If you want to get to know Delhi, its history, its people and its yummy street food, here’s ten excellent ways to explore the city.
Delhi is busy, bustling and packed with people, so make sure you get away from the concrete to take in some of the city’s great green spaces. Here’s five great green spaces we reckon you should check out.
Mehar Chand Market, Lodi Colony (unimaginatively called 5th Avenue on the street signage) is home to some of the coolest shops and the hottest eateries in the capital. It’s another South Delhi market where you should shop, eat and be seen.
IIs it a bird? Is it a plane? Wait a minute. It’s Tuesday, April 11th, that means it’s Hanuman’s birthday! Revered by hundreds of millions, temples, shrines and massive statutes of Hanuman are dotted all around Delhi. Unsure about who he is? Check out his CV.
With 25 million people living across the Delhi NCR, securing a quiet green space all to yourself isn’t easy. But we’ve found some. Fourth in the series is the simply stupendous Najaf Khan Tomb’s.
This long strip of a street running east to west from Aurobindo Marg towards Haus Khas Village Road, has a good selection of shops and a few extra special places that are worthy worth mention.
With 25 million people living across the Delhi NCR, securing a quiet green space all to yourself isn’t easy. But we’ve found some. Third in the series is a place that will take you to the top of the world.