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Hauz Khas village was known in the medieval period for the amazing buildings built around a reservoir and drew a large congregation of Islamic scholars and students to the Madrasa for Islamic education. Today, some of India's most prestigious...more
A great historic place to visit and memerise with Hauz khas deer park, lake etc. Best time to visit in rainy season or in morning for jogging. No entry cost needed
There are lots of restaurant and cafeteria out for all kind of visitors
Went to this great village today at around 11 AM when it was not too crowded and it was very very interesting. The stone carved pillars and Citadel were extremely interesting. It is “must see“when you are in New Delhi.
Hauz Khas Village is no more a village now. It has been established as a modern day party hub with a lot of pubs and lounges in and around it. Their is the fort also for people who would like to visit some history
...finding this place and area. Our BnB is located right next to the fort which is an amazing area of tombs and other structures from the 1300s. Explored it this morning - it is well maintained with some nice local enjoying their morning there. The...More
Hauz Khas is one of the most affluent and premium neighborhoods of South Delhi, known for the historic Hauz Khas Complex. It is centrally located. It was developed during the 1960s by DLF (Delhi Land and Finance Ltd as Hauz Khas Enclave. Later it was...More
We decided to stay in this area overlooking the monuments for part of our Delhi experience. The location is awe inspiring. The walk around the ruins is free and it is easy to explore with lots of signage. Would be difficult for people with a...More
Known as ‘The National Capital of Ethnic Chic’, the hip and trendy Hauz Khas Village is a beautiful urban village nestled in a corner among the ruins of domed tombs of Muslim royalty from the 14th to 16th centuries, that merge into the modern day Deer Park.
Old homes here have been converted into fashion boutiques & chic homestays, art galleries, jewellery shops, book and antique stores, multi-cuisine restaurants, bars and nightclubs. HKV might be full of arterial narrow lanes but it is the epicenter of Delhi’s most vibrant social life. In the spring and winter evenings, visitors can stroll along the lake, watch the beautiful sunset from the ruins of the fort or sip a cocktail at one of the many rooftop bars and restaurants overlooking it.
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Opening timings for hauz khas village. The Hauz Khas Village complex is open from Monday to Saturday between 10:30 AM and 7:00 PM and remains closed on Sundays. However, the restaurants remain open daily till mid night
Hi all I am meeting a former teacher of mine early next month for lunch or drinks in Delhi. The ideal setting would be a restaurant or a cafe that does not play music, or plays music at very low volume, and is not crowded. Preferably in central Delhi - Connaught Place, Khan Market - or possibly South Delhi. My budget is a maximum of Rs 1000 per person. Any suggestions? Every single place within that budget turns out to be loud and if one goes on a weekend, crowded too. The only...More
September 21, 2015|
Go to Indigo at Khan Market
Shopping Mall & Hauz Khas village (13 Replies)
We will stay at the new Oberoi in Gurgaon on our last day of our India journey and intend to visit Hauz Khas village, QUTAB MINAR, Dilli Haat. We arrive from Agra by train (RAJDHANI EXP) at 10.20 a.m. In the afternoon (1 pm) we would like to visit Qutab Minar, Hauz Khas village (for shopping as it has been recommended for its unique shops) as well as Dilli Haat. Furthermore, we would like to visit one mall in Gurgaon which does not only have foreign shops (Addidas, Hilfiger etc) but...More
February 26, 2011|
After arriving at New Delhi, hire a prepaid car to Dilli Haat. Go around and have lunch at Dilli haat. Hauz Khas is close by (3-4 kilometers), so you can visit by Delhi Metro if you don't have too much luggage. Otherwise, auto rickshaw is always available. Many Indian designers have opened shops there, and nothing comes cheap in those shops. Alternatively, you can also visit Khan Market, where you'll find more shops than Hauz Khas. Later you can visit nearby DLF Place, Saket or newly...More
Half day in Delhi (0 Replies)
Hi I am arriving in delhi (airport) at 12 noon on a sunday and leaving for ladakh by the next morning flight. I want to use this time to do some sight seeing in Delhi. I am interested in Hauz Khas Village, Kisan haat. Do you think I should be including or excluding something from the plan ?