Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Magenta Line Started : Driver Less Metro Train

The Magenta line is already started and inaugurated by PM Modi on 25th December, 2017. The metro will start running from Botanical Garden - Janakpuri West on 29th May, 2018 (Expected). Currently this line runs between Botanical Garden to Kalkaji covers 9 stations. These startions are : Botanical Garden, Okhla Bird Sanctuary, Kalindi Kunj, Shaheen Bagh, Okhla Vihar, Jamia Millia Islamia, Sukhdev Vihar, Okhla NSIC, Kalkaji Mandir. You can change Blue Line at Botanical Garden (Noida - Dwarka) and Violet Line at Kalkaji Mandir(Voilet Line : Faridabad - Kashmiri Gate)

On 29th and onwards, the Magenta line covers all the 25 stations and covers 35 km Journey. So get ready to save your time and save environment from noise and air-pollution. Use public transport system.

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Thursday, May 17, 2018

Chandni Chowk for Parantha Lovers

As summer vacation is started and people are already planned to visit different places in India and abroad. But if you are planning to visit Delhi, then don't miss Chandni Chowk market. Visit Red fort then enter to the Chandni Chowk for shopping and eating. The Paranthe wali Gali is famous in Chandi Chowk market. You can enjoy yummy taste parantha, kachori, lassi etc. The Babu Ram Parantha is very famous for parantha lovers. Variety of paranthas are available like papad parantha, meva parantha, etc. The address is 1984-1985, Gali Paranthe Wali, Chandni Chowk. Don't forget to ride on rickshaw and enjoy the populated and conjusted galis of Chandni Chowk.

Some of the famous food shops are : 
Gaya Prasad Shiv Charan Paranthewala - Famous for Paranthas.
Pt. Kanhaiyalal Durgaprasad Dixit - Another famous Paranthas shop.
Jung Bahadur Kachori Wala - If you are kachori lover, try here.
Old Famous Jalebi Wala - Enjoy sweets and jalebis here.
Kanwarji's - Variety of sweets are available for sweet lovers.
Kedarnath Premchand Halwai - This food shop is famous for Nagodi. Also try gajar halwa, jalebi and gulab jamun, etc.

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Tuesday, May 8, 2018

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Enjoy the Tasty Chole Bhature in Delhi

If you are food lover, then I am here suggest you three famous chole bhature shop where you can eat yummy North India most popular mouth watering fast food. In Delhi, you can find dozens of famous chole bhature shop, but I want to suggest only three as I already tasted the chole bhature in these food shop :

Prem Di Hatti : This is my first favorite in the list. The shop is located near Rajouri Garden metro station. The taste of lassi is awesome. Don't miss lassi with Chole Bhature. You will get awesome taste of chutni and the pickles in the plate. I ate 50 Rs plate, but now I have to check the rate.

Bille Di Hatti: Another popular fast food shop for chole bhature located in Kamla Nagar. Pure Punjabi style chole bhature with lassi. I again recommend lassi with chole bhature to get the great taste of Punjabi Chole Bhature.

Sita Ram Diwan Chand: If you just reached New Delhi station, then go to Paharganj to enjoy the taste of Chole Bhature. The rate is 50 Rs and available before 5:00 PM. The bhature is made with the use of less oil and you will definately enjoy the yummy spicy black chole.

Saturday, June 11, 2016

Humayun Tomb: A Story Of Courage

Humayun's tomb, the first garden tomb of India was built by Mughal emperor Akbar. Akbar wanted to safeguard his father's dead body. Bega Begum, Humayun's beloved was so grieved from his accidental death that she dedicated her life in building a mausoleum near Yamuna river. It is located at Mathura road, Nizamuddin East, in Delhi 22 Minutes away from Indira Gandhi International Airport  and 11 minutes from Old Delhi Railway station and 5 minutes away from New Delhi Railway Station.

Humayun's body was first buried in Purana Quila at Delhi which was his palace but then was moved from there. In 1571, the tomb was completed at the cost of 1.5 million rupees at that time.

The tomb was designed by the Persian architect Mirak Mirza Ghiyas, who was brought from Afghanistan. The tomb is filled with the rich beauty of interior furnishing, as it has lush carpets, and a small tent above the Cenotaph covered with copies of Quran along with his sword, turban and shoes.

It is surrounded by Charbagh gardens, which consists the area of 13 hectares. The gardens were very famous once but with the decline of Mughals it started to decay. By the 18 century, the gardens were replaced by vegetable garden by the natives. The elegance of the tomb still stays strong and it makes the onlookers feel in the arms of divinity. It was famously visited by President Barack Obama in 2010, who remarkably admired its beauty.

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The perfection engraved into the walls is immensely charismatic, it allures the mind. It being situated on the banks of Yamuna makes it even more admirable. One must come and feel the joy of beauty.

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Must See Places in Your Next Delhi Visit

Home to several UNESCO World Heritage sites and an array of historical monuments, Delhi attracts millions of tourists from all over the world as a heritage destination. Besides the overwhelming elegance of its Mughal heritages the city offers intriguing contrast between the chaotic old Delhi with its old era buildings and marketplaces and well planned New Delhi with its steel smooth roads, gigantic shopping arcades and malls and plush landscape gardens. While touring the city for the first time Delhi serviced apartments are nice options for a comfortable stay at your budget. Delhi holds both the charm of Mughal ruled heritages of Old Delhi and ambitiously haughty up-market lifestyle of New Delhi. This typical blend of old world charm with modernity makes this city so special for tourists and visitors.

Do not Miss the Must See Heritages
Delhi had been the capital of so many empires and rulers for centuries, most notably of Mughals who gave Delhi its greatest share of heritage monuments. These heritages are still the biggest draw for tourists from all parts of the globe. If you want to stay in a well connected location for travelling around easily Delhi serviced apartments can be the nice option. Two of the most sought after heritage monuments of Mughal era are Red Fort and Jama Masjid which are located near Chandni Chowk in North Delhi. With a radius of 2 kilometers the mammoth red stone built Red Fort is Delhi’s most revered monument ever since it was built. The stunning architecture of Jama Masjid is also nearby, just on the other side of the Chandni Chowk market. Pushing through the chaos and confusion of Chandni Chowk is itself a shocking experience especially for its contrast with the orderly streets of New Delhi. Humayun’s Tomb near the Nizamuddin Railway Station in New Delhi is another great heritage monument that was built long before Red Fort. This beautiful monument actually had been the inspiration for world famous Taj Mahal. For visiting the tallest brick minaret in the world Qutab Minar you have to travel all the way to South Delhi in Mehrauli area. This stupendous minaret was built in 1206, long before Mughals invaded India and became the rulers.

Get a Feel of Tradition, Culture and Faith
Coming to Delhi you can also get acquainted with the tradition, culture and aspects of faith through some of the most important temples, religious shrines and places for offering prayer. Among these religiously and culturally important places Akshardham Temple in New Delhi near Noida Mor is a spectacular architecture that any visitor will find quite overwhelming. This huge temple is registered by Guinness Book of World Records as the biggest Hindu temple in the world. Bahai temple near Nehru Place in South Delhi with its beautiful lotus shaped architecture is another significant place to visit.

Finally, experience the setting sun leaving its orange glow on the war memorial of India Gate while the fast pace evening traffic roll by.  A sense of history with its melancholic charm will make the best of your last evening in this heritage city.

Thursday, January 31, 2013

Some interesting features of the Sanskriti Museum of Everyday Art Delhi

Sanskriti Museum of Everyday Art Delhi positioned on the outskirts of Delhi and is among landscaped, lush gardens. It is crafted to show a mixture of stunning crafted objects that are used in a person’s day to day life like mirrors, combs, toys, lamps and kitchen utensils. The special feature about the objects that are present here is that all the 20,000 objects created by well known artisans from different parts of the country. The museum is open all day except Monday from Tuesday to Sunday right from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. The objects preserved here are arranged in a lay down of fourteen groups. The arrangement of the group is done by an intention to depict the life cycle of human being that is lived in traditional India. With this toys are used to represent infancy, then objects for a baby and then with objects that are used in the adult life, leading to household duties and vocational phase. So anyone who is interested in knowing about the traditional life that was lived by an Indian man and the objects that were used by men as well as women who used to work in kitchen with objects like nut-crackers, chillums, hookahs and many more. So a place is just the right site to get and observe the Indian life without being to an actual village.