Delhi has an undiluted charm of its own. It is a melting pot of cultures, traditions, and lifestyle. This is the city where thriving history and modernity find its own place together. Known as the city of extremes, you will discover the towering monuments shouting loud about its splendid past and at the same time, you will see the high-rise buildings claiming to embrace modernity. While the ever crowded, disorderly, noisy, bumpy drive in a rickshaw can take you through the tiny alleys in Chandni Chowk in Old Delhi, you can also experience the best high-end luxury in the same metropolis. This cosmopolitan city can take you for a ride of a lifetime with a plethora of offerings from tourist spots, shopping malls, street markets to a variety of food options, cultural events, upscale cafes, restaurants, hotels and much more.
If you are a history buff or someone who enjoys knowing about the glorious past of any culture, architectures and its monuments, Delhi will amaze you with its enriching tales from the past. From Mughals to British, Delhi has seen numerous battles and it is painted with thousands of fascinating stories of its celebrated past. Whether it’s the magnificent Red Fort, World’s tallest minaret named Qutab Minar, the majestic Humayun Tomb, or architectural wonder like Jantar Mantar, these historical sites transport you back to the Mughal era. The religious and spiritual places like Jama Masjid, Lotus Temple, Akshardham Temple, and Gurudwara Bangla Sahib introduce you to secularism that India takes pride in. Delhi is definitely one of the top historical destinations in the world.
Delhi is also known as the cultural capital of India. From Film Festivals, Theater performances, World Book fairs, Music & Dance festival and a variety of cultural events, Delhi hosts plentiful such events throughout the year. Delhi has become a new cultural hub in India. It attracts a lot of […]