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If you are a foody and you like Indian fast food, you have to visit Chandini Chowk. It is said, if you want to sell food in this area in a big shop or a kiosk, your food has to good and hygienic, otherwise you...More
Only if you are after a strong kick of adrenaline should you visit this market, otherwise it is better to be avoided.. chaos of crowds, rickshaws, dusts and fumes leaves with very little joy of shopping. One can see the crumbling remains of the glorious...More
Our first day in India and we spent the whole morning wandering through this area with our guide - without whom we would have been totally lost! Went early, before some of the shops had even opened, but were able to see things that would...More
We visited Chandni Chowk by cycle rickshaw so were able to navigate very narrow lanes. We saw and smelt spices of all shades and colours, brassware, antiques, jewellery and perfumes. It was obviously wedding season as many of the shops were doing a roaring trade...More
You should be of strongly built if you really want to see and move around this place, it's crowded for the most part of the day and you will have to get around the people moving at a different pace. Food is good around at...More
The famous place of Mugal Era is dusty, dirty and garbage everywhere. Famous for worship place of almost all religions and shopping has no place to stand or walk. This is full of construction debris and hope authorities will do something.
This densely populated neighbourhood of Old Delhi is more than three centuries old and is a prized treasure trove, home to diverse Indian communities is most popular for its heritage havelis, old bazaars and places of worship. Explore the everyday life of the
locals as you walk into the spice, jewellery, dry fruits, wedding markets and build up an appetite for the Indian street food, including stuffed parathas & jalebis and Mughlai food at Karims. Head to the magnificient Jama Masjid for stunning views of Delhi 6, with the iconic symbol of India in the backdrop – Red Fort. The diversity of Old Delhi demands an entire day to truly enjoy all the treasures hidden in this culturally rich part of the city.
Response from Crazera_92 | Reviewed this property |
When u travel chandni chowk u get every streets with a different varieties u get everything here and when u travel here just try parantha wali gali or galebi rabdi too. But if u for three days here then go to... More
When u travel chandni chowk u get every streets with a different varieties u get everything here and when u travel here just try parantha wali gali or galebi rabdi too. But if u for three days here then go to Janpath,Sarojini and if u wana buy in whole sale prices then visit tank road and Gandhi nagar market too . Ethical,traditional -chandni chowk
modern _ sarojini nagar,janpath
wholesale modern western-gandhi nagar,tankroad
Response from ChetanB347 | Reviewed this property |
First welcome to delhi. There are many things depends whats your pocket says. If you dont want to travel mich and need to near by all places then you can reside in CP or near CP like karol bagh,rajender place,which will... More
First welcome to delhi. There are many things depends whats your pocket says. If you dont want to travel mich and need to near by all places then you can reside in CP or near CP like karol bagh,rajender place,which will save your travelling cost as CP is in middle from where you can travel and visit many palces near by..
Hi, I'm traveling to Delhi to buy goods to sell in my home country. Normally I buy jewellery and fabrics in Paharganj Bazaar and Chandni Chowk but I'd like to know if there are any other markets good for this kind of products.
June 10, 2015|
rather than buying from Delhi, you can check the rates in Jaipur as Jaipur has the biggest precious stone & fabrics industry in Sitapura and Sanganer Industrial area
Hello everyone, I am planning to travel to Rajasthan, Delhi and Agra for a period of 2 weeks. Appreciate your advice on this itinerary. Please let me know if it is doable and if I have budgeted enough time to complete the journey. I understand there are some bits outside Rajasthan in my itinerary. It’d be great if you comment on whether it’s doable since it is part of my trip as well (otherwise I can query on the Delhi / Uttar Pradesh forum as well). Looking forward to this trip....More
December 08, 2016|
Hi agentjade, I have made some changes is your itinerary. Please go through this one. Day 1 Arrive in Jaipur – Visit Old City (Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal, Albert Hall, Birla Temple, shopping at local market like bapu bazaar, zohari bazar) Day 2 Jaipur – Amber Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Nahargarh. Jal mahal, shopping, maybe movie at Rajmandir Cinema – Take overnight train from Jaipur to Jaisalmer – Day 3 Jaisalmer – Jaisalmer Fort and Palace + Jain Temples - Patwon ki haveli - Salim singh ki...More
2 days in Delhi (9 Replies)
We are trying to plan a 2 day visit in Delhi this summer at the beginning of our 3 week holiday around Rajhastan. Could I get some feedback to what I have planned so far. I have an idea of where things are in Delhi but it's difficult to know exactly how far they are and in which order to visit them. Traffic needs to be taken into account and some local advise would be much appreciated. day 1 Qutub Minar Lotus Bahai Temple Humayun tomb + Char Bagh garden India Gate Rashtrapati...More
February 18, 2012|
Response fromTitus K|
For Day 1, it is better to move around with a Cab. You can expect the trip to be for full day. For Day 2: It is better is to take the metro, rickshaw & walk. You can be free in 1/2 day.