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Discovering the city of ‘New’ Delhi


The contemporary Delhi, with its blend of modern and ancient charm, has turned into a great destination. With sky-high buildings, well-laid gardens, huge malls and plush shopping complexes, the city could give a competition to any other city in the globe. Though not one of the cleanest, there is still a charm that attracts people towards it. You will be delighted by its bustling markets, architectural monuments and a number of great eating places. Reflecting the multi-dimensional nature of the country, Delhi portrays the rich cultural heritage of India. A trip to Delhi would give you a chance to get a glimpse of everything this incredible country has to offer. The city is undoubtedly a miniature form of India.

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Cannaught Place with its global brand showrooms, offices, nice restaurants and clubs showcases the very essence of New Delhi. Designed by the British architect Edwin Lutyen, New Delhi is sometimes also referred as ‘Lutyen’s Delhi’. Wandering around in the inner and outer circle, you get to soak up the charming vibe of the city, the images of which would stay in your mind long after you’ve left the city. Somehow, the very name of New Delhi has become synonymous and the very thought of it conjures up image of Cannaught Place. With gleaming malls spread around the city, you can also visit them for a great shopping experience. Saket Mall is a good option. With high-end showrooms from Zara to Versace, all the international designer products are available here. If you love shopping, then you would love your Delhi tour. It is home to some of the most wonderful markets with shops selling everything from clothes, bags, shoes, jewelries, furnitures and handcrafted items. Lajpat nagar, Kamla nagar, Karol Bagh and Sarojini nagar are some of the most popular market places in Delhi.

We all know that Delhi is home to many historical monuments like Qutub Minar, Jama Masjid, Red Fort and many more. But this time on your visit to the capital city, explore some of its newer structures. Lotus temple, ISCKON temple, Rashtrapati Bhawan and Akshardham temple. Attend the exhibition which showcases the rich Indian culture and heritage, and admire the musical fountains in the evening at Akshardham temple.

The nightlife of Delhi has also grown in the last few years. From a city that sleeps early to a city that parties hard, it has come a long way. Housing numerous happening pubs and clubs with international DJs playing music for you and keeping you in high spirits. Tour to Delhi offers fun, enjoyment and excitement. You will not only love exploring the historical monuments but also shopping in its vibrant bazaars and eating an array of delicious dishes at its multi-cuisine restaurants.

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