Sagar Residency

744 Main Mathura Road, Jangpura, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110014, India
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Hotel in Paharganj area

by skar78


I'm looking for a cheap but CLEAN hotel in Delhi Paharganj area. can anyone recommend any hotels?


Re: Hotel in Paharganj area

by Stentorian

Hi, there are over hundreds of hotels in that area. But it's tough to find a clean hotel. Well I stayed at Parkway Delux. It cost me about 500 rs per night. See my page for details.

Re: Hotel in Paharganj area

by azulxxxluna

Oh boy! I have been there, and if I was you I wouldn't stay. Is dirty like you have no idea and dangerous. It has been bombed before. It is cheap, but the chances of you getting sick are very high. Did you read Lonely Planet? I did and went there, well I got very sick even when eating in the best restaurants of that area. When you get to Delhi ask the locals, many are afraid to go there. I think East LA is way better than this place. The good think is that I found a tour agency which found me a better hotel and cheap tours too.

Re: Hotel in Paharganj area

by janetra

I would definately recommend the Raja Hotel. I always stay there when I am in Delhi. It is very clean and friendly.I was there in January and paid 650 rs a night. I would recommend that you book when you reach Delhi cos if you try booking through an agency online it will cost you double.
Enjoy India. The address is 5 Ara kashan Road, Ram Nagar, New Delhi. It is only a short walk from the Main Bazaar, Paharganj.
Enjoy India

Travel Tips for New Delhi

Purana Quila(Old fort)16th century A.D

by radz

This is old fort build bye Afghan ruler Sher Sha Suri.Its diffrent from other fort of Mughal
s,its simple,covers almost mile long ,with 3 gates,surrounded by moat.
Moat was fed by river Yamuna...Now one can go by boating here.Not big like lake,
but its good to see within city NewDelhi,u have boating facilities.!!!!
Evening there is Light and Sound Shows ,showing 5000 years of Delhi's past is conducted by Delhi Tourism
both in Hindi,&English.

The World's Favourite Indian Restaurant

by SabrinaSummerville about Bukhara

The restaurant is large, busy, and bustling - full of smiling, happy people. Having eaten there it's easy to see why.

The efficient waiter knew it was our first time there and waved the menu aside. Plates of delicious typically Indian food appeared from everywhere - melt-in-the-mouth pieces of lamb, delectable Tandoori chicken portions, lentils, creamy yoghurt, plates of vegetables - delightful battered cauliflower, potatoes, crunchy red onion; then delightful poppas and delicious naan bread.

We ate with our fingers and washed the food down with drinks from brass cups.

It is said that this is former President Clinton's favourite Indian restaurant, and I can see why.

The down side of the place is that you are waiting forever to be seated - it is one of the worst places I have ever been in this regard.

Also, the dress code is quite casual - given that it was billed as Clinton's favourite restaurant I expected something more snazzy. casual is great by me, I just wish I hadn't dressed like a princess, lol:-) Forget the menu and let the waiters treat you to their suggestion - it worked for us.

Palriament Building

by apuleuis

This was a photo stop only, not a place I actually went into. It is the president's house and the parliament building. It is also right next to the India gate. It also seems to be one of the only patches of green in the city, and the park can get quite full in the evenings.


by kmohandas

Rashtrapati Bhawan (Presidential Estate) is the official residence of the President of The Union Of India. This huge palatial building was the Viceroy’s residence during British rule. This building has Mughal, Indian and British influences.This building is the finest example of the amalgamation of Indian and western architecture.
The building is ‘H” shaped. The building is not open to public. But the outside view. is worth seeing. Between 26th – 30h January each year, the entire building is lit up in celebration of India’s Republic Day, which falls on 26 January. A view of Rajpath (King’s Way) from here in the evenings during these days is absolutely delighting. During February every year, the beautiful Mughal Gardens, which if famous for a variety of roses, are opened to the public in the mornings by the President. The Mughal gardens, with beautifully laid out parks and flower beds, water bodies and fountains provide a beautiful sight. Photography of the garden and interior of the buildings are strictly prohibited.

Lodi Gardens - Tomb of Sikandar Lodi

by MM212

Located within its own walled enclosure in Lodi Gardens is the mausoleum for Sultan Sikandar Lodi, who died in 1517. He was the second Sultan from the Afghan Lodi dynasty, which ruled from 1451 to 1526. His octagonal mausoleum follows the design of earlier Sayyid-dynasty mausoleums and looks nearly identical to that of Muhammad Shah, also in Lodi Gardens. It makes use of beautiful glazed Persian tiles in its interior and exterior.


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Address: 744 Main Mathura Road, Jangpura, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110014, India