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Delhi is a (time) traveler’s delight — from the winding alleys of Old Delhi, choc-a-bloc with people and cycle rickshaws, to the leafy enclaves of Lutyens’ Delhi to the glass and chrome façades of Gurugram (formerly Gurgaon), the city is a smorgasbord of sights, sounds, and experiences. Here's where to stay on your next trip.
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‘Yeh dilli hai dilwalon ki’ – Delhi is home to the most benevolent. After continuous settlement since the 6th century, with countless rulers building and destroying kingdoms, the treasures this city holds are fantastic and unique. Here are 12 reasons why you must visit New Delhi at least once in your lifetime.
Indians love street food, which often consists of small plates of savory snacks called chaat. It's really worth trying some just to taste the different flavors and spices of India. Read more: https://matadornetwork.com/pulse/top-ten-street-food-dish...
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Delhi never seizes to amaze. With a rich history and an eventful present, there’s so much to look out for that even the locals manage to miss out on a fewDelhi never seizes to amaze. With a rich history and an eventful present, there’s so much to look out for that even the locals manage to miss out on a few gems that hide in plain sight. gems that hide in plain sight.
Delhi's top attractions are dominated by ancient monuments, mosques, and forts. No doubt, places such as Qutub Minar and India Gate are mesmerizing, must-visit places. But once you've seen the tried-and-true in India's capital city, what's next? Here are some offbeat things to do in Delhi.
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One of Delhi's most overwhelming experiences. The music, the passion of the mehfil and the all-pervading aromas of incense and flowers will make you feel like you’re part of something that’s existed for centuries before you and will continue to exist long after you’ve ceased to.
The Rashtrapati Bhavan, home of the President of India, is partly open for public one month each year, during its annual "Udyanostav". This year, Ram Nath Kovind, the President of India, opened the Mughal Gardens, which has many varieties of roses and tulips on till 10 March, 2019.