The capital of India is always known as the ‘Dilwalon Ki Dilli’ as in for those who have big hearts. Delhi offers you with a lot of vibrant vibes and one can get the colorful essence of this city only if they know how to explore the city.
Many people tend to do is that to land on the city, visit the tourist places like a routine and then go back. Well, this is not the way one should visit Delhi. There are many things to do in Delhi; only one needs to know what to do so that they cannot go back with any regret.
- Nizamuddin Dargah is a very popular tourist destination in the city. But yes, listening to the Qawalli session in the premise when the sun is going down the horizon is pure bliss. It is arranged every Thursday afternoon in the premise of the mosque and many people gather here to listen to the soulful music. So, when in Delhi, book a Thursday evening ad spend them at the Nizamuddin Dargah and listen to the qawalli session, which will make you very happy and you will find peace in that piece of music.
- Everyone visits India Gate when in Delhi. In fact, one does not have to visit it. When they travel through the city, the Gate stands strong right at the heart, and it is one of the largest War Memorials of India. In front of the gate, there is a pyre which burns all the time known as the Amar Jawan Jyoti. There are lush greeneries and gardens on both the sides of the Gate and it is a great place where one can enjoy an outing with their friends. In fact, the best thing is to have a midnight drive to the India Gate and have ice creams from the road side vendors.
- Going to Delhi and not tasting their street foods is a pure crime. And when we talk about the finger licking street foods of Delhi, the first thing that comes to mind is the streets and stalls of Chandni Chowk. There are plenty of food options that one can gorge on like Paapri Chaats, Chole Bhature, Aloo Tikki, Halwa, Lassi and Masala Chai. All the dishes are equally delicious and one cannot afford to miss them.
- Then there is the Jama Masjid which is the largest mosque in India. This is situated in the Old Delhi area and exactly opposite to the Red Fort. This Jama Masjid is famous for the brilliance of architecture it has. This is a perfect place and an ultimate delight for those who love photography. There are numerous heritages and one can take a walk down to the memory lane in this place.
- Indian Habitat Center is another place which has libraries and art galleries, which is a delight who really wants to know the cultural side of Delhi.
So, get ready for a different tour of Delhi.