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Street Culinary tour of old Delhi
"You will meet your guide at Red Fort (Main Entry Entrance) by 9 AM and then your walking tour begins on the pavement along Ancient Jain Temple (panoramic view only) and proceed towards facing the direction of ""Fatehpuri mosque. Old Delhi was founded by who invited several Agrawal Jain merchants to come and settle in the city and granted them some land south of the Chandani Chauk around Dariba Gali.He also permitted them to build a temporary structure to house a Jain temple. Walk through past va i.e. Baggage clothes toys apparels and also walk past ""Cycle Market"" Delhi's biggest cycle market selling children toys also.Our first stop will be the shop of famous old ""Jalebi walah"". This joint serve the best variety of Traditional sweet ""Jalebi"" & products of this shop are not found anywhere else in D
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UNESCO Heritage Site: Humayun's Tomb with Nizzamuddin Basti Tour
"This tour will cover two main areas: the Humayun Tomb Complex and the Nizamuddin Basti. The guide will meet you at Humayun’s tomb and take you on a guided tour of both these places. Below are the places you will visit according to the route that is follo with some fine incised plaster work and glazed tiles in green yellow and bright blue. Then comes the Arab Sarai which was for some 300 Arabs whom she brought back to India from Mecca. Then on the left can be seen the garden and tomb of Bu Halima. Then the guests can witness the beautiful Humayun’s Tomb was built un Hamida Banu Begum some years after the death of the emperor in 1556. Humayun’s Tomb is one of the most beautiful monuments in Delhi. The settlement now known as the Nizamuddin basti—the village-like tangle of alleys directly surrounding the dargah—has only existed Baoli (Step well) of Nizamuddin Auliya is also known as Chashma Dilkusha (‘heart-uplifting spring). The tomb of revered saint Hazrat nizamuddin Auliya of the Chishti silsila (order) Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya is today visited by thousands of pilgrims each Amir Khusro
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Private Old and New Delhi Day Tour
"You will be picked up at 9:30am from your hotel in Delhi for this day tour of both Old and New Delhi. Start by visiting Raj Ghat the place where Mahatma Gandhi the pioneer of truth and non-violence had been cremated. Then continue to the country's largest mosque Jama Masjid built in 1656 where thousands of Muslims offer prayers daily. The great mosque of Old Delhi is an architectural extravagance that belonged to Shah Jahan with a courtyard capable of holding 25
From $95.00

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Tughlaqabad Fort A fort guarding a city Jamali Kamali Slave dynasty's architecture Bhulbhulaiyan A ghost lived here? Lal Gumbad Pre-Mughal Architecture Hazrat Nizamuddin Old, traditional...
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Rajpath & India Gate - Flanked by ornamental ponds and lawns, Rajpath is host to the Republic Day Parade. The two secretariat buildings and Rashtrapati Bhawan on the Raisina hills are located on...
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Humayun's Tomb

Isa Khan Tomb is suited in Humayun's tomb complax Southren side to the booking window's.Isa Khan was a noble of court of Sher Shah Suri.This enclosure includes his tomb and mosque both built during...
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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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Safdarjung's Tomb

Build in 1753 - 1754 by his son for Mirza Mukin Abul Mansur Khan 'Safdarjung,' it is Delhi's last greatest garden tomb. The tomb situation close to the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences is made...
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 wide roads, buildings, shopping malls but...
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Aug 28, 2011

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 little bit of difference in the lives of the...
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Top Things to Do in Delhi

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Red Fort

You can spend hours wondering through this attraction. It is best to go early in the morning in order to avoid the long lines. Once inside, take your time to explore all aspects of this wonderful...
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Qutab Minar

Iltutmish is the heir to the conqueror Delhi Qutb ud-din Aibek. He was the second Sultan of Delhi and continued the construction of mosques and minarets. But time of his rule was also not enough for...
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Raj Ghat

After watching the minaret of Qutb Minar and admiring of its size and beauty, I came to the minaret of Al-Minar, about which until had not heard, so it, in some way, was a surprise for me. Perhaps if...
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Humayun Tomb

The tomb of the second Mughal emperor is a must-see sight for a number of reasons. It was the first great example of Mughal architecture in India, the first garden tomb, and the first building to use...
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Chandni Chowk

The name Chandni Chowk is used for a specific street in Old Delhi, but also for the maze of alleys that surround it. This is the market place for Old Delhi, dating back to the 17th century when it...
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India Gate

The Canopy with the statue of British King George V-th was built simultaneously with the construction of the Gate of India.The elegant oriental-style gazebo looks rather attractive. Another thing is...
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