A 3-Day Weekend Trip To Delhi :
Delhi is the city where you can meet the past in all its glory and the present in all its beauty. It hides within its boundaries the stories of many rulers who conquered not just the northern part of the Indus but half the world. Delhi is inhabited since 300 B.C. Since then this monumental and enchanting city witnessed the rise and fall of many mighty empires. Every single corner of this metro city of India has a historical significance. Delhi stands for innovative chances.
Every Part Of Delhi Is renowned For Its Glory :
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This sprawling and kinetic city is thriving, exciting and there is always something new here to do, some new places to explore and some new interests to seek. Being the ancient capital city of the fastest growing world power, Delhi will never leave you unsatisfied. Delhi is known for its architecture. With structures ranging from the famous Lotus Temple to the most modern skyscrapers, the city of Delhi is the place where the old and new is blend into a magnificent whole.
Delhi — A Place Best Known For Its eateries
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The first things to see in Delhi are surely the forts and monuments which are the relics of a rich and ancient history. There are a lot of memorials and monuments that are preserved in a faithful resolution. Rashtrapathi Bhavan, The Red Fort, Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar, Tughlakabad Fort, Safdarjung Tomb and Purana Quila are renowned not only for its historical significance but for its alluring beauty and for its extraordinary architecture. Visiting these monuments leave in our heart an unending passion to the ancients history that will charm our memories and get us closer to the forgotten past. All these monuments are within 6 kilometers radius and it would be hard for us to believe that how calm and serene are these places even though it situated right at the heart of a huge metropolis. Another major attraction and also the personal pride of the Delhi city are the eateries at the Chandni Chowk. In between the sightseeing one cannot resist the sweet aroma coming from the small shops that sell hot ‘paranthas’. The Connaught Place is Delhi’s own shopping area. You can literally buy anything from here, and the bargaining with the shop keepers would be a wonderful experience.
Backpack to Delhi! :
The Mughal Garden, Talkatora Garden, Lodhi Garden and the Garden of Five Senses preserve the greenery of the city. These green carpeted places draw us to the beauty of nature and the flowers and the twittering of the birds calm our senses. Buckle your shoes, Delhi is waiting.