Built near the IGI Airport, it is mostly for travelers or people with endless layovers, a hotspot for providing everything from fine dining and staycation to shopping experiences.
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Explore New Delhi
Central Delhi, Delhi, 110001
New Delhi’s colonial heart is Connaught Place. Its whitewashed, grey-tinged streets radiate out from the central circle of Rajiv Chowk, lined with shops and restaurants.Palika Bazaar , the oldest underground market in India, lies in this place. The Indian tricolor currently doing its best to fly over Connaught Place measures 5,400 square feet – enough to cover half an Olympic-sized swimming pool.
Service Road, Chanakya Puri, New Delhi, Delhi 110021
The National Rail Museum is a museum in Chanakyapuri area of New Delhi which focuses on the rail heritage of India. Opened on the 1st February 1977, it is located in more than 10 acres of land with both indoor and outdoor exhibits. A toy train offers rides around the museum on regular days.
Sarojini Nagar, Delhi 110023
It's one of Delhi's biggest markets and a destination for everyone who's out on a hunt for trendy yet reasonably priced clothes. Export surplus come to this market at throwaway prices. But don't expect trial or changing rooms at street-side shops. There are a few eating joints in the vicinity if you wish to take break. The market is usually crowded on the weekends, throughout the day.
Airforce Golf Course, Delhi Race Club, New Delhi, Delhi 110021
Safdarjung's Tomb is the last enclosed garden tomb in Delhi in the tradition of Humayun's Tomb, though it if far less grand in scale. It was built in 1753- 54 as mausoleum of Safdarjung, the viceroy of Awadh under the Mughal Emperor, Mohammed Shah.
The Rashtrapati Bhavan is the official residence of the President of India. It is spread over 130 hectares in the heart of capital city of New Delhi, The Estate also has a state-of-the-art Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum Complex (RBMC) comprising the Clock Tower, the Stables and the Garages showcasing presidencies, the regal ceremonies, and the rich flora and fauna of Rashtrapati Bhavan, amongst others. It has become a more accessible place for tourists and common people of India.
Jama Masjid Rd, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, New Delh, Delhi 110006
Soaring above the narrow streets of the old city, Jama Masjid, also known as Masjid i Jahan Numa ora mosque commanding a view ofthe world, is one of India’s larges tmosques. Considered to be the last architectural work of Emperor Shah Jahan, it exhibits the lavishness of the fifth Mughalemperor. It was built over a period of six years between 1650 and 1656 by a workforce of over 5,000 workers.
Netaji Subhash Marg, Lal Qila, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi, Delhi 110006
Lal Qila or the Red Fort named after the red sandstone of which it is built, remains an impressive testimony to Mughal grandeur. It was built between AD 1638 and 1648 after Shah Jahan decided to move his capital from Agra to the newly planned city of Shahjahanabad. It wad designed by the Mughal architect Ustad Ahmad Lahori, who had worked with the Persian architect Ustad Isa Khan of the Taj Mahal fame.
Kartavya Path, India Gate, New Delhi, New Delhi, Delhi 110001
Designed by Edwin Landseer Lutyens in 1931, this 42 metre highmonument was erected as a memorial in honour of the Indian and British soldiers martyred during World War I and the Third Afghan War, 1919. The names of the 13,516 martyrs are inscribed on this imposing monument.
Jaipur House, Shershah Rd, near India Gate, Delhi High Court, India, New Delhi, Delhi 110003
Located in Jaipur House, former residence of the erstwhile Maharajas of Jaipur, the National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA) today has undeniably the most significant collection of modern and contemporary art in the country.