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Another popular upmarket residential neighbourhood of Delhi with many small
parks and home to expats, Nizamuddin is most famous for the Sufi shrine, Hazrat
Nizamuddin Dargah. It’s a beautiful confluence of faith, heritage and contemporary Delhi. The busy streets leading to the dargah offer a rich cultural and culinary taste of Delhi, especially on Thursday evenings when the area comes alive with soulful Sufi music and qawwalis at the shrine. As you walk along the colourful street
markets selling flowers and knick-knacks, the road ahead further leads to the
majestic Humayun’s Tomb, a significant historical landmark and one of Delhi’s best
We did a quick visit to this beautifully proportioned building and beautiful gardens. Truly been blown away by all these quiet oases in a place like Delhi. The architecture is beautiful and it’s lovely to see that the tombs and mosques are all being restored. This restoration work also has included the Garden Tomb of Isa Khan the only surviving...
Sacred & Religious Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"After the Great Mosque, the most evocative Islamic place of worship in Delhi."
reviewed 2 weeks ago by Brun066
We learned from our guidebook that this complex, not far from the Humayun mausoleum, was worth visiting. So, after the visit to that mausoleum, we got transported to it by a motorickshaw.
This is a high place for Muslim worship in present-day India.
Dargah means mausoleum. Nizamuddin (full name: Khwaja Nizamuddin Auliya, 1238-1325) is a Sufi saint, belonging to the...
Isa Khan was the Sultan (leader) of an empire (region) called Bengal Sultanate - which covered parts of India, Bangladesh and Burma. Isa Khan was able to keep the larger Mughal empire from taking over the Bengal region. However, after the death of Isa Khan, the Mughal armies were able to take over the Bengal region.
The Isa Khan Tomb...
reviewed September 29, 2019 by Globe-trotteress-NY
This is a very nice place, and the only one I've been back to, several times, during my short visit to India. The staff are very polite and helpful, and they speak good English, which is not to be taken for granted. The food is delicious and the menu has good variety. And, unlike other fast food places, you wait...
If you want to go beyond the chai stalls and Comesum outside the Railway Station then 5 minutes away in the Nizamuddin Market is an enviable selection of pastas, pizzas, bruchetta, salads and desserts vying for your attention.
Spinach and orange salad, pesto pasta, chocolate ginger tart and piping hot coffee with milk on the side was a real hearty...
When I ordered the food one member (most likely the owner) was being very pushy to buy more food. I had eaten there before where I was offered a complimentary salad. This time he had asked would you like salad. I said yes unknowing that now he had made me buy a salad.
I was also given an extra dish...
Since I travel a lot, so I had to eat outside alot, I had tried this place and o Boy I loved it, the food served is very good, I liked the food alot.
Ambiance of this place is very good, food is served greatly, staff is very good, located in prime location. If you are traveling from nizamuddin Railway...