Top 48 tourist places in Delhi India for Indians and foreigners
The top tourist places to visit in Delhi, India has given with the best time to visit also I have mentioned the details where you can eat the food, entry tickets for the monuments and museum with shopping complex of Delhi. I am sharing you this details as per my tour escorting experience in HoHo bus. Which is hop on and hop concept in Delhi India. The below-mentioned details will help to upcoming tourist in Delhi.
01) Humayun’s Tomb the replica of Agra Taj Mahal
Humayun’s tomb is one of the oldest monuments of Delhi, India & comes under the UNESCO World Heritage site. Which was commissioned by Hamida Banu Begam wife of Great Emperor Humayun’s & Miral Mirza Ghiyas designed it? The unique thing to visit in the monument is char bagh (Four square gardens)—the Tomb constructed with white and red sandstone.
A) How to reach Humayun’s Tomb?
You can reach Humayun’s Tomb by your vehicle and public transport too.
Metro Connectivity for Humayan’s Tomb
The nearest metro station is JLN Stadium, Jorbagh and Jangpura
Humayun’s tom to nearest railway station: – Janpura and Hazarat Nizamuddin
Entry tickets prices for Humayun’s Tomb
INR 35 for Indian citizen and BIMSTECH and SAARC Nation
INR 550 for International Visitors
Entry is free for under the age of 15 years.
B) Humayun’s Tomb Open and close timing
Monuments are open for all days in a week; only it is close for citizen during the time of VIP movements.
Opening and closing time not fixed because it suits the sunrise and sunset.
C) Places to visit near Humayun’s Tomb
Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah / 5 minutes by walk
Safdurjung Tomb / 10 Minutes by any vehicle
Lodhi Garden / 5 minutes by any vehicle
Indian Habitat Centre / 15 minutes by walk
Centenary Methodist Church/ 5 minutes by walk
If you are coming to visit Delhi and Humayun’s Tomb, then I would recommend you to visit the Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah.
02) Red Fort the vast Mughal Architecture made by the Mughal emperor
Red Fort is one of the elegant architecture built by Great Emperor Shahjahan in the middle of the 17th Century. It has 2.4 Km total area with inclusive of halls, Museums, Meena Bazaar etc. I always recommend to tourist. If you want to explore the Delhi pride, you must visit the red fort once during your stay in Delhi & the whole day you would have to give to explore the red fort. Because it is stretching in a massive area with the bundle of buildings inside the fort.
What can we see in the Red Fort?
Red fort is monuments which have everything to see from the water tank to Sheesh Mahal because it was the principal place of Shahjahan where he used to live in 17th Century with his wife.
A) Rang Mahal – Palace of Colors
The Complete palace painted of bright colours of mosaic & it dedicated to Shahjana Wives.
B) Diwan – I – Am ( Public Meeting Palace)
It is the place where emperor Shahjahan used to hear all problem of public & he used to addresses from here.
C) Diwan – I- Khas ( Confidential Meeting Palace )
Diwan- I – Khas was for confidential meetings with significant people or anybody who is coming to meet the emperor for any particular purpose.
D) Khas Mahal ( Main Palace )
Khas mahal was the apartment of emperor Shahjahan where he used to sleep at night.
E) Hammam – Bathing Palace
The bathroom constructed with the 3 dooms over the head of bathrooms.
F) Moti Masjid – Peral Mosque
Peal mosque was the private mosque Aurangzeb. The son of Shahjahan. No else person can visit the mosque from insight except servant to clean that.
G) Chatta Chowk
The Chowk is adjacent to Lahori Gate in Red fort. Here silk sarees, Jewelry and other household items used to sell for the commercial purpose.
F) Hayat Bakhsh Bagh – Life –Bestowing Garden
Legends say that Hayat Baksh garden is one of the beautiful gardens in the Mughal ruling period.
What can you explore near red fort?
Jama Masjid ( Mosque ) 10 Mins Walk
Chandni Chowk ( Vast Market )2 mins Walk
Rajghat ( Cremation places of Mahatma Gandhi ) 10 minutes by any vehicle
Digambar Jain Temple 2 Mins walk
Sis Ganj Gurudwara 5 mins walk
Gauri Shankar Temple 2 mins walk
Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium 15 mins by any car except cycle
Feroz Shah Kotla Monument 15 mins by any car
Shankar Doll Museum 20 mins by any vehicle ( Near ITO)
National Bal Bhawan ( Kotla Road )
Nearest metro station from the Red Fort:- Red Fort Metro station followed by Violet line
Entry tickets for the Red Fort Delhi
Indian National:- 35 Per Per person
Foreign National:- 550 Per Person
Recommendation:- If you are using any Paytm, then you don’t need to stand in the long line for the tickets, you can scan a bar code and get into the fort.
03) Old Delhi ( Real Delhi made by Mughal’s)
If we are now talking about Delhi, then everyone knows that the original Delhi is only old Delhi. Because in the earliest time there were south Delhi and north Delhi. Complete 80 km area used to count as a Delhi during Mughal period. The old Delhi is famous for wholesale clothes, jewellery, and bridal collection, specify food, Delhi 6 market and many more I have described below in details.
Where is old Delhi and how to reach old Delhi)
The old Delhi is near to northeast Delhi which is known as the Chandni Chowk market. The Chandni chowk itself has many markets, which you can explore but not on the same day.
Because of the area of Chandni Chowk remained occupied by the people of Chandni Chowk and vendors. People come here mainly to buy clothes from here.
A) How to reach old Delhi
You can reach old Delhi through various connections. But I would recommend you to come by metro only. Because if you come through your vehicle, you might have face traffic and no parking facility. It’s a drop back for Chandni chowk market. But very soon this facility is also going to provide visitors of Delhi by the government.
B) Redevelopment of Old Delhi and Chandni Chowk
The Delhi government is now giving the new shape to old Delhi. Because of heavy traffic on the roads and it also affects the outer road traffic. Government is making the underground parking complex in Chandi Chowk area. It will help to vendor promote their products on hire scale.
The nearest metro stations for old Delhi is Chandi Chowk, Red Fort, Chawari bazaar these all are well connected. Now it depends upon your requirement to go.
04) India Gate Known as the main entrance of India
India Gate is the prominent landmark in New Delhi which was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens who had also designed the complete Connaught places and new Delhi. The gate is 42 metres tall and approx 90,000 soldiers name inscribed over the wall who had sacrificed their lives in war. Still, you can glimpse of Amar Jawan Jyoti below India Gate which is known as the flame of immortal solider. Besides, of India gate, numerous high-security building had been designed by the British government. Its nowadays undertaken of the Indian administration such Hyderabad house is the official meeting place with foreign diplomats.
A) Amar Jawan Jyoti (Flame of the immortal soldier)
Whenever you reach to India gate, you will find the Amar Jawan Jyoti to give the tribute to soldiers who sacrifices their life in war.
B) What can you explore at India Gate?
National War Memorial
Boating in the Humanmade Lake
Toy cars and motorbike ride for kids
Enjoy the pani puri
Photography with India gate
Lovely chuski at night
Picnic with your friends or family
Early morning walk on the Rajpath
NGMA (National Gallery of Modern Art)
Major Dhayan Chand Hockey Stadium
C) Festival and fairs at India Gate
Every year ministry of tourism held shows at India gate to showcase the art such as
Hunar Haat was in February 2020.
Plenty of different culture people had participated in the fair & flaunt their art.
Kite festival in the lawn of India gate
As we all know that India gate has a vast lawn area, people can do more activities there. So the government also organize the kite festival in India. Where many people participate together & fly their kite & get the price in the last.
D) How can I reach to India gate?
India Gate is not well connected to the metro stations. But yes you can hire a taxi or tuk-tuk to reach India gate.
Nearest Metro station from India Gate: – Central Secretariat on the violet line (Approx. 5 km)
Closest railway station Hazrat Nizamuddin and Jungpura
Special note: – Shahjahan road parking has closed permanently.
05) Indra Gandhi Museum First Lady Prime Minister of India
Indra Gandhi museum was the house of India’s first lady prime minister Indra Gandhi. After her assassination, the house converted in the Museum, which can be visited by any citizen without any entry fees.
A) What can you see in Indra Gand Museum?
The museum has still some memories of Indra Gandhi with her father Pandit Jawal Lal Nehru and husband, Feroz Gandi. Such as her medal, cutting pictures of newspaper, her sling bags, photographs, sandals, books, watches of Feroz Gandhi with Kurta and pyjama.
B) How can I reach to Indra Gandhi Museum?
There are a few ways to reach the museum. You can travel through taxi or tuk-tuk to Indira Gandhi from any places of Delhi or Racecourse metro station and Jor Bagh.
C) What can you explore near Indra Gandhi Museum?
1. Nehru Museum 20 Mins by any car
2. Teen Murti 5 mins by any vehicle
3. Nehru planetarium 5 mins by any vehicle
4. Safdurjung Tomb 10 mins by any car
5. Race Course 5 mins by walk
6. Rashtrapathi Bhavan 20 mins by any vehicle
7. Parliament Ministers Houses 20 mins by any vehicle
8. National Museum 30 mins by any vehicle
9. Parliament House 30 Mins by any vehicle
06) INA Market (Dilli Haat) A hub of handicraft and different states cuisines
Dilli Haat is the kind of complex where you can buy things and taste the different states of food. This place has its unique stuff like you can buy all variety of handmade items in shoes, clothes, ethnic wear, artificial jewellery, northeastern shops.
Entry ticket price of INA Market (Dilli Haat)
Adults Ticket: – INR 30 per Head
Child Ticket (05 -12):- INR 20 per Head
Foreigner Ticket: – INR 100 per Head
Timings of Dilli Haat (INA Market)
From 16th Feb to 30th November: 10:30 am to 10:00 pm
From 01st Dec to 15th February: 11:00 am to 09:00 pm
Nearest Metro Station:- INA Metro Station followed by the yellow line
07) Connaught place the heart of Delhi
If somebody asks me what is the heart of Delhi. I will never wait to answer the Connaught place. Because it’s the place where you can get all brands, shopping complexes, restaurant’s pubs, disc, lounges, offices, parks and beautiful architecture. Sir Edwin Lutyens designed the architecture of the Connaught Place. Connaught built in the shapes of circle, and the circles have divided into two parts. Inner circle outer circle with a central park.
A) What can in explore in Connaught Place?
Connaught is a place where you can explore everything from Clothes to pubs, Monuments, Multi Cuisine restaurant and many fewer details I have given below.
B) Monuments, Temple, Gurudwara, Churches and markets of Connaught place or nearby?
Jantar Mantar A Sundial of New Delhi
Janpath Market near Jantar Mantar
Palika Bazaar Market Near Rajiv Chowk Metro Station
Agrasen Ki Baoli
Central Park in the middle of Connaught Place
Bangla Sahib Gurudwara at Baba Kharak Singh Marg
The church at Baba Kharak Singh Marg
Irwin Mosque at Baba Kharak Singh Marg
Kali Bari Temple near Bangla Sahib Gurudwara
Old Regal Cinema
C) Restaurant, Street food, Disco, Pubs, And Lounges
Parikrma revolving restaurant
Rajma Rice and Carry Rice at Shankar Market & Jain Chawal Waale
Dolma Aunty Momos and cold coffee
Lord of drinks
The Junkyard Café
Kake ka hotel
Nearest metro station: Rajiv Chowk, Janpath and Patel Chowk
08) Lotus temple Beautiful Baha’i Worship House
The very first thing we need to know is lotus temple is not in the shape of other Hindus architecture. It’s a mediation place where many people can seat together and mediate. Its actual name is a Baha’i House worship. Baha’i is a community who has made many Baha’i houses in the world such as in Sydney, Germany, Kampala, Panama City, Tiapapata, New Delhi and Santiago, Chile.
A) Why Baha’ I House of New Delhi, India is known as the lotus temple?
New Delhi Bahai’s house of worship is in the shape of lotus petals. That’s why only people call it a lotus temple. The architecture of lotus temple is 27 free-standing marble-clad petals, which looks more beautiful from inside and outside. Lotus temples in surrounded with the lush and green lawn area and it’s about 1 km from the main entrance gate.
B) How to reach the Lotus Temple?
There are three ways to reach the Lotus temple. First is through Metro, Second is Local Bus, and third is your own or taxi car.
C) Entry Tickets For Lotus Temple: – Free
Nearest Metro Station: – Kalka Ji violet line and Nehru Place Metro
Parking Facilities: – Yes There is paid parking available in front of the entry gate of lotus temple
D) Four Tourist places you explore nearby lotus temple?
There are many tourist places which you can explore near lotus temple such as
1. Kalka Ji Temple
2. Lord Bhairav Temple
3. Iskcon Temple
4. Asia’s Largest Electronic Market Nehru Place
E) Where can you eat nearby lotus temple?
There are not so many places to eat near lotus temple. But yes if you can walk or drive up to 2 2 km. Then you can have the good hygienic food at Nehru place metro station. There is an excellent dining facility with good trustable brands available such as Subway, Starbucks, Dunkin’ Donuts, Nando’s Epicuria, and Café Coffee Day, Sagar Ratna and many more.
Local Market in front of lotus temple
Nehru Place Metro Station
09) Safdarjung Tomb The last architecture of Mughals
Safdurjung tomb is the last tomb architecture of Mughal’s built in the middle of 18th Century. It’s also little same as Humayun’s tomb. Because it also has the facilities of Char Bagh (Four Square Garden surrounded by Tomb. It built for Nawab Safdurjung after his death.
A) Four Things on the name of Safdarjung
Enclave of Safdarjung
Airport of Safdarjung
B) How to reach the Safdarjung Tomb?
You can reach here through your personal or hired vehicle as well there is well connected Delhi local buses.
Entry Tickets For Safdarjung Tomb: – INR 25 for Indians and 200 for foreigners
Opening and closing time of Safdarjung Tomb: – Sunrise and sunset
All days open in a week except on VIP routing
Best time to visit Safdarjung Tomb in winter from October to March
C) Nine best tourist places near Safdarjung Tomb
Sikandar Lodhi Tomb
Hazrat Nizammudin Dargah
Indra Gandhi Museum
Parliament House of India
Dili Haat (INA Market)
D) Where can I eat near Safdarjung tomb?
I would recommend you to eat food before reaching the Safdarjung or carry some light snacks with you because there is no canteen available on the premises of Safdurjung Tomb. Sometimes you may get hawkers to serve your water bottles and light snacks but not every day. You can get the healthy food only near Lodhi garden (01 Km or Hazrat Nizamuddin dargah (2 Km).
10 ) Iskcon Temple on Hare Krishna hills
Iskcon temple actual name is Sri Radha Parthasarthi Mandir on Hare Krishna Hills in Delhi Delhi. The temple dedicated to Lord Krishna and Radha Rani. Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee inaugurated the temple on 5th April 1998.
A) What is the full form of Iskcon?
The international society for Krishna Consciousness (Iskcon). Iskcon community founded in 1966 in New York City by A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.
B) Opening and closing timing of Isckon Temple in New Delhi
Isckon temple remains open for seven days in a week. But it has some timing of open and close.
04: 30 Am to 01:00 pm
04: 00 Pm to 09: 00 pm
11) Rashtrapati Bhavan or President House of India
The Rashtrapati Bhavan is the official residence of Indian president which is also known as the viceroy house. It built upon the raisina hills by the period of English ruler.
A) What is inside the Rashtrapati Bhavan?
Rashtrapati Bhavan has the vast area where you can see 340 rooms, two main chambers which are known as the Darbar hall and Ashoka hall, Mughal garden which is open for public for few days only in march month, receptions hall and guest rooms.
B) Distance between India gates to Rashtrapati Bhavan
India gate to Rashtrapati Bhavan is just 3 Km which can be easily covered by walk while visiting the architecture on the Rajpath road. This lane also being used for the parade during a time of republic day march.
C) Is Rashtrapati Bhavan for the ordinary public?
There are very fewer chances to visit the Rashtrapati Bhavan by ordinary citizens. Because of it’s the Indian house president. However, if you love to wish some places of the Bhavan, you can go into the Rashtrapati Bhavan through Delhi tourism Hoho bus. Because they have authority to provide the sightseeing of guard changing ceremony which is remains held on every Saturday.
Nearest Metro station from Rashtrapati Bhavan:-Central Secretariate on Yellow Line
12) Lodhi Garden a beautiful well maintained garden in New Delhi
Lodhi garden is the most popular garden on the Lodhi road New Delhi where you will get four architecture from the Lodhi dynasty, including the mosque.
1. Mohammed shah tomb
2. Sikandar Lodhi Tomb
3. Bara Gumbad
4. Shisha Gumbad
The shisha gumbad (Mirror dome) opposite of the bara gum bad where while entering you will see the graves from the Lodhi dynasty. Still, it’s not decided that who was in the tombs. The remaining two is the tomb of Sikandar Lodhi and Mohammed shah tomb.
A) Garden area of Lodhi garden
The Lodhi garden is built the very busiest road here plenty of people come here to jogging in the morning and evening every day. Morning time you can also attend the yoga session by the permission of the senior citizen’s group.
B) Flower and birds in the Lodhi Garden
Flower and birds make Lodhi garden more beautiful than other nurseries. Lodhi garden has some unique blossom from the starting of the garden. Which can attract anybody on the earth? I am a plant lover, so when I fragrance the flower, it makes me refresh all the times. The Lodhi garden is the best place for you as it’s also monuments. So you might see here good numbers of foreigners & this place is safe. You must come here with your family or friends with any worry.
C) Tourist places to visit near Lodhi garden
1. Hazrat Nizammudin Dargah
3. Airforce Bal Bharti school
4. Islamic centre on the Lodhi road
5. Hotel Lodhi (Five stars)
6. Indian habitat centre on the Lodhi Road
7. Central Government Office (C. G O) on the Lodhi road
8. Dayal Singh college
9. Lodhi road sai baba temple
10. JLN Stadium (Jawal Lal Nehru)
11. Mausam Vibhag (Metrological department)
Nearest metro station: – JLN stadium
Opening and closing time
05:00 Am to 08:00 Pm and all days open in a week
Entry tickets for the Lodhi garden:- Free
13) Nehru Museum & memorial
Nehru museum or memorial was the official residence of India’s first prime minister Jawal Lal Nehru. After his death the all house has been converted into the museum and memorial for his memory. There you can visit the library. A room where Jawal Lal Nehru had taken the meeting on 14-15. August night. The Nehru museum built on the vast area and the place is also known as the Teen Murti house.
A) Teen Murti House
Nehru museum is also known as the Teen Murti House. Because when you enter into the Nehru memorial on the right side of your, you will find the three statues which are of three soldiers who had participated in the world war one and those soldiers were from Hyderabad, Mysore and Jodhpur the states of India.
B) Planetarium inside the Nehru museum
There is a planetarium inside the Nehru Museum where Everyday school groups and regular citizen come to visit.
C) Nehru planetarium show timing
11:30 am (English), 1:30pm (Hindi), 3pm (English) & 4pm (Hindi)
D) Nehru museum entry and timing
The memorial remains open six days in a week only it gets closed on Monday.
Entry tickets: – Per adults INR 50
Per child (4 to 12 yrs.) INR 30
School students INR 20 (ID card required)
14) Tughlakabad Fort ( Ruins of Tuglakabad Fort)
Tughlakabad fort also comes under the ancients forts of Delhi which was built by Ghiyas-ud-din Tuglaq in 1321. Ghiyas-ud-din tuglaq was the founder of 4th city of Delhi which was known as the Tuglaq Dynasty. Nowadays you can visit the ruins of the tughlakabad fort near tughlakabad residential area.
A) Massive walls of the tughlakabad Fort Entrance
The entrance of the tughlakabad fort is quite impressive. Because it has a massive wall & hard stones which cannot break easily & beautiful lawn area both side of the entrance gate, you would have to step up on the big stones stairs which are around 50-60 approx. & its look too classy.
Recommendation: – On the entrance of you might see several monkeys. I would suggest you don’t play with them. Because they can bite you, keep your phone or camera away from the monkeys because they snatch it from the tourist.
B) How to visit the fort in short time?
Tuglaqa fort has a vast area. You need a minimum of 3 hours to cover it. But if you don’t have much time to visit this fort. You visit the fort from one side. There are two ways inside the fort. Once you show the ticket to the Security guard after that, you have the right and left both ways. Left side only ruins are not as much attractive than the right side. So go for the right side because you could see the beautiful architecture with massive walls in red and light brown colours.
C) The map while entering the fort
There is a small map after walking approx. 100 metres. Which will help you to find the way inside? You can see it in the images below.
D) Way to with glorious stones architecture
Now way two is in front of you on the first floor of the tomb. Here could see the beautiful ruin architecture and the opposite of it a small gate.
E) Step down and visit the Meena Bazaar area
Once we reach downstairs, there is an area where people used to purchase saares, artificially jewellery and clothes in the period of tuglaq dynasties.
You can find a beautiful place in the image below. Here I had stood for a while and looked up the entire city. There is a lovely view you can capture in your camera or eyes.
F) Baoli in the tughlakabad fort
While roaming in the fort Keep your eyes on the ground as well. Because Tughlakabad fort has several baoli inside the fort, & don’t go in the grassy area because there is a possibility of snakes inside that.
G) Entry tickets of the Tuglaqa Fort
INR 25 For the Indian Nationals
INR 300 For the Foreign nationals
Video Filming Fee:- 25 Per camera
You can make the payment through Bar code from your Paytm account or any UPI payment.
H) How to reach Tuglaqa Fort?
The nearest metro station is a Sarita vihar metro station which is around 15 km away from the fort. After that, you need to hire a tuk-tuk which will charge you around 100-150 one side.
15) Delhi Gate in Old Delhi
The Delhi gate is in the Darya Ganj area which was earlier known as the Shahjahanabad city. Delhi has 14 gates from the ruler’s time. In which few were built by Mughal emperor Shahjahan in the middle of 17th century. The emperor used the Delhi gate for the prayer at Jama Masjid.
Entry prohibited in the Delhi gate.
The Delhi gate stands in the middle of the road where every day plenty of people through Delhi. But you can go inside the gate due to safety reason by archaeological survey of India.
16) Bangla Sahib Gurudwara
Bangla Sahib Gurudwara is one of the prominent gurudwara in Connaught place, New Delhi. Its the association of Sikh, 8th guru, Guru Sarkisian Sahib Ji. The gurudwara also has the sacred river which also called as ‘Sarovar’. People not allowed to wash in the Sarovar. Because of complete water gets dirty and not allowed to feed fishes.
Langar inside the Bangla Sahib Gurudwara
Bangla Sahib Gurudwara has the facilities of langar inside the guru where several people can eat langar prasad at the one time also you can ask for the langar twice or thrice while you are sitting one time.
Cover your head
You can take prasad inside the Gurudwara. There is strict instruction by the Sikh community every person has to cover their head whether Gents or ladies.
Every year The gurudwara is being decorated on the birth date and Diwali with the beautiful lights.
Nearest metro station to reach Bangla Sahib Gurudwara: – Patel Chowk or Rajiv chowk both are on the yellow line.
17) Mughal Garden In Rashtrapati Bhavan
Rashtrapati Bhavan is a prominent landmark in the New Delhi, India. Which has divided into two block north and south? The Rashtrapati Bhavan is the official residence of Indian president. There is a vast garden inside the Rashtrapati Bhavan which is open for the public from February to March month. The garden has divided into the north to west block and east to west. You can say it a square garden. The garden has some beautiful features such as the main garden, Terrace garden, Long garden or the Purdha Garden, The circular (Sunken or butterfly) Garden.
Variety of Flowers in the Bhavan
There have 250 types of rose and with the natural herbs.
Mughal garden gets opened from 09 am to 04 pm, and is open from 6th February 2020 to 10th March 2020.
Recommendation: – Several people love to visit the Mughal Garden every year even foreign guest also come in the garden. Due to the dense crowd, people have to stand in the big queue. To avoid the long line, you can book the entrance online through the Rashtrapati Bhavan online site.
18) Bara Gumbad in Lodhi Garden
The first one is the Bara Gumbad ( Big Dome ) it’s yet not decided that built this and why so? But as per legends, it was the main entrance of the mosque adjacent to bara gumbad from the first story of the Bara gumbad you can watch the open windows for the fresh air.
The mosque has a beautiful three domes on the top of it, and the interior of the mosque looks gorgeous. There you can find thing written in the Muslim language.
19) Sarojini Nagar market
Sarojni Nagar market built upon the large surface. But it remains crowdy. Here thousands of people come to buy clothes, Wallet, Artificial jewellery, shoes, households and many other items. If you are planning to visit Delhi, then you must visit this market because you can get the good stuff of cloths at an economical price.
A) What can you buy in the Sarojini Nagar market?
The market has the ultimate collection for the boys and girls with ladies and gents. Please follow the below-given items and choose your stuff.
1. Jeans and pant at just 150
2. T-shirts from just INR 100
3. Three pair of branded socks at INR 50
4. Trekking shoes at 1000 only
5. Sports shoes starting at 150
6. Sling bags beginning at INR 100
7. Winter jackets of brands at just INR 200 to 800
8. Girls trendy sling bags only at 150
9. Travel bags beginning at INR 200
10. Ladies innerwear at a nominal cost
11. Shades starting at INR 100
12. Home utility things on very reasonable price
13. Trendy caps.
14. Joggers and lower starting at 150 only
15. Shorts for summer are starting at INR 100 only.
B) Where can you eat in the market?
The market has a various eating place depending upon your pocket and taste. If you are momos lover, then you can get a small street momos wala close to DLF South Square mall and if you want to have some chines food go for chines van near the backside of momos shop in Sarojini Nagar market.
C) Hygiene food in Sarojini Nagar market?
You can also go for the hygiene food in the DLF South Square mall in the market. They have good brands available for the visitors such as the McDonald, KFC, Haldirams.
D) What’s the nearest metro station?
You can get down at the Sarojni Nagar metro station itself. The market is just 10 mins walkable from the metro station.
E) Opening and closing timing of the Sarojini Nagar market?
Sarojni Nagar markets get open by 11:00 am & it gets closed by 09:30 pm
The market remains closed Monday & if you want to get the new apparel then always plan your shopping on Tuesday.
20 ) Waste to Wonder Park Replica of 7 wonders of the world at the same place in Delhi
Waste to wonder is the major sightseeing in the history of tourism. Because it has included the world seven wonders at the same place. It’s a theme park which was inaugurated by honourable home minister Mr Rajnath Singh on 21st Feb 2019. The park based upon the replica of the world seven wonders.
A) What are the Seven Wonders of the World in waste to wonder park?
As we all know that waste to wonder idea is a unique concept which was created by South Delhi Municipal Corporation. They had used waste material to prepare the complete architect such as unused automobile parts tyre, Iron rods, iron sheets, nut bolts, chain, light etc.
1. Agra Taj Mahal which is actually in the Agra, India
2. Great Pyramid of Giza, which is actually in Egypt
3. Colosseum which is originally in Rome, Italy
4. Eiffel Tower is beautiful architecture, built-in Paris, France.
5. The standing leaning tower of Pisa in Italy
6. Rio Redeemer from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
7. Statue of Liberty, the lucrative architect from New York, USA
B) What is the entry fees for Waste to wonder theme park?
Age of 3 to 12 is just INR 25
Age of 13 or above that INR 50
No entry tickets for senior citizens and students of municipal schools.
The waste to wonder theme park remains closed on Monday and it’s open from Tuesday to Sunday from 11: 00 Am to 11:00 Pm.
C) Nearest Metro station
You can get down at the Nizamuddin metro station for Waste to wonder park.
21) Central Market of Lajpat Nagar Market
Lajpat Nagar market is one of the busiest markets in south Delhi. Lajpat Nagar has much shopping places in the market with quality brands. Such as reebok, woodland, Red chief, hush puppies, style shoe collection, liberty shoes showroom and kins for shoes and if you want to go for clothes there is plenty of the options available. You can buy clothes from BlackBerry, Louis Philippe, Mufti, Monte Carlo, Peter England, Chumun dresses n more for women, Biba apparels, Maximum, Westside, V mart, and Manyavar.
A) Where can you eat in the Lajpat Nagar or central market?
The market has a variety of food available with delicious taste. You can try the Bikanervala restaurant, Haldirams, McDonald, KFC, Cafe coffee day, Mazaar Restaurant, an Afghan restaurant, The colony bistro, The golden dragon bar and restaurant, Nawab’s Rasoi, 33 cafe street and Beliram degchiwala etc.
B) Street food also available with small shops and a van for Chinese food and biryani
I had tried last time chicken biryani from Zaika Moradabad. The taste was delicious. If you are a non-veg lover, then must try. Also, you can try the dolma aunty momos near 3c’s mall.
C) What’s the nearest metro station from Lajpat Nagar Market?
You can get down at the Lajpat Nagar metro station. It’s just 2 mins walkable from the market.
If you are coming through your vehicle, that will be very much tricky for you to park your car. Because of the market remains busiest.
22) Jama Masjid Delhi Blog
Jama masjid is the huge mosques built by the Mughal ruler Shah Jahan in the middle of 17th century. When Delhi was known as the Shahjahanabad city, the unique thing about the mosque is that here more than 25000 people can do prayer together in a single time. It has three domes over the mosque with two minarets adjacent that.
A ) What can you enjoy near Jama Masjid Delhi?
The mosque is surrounding with the biggest chicken, mutton and beef in Delhi and known as the Jama Masjid Market also adjacent to the Jama mosque you will find a Meena bazaar market. People buy clothes, shades or sunglasses, artificial jewellery etc.
B) Why Jama masjid non-veg market famous in Delhi?
You can taste the various kind of non-item in Jama masjid chicken, mutton or beef kabab from Qureshi kabab corner. It’s one of the favourite mines the shop is open for seven days a week. The second restaurant you can try the Karim’s if you are gravy non-veg lover. Karim has its three sitting areas where people have to stand in a line for eating the food first. Al Jawahar restaurant it’s a beautiful and clean restaurant in the Jama masjid area; otherwise, few restaurants are filthy.
C) The market of the Jama Masjid area famous for sweet dishes
Yes, you have read right above. The market is not only renowned for non-veg. It’s also famous for delicious dishes which quickly you will not get it from other shops or markets.
a) Shahi Tukda: – it’s one of my favourite sweet in the market. Which is look like a halwa. You can taste it with or without Rabri (blend of. Milk and sweets) you can try it from Cool Point it’s the oldest shop in the market and adjacent to Quershi Kabab Corner.
b) Ice Cream: – I know you will think now you had tasted many delicious pieces of ice creams near your home or other places. But trust me cool point mango ice cream has no comparison with others.
D) How to reach Jama Masjid in Delhi?
You can come to Jama Masjid through the metro because it has excellent connectivity.
Nearest metro station: – Jama Masjid violet line
Also, you can hire a tuk-tuk.
Special note: – You might face a parking issue in the market or near Jama masjid suggest you hire a taxi or tuk-tuk or try to come through Metro only.
23) Feroz Shah Kotla Monuments in Delhi
Feroz Shah Kotla fort was built by Feroz shah tuglaq in the 14th Century when Delhi was known as the Firozabad city. He had made various architecture inside the fort but nowadays you would have to visit the ruins of the Ferozshah Kotla fort.
A) Ashoka pillar in Feroz shah Kotla monuments
The maximum part of the monument ruined now, but yes still there is Ashoka pillar which shines never get lost. Because it made of Pristine polished sandstone, it’s one of the oldest pillars from the working period Maurya’s.
B) Jami Mosque in the monument
Jami mosque is also the most prominent tourist attraction inside the Feroz Shah Kotla monuments. Because of this mosque still in the use of people who live near to the area. A courtyard and cloisters surround the mosque with a big prayer hall. Which was used by ladies in the 14th century?
C) Baoli inside the Feroz Kotla monument
There is a deep baoli (well) inside the mosque which used for the water. But now the time some people have believed that genes are living inside the well. If we shall drop a single coin inside the well and wish anything, it will come true very soon. I am not sure it’s true or not, but yes I heard it by many people in the last eight years. You can also wish something if in case it’s work for you then please with me too.
Nearest Metro station: – I.T.O on the violet line
Entry ticket for Feroz Shah Kotla Monument in Delhi
The Indian national INR 20
The Foreign National INR 250
For the SAARC National INR 20
Nearest Metro Station:- Delhi Gate and I.T.O
24) Akshardham Temple ( Swami Narayan temple in Delhi )
Akshardham temple is also known as the Swami Narayan complex, which means Akshar meaning indestructible and Dham meaning is abode or home. The temple is famous all over the world, and there are many Akshardham temples is abroad also such as Australia and Canada. It dedicated to lord Neelkant. The Delhi Akshardham temple inaugurated on 06th Nov 2005 in the presence of Dr APJ Abdul Kala and inaugurated by Pramukh Swami Maharaj.
There are some features of the temple which attract people from every state and country.
Ten Gate ( Inviting goddess from everywhere )
Bhakti Dwar(Offering devotion to god and his choicest devotees )
Mayur Dwar ( The Peacock gate tribute to colours and joy )
Murti ( Gold Plated Murti Of lord Swaminarayan )
Abhishek Mandapam ( Offer prayers and ritually pouring Ganga water on the enchanting murti of Neelkanth Varni )
Narayan (The holy waters of 151 rivers, lakes and step wells of India)
Yagnapurush Kund & Sahaj Anand water show ( Fountain Show, sound light show )
Timing of Akshardham Temple and nearest metro station:-
Morning 09:30 am to 06: 30 pm and All days open except Monday.
Nearest metro station: – Akshardham on the blue line
There are no entry fees inside the temple only you have to pay extra for fountain shows and movies.
Recommendation: – Kindly carry a small bag with you where you can put your all gadgets like Mobile phone, Camera and Selfie sticks, etc. You cannot bring any electronic devices inside the temple and premises. You would have to submit all the accessories into the locker room.
25) Hauz –Khas Village ( Water Reservoir for Siri )
Hauz Khas village is a beautiful water reservoir built by two rulers in ancient history. An Alauddin Khalji made it at the starting of the 13th century when Delhi was known as Siri. Alaudin khalji had made the Hauz Khas for Siri inhabitants whenever rains in the Siri area. All water had stored, and it will be clean through the water reservoir, after that death of Alaudin khalji. Feroz Shah, tuglaq had restored the complete Hauz Khas & used it for water & that time it was known as the Royal Water tank.
Five Chattri Inside the Hauz Khas
I am not sure why rulers had used these five domes given in the image below. But it looks really interesting.
Nowadays Hauz Khas Village
Hauz Khas come under the posh colony of New Delhi. Where you can find designer clothes, ethnic wear which attracts the foreigner a lot also if you want to spend a night in the club. There is a lot of clubs available near Hauz Khas village.
Pre-wedding shoot at the Hauz Khas Village
People are using Hauz Khas village for Pre-wedding shoots. Because they quickly get the delighted photos near the lake and old monuments.
Timing of Hauz Khas Village
The village remains open from Monday to Saturday from 10:30 am to 07: pm and it is close on Sunday only.
Nearest Metro station: – Hauz Khas village (10 Min walkable)
26) The longest tower in the Delhi or Qutub Minar
Qutub Minar or a Qutub complex comes under the UNESCO world heritage site. It was the longest tower between the 12th to 18th Centuries in India, and Qutub Uddin Aibak built the first story of the complex and after that 2 was Iltutmish and remaining completed by the Feroz shah tuglaq.
A) The reason behind Qutub Minar
Qutub Minar was the highest tower in India, and Mohammad Ghori ousted the Rajputs and his successor. That is why it’s known as the Victory tower. The soldiers of the Qutub Ud Aibark used to stand on the balcony of the Qutub complex to keep watching others.
B) What else you can visit inside the Qutub Minar
Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque built by Qutub Uddin Aibak
Alai Darwaza it was created by the second sultan of Delhi Ala-ud-din-khalji
Iron Pillar still not rusted and here erected by Chandragupta 2
Tom of Iltutmish the second sultan of Delhi sultanate
Tomb of Imam Zamin
Ala-ud-din khalji’s Madarsa
Alai Minar built by ala Ud din khailji ( Half Constructed Tower )
C) How to reach Qutub Minar
The nearest metro station is Metro Malviya Nagar and Saket and Qutub station. The all the stations at least 2-3 km from the Qutub complex.
D) Timing of Qutub Minar
Morning 07 am to 05 Pm or sunrise and sunset
Entry fees INR 35 for the Indian citizens and 550 for the Foreigner visitors
The large size of video camera charges extra
All days open for the visitors
Tourist also ask for the digital recorded audio headphone at the entry gates
You can carry a big bag with you in Qutub Minar. Because of security reasons. You need to submit it in the locker room. It cost only INR 2 for each bag.
You can carry a small bag with you if you have the laptop inside the bag.
You can book tickets online as well through Yatra.com and also you can pay the amount through QR code from your bank on the ticket counter.
Interesting fact:-You can enjoy the Sound and light show at the Qutub Complex from 07: pm to 09: pm that charges will be extra.
27) Deer Park with Small Lake
Deer Park is the most nearby place where you can visit the deer and different birds like parrot, swan, and bats. The deer park is connecting to Hauz Khas village, or you can say some part of the deer park. Because of the water reservoir or lake is inside the deer park. People are not allowed to get into the lake due to safety reasons for citizens.
There are no entry fees you need to pay inside the deer park.
Recommendation: – Avoid teasing to the bats because it is harmful.
28) Rajghat Memorial of Mahatma Gandhi
Rajghat is the funeral place of Mahatma Gandhi. The location is earlier known as the Shahjahanabad city, and rajghat placed on the ghat of the Ganges River. Later the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi. He cremated on the Rajghat. When you enter the Rajghat, you will find a black platform that is a place where Mahatma Gandhi cremated on 31st January 1948. The memorial is between the lush and green area and near to Ignou University.
Memorial’s in the vicinity of Rajghat
There are a few more memorials of prominent leaders in the vicinity of Rajghat. Such as Shanti Van or Shanti Vana (Forest Of Peace), Vijay ghat (Victory platform) a memorial Lal bahadur Shastri, Shakti Sthal (place of power) Memorial of the first lady prime minister Indra Gandhi, Veer Bhumi (Land of Brave) Memorial of Rajiv Gandhi, etc.
Timing of Rajghat
Opening and closing timing 06:30 Am To 06:00 Pm and All days open
There are no entry fees
Nearest metro station: – Red Fort (3 Km)
29) Kingdoms of dreams in Gurgaon Delhi NCR
Kingdoms of dreams are the live entertainment program in a complex. It was inaugurated by the honourable chief minister of Haryana on 29th January 2010 and finally opened publicly on 10th September 2010. Here you can enjoy the live programs by the actors and film artists.
Also, check below programs in Kingdoms of Dream Theme Park
1. Nautanki Mahal ( A Big Auditorium with the seating of 864 people in one time )
2. Culture Gully (Enjoy the food, art. Culture is a fully air-conditioned hall
3. Showshaa Theatre ( Shows based on upon the Indian culture and mythology of people)
4. Iifa Buzz Café ( If you want to feel like a member of Iifa awards and dining area visit the Iifa Buzz Café it will give you feel like a celebrity in the music and decoration )
Tickets price of the Kingdoms of dream
It is starting from 600 with culture gully and up to 2999/- per person for Diamond. Please find out below full charges.
All charges mentioned below for the per person only
Culture Gully: – 600
Value: – 1199
Bronze: – 1249
Silver: – 1499
Gold: – 1999
Platinum: – 2499
Diamond: – 2999
Location: – Sector 29, Gurgaon, Haryana (Nearest of IFFCO Chowk Metro station)
30) National Zoological Park
It is one of the oldest Zoological parks in New Delhi and adjacent to Old Fort or “Purana Qila” where everyday numbers of people come. The park is spreading in a vast area with quantities of the animal inside the park.
There is some regulation which visitor has to follow.
1. Eatable items not allowed inside the park except milk for infants
2. Any kind of flammable items not permitted in the park.
3. Polythene and bags are not allowed. You have to submit that in the locker room.
4. Knife and scissors not allowed.
5. Bluetooth system or any music equipment not allowed except phone
Possibility of the animal inside the zoological park in Delhi
There is almost every bread of the animals you can watch inside the park such as White Leopard, Lion, Elephants, Giraffe, Zebra, Deer’s, Monkeys, Hippopotamus, Swan, Birds, etc.
Canteen in National Zoo Logical Park
You don’t need to think about the food places because there is a big canteen out of the park where you can taste excellent food with your family and friends.
31) Madame Tussauds in Connaught Place, New Delhi
Madame Tussauds is one of the famous wax museums in Regal Building Connaught Place New Delhi 110001 where you can watch the statue of celebrities made through the wax. It is being trendy becoming the tourist of Delhi and out Delhi because it has the excellent features inside the museum and 23rd Tussauds museum in the world.
Statue of Celebrities inside the wax Museum
There are multi statues in the wax museum of Bollywood, Hollywood, and sports. Please find below the name.
1. Sports Wax Statue
Sachin Tendulkar Representing India by cricket
Kapil Dev Representing India by cricket
Virat Kohli representing India by cricket
David Beckham representing Manchester united by Football
Lionel Messi representing Barcelona and Argentina by Football
Mary Kom representing India by Boxer
Usain Bolt representing Jamaica by Sprinting
32) Purana Quila or old fort
Purana Quila is the attractive monuments built by Humayun’s son of Babur. Humayun’s had made the Purana Quila in mid of the 16th century also you can find here some architecture from Sher shah Suri who defeated Humayun in the battle.
3 Gates inside the Purana Quila
1. Humayun’s Darwaza
2. Bara Darwaza
3. Talaqi Darwaza
Humayun’s Darwaza and bara Darwaza was the entrance gate of the Purana Quila, and Talaqi Darwaza was the forbidden gate where nobody was allowed.
There are still some belongings you can watch inside the fort of Humayun’s and Sher Shah Suri.
1. Quila -i- Kuhna Mosque
2. Sher Mandal
Quila -I- Kuhna Mosque
Quila i -Sher Shah Suri built the Kuhna mosque in 1541 after defeating Humayun. The mosque made with the red sandstones, and it was the single dome mosque.
Sher Shah Suri legends built sher Mandal says that it was the entrainment places of Sher Shah Suri. But again Humayun recaptured the Purana Quila from Sher Shah Suri, son & he made the sher mandalas the library.
Timing of Purana Quila
Morning 07 Am to Evening at 05 Pm
All days open in a week.
INR 20 per person for Indians
INR 200 per Person for foreigners
No charges for the camera
INR 25 for camera recording
33) The Garden Of Five Senses In Delhi
Garden of five senses in Delhi inaugurated in the February month 2003 by Delhi Tourism. It had taken three years to build up with the glory of gardens. This garden is not only for the visitors from our states of the country. But it can be used by the people of Delhites as well. Because in modern times everyone is busy with the earning of money and 80% of people forget to rest, and some people travel to out of the station to relax their body.
Features inside the Garden of five senses
Red Sandstones elephant statues
The statue of reading children’s in white colours
The statues of the lady in black colours while posing
Best place for tik-toks and video making lovers
The Solar Hut
Timing of Garden of five senses in Delhi
April to September: – 09:00 am to 07: 00 Pm
(Tickets window will remain last open till 06:30 Pm only)
October to March: – 09:00 am to 06:00 Pm
The ticket window will remain last open till 05:30 Pm
Tickets price of Garden of five senses
Adults INR 35
Child (5-12 Yrs.) INR 15
Housekeeping INR 10
Senior Citizens (Above 60 years) INR 15
Unique details:- if you are coming for the pre-wedding shoot, post-wedding shoot, Family shoot or else any shoot with the big camera’s then you would have to pay INR 3000 + taxes as the Delhi tourism guidelines. Also, you can do parties inside the garden of five senses on an additional cost. I would refer you to visit the Delhi tourism and transport development corporation ltd website for this because the price may vary anytime as per the government norms.
34) Saket Select City Walk A Big Shopping Complex
Select city walk in Saket is one of the best shopping malls in Delhi here every day several people visit and buy things. It has all international brands with domestic brands of India. The mall also has two more famous malls of India MGF Metropolitan and DLF mall. The crowd of the mall is always attractive to the tourist. Even every year on Christmas and New Year’s the complete mall is decorate for the visitors. It has a functional lawn area for events and parties.
Brands in select city walk-in Delhi
1. PVT on the ground floor
2. Tommy Hilfiger on the ground floor
3. Massimo Dutti on the first floor
4. Zara on the ground floor
5. H & M Ground floor
6. Burberry on the Ground Floor
7. Sephora on the Ground floor
8. Dior on the Ground Floor
9. Calvin Klein on the first floor
10. My imagine a store on the first floor
11. Pantaloons on the first floor
12. Forever 21
13. Croma on the first floor
15. Pizza Hut
18. Star bucks
19. Excuse me, Bose
20. The Beer Cafe
Timing of select city walk: Morning 10: 00 am to 11:00 pm: All days open
35) Jantar Mantar
Jantar Mantar is the astronomy in Delhi which was built by Maharaja Jai Singh II who had built five Jantar Mantar in Ujjain, Jaipur, Mathura, Varanasi and Delhi, India. The construction had started in 1724 to 1735.
Reason to build Jantar Mantar
Jantra and mantra had constructed for the purpose to calculate the time and years. You can find below four important yantras.
Jaya Prakash Yantra
Timing of Jantar Mantar in Delhi
09:30 Am to 05:30 pm
Entry tickets of Jantar Mantar in INR For Per Person
15 for Indian visitors
200 for foreign tourists
15 for SAARC tourist
15 For BIMSTEC
25 for video recording
No charges photography
Nearest metro station: – Patel Chowk and Rajiv Chowk
Nearest Railway Station: – New Delhi
Places to visit near Jantar Mantar
1. Connaught Place
2. Rashtrapati Bhavan
3. Parliament House
4. Janpath Market
5. PVR cinema
6. Madame Tussauds
7. Central cottage industries Emporium
8. Gurudwara Bangla Sahib
9. Delhi Metro Museum
10. Agresen ki baoli
11. Ancient lord hanuman temple
12. Palika bazaar
36) Bhairav Temple From The Period of Pandava’s
Lord Bhairav Temple or Shri kilkari Nath bhairav temple situated on the Mathura road and the backside of the old fort and the opposite of Pragati maidan gate no 2. The deity of the lord bhairav temple says the temple is here from the period of Pandava & the more interesting fact of the temple is the prasad. People offer liquor to lord bhairav because as per the legend says, lord bhairav like to drink the alcohol. After to provide the liquor for lord bhairav the remaining liquor will be distributed to the beggars outside of the temple.
The colossal crowd outside of bhairav temple on Mathura road
You might meet with a long line outside of the temple. Because every day, several people visit the temple. Especially on the day.
Recommendation: – If you are going to the temple through your vehicle, then park your vehicle in the Pragati maidan parking otherwise come through any public conveyance. Because some people unethically park their cars and in the end, traffic police have to tow their vehicles.
Nearest metro station: – Indraprastha Metro station and Pragati maidan metro station on the blue line
Metro to the temple is around 3 km. You can get the tuk-tuk quickly it will charge maximum INR 50.
Timing of lord bhairav temple on Mathura road
Temple remains open seven days in a week from 05:00 Am to 12:- Pm and 03:00 Pm to 09:00 Am
Photography:- Not allowed inside the temple
37) National Museum Around 2, 00,000 Work of Indian and international
The national museum in New Delhi on the Janpath road is the biggest in India. Where you will be able to watch the variety of historical articles and statues, it established on 15th August 1949. After that, anything archaeological survey of India got through excavation. They have submitted it into the museum. The museum has a collection from Harappa civilization which is also known as the Indus valley civilization a collection from the “Maurya” and “Gautam Budh”.
Timing of National Museum
Tuesday to Friday 10:00 Am to 06:00 Pm Saturday and Sunday 10:00 Am to 08: Pm
Museum remains closed on Monday
Entry tickets price of the national museum
INR 20 for the Indian citizens
INR 650 for the foreign visitor, including audio guide during visit.
The students up to 12 years are complimentary, but they must have to carry the heir id proof.
38) Sacred Heart cathedrals Church
It’s one of the oldest churches in the Connaught place new Delhi. Where every day, many people come and pray together. It was built-in 1934 and designed by Henry Medd. The was the team member of sir Edwin Lutyens who had intended to maximum New Delhi and Connaught Place.
What you can explore nearby
1. Gurudwara Bangla Sahib
2. Jantar Mantar
3. Central Park
4. Ancient lord hanuman temple
5. Kali bari temple
39) Pragati Maidan ( Ground of development)
Pragati maidan is the biggest platform for events and promotions. Every year the number of people Pragati maidan for the events & advertising. It’s the place where you can promote your product whether it’s for the property, food, chemical, water, Agriculture, Textile, Handicraft, Hotels, Tourism, etc.
Events in Pragati maidan 2020
1. Beauty and spa expo India (04 and 05th May 2020)
2. Power-Gen India and Central Asia (05, 06, and 07th May 2020)
3. Transport India 2020 at Pragati Maidan (20 to 22 July 2020)
4. Textile Fairs India 2020 at Pragati maidan (23 to 25 July 2020)
5. India International pet trade fair in pagati maidan (29 to 30 Aug 2020)
6. Book Fair in Pragati Maidan (23 to 27 Sep 2020)
7. India International Trade Fair (14 to 27 Nov 2020)
40) Rail Museum and Toy Train
We all know that trains were a lifeline for many people. Who doesn’t afford to travel through airways and can’t afford their cars? Because train fare remains economical than other transport in India and the beauty of trains and the most extended history of the railroads in India you might know from the railway museum. The rail museum has the oldest train’s miniature as well the real coaches of the trains.
Best for the children
You can take your children with you for summer vacations. Because here they can get knowledge about the nizam express, toy trains and routes in India.
What is new in the Rail museum?
The weekend entry charges for the adults 50 and child 10 (03 to 12 yrs)
Also, explore 3d trains with luxurious charges
Weekday’s adults 100 and 100 for the children (03 to 12 yrs)
Weekends and govt holidays cost for adults 200 and child 200 (03-12 yrs.)
Many trains ride available in the rail museum. Must visit and tell us about your experience in the comment box below.
41) National Craft museum at Pragati Maidan
The national craft museum at the Pragati maidan is a beautiful example of Indian culture. Where you can also find the live demonstration of handmade stuff, such as embroidery work & and also there is a sale of the product made by people. The museum is in the shape of villages. When you get into the museum, the complete area will look like a village; everything has set up in urban style and village style.
You can visit the live demonstration at the national craft museum from 10:00 Am to 06:00 pm. The craftsmen are available in the museum from 01 to 31st March 2020. Museum remains closed on Monday and rests day open for the public.
Entry fees for the Indian 20 citizens and 200 for the foreigners
42) Parliament House of India
The parliament house or Sansad Bhavan of India is the beautiful circle building designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and Sir Herbert Baker and built near the raisina hill and Rashtrapati Bhavan New Delhi. The Construction of the parliament house begun in 1921 and completed in the years of 1927. It was the house of imperial legislative assembly & used by Lord Edwin, Viceroy of India. Now the house is being used for the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.
Recommendation: – Civilians are not allowed to enter inside the parliament house. Because it comes under government security, neither you can halt your vehicle near Rashtrapati Bhavan nor Parliament house.
43) Khooni Darwaza or A Blood Spotted Door
Khooni Darwaza is the 13th gate of Delhi which was built by Sher Shah Suri in his ruling period in Delhi. The gate is around 50 Ft high and built with the quartize stones and after the incident of the raped with a girl in the khooni Darwaza government had closed the gate permanently for the public. Khooni Darwaza lies on the Bhadurshah Zafar marge near Delhi gate and Feroz Shah Kotla stadium and monument.
Why do people call this gate as a khooni Darwaza?
The British Officer William Hudson had captured the three princes of the Mughal dynasty from the Humayan’s tomb. And he was shifting them to Red fort While shifting the three princes of the Mughal dynasty bahadur shah Zafar son’s Mirza Mughal, Mirza Khazir Sultan and Mirza Abu Bakht were shooted by the British Officer William Hudson on 22nd 1857.
Nearby places to visit:-
1. Delhi Gate
2. Feroz Shah Kotla Monument
3. Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium also is known as the Arun Jaitely Stadium
4. Maulana Azad Medical College
5. National Bal Bhavan
6. Shankar’s Doll Museum
7. Headquarters of Newspaper
8. Rajghat Memorial of Mahatma Gandhi
9. Samta Sathal memorial of Babu Jagjivan Ram
10. Red Fort
11. Indra Gandhi Stadium
44) National Bal Bhavan A institute for the children
The National Bal Bhavan is the institute for the children which was founded by First Indian prime minister of Indian Pandit Jawal Lal Nehru in 1956. It situated on Kotla road near Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi 110002.
What national Bal Bhavan Offers to the Children?
National Bal Bhavan is the institute in New Delhi offers from 5 years to 16 years children can learn activities and creativity because the government has appointed the teachers for this. Even Bal Bhavan offers summer camp every year for the children.
Why is it made for the children?
National Bal Bhavan is the best platform for children in a single place. Because here everything placed with the tutor or guide. Jawal Lal Nehru wanted to increase the creativity and arts in the children’s to make India developed by the new generation. He didn’t want to work on the book for the children. He had a dream to promote India on a big scale through the children’s, and it was possible only with the new generation.
Activities in the National Bal Bhavan
1. Performing art > Kathak > Bharatnatyam> Folk Dance > Folk Music > Classical Music
2. Creative Art > Painting > Wood Work > Clay Modelling > Book Binding > Stitching
3. Science Activities > Inventor Club > Computer > How and Why
4. Physical Activities > Judo> Skating > Table Tennis> Cricket > Badminton
I would refer you to open the site of National Bal Bhavan there is also mentioned the complete details about the activities children can do.
Timing of National Bal Bhavan in Delhi
Morning 09: 00 am to 05: 00 pm
It’s closed on Saturday and Sunday also on gazetted holidays and remains open from Monday to Friday.
Tickets of the National Bhavan in Delhi
Children up to 16 years are complimentary
Above 16 yrs. will be considered as an adult and will be charged per person INR 20/- (Must have one child with you at least)
Nearest Metro Station: – I.T.O on Violet line
45) Sri Digambar Jain Temple
Sri Digambar Jain Temple is the oldest temple in the old Delhi Chandni chowk which is also known as the Shahjahanabad city. Mughal emperor Shahjahan built the Shahjahanabad city, and in the middle of the 17th century, Shahjahan called to Aggarwal and another Hindus community people to ask to develop their religion temple in the Chandni Chowk. The Jain temple also has the bird hospital and adjacent Gauri Shankar Temple.
Timing of Jain Temple
05:00 am to 09: pm
Entry is free
Nearest metro station: – Red Fort (Violet line and Chandni chowk yellow line)
46) Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah
Hazrat Nizamuddin dargah is one of the famous dargahs of Sufi saints Khwaja Nizamuddin auliya. Some people have believed that if somebody wishes anything from Khwaja Sharif. Then it will come true very soon. Also if you are a non-veg lover, later you can try the tasty dishes out the dargah.
Experience: – I would never recommend you to listen to anybody inside dargah you don’t know. Some people make a fool of the people to earn money. Especially if you are not aware of the Muslim religion.
Timing of the Hazarat Nizamuddin Dargah
Dargah visiting hours is from Morning 05:00 am tonight 10:30 pm
Qawwali timing inside the dargah from 06:00 to 07:30 pm
09:00 to 10:30 pm on Thursday only.
Nearest Metro station: – Nizamuddin metro station followed by the Pink line
47) National Gallery of Monuments art ( NGMA)
National Gallery of modern art is the most prominent exhibition place in Delhi on the circle of India gate and situated on the Sher Shah road in Jaipur House. Its also known as the Jaipur house. Because Maharaja Jai Singh built it from Jaipur, here, you can find the painting and much other art by a famous artist from India and international.
Artist painting inside the National Gallery of Modern Art
1. Three Girls painting by Amrita Sher-Gil
2. Bride’s Toilet by Amrita Sher-Gil
3. Sabari in her youth by Nandalal Bose
4. Woman Holding a Fruit by Raja Ravi Verma
5. Lady with flower by Rabindranath Tagore
Timing of National Gallery of Modern Arts
Tuesday to Friday 11:00 am to 06:30 pm
Saturday and Sunday 11:00 am to 08:00 pm
Closed on Monday and at any Gazzted holidays
Ticket price inside the NGMA
Entry Free for the Age limit up to 18 years (Need school id proof)
INR 20 for the Citizen of India
INR 200 for the Foreign Nationals
48) Shankar’s International Doll Museum
Shankar’s doll museum is the only museum in Delhi where you can find several kinds of doll from India and international. The doll size small to large. It looks too pretty. If you want to make your girl happy on the weekend. You can plan your trip to the Doll museum itself. It situated on the Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg and adjacent to Newspapers headquarter.
Timing of the Doll Museum in Delhi
Tuesday to Sunday 10:00 am to 06:00 Pm
Tickets price for the doll museum
INR 30 for per Person for the adults
INR 13 for per person as a child
Nearest Metro station: – I.T.O (Outside of metro station) Followed by the Violet line