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Any VT'ers in Delhi between the 21st and 25th?

by Smruti

Crashing down in Delhi on the 21st. Anyone around for a VT meetup? I know a meetup is already planned on the 18th but I can't make that one!

RE: Any VT'ers in Delhi between the 21st and 25th?

by facetious2006

My wife and I will be arriving in Delhi on 21st from Paris, and then going to Jaipur on the 26th. Will be in Delhi / Noida between 21st - 25th.

btw, nice blog and amazing pics. i gotta start uploading some pics ...

RE: Any VT'ers in Delhi between the 21st and 25th?

by DD24365

Hi smruti,

I will be in Delhi at around 10.30 Am till 15 hours. If interested to meet any place around CP. Do drop me a mail on europe2201080@yahoo.co.in or call me on 0091-9314066669



RE: Any VT'ers in Delhi between the 21st and 25th?

by Smruti

great- will send out a time/place withing two days!

RE: RE: Any VT'ers in Delhi between the 21st and 25th?

by Swades

pls select the date and venu and let us know so i can also joint on it..love and msile..vivek

RE: RE: Any VT'ers in Delhi between the 21st and 25th?

by Sidz

Hi i would be there during tht period.

i leave delhi on 6th jan.

let me know if any of u plan 2 meet up.

get in touch with me at


RE: RE: Any VT'ers in Delhi between the 21st and 25th?

by Smruti

HOw about somewhere in Connaught Place on Friday the 22nd?

RE: RE: Any VT'ers in Delhi between the 21st and 25th?

by DD24365

perfect at cafe coffee day what time you decide

RE: Any VT'ers in Delhi between the 21st and 25th?

by Smruti

I was thinking about meeting at Q'ba (mix of Mediterranean and Indian) if people are interested. It's in the inner circle of Connaught Place. Will be there around 6:30pm Friday evening. Feel free to call/SMS 9871854462.

E 42/43, Connaught Place (inner circle),
New Delhi-110001

Directions:Take Janpath until you reach the inner circle. Turn right and follow the road until you reach the E Block parking. Our entrance is on Barakhamba beside the petrol pump and we are situated on the second floor.

RE: RE: Any VT'ers in Delhi between the 21st and 25th?

by Smruti

I posted a notice in the meeting and events forum for this Friday!

RE: RE: Any VT'ers in Delhi between the 21st and 25th?

by umashanker

Hi Smruti,
I wish i could join the meet but had a very bad sour throat,so can not join the meet.What a pity such a wonderful VT member is visiting my city and invited for meet but i can not join.Count on my virtual presence,pls.
Best wishes
Uma shanker

Travel Tips for New Delhi


by Siddha3th about DILLI HAAT

This one's a cute little gem. A government of Delhi undertaking, Dilli Haat is a collage of art and craft from all over India. The place has been set up in a very rustic, charming manner. There are shops lining each side of a lengthy walkway which runs down the center. Dilli Haat opens at 11 in the mornings, and there's a small entrance fee to get in. It's become a favourite haunt of locals and tourists alike, all on the lookout for that special artefact. Happily for me, Dilli Haat also has a collection of another Indian treasure - food! You'll find small restaurants serving up delicious stuff from almost every part of the country!! Dig in :) Woolens, leather jackets and beautiful, ornate pendants from Kashmir. Fascinating religious idols, made of sandalwood and teak... crafted in the South. Gorgeous stoles and khadi kurtas, from all over the country. Each item's special in its own way.

Don't drink the pop at McDonalds

by OSV_Alero about McDonalds

I got sick from drinking the pop at McDonalds. In the end, I learned the water used for the pop is not filtered.

Fries where soggy, because there is no beef in them, and the chicken is green.

Try a more traditional resturant, but make sure to drink only sealed drinks.


by NURIA35

Policy control! thieves are not allowed! jajaja...
it's a very big complex, includes: temples, long green gardens, tireless squirrels!

It's built during the reign of Shah Jahan, the Lal Qila (or Red Fort) has been a mute witness to innumerable conspiracies, scandals, battles..... Completed in a span of nine years, it cost about ten million rupees , with about half the sum going towards the building of palaces.

Qutub Minar

by DaDrifter

The Qutub Minar complex is a World Heritage site located in the Mehrauli area of south Delhi. The Minar itself is the highest standing stone tower in India. Built in the early 13th century, the red sandstone tower has a height of 72.5 m, tapering from a diameter of 2.75 m at the top to a diameter of 14.32 m at the bottom and can be ascended by a 379 step circular staircase.

The foundations of the tower were laid by Qutbbudin Aibak towards the end of the 12th century, for use of the Mu'azzin (crier) to give calls for prayer to the faithful. The construction was intterupted by his death, and the remaining three storeys were completed by his successor Iltutmish in AD 1230, using similar red and buff standstone material. The minar was damaged by lightning in AD 1368 and its top storey was replaced by the existing two storey by Firoz Shah Tuglak, which introduced white marble in the construction of the minar.

The complex is open from sunrise the sunset. The entry fee is Rs. 10 for Indians and Rs. 250 (or US$ 5) for foreigners.

Bara Gumbad Mosque

by Rupanworld

Bara Gumbad mosque is a three domed mosque built in 1494 AD built in the Lodhi gardens area during Sikandar Lodi's reign. The interiors of the mosque is decorated with intricate arabesque designs and curvings of floral styles and geometric shaped designs. Its extremely beautiful.


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