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Walking threw Pahargnj is the craziest thing i have done.But be careful and don't go with people who appear to want to help you. There are scammer galore but keep your wits about you and enjoy the craziness.
I enjoyed walking in those streets! You can find places in which you can eat chicken liver!! There’s a lot of small shops to buy typical presents from India. The cows everywhere in the streets! It’s so funny! There’s a “subway”restaurant by the way. I...More
I have been to New Delhi to visit my friends and always love to stay there in Paharganj because it’s economical and easy to catch any transport whether you travelling within India or outside India. You can also have all kind of food available in...More
If you are riding car here be extra careful when a biker or any people suddenly and swiftly trespass the road,you don't knew as area is congested.Having vegetables market,pastry shops and footwear shops etc.
This place is also called Hotel-Ganj. This place got lot of hotels from cheapest to expensive one. Lots of crowd and narrow streets every where. This is in central Delhi and connected to every location of Delhi. Busy market and local guide are easily visible....More
Paharganj is one of the oldest town of Delhi. Very crowded with heavy traffics. However, you will find many hotels with affordable prices, restaurants and places to take a look around. Metro & railway station is located at convenient distance, this is the best thing...More
This place definitely have two faces .
The first one Is what we see downstairs on the road ..people walking, thelas and variety of shops and famous food joints.
The other one is the upper deck or I say the amazing rooftop cafe..n some cafe...More
This is the area to explore for something uniquely different. Not only along the main drag, but down into the belly of the beast; the side streets, the small meandering alleyways, any nook and cranny where there are no tuk tuks, rickshaws or motor bikes,...More