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

DILLI HAAT:

Open-air, ethnic, vibrant, affordable, and entirely dedicated to handcrafted products, Dilli Haat is the capital’s attempt at recreating a village ‘haat’ (Local market-cum-fair). On an average day, you can find Kashmiri pashmina shawls, Assamese bamboo furniture, Madhubani paintings... Read More

EATING IN CHANDNI CHOWK:

Ghantewali, on the Chandni Chowk main road, is an Old Delhi institution. As far as reputation is concerned, among their large variety of sweets and namkeens, the sohan halwa is considered iconic. The sticky sweet golden imarti too is the best you will get. Children, of course, love the Ch... Read More

INDIA GATE

At the centre of the India Gate Radial Road, Facing Janpath An iconic Delhi image, the 140-ft high-arched war memorial called India Gate commemorates the roughly 7,000 Indian soldiers who died fighting for Britain in World War 1. Designed by Edwin Lutyens, who also pl... Read More