Mystery, magic, mayhem. Welcome to Delhi, City of Djinns, and 25 million people. Travellers sometimes leave Delhi underwhelmed, after ticking off the sights and tussling with the touts. But give the city a chance and you might fall in love. It’s often the lesser-known corners that are most rewarding, such as Lodi Gardens at dusk, the qawwali (Islamic devotional singing) at Nizamuddin or the great fort of Purana Qila.Delhi has both things in its heart from old style buildings to modern day clubs.So if you are going to Delhi or living in Delhi, live the Delhi dil se..
This guide will help you to make most of your Sunday in Delhi
Best Shopping Places To Visit In Delhi
One of the eldest markets in Delhi is Dilli Haat as it was opened in March 1994 by Delhi tourism and Government of India. It is a permanent market and is open all week one of the benefits. so, If you want to buy traditional and different kinds of products like rosewood and sandalwood carvings this is the right place for you to visit. Fees to enter the market is very low Rs. 25 for Adults, Rs.10 for Children, Rs. 60 for foreigners.