Delhi Off The Beaten Path

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  • 1. Tips collections

    Valley Of The Dolls. One can find just about every kind of a doll one needs to see in Shankar's International Dolls Museum. There are about 6,000 dolls collected from over 85 countries and a third of...

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  • 2. Humayun's Tomb

    More pictures of Humayuns tomb here... The design is said to have inspired the design of the Taj Mahal, which was built by Humayun's grandson- Shah Jahan. You can look up more info on the monument at...

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  • 3. Parks

    The Buddha Jayanti Park is situated in southern part of the Delhi ridge in New Delhi.A beautifully gilded statue of Buddha stands under a pavilion in an artificial island in the park. The park laid...

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  • 4. Agra - Taj Mahal

    I think most people know about this place and have seen tons of pictures of it. But when you see it for the first time in real life, it still takes your breathe away for its shear beauty and...

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  • 5. Safdarjung's Tomb

    This marble domed mausoleum is the last famous Mughal monument built in Delhi in 1753-54, by the son of the second Nawab of Awadh Shuja-ud-Daulah. It is a son's tribute to his father, the Wazir of...

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  • 6. Coronation Park

    Kingsway camp, on the outskirts of Delhi, was the venue of King-Emperor George V's Coronation Durbar in 1911. After much intense debate about the merits of the capital remaining in Calcutta, or moving...

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  • 7. Corbett national park

    A convenient and popular weekend getaway from Delhi is Corbett National Park. Its a wildlife reserve, located in the foothills of the Himalayas and is a great place to see the tiger and other animals...

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  • 8. Nainital

    Nanital is Suited in Uttranchal state North India Kms 330 from Delhi by road.Nainital is known as the Lake City as it is located around the 'Nayana Tal'. The city is a beautiful mixture of all the...

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  • 9. Purana Qila

    Visiting Purana Qila was unexpected: we had wanted to see Humayum's tomb but found it closed - since some minister was visiting it. We looked at our map and Purana Qila seemed pleasantly near. In a...

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  • 10. Qutab Minar

    At the Quitab Minar complex you can find several buildings, with windows like these. When the sun shines through you can see little stars being reflected on the ground. More abou the Quitab Minar...

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  • 11. Lotus Temple

    I came across the Bahia Faith Lotus Temple by accident - and what a pleasant surprise! The Temple is a marble representation of a lotus flower and is located in the South of Delhi. I visited on a...

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  • 12. Raj Ghat

    Something that maybe is less than spectacular to most, but made a deep impression on me, is the place where Ghandi was cremated. It is surrounded by short walls in the city, but once inside it is...

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  • 13. View of New Delhi from Airplane!

    Those who visited New Delhi 3 years ago will get a shock of their life as the Delhi skyline has totally changed for better! New Delhi now has not only better...

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  • 14. Sewing Machine Donated by Rotary Club of Pacifica

    When I travel to a country, to any new place, rather than just do the touristy things, I like to learn about a culture. I like to see if I can make just a...

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  • 15. shooting the NSG drills

    The NSG provides security to VIP's, conducts anti-sabotage checks, and deals with terrorist threats. Its many drills are meant to tune them to engage terrorists...

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  • 16. Grilled corn on the cob is a great Snack!!

    Hi there Travelers :-)Something that I love the most as a snack is the Grilled corn on the cob. Its widely available in various parts of Delhi (During the...

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  • 17. Hear well...meet Dr Clean up

    Take a walk round Old delhi, chandni chowk, chawri bazar and you will find a lot of interesting things happening around you.I guess the royalty is still alive...

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  • 18. Roadside saloons

    Ever thought about having a haircut or shave at a streetside saloon? They are pretty cheap in India. A haircut for Rs. 15 (25 euro cents approx) and shave for...

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  • 19. Underground police station

    I guess this must not be an amazing thing for most of the tourists from the developed nations of the world, but it is unusual for India. Just in front of the...

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  • 20. Begum Samru's palace

    Begum Samru's palace is located in the Chandni Chowk area of Delhi. It was built in 1822 AD on 75 acres land in the area by a witty Kashmiri Muslim women who...

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  • 21. Be spiritually open-minded

    when walking around India, especially the smaller villages, keep an ear open for the chanting and singing that occurs in the early mornings. It's everything you...

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  • 22. a few holy rivers of india

    The ganges which is the most sacred of the Indian rivers is in varanasi,old name benaras,also called kasi.you could go by train.Some parts of it are not...

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  • 23. Aggressive camel jockeys

    Just over the Hapur Bypass, a bridge over the Yamuna River, I asked my tuk-tuk driver to stop so I could get a picture of these camels. After I took my shot,...

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  • 24. The 'third sex'

    Hajiras are voluntary eunuchs (or nullos). The greatest concentration of these members of the 'third sex' is in Mumbai; Delhi, however, also has a large...

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  • 25. a rare view point

    i think a trip to the Jama masjid is a must for anyone who visits delhi. whether one's interested in history, architecture, or just some peace and quiet. but...

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