate and Houses of Parliament.
Shop around Connought Place- Dine there too.
I suggest that you read some VT pages- as Delhi is one of THE most interesting cities in India.

Re: what is to be see in New Delhi

by dishatis

Delhi is a big city which has a lot of places to visit. To name a few you can see:
Raj Ghat and Shanti Vana - the cremation sites of Mahatma Gandhi
and Jawaharlal Nehru,
Jama Masjid,Red Fort and Qutub Minar , Humayun's Tomb,
India Gate (War Memorial Arch ), Lakshminarayan Temple - a modern Hindu Temple. President's House, Parliament House, and Government Secretariat Buildings Connaught Place shopping centre and Chandni Chowk. The famous jantar Mantar.

Travel Tips for New Delhi


by solopes

I felt rather uncomfortable in some Indian temples. Dozens of people concentrated in their prayers, and a few westerns snooping and taking pictures of everything. I tried my best not to disturb anyone, but couldn't avoid a smile observing a very small child, perfectly imitating his father's behaviour in the great mosque.
What, in religion, is really belief, option or conditioning?

Hindustan Ambassadors

by duncanlbrown

These things are verywhere - it's an old Austin 1950's design that was sold to India. Now powered by a low-emissions LPG engine, they are very compatible with a relaxed Indian way of life. We did days and days of travel in one of these (dog not included).

Presidential palace- Rashtrapati Bhavan

by mallyak

Rashtrapati Bhavan (Sanskrit for 'President House / Presidential Palace') is the official residence of the President of India, located in New Delhi, Delhi, India. Until 1950 it was known as "Viceroy's House" and served as the residence of the Governor-General of India. It is at the heart of an area known as Lutyens' Delhi.
The dome, though claimed by Lutyens to be inspired by the Pantheon of Rome, is primarily derived from the Sanchi Stupa built during the Mauryan times.[citation needed] There is also the presence of Mughal and European colonial architectural elements. Overall the structure is distinctly different from other comtemporary British Colonial symbols. It has 340 decorated rooms and a floor area of 200,000 square feet (19,000 m²). The structures includes 700 million bricks and 3 million cubic feet (85,000 m³) of stone, with only minimal usage of steel

Humayan's Tomb, a splendid final resting place

by pchamlis

Humayan's tomb, the final resting place of (ta-da) the Moghul Emperor Humayan is, in itself, a glowing example of Moghul architecture. In fact, it's considered the initial edifice in a style change that eventually led to such architectural wonders as the Taj Mahal and Akbar the Great's imperial capital at Fatehpur Sikri.

Humayan's tomb was overseen and constucted under the direction of his widow - now THAT's a good wife. :) Besides the magnificent dome and sandstone walls, the gardens surrounding the main buildings add a sense of peace, serenity and - yes - graudeur to the whole package. When you visit and look closely at Humayan's tomb, you can clearly see aspects of building that would later blossom into the open at Agra's Taj Mahal, as well as the "Baby Taj" in Agra. Clearly, lessons were practiced and learned in the building of this tomb that would result in many of the Indian subcontinent's greatest structures being built.

There are actually quite a few royals buried in the Humayan's tomb complex, not just "H" himself. Quite a few of them were murdered as part of a continued internecine palace political society that couldn't have been as peaceful as this final resting place. ;)

The tomb complex is open daily from sunrise to sunset, and the admission is 250 Rs. I don't remember having to pay an additional camera or video charge.

chhatarpur temple

by mantru

One of the most popular Hindu temples around Delhi, Chhatarpur Temple is located at a distance of 4 kms. from Qutb Minar. Extended over a wide area in serene ambiance, the temple presents a classic example of modern temple architecture that embodies extensive use of marbles. The main Temple is dedicated to goddess Durga, while the devotees can also worship Shiva, Vishnu, Lakshmi or Ganesh in adjoining temples.

During Durga Puja days, this place attracts a large number of devotees, who gather here to offer prayers. It is believed that tying a thread on a tree located in the temple premises will get the desired wishes fulfilled. Round-the-clock discourses and prayers are held which any devotee can participate. It is a big temple complex that represents both the South and North Indian style of architecture.


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