The Garden Village

Tropical Drive, Ghitorni, Mehrauli-Gurgaon Road, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110

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  • What a nightmare!


    I stayed in 2007 it was terrible then and from what I have heard not much has changed since ( other than the name from global arts village) checkout Highly recommend to check with your embassy for feedback before visiting UK USA and AUS consulates all have long list of negative complaints from their citizens over extended period of time.
    Would not recommend this place at all EVER!

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Forum Posts

From Airport to Railway Station

by Carino

We only have roughly 2 hours to get from the Airport to the Railway Station.
Is that even possible? How long will it take us (during the week, between 5pm and 7pm)?
Taxi is probably the fastest way, right?

RE: From Airport to Railway Station

by travelmad478

If you mean that your flight lands at hour X and your train leaves at X + 2 hours, I'd say forget it. It's going to take you an hour or so just to get out of the airport at all (wait to get off the plane, wait in the immigration line, wait to get your luggage, wait to get through the X-ray machine at customs). From the airport to the train station is a good 40-minute drive if there's no traffic, which can't be guaranteed. You'd be better off getting a later train.

RE: From Airport to Railway Station

by sacs2k1

Yes the process of Immigration, Baggage claim and customs is slow at Delhi Airport and can sometimes take more than an hour. Plus any delay of your flight can cause the missing connection for your train...

Calculate the time gap properly and then decide the train...

RE: From Airport to Railway Station

by loose_motion

About 90 minutes from the airport to the railway station in the evening. YOu do the maths

Travel Tips for New Delhi

Gandhi Pilgrimage

by Nprawira

There's no need for an introduction to Gandhi anymore but details of his life may be missing from people's knowledge of him as an individual. To redress that, go to Rajghat, the site of Mahatma Gandhi's cremation where there is also a museum dedicated to the man himself. The short script inscribed on the black granite spells He Ram! or Oh God, allegedly, Gandhi's last words after being shot.

Good food

by pattayaraj about Park Heavens Restaurant

-This restaurant was the last restautant before I back home. I and my friends enjoyed a good and tasty food and the restaurant 's so clean.
-Indian ,Mughlai,Continental & Chinese food.
-Take away and home delivery service 're available.


by kmohandas

"Generations to come scarce believe that such a one as this ever in flesh and blood walked upon this earth."- Albert Einstein on Mahatma Gandhi.
This memmorial for the great man Mahatma Gandhi is just opposite to Rajghat. The complete life sketch of Gandhiji is displayed here. The exhibits include some of the belongings of Gandhiji which incude some books, bed etc. The gun carrige used to carry his body is one of the exhibits here.
After your visit to this place, you will realise that Einstein was right.

Connaught Place

by Mahieu

Connaught Place has very little in common with Old Delhi. It’s the geographical heart of New Delhi and is a vast traffic circle with big buildings, fountains, steps and international shopping opportunities like Benetton. The different blocks of Connaught Place are divided with letters, which makes it pretty ease to find your way. On the surrounding boulevards, you can also find the main international airlines agencies.

Lodi Gardens - Tomb of Muhammad Shah

by MM212

Built in 1444 by Ala-ud-Din Alam Shah for his father Sultan Muhammad Shah, this octagonal mausoleum is one of the few surviving structures from the short-lived Sayyid dynasty. It is located within Lodi Gardens, among several other magnificent mausoleums. The Sayyids claimed to descend from the prophet Mohammed, and ruled over Delhi from 1414 to 1451, after which the Lodi dynasty came to power. The design of the mausoleum - octagonal, topped by a flat central dome, and surrounded by smaller ones - is one that was repeatedly replicated in the following centuries and is seen again here at Lodi Gardens (Sikandar Lodi's tomb) and also in Nizamuddin (Isa Khan's tomb, see my Delhi page).


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