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Treks in a Wild World. Eat, Drink Travel. Across the Planet. Lonely Planet Shorts. Browse more shows. Covid travel updates. Beaches, coasts and islands. Art and culture. View all stories. Lonely Planet Membership. Lonely Planet Kids. Hindi, Urdu, English. Welcome to Delhi. Steeped in history yet overflowing with modern life, colorful, cacophonous Delhi pulsates with the relentless rhythms of humanity like few other cities on Earth. Select points of interest to plot on map by type Top Attractions. Mehrauli Archaeological Park. Greater Delhi Gurgaon Gurugram. Sunder Nagar, Nizamuddin Lodi Colony. Old Delhi Shahjahanabad. Sunder Nagar, Nizamuddin Lodi Colony. Old Delhi Shahjahanabad. Hazrat Nizam-ud-din Dargah. Sunder Nagar, Nizamuddin Lodi Colony. Greater Delhi Gurgaon Gurugram. Greater Delhi Gurgaon Gurugram. Qutb Minar Complex. Greater Delhi Gurgaon Gurugram. Sunder Nagar, Nizamuddin Lodi Colony. see all attractions. Highlights in Delhi. The home of Mughal emperors for more than 200 years, Shah Jahan's' magnificent fortress stands imperious at one end of Shahjahanabad Old Delhi, and is Delhi's' most-famous attraction.
Delhi Travel Guide: Find the Delhi Tourist Guide Information at Times of India Travel.
Kids too can have a gala time in Delhi for no kid can ever resist the wonders of Delhi Zoo or a session or two of boating in the Old Fort lake; add to it a game or two of volleyball or some hours of meditation in the lush greens of Lodhi Garden.
Delhi Wikipedia.
Rashtrapati Bhavan lit up for Republic Day of India. Delhi's' association and geographic proximity to the capital, New Delhi, has amplified the importance of national events and holidays like Republic Day, Independence Day 15 August and Gandhi Jayanti. On Independence Day, the Prime Minister addresses the nation from the Red Fort. Most Delhiites celebrate the day by flying kites, which are considered a symbol of freedom. 222 The Republic Day Parade is a large cultural and military parade showcasing India's' cultural diversity and military strength. 223 224 Over the centuries, Delhi has become known for its composite culture, and a festival that symbolises this is the Phool Walon Ki Sair, which takes place in September.
Welcome to Delhi Tourism: Official Tourism Website for Government of NCT of Delhi.
New Delhi's' air is so toxic, you can taste it CNN Video. Search CNN. Open Menu.
New Delhi's' air is so toxic, you can taste it. Air quality in Delhi is reaching hazardous levels so much so that major landmarks like the India Gate and Presidential Palace are not visible due to the pollution. As CNN's' Nikhil Kumar explains, this isn't' the worst the pollution has been in Delhi and the only thing residents can do is simply wait for the change of season.
The 10 Best Hotels in New Delhi 2021 with Prices Tripadvisor.
Popular New Delhi neighbourhoods with hotels include Pahar Ganj, Connaught Place/Janpath, and Chanakyapuri/Lutyens Delhi. Which hotels in New Delhi are good for families? The Oberoi, New Delhi, The Leela Palace New Delhi, and Andaz Delhi all received great reviews from families travelling in New Delhi.
Delhi Wikitravel.
Please help to move listings if you are familiar with this city. Delhiites complain about many things in their city, but the food will satisfy even the most demanding gourmet. Not only can you find some of the best Indian food on the subcontinent, there is also an increasing number of excellent if often pricey international restaurants offering cuisine from around the world. When ordering, do remember that Delhi is about 1000, km from the nearest ocean, so vegetarian, chicken and mutton dishes are the way to go. Delhi has arguably the best street food in India.
Collision between school van and a tempo injures school students in Delhi Delhi News Times of India.
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