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Latest Information on Travelling to NEW DELHI?

Entry to Delhi is open from all domestic states for all kinds of travel, however, presenting a negative RT-PCR report has been made mandatory.

  • Unnecessary travelling and vehicle movement has been restricted in the national capital, there are exceptions as well.
  • Essential activities, including the sale and supply of food items, groceries, medicines, etc., are allowed in the lockdown.
  • There are no restrictions on the movement of health care workers, frontline workers, government staff, judicial officials, journalists, and those seeking medical attention.
  • As for public transport, Delhi Metro and public buses are functional but with only 50% occupancy.
  • Autos and electric autorickshaws are allowed to run with only two passengers.

- Taxis, app cabs too are allowed to move with two passengers.

For Travellers Arriving From International Destinations:- A negative RT-PCR report will be needed which must not be older than 72 hours For Travellers Arriving From Domestic Destinations:- Passengers travelling from other states to Delhi need to provide a negative RT-PCR report, however, they can also be randomly selected to undergo RT-PCR test

Flights

Flights are available from Ahmadabad, Bangalore, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cochin, Goa, and 15+ more domestic destinations to Delhi

Trains

Special trains are running from Lucknow Jn, Kanpur, Jodhpur, Chennai and 15+ more domestic destinations to New Delhi.- As for public transport, Delhi Metro and public buses are functional but with only 50% occupancy. - Autos and electric autorickshaws are allowed to run with only two passengers. - Taxis, app cabs too are allowed to move with two passengers.

Local Transport

Local transport such as auto-rickshaws, cabs, metro and buses are functional. - As for public transport, Delhi Metro and public buses are functional but with only 50% occupancy. - Autos and electric autorickshaws are allowed to run with only two passengers. - Taxis, app cabs too are allowed to move with two passengers.

It is safe to visit the monuments in Delhi and stay at the hotels if proper safety measures are followed during the visit. However Thrillophilia recommends you to ensure that you wear masks, follow the social distancing norms and practice personal hygiene to stay safe.

New guidelines passed for travel in Delhi Updated: 04 May 2021
  • Unnecessary travelling and vehicle movement has been restricted in the national capital, there are exceptions as well.
  • Essential activities, including the sale and supply of food items, groceries, medicines, etc., are allowed in the lockdown.
  • There are no restrictions on the movement of health care workers, frontline workers, government staff, judicial officials, journalists, and those seeking medical attention.
  • As for public transport, Delhi Metro and public buses are functional but with only 50% occupancy.
  • Autos and electric autorickshaws are allowed to run with only two passengers.
  • Taxis, app cabs too are allowed to move with two passengers.
A negative RT-PCR report needed to enter Delhi Updated: 03 May 2021

All the incoming tourist are required to carry a negative RT-PCR report. In addition to this, on arrival, random testing might be done on any tourist, cost of which will be borne by Delhi Government.

Night Curfew Imposed in Delhi Updated: 03 May 2021

Delhi government has imposed night curfew which will be in place from 10 pm to 5 am till further notice.

Hotels and hospitality services running in Delhi Updated: 03 May 2021

Hotels and hospitality services are being allowed to resume their functioning with strict precautionary and safety measures in place.

With COVID safety measures in place, Delhi monuments closed for tourism Updated: 03 May 2021

The monuments across Delhi have been closed for tourism.

Interstate bus service to Delhi running with 50% of the original capacity Updated: 03 May 2021

With 50% of the pre-COVID capacity and strict safety measures in place, interstate buses to Delhi have been resumed. In addition to this, a negative RT-PCR test report is required to avail seats.

No restriction on intra and inter state travel in Delhi Updated: 06 Apr 2021

There are no restrictions on inter and intra state travel of persons and goods in Delhi.

While travelling and touring across India is an experience in itself, landing in the country’s capital and exploring it could prove to be an indelible memoir. A symbol of country’s rich past and thriving present, Delhi is a place where ancient and modern blends seamlessly together. Old Delhi, with its labyrinth of narrow lanes, old havelis, and colourful bazaars, gives you a glimpse of the past.

 

New Delhi, on the other hand, is a striking mix of conventions, political significance and engineering brightness. When it comes to tourist places in New Delhi, one would be spoilt for choice as there are various options to hang out or for sightseeing. There would never be dearth of tourist options.

 

With the myriad of places to visit, the tourist places in Delhi attracts lots of travellers worldwide. It won't just captivate you but will keep you astounded with its vibrant cultures. From historical landmarks to swarmed shopping centres and from Mughal patio nurseries to Delhi University grounds, this vibrant city is known for providing tourists exactly what they want. Let the glimpse of history touch your soul, political aura make you powerful and winds of north tingle your spine. Visit New Delhi once and you won’t regret it.

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"It was a nice trip, I loved how beautiful that place was"
"The trip was amazing. Loved the campsite, it's right next to the Parvati river and you feel relaxed just sitting there and absorbing the nature. The organisers were also amazing as they arranged for seperate tents for us and also the transportation provided was very good. The busses were very comfortable and had all the amenities promised. We had the freedom to roam around the city and the guide was well behaved, correct mix of strict and friendly."
27 October 2020
Excellent
Being my first solo trip, I was too nervous prior to boarding the bus to Kasol. But man, what a trip. First of all, I encourage all the readers to try going solo at least once especially on the mountains. The experience was overwhelming. I met other people as well in my journey that came via thrillophilia that made my trip pretty interesting. I enjoyed every bit of it. Whether it was on road, at Kasol or the kheerganga trek, I enjoyed every moment. Since it is October, the weather dropped significantly at Kheerganga, which was surprisingly pleasant for me. The trek was pretty hard but my guide helped me reach the destination comfortably. He was a lot friendly too.. I enjoyed the food as well. The best part was the bonfire at kheerganga to loosen us a bit. To sum it up, each and every moment of my trip was something I'd relish for a long, long time and I just can't wait to plan my next trip again. Thanks Thrillophilia. Cheers!
28 November 2019
Excellent
I personally loved this trip.. The parvati river and it's shooting sound, natural beauty, and campaign with this, once in a life experience. Kheerganga trekking is my first time for any trekking, but I have enjoyed a lot in the lap of the nature... Obviously don't forget the parvati kund, ohh beauty... Lastly it was a most memorable trip.. Which adopt a sweet spot in my memory, and ringing all time.
09 July 2019
Excellent
Kheerganga Trek is the best trek i have ever done. Me and my husband both trusted thrillophilia gateway for treking package. And I must say it's the best treking and camping experience for both of us. We trekked with 20 people's group with 2 guides with us. Both of them was very helpful and supportive. Treking with one guide named (Zorochi Stark) on truecaller was really fun. He was really strict about discipline but he was too funny too. Camping and food was the best at this price. We have done wrong date booking by mistaken I guess. But thanks to thrillophilia team to solve it quick and change our booking date. The way to kheerganga was really challenging as its monsoon so trek was very slippery too. But I found it as great adventure. Loved the trip
16 February 2021
Excellent
Good service and good driver.my family enjoyed good experience.my driver amarjeet sejwal polite person.he drive's safe
Great facility and a very enjoyable experience. The carts and track are in excellent condition. Very reasonable charges. Our kids loved the outing. Strongly recommended.
06 January 2021
Very Good
Nice trip, made new friends enjoyed alot.
"Trek was awesome with supportive tourist guides but hotel was very bad at service and providing rooms "
04 November 2020
Excellent
Wonderful experience and enthralling Triund trip with Devine beauty and mesmerizing breath taking views

People Also Ask About New Delhi

  1. Travel Advice

    • The food in Delhi is spicy. So, if you have a sensitive gut avoid the food.

    • Street food is a highlight of Delhi but make sure you check the hygiene and how it is being made before eating it.

    • When in Delhi, become a bargaining machine, literally. If the sellers especially at markets like Janpat, Sarojini Nagar and Kamla Nagar, get to know that you are a student or a tourist, they’ll try to exploit you. So, make sure you know how to bargain well. Sometimes, you can get an item initially quoted at INR 800 at INR 200.

    • Traffic is a problem in Delhi. Make sure you find your way in the chaotic streets of Delhi.

    • If you have your own vehicle, Drive carefully, Delhi is an accident prone area especially on the highways.

    • Simply don’t travel at nights (For girls).

    • Whenever you are in a place that is less crowded or will be less crowded, wear clothes that are not revealing.

    • Nudity is not acceptable in public.

    • Delhites do not think twice before picking a fight. It is good if you maintain your cool.

    • Always sit in prepaid taxis or metered vehicles.

    • Do not entertain the beggars.

    • Avoid littering on the roads.

    • Don’t go on secluded places.

    • Be alert and don’t let the strangers mislead you.

    • You do not get branded stuff on the streets. So, know that the Nike shoes in the Janpat market, Levis Jeans in the Sarojini market and Rayban sunglasses in Kamla Nagar streets is only a fake alternative.

    • Keep touts at bay.

    • Don’t let eve teasers go unreported.

    • Don’t damage the monuments and the heritage here.

    • Respect the culture and keep your phones off when in religious places.

    • Do not click pictures where it is not allowed.

    • Don’t indulge in any form of drugs.

    • Do not take anything from the strangers.
  2. Drinking Law

    In New Delhi, the capital city of India, the legal drinking age is 25 years. People below 25 are legally not allowed to consume alcohol.


  3. Our Recommendations: What you can’t afford to miss?

    Lodi Gardens
    The scenic beauty of the Lodi Gardens, definitely make it the perfect reason for you to visit Delhi. The garden has a composed ambience that is every bit peaceful and comforting. It is a perfect spot to spend a luxurious picnic with family or friends. 

    Mehrauli
    Mehrauli is the oldest places in Delhi and is a wonderful sight seeing place. When you come here, you’ll be able to see the stark contrast of this place compared to the other sections of Delhi. To marvel at the architecture here, you can visit the stepping well of Mehrauli.

    Qutub Minar
    Qutub Minar is one must see sites in Delhi. You can see the landmark tower and marvel at its architecture and engineering feat that has been accomplished by the designers. Despite the time’s ravages, this iconic tower is unshakable.

    Heritage Areas: Humayun’s Tomb and Jama Masjid
    Delhi is an inviting place especially for students who have interest in architecture. Every fort, monument and building speaks volumes about the sheer architectural brilliance. To understand the heritage of India, you must visit the heritage sites of it’s Capital city. Two such brilliant sites are Jama Masjid and Humayun’s Tomb. 

    Akshardham Temple
    One place in Delhi, that you simply cannot afford to miss is Akshardham Temple. It is a great place that receives huge footfall no matter what day of the week it is. This is a great place to seek spiritual blessings. Though it is a relatively new place its grandeur will leave you spellbound. 

    Laal Mandir
    Laal Mandir also known as the Red Temple is a great place to visit and learn about the Jainism. This is a favorite spot for all Jains living in Delhi.  

    Hauz Khas Village
    Hauz Khas Village is a photographer’s delight. It is a beautiful place to explore and is said to be the ‘coolest hangout zone’ of Delhi. Hauz Khas is surrounding by several posh restaurants and hotels and the very air of South Delhi. Locals visit this place on regular basis to click selfies and get DPs for their social media accounts.  

    Red Fort
    This place certainly needs know description and is a must visit while you are touring Delhi. You can find several souvenir shops inside to take back something home. This historic fort is a hit amongst the foreign tourists. 

    Rashtrapati Bhavan
    Rashtrapati Bhavan is the luxurious home to the President of India. Built by the British, the incredible design and architecture of the place will blow your socks away. 

    Gurudwara Bangla Sahib
    This is a popular religious site not only amongst the Sikhs but for people from all the different religions. The serenity and the inner peace you get here, is simply unmatchable. Visit the Gurudwara early in the morning to avoid the huge crowds here. Do partake in the langar here. Several colorful fishes can be spotted in the pond here. 

    Chhatarpur
    Chattarpur is another must visit place in Delhi. The ruins of the place will excite you and traverse you to a different era altogether.

    Bhai Lotus Temple
    Bhai Lotus Temple or simply Lotus Temple is indeed very sophistically made. The very architectural grandeur of the place will allure you. This divine temple is impeccably peaceful and you will loathe getting out of here. 

    India Gate
    Another must visit place in Delhi is the India Gate. It has a great historic value and will really intrigue you for more. 

  4. What you will like there?

    Metros
    The metros of Delhi are a bliss for the people of Delhi. You can take a ride on the metro and see the multi cultural city for yourself. Get down at the Old Delhi and the streets here will give you a feel of a time travel. It is like stepping way back in time.

    Connaught Place
    Connaught Place lies in the heart of Delhi. You need cheap fashionable clothes? Head to CP! You need the best restaurants to eat? Head to CP! You need top brands? Head to CP! Anything and everything that you need in Delhi, is found here. Don’t miss out on the Janpath Market here which is Delhi’s lovable bargaining hub.  

    Sarojini Nagar and Kamla Nagar
    After you perfect your bargaining skills at the Janpath market of CP, you are safe to head to Sarojini Nagar or Kamla Nagar Markets. Here you can find an array of unique items and clothing at unbelievable prices. You can visit the street markets here and stock up your wardrobe. Flip Flops here, are a hit amongst the girls!

    Nehru place
    Want to go shopping for laptop and computer accessories? This market will fascinate you! All the tech related things can be found here. Know that, the piracy market is strong here. So, if you need one of those pirated stuffs, here is a your galore. 

    Gallery and Museums
    Delhi has several galleries and museums that deserve a visit. You can add the National Rail Museum, Doll Museum, Art Gallery, National Science Center and Nehru Memorial Museum & Library to your bucket list. 

    Adventure Island
    If you are here touring with kids, Adventure Island can be an ideal place to hangout. It is a water park with an array of swings to keep the kids wanting for more. Several adventurous activities too can be tried here. Do try boating here! 

    Surajikund crafts Mela
    Surajikund crafts Mela is an annual event that offers a platform for all the artists to perform and the artisans to depict their exemplary skills. Usually held in the winter months, one can find craftsman from across the country displaying their artwork here. If your trip coincides with this annual mela, do go and watch it. 

    Festivals
    Delhi houses people from different religion, culture and traditions. This is the reason why every festival and festivity is grand here. Whichever month you travel in, there must be one or the other festival being celebrated here. Important festivals that are celebrated with great extravaganza include Diwali, Holi, Dusshera, Christmas, New Year, Teej, etc.  

    Dilli Haat
    Interested in stocking up some local handicrafts? Head to the Dilli Haat! It is surrounded byß the artisans from across the country showcasing a create cultural fusion under one roof. Usually, there is one exhibition or the other happening here with craftsmen displaying their works. Here you can find food from the different states of India which is an absolute delight.  

    Food
    Your visit to Delhi is incomplete without trying the different dishes here. From authentic Indian to Continental, you can find everything here. What can be a real tourist’s delight is the street food of Delhi. From gol gappas to Bhel Puri, Sev Puri, Momos, Cholle Bhature, Pav Bhaji, Chowmein, everything here is with an extra spice, extra flavor and hell lot of extra taste. Mouth watering, is it? For best food in Delhi, visit Delhi’s Chandni Chowk!

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  6. When is the best time to visit Delhi?

    Best time to visit New Delhi is from October to March. Since summers are really hot and temperature rises up to 45 degree Celsius, it isn’t considered favourable time to visit. Monsoons are marked by high level of humidity and heat. Autumn is the best time to visit since temperature is mildly cold and pleasant. Its an absolute delight during Winters.

  7. How to reach Delhi?

    Being the capital of the country, New Delhi is well connected to all major parts of the country.

    By air :  Indira Gandhi International Airport serves for domestic as well as International flights.

    By train : Delhi has four main stations.  Delhi junction in Old Delhi, New Delhi in central Delhi, Hazrat Nizamuddin in southern part and Anand Vihar in east.

    By road : Delhi has several bus terminals, Delhi Transport Corporation and Kashmere Gate ISBT being the prime ones. Though buses aren’t the as comfortable as trains they are the only choices from certain destinations like the mountains.

  8. What are the different things/activities to do in Delhi?

    Delhi is the starting point of many travelling excursions. Some of the recommended activities in Delhi are :

    • Delhi sightseeing tour in a private car
    • Family picnic at Pratapgarh or Lodhi gardens
    • Visiting various historical monuments
    • Shopping at Sarojini and Janpath where you get stuff for dirt cheap
    • Visiting flea markets around Govindpuri, Karol Bagh and Jama Masjid
    • Trying street food as well as authentic cuisines Delhi is famous for

    If you’re an avid explorer and want to dig deeper into the experience, you may try offbeat things like :

    • Discovering history by exploring places like Purana Qila, Tughlaqabad fort, Mehrauli Archeological Park, Agrasen ki Baoli etc.
    • Spending time with nature by exploring birds at Okhla Bird Sanctuary, visiting Garden of Five Senses, meeting injured birds of Delhi.  
    • Enjoying performances and arts, for ex. visiting theatres etc
    • Visiting KOD (Kingdom of Dreams) where the ultimate incredible fantasy comes alive.
  9. Which are the best resorts to stay in Delhi?

    For your wonderful vacations in Delhi, you’ll be looking for some amazing resorts near Delhi. With world class amenities and scenic views, Delhi has many resorts ideal for family getaways, one day trip with friends or corporate team.

    Some of the best resorts to stay in Delhi :  

    • Atrio
    • The Roseate
    • The Lodhi
    • Shanti Home
    • Maidens Hotel
    • The Taj Mahal Hotel
    • JW Marriott
    • Le Meridien
    • Novotel
    • ITC Maurya
    • Heritage Village Resort
    • Oberoi Hotels and Resort
    • Paradise Green Resort
  10. What are the best public transport modes to commute around Delhi?

    The best public transport mode of communication is Metro. New Delhi has well-planned and extensive metro system that connects all landmarks to city centre as well as most suburbs. However, a fun way to explore Delhi is by booking a HOHO bus tour. These Hop on - Hop off buses have been introduced for those who want to explore Delhi in a day. Other than that, rickshaws and private/shared cabs are efficient modes of transport.

  11. Which are the best places for shopping in Delhi?

    Delhi is rightfully referred to as Shopper’s haven. Its enchantment lies in the Chandni Chowk zone, with old bazaars clamoring and twittering with huge number of guests wrangling with merchants to purchase things at least expensive prices. This doesn’t mean you can’t go for high end shopping here.  Depending on your budget you may choose accordingly :

    For branded shopping : South Extension, Connaught Place, Select CITYWALK, Ambience Mall Vasant Kunj, Pacific Mall, DLF Emporio, Khan Market etc

    For Street Shopping : Places like Dilli Haat, Janpath Market and Palika Bazaar, Karol Bagh, Chandni Chowk, Sarojini Nagar, Lajpat Nagar etc.

  12. What is the best local cuisine here? Where do I try them?

    Indian is the best local cuisine in Delhi. It is known for famed specialities such as delicious curries, barbecued tikkas and kebabs along with other North Indian dishes like Kadhai Paneer, Butter Chicken and Chole Bhature. The famous Paranthe wali gali in Chandni Chowk is Mecca of Food lovers in India. Anyone who has ever been to Delhi will swear by its food. From roadside food to exquisite cuisines, Delhi has something for all pocket sizes.

  13. What are the famous UNESCO world Heritage site in Delhi?

    UNESCO’s world heritage sites have always  been a big attraction for those who love to explore places of historical and archeological importance. Such attractions  in Delhi are :

    • Red Fort : Situated in front of Chandni Chowk and on the bank of river Yamuna.
    • Humayun’s Tomb : One of the most beautiful example of Mughal Architecture is actually the inspiration behind Taj Mahal. It is located opposite to dargah of Nizamuddin Shah.
    • Qutub Minar : This world heritage site in Mehrauli is the tallest minaret of the world made in bricks only.
  14. What are the famous trekking places around Delhi?

    Some of the famous trekking places around Delhi are :

    • Nag Tibba : It’s an easy trek and is a trekkers delight all year round.
    • Kheerganga : It’s considerably difficult. Best time to visit is from May and November.
    • Roopkund trek : This high altitude lake that remains frozen throughout the year can be seen thawing just for a month. Best time to visit is during May-June or August-September. Considerably a difficult trek, not advisable for first timers unless you’re very fit.
    • Dodital trek :  It is one of the easiest trek for first timers. You’ll travel through various villages, camp overnight and next day ascend to the lake and on the following day trekkers climb to their final destination, Darwa pass.
    • Har ki Doon : It’s an easy trek best fit for beginners. It should be visited between April-June and post monsoon.
    • Chopta Chandrashila : It’s an easy trek and can be visited all throughout the year except in July and August. Starting from Chopta, you head towards Chandrashila peak, stopping at Tungnath to pay homage to Lord Shiva.
  15. Which are the National Parks near Delhi?

    Hill Stations aren’t the only getaways from Delhi, it has some major wildlife destinations and National Parks near by, where you can experience amazing flora and fauna. Some of them are:

    • Okhla bird Sanctuary : It is known to have around 300 bird species and can be visited throughout the year but November to March is considered the best time to visit here.
    • Ranthambore National Park : It is one of the best National Parks near Delhi to spot a tiger and should be visited between October to June.
    • Sariska National Park : It is known for the leopards, Wild Dogs and Woodpeckers. Best time to visit is from October to April.
    • Jim Corbett National Park : It is 260 km from Delhi. Its famous for Royal Bengal Tiger, Asiatic Elephants, Asiatic Black Bear, Great PIed Hornbill, Crocodile and King Cobra. Best time to visit is from November to June.
    • Rajaji National Park : It is 220 km from Delhi. Here you can see Cheetal, Barking Deer, Wild Boar, Rhesus Macaque, Monitor Lizard, King Cobra, Python, Rusty Cheeked Scimitar, Babbler, Crested Kingfishers, Thrushes. Best time to visit is from November to June.
    • Great Himalayan National Park : It is approximately 530 km from Delhi. Black Bear, Blue Sheep, Brown Sheep, Bearded Vulture, Black Throated Thrush, Yellow Bellied Fantails include major fauna here.Best time to visit is during Dussehra festival in September-October.
  16. What are the famous museums in Delhi?

    Large number of museums provide glimpse into country’s fascinating history. Some of the famous museums are :

    • Indira Gandhi Memorial
    • National Science Centre
    • Jantar Mantar
    • Archeological Museum
    • National Museum
    • Rail Museum
    • Crafts Museum
    • Air Force Museum   
    • National Police Museum
  17. Where can I do adventure activities in Delhi?

    With an array of adventure sports, Delhi attracts hell lot of travellers from all around the world.

    There are many places in Delhi where you can enjoy various adventures and test your game planning and synchronization. Some of the adventurous things you can do in Delhi are :

    • Power paragliding in Sohna, Gurgaon where you may enrol in the delightful tour that takes you back to roots.
    • Motorized Paragliding in Delhi.
    • F9-Go-Karting in Gurgaon provides you the Racing experience that Never before.
    • Rock Climbing session in Delhi.
    • Fly-Boy Air Safari in Gurgaon is for those who have done various adventures on land and now wish to explore the sky.
    • Rajpat Segway tour can be taken to explore the rich heritage of India capital.
    • Spending a day at Dhauj, enjoying the scenic beauty of the oldest Eco-System - ”The Aravalis” located around 7kms from Delhi.
    • Day out at Snow Adventure Zone which is the perfect blend of nature and adventure.
    • River Rafting, Camping, Hiking, Bungee jumping, etc in Rishikesh.
  18. What are the famous temples, mosques and religious sites to visit in Delhi?

    Temples in Delhi :

    • Akshardham Temple - This beautifully crafted building situated in the heart of Delhi is one of the most important religious site.
    • Chhatarpur Temple - Located in Chhatarpur is an excellent work of architecture and is the second largest temple complex in India.
    • ISKCON Temple - This well known Vaishnav Temple of Lord Krishna and Radha in East of Kailash is an astonishing work of art and should definitely be visited.

    Mosques in Delhi :

    • Jama masjid - It being the largest Mosque in India, stands across the road of Red fort. It is an extraordinary work of architecture and is visited by large number of pilgrims all throughout the year.
    • Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah - This is the mausoleum of one of the world's most famous Sufi Saints, Nizamuddin Auliya. It is situated in the western area of Delhi. The tombs of poet Amir Khusro is also located here in this complex. It is visited by thousands of muslims and sees a fair share of Hindus, Christians and people from other religions.
    • Sunheri masjid - Also known as Golden Mosque, is located near Gurudwara Sis Ganj Sahib in Chandni Chowk area. Standing on a 2.1 m high platform. It is decorated with green colour floral patterns. The 3 main domes are gilded with copper and gold that popularized it with the name “Sunehri Masjid”.

    Other Religious Sites :

    • James Church - It is the oldest surviving church more popular than Skinner’s church. It is the majestic specimen of Greek Cross and Italian Renaissance dome design. It has gorgeous gardens that gives the place peaceful air contrary to the noise outside. The design of the dome is elite and detailed. It is therefore worth being visited.
    • Lotus Temple - It is the house of worship built under the supervision of famous Persian Architect Fariborz Sahba. Often compared to Sydney Opera House, It is located near Nehru Place market and has emerged as one of the top attraction for tourist in Delhi. It is open from Tuesdays to Sundays (Monday closed).
    • Bangla Sahib - It is the most prominent Sikh Gurdwara in Delhi. Well-known for its association with eighth sikh guru - Guru Har Kishan and the pool inside the complex, known as “Sarovar”. It is located near the main Connaught Place and has developed into centre of pilgrimage for thousands of people from various religion and caste. It’s open on all days and the entree is free.