It is tough to write an introduction to Delhi, the capital city of India. Delhi is a finance, business and higher education hub which welcomes millions of tourists every year and not to forget the people who come here in search of living, fame, money or patronage.
Most of Delhi’s local attractions are spread over three main areas- Old Delhi, Central Delhi and South Delhi. A trip to the city is said to be incomplete without visiting areas like the Qutub Complex which is home to the globally famous QutubMinar, Bangla Sahib Gurudwara, Lodhi Gardens, Connaught Place and Janpath, India Gate, RashtrapatiBhawan area, the bylanes of Chandni Chowk and HauzKhas Complex. However, there is much more to the list. Some of the above mentioned monuments are UNESCO World Heritage sites and a trip to them is surely going to be an enriching experience for you.
Delhi also has a fair share of museums and some of them are of pre-eminent importance. The National Gallery of Modern Art has rare photographs, beautiful paintings, graphic art and sculptures. More than 16,000 works of artists such as MF Hussain, Amrita Shergill and Raja Ravi Varma are on a display at this museum. The National Museum boasts of a collection which has artefacts of over 5 millenia, from Harappan art to Mughal miniatures. Another interesting one is Doll Museum which has collection of dolls from every part of the globe!
The capital city is a pure delight when it comes to shopping with its markets such as Chandni Chowk, Janpath, Connaught Place, Khan Market, Sarojini Nagar Market, Lajpat Nagar and South Extension. From high-end brands to t-shirts at 50 rupees, you can shop for anything and everything at these markets. Saket in Delhi has swanky malls- DLF Place, Select Citywalk, Square One and MGF Metropolitan malls. As for dining, Delhi is going to spoil you with choices. From fine dining to cafes, from theme restaurants to local eateries, you will find yummy food everywhere. Some of the most famous ones are Bukhara, Karim’s, Gulati, Olive Bar and Kitchen, Smoke House Deli, SaravanaBhavan and Oh Calcutta to name a few. I would like to add a line here about the State Bhawans in Delhi which offer specialities of their respective states. For instance, Bangla Bhawan serves authentic Bengali cuisine, Karnataka Sangha has hot dosas, softest idlis and so on…
Delhi is well-connected via rail, road and air from almost all major cities like Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Patna, Ranchi, Pune and more. If you are planning to take Bangalore to Delhi train, there are some decent options such as SamparkKranti Express, Karnataka Express, Rajdhani Express, Duronto Express, Kongu Express and YprSakrantiExp to name a few. You can know train information where is my train then it can be tracked online.TheBangalore to Delhi train fares vary depending on the train you opt for. To know more about Bangalore to Delhi train timings and other relevant details, you can use the ixigo train app as it provides all the required information at one place.
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