Enjoy Solo Travel Experience with Car Rental Delhi:

Travelling is an activity which helps us in exploring the world we live in. It helps us in knowing about new places, peoples, cuisines, among other things. If you have planned a tour to India, you would be overwhelmed by the ex... Read More

HAUZ KHAS VILLAGE AND MONUMENTS:

HAUZ KHAS VILLAGE AND MONUMENTS: Once upon a time, more specifically, in the year 1300, Delhi’s Sultan Allaudin Khilji built a vast reservoir – a ‘hauz’ – for his people. Later in the 1350’s, Sultan Feroze Shah Tughlaq, a prolific builder, built a m... Read More

RASHTRAPATI BHAWAN AND PARLIAMENT HOUSE:

When the British Raj decided to shift its capital from Calcutta to Delhi in 1911, they wanted a new seat of power that would speak of their imperial power to the natives, and the world. The viceroy’s palatial home would make a perfect symbol for such majesty. Among the woods and relocat... Read More

SAFDARJUNG’S TOMB:

Interestingly, the last of the great Mughal garden-tombs in Delhi was neither made by, nor hosts, a Mughal ruler of Delhi. Safdarjung was the governor of Awadh and a powerful prime minister of Mughal king, Muhammad Shah. It was his son, Shuja-ud-Daulah, who built the tomb in 1754. You ... Read More

GURUDWARA BANGLA SAHIB:

The sprawling complex of Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, built in the late 18th Century, is the most popular place of Sikh worship in Delhi. The Gurudwara is associated with the eighth Sikh Guru, Guru Har Kishan. It is called Bangla Sahib, because located here was the haveli of Mirza R... Read More

EATING IN CANNAUGHT PLACE:

The A and B blocks of CP’s Inner Circle, welcome you with Rodeo and Zen, popular for years for their Mexican and Chinese delicacies, respectively. Lighter meals can be had at Wenger’s, with their fabled shami kebabs, patties and pastries. Go even lighter with a milkshake in a range of... Read More