• Humayun Tomb Delhi
  • India Gate Delhi
  • Jama Masjid Delhi
  • Red Fort Delhi

Delhi - Capital of India

  • October - March
  • North India
  • Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu and English
  • 16,314,838 ( 2011)
  • Heritage, Culture, Wildlife
  • Forts, National Parks, Gardens, Political Buildings, Temples & Shrines and Tombs
Explore Delhi Tour Packages

Description

No city in India, has had as long a history as Delhi ,the capital of India here, powerful empires have left behind their impression in a celebration of ritual festivities, art, music and dance. Delhi is history, and  Delhi’s  monument are tablets on which the history is written. Every conqueror did his best to possess Delhi and make it his capital. Delhi is not a single city but a combination of eight cities that have been established here from as early as 900 B.C. to 1930A.D. When the British completed the construction of New Delhi as the capital of imperial India. It is therefore not surprising  that the monuments of Delhi successfully mirror the development of the architectural styles in the country. The  city is famous for its handicrafts. There are many cottage industries, such as brass carving, embroidery, jewellery, bags, ivory, stationary,etc. Delhi’s gold and silver ornaments and jewellery,which are famous through out the world can be seen in the biggest and the richest street of old Delhi called Chandni Chowk-The Silver Street. Besides the famous forts. Towers, mosque, temples, chuches, museums and market places,Delhi is also known for its gardens and parks.The wonder city of myriad expressions and interesting   juxtaposition has a lot to offer to its travellers

Tourist Attractions

  • Red Fort
  • Humayun Tomb
  • Qutub Minar
  • Bahai (Lotus Temple)
  • Lodi Gardens
  • India Gate
  • Jama Masjid
  • Akshardham Temple
  • Chandni Chowk

How to reach

Train: Indian Railways connects New Delhi Railway station and other major stations with all other cities of India. There are numerous trains which run on a regular basis to and from Delhi.

Air: Indira Gandhi International Airport(DEL). Many domestic airlines connect the city to all the major cities of India. Flights for Mumbai and Jaipur run on a regular basis. The airport has been granted the status of an international airport and connects to the foreign countries as well.

Road: Delhi is well connected by road to major cities in India. Excellent road network serves people to enjoy a comfortable journey to and from Delhi. This mode of traveling is quite easy and comparatively cheap. Regular bus services from nearby cities connect Delhi to the other cities. Deluxe Buses, AC coaches and Government buses are available for the convenience of the passengers. .