Delhi Place of Interest
From Bamboozling bazaars to bijoux boutiques,delhi is a fantastic place to shop.there's an astounding array of wonderful stuff:handicrafts,textiles,clothing,carpets,jewellery and a kaleidoscope of saris.Dilli Haat stands for the variety in Indian foods and customs in a single roomy enclosed space of six acres. A permanent and improvised adaptation of a traditional village haat, it is actually a mixture of a food plaza and craft marketplace, located in the leading locality of South Delhi. Dilli Haat is a pergola with food and handicraft stalls that represent the different states of India.There are lovely homewares and clothes (including Children's clothes) from all over india in this place and with reasonable fixed price
Old Delhi's Bazaars : old delhi bazaars are a headspinning assault on the senses:an aromatic muddle of flowers,chai,fumes and frying food.it is busiest on monday and friday and during other afternoons.come at 11.30 AM when most shops have opened.for silver jewellery and some gold head for dariba kalan,near the sheeshganj gurdwara.nearby kinarai bazaar is famous for zari ( gold thread weaving) and Zardozi ( gold embroidery ) and is the place to head for your bridal trousseau.the cloth markets sells swathes of uncut material and linen,while electrical gadgets are the speciality of Lajpat rai market Chawri bazaar is the wholesale paper and greetings card market.near by nai sarak delas in whole sale stationery,books and saris.near the fatehpuri masjid,on khari baoli,is the nose numbing spice market,ablaze with powdery piles of of scarlet red chilli powder and burnt orange turmeric,as well as pickles,tea and nuts.The darayaganj Book Market,north delhi gate,is a bookworm's delight.
India Gate:India Gate is constructed as a memorial and was built in the memory of 90,00 soldiers who laid down their lives during world war I. Located at Rajpath, India Gate is 42 m high and is popular relaxation area during the summer evenings. India Gate also acts as a popular pinic spot during winter. Also known as the All India War Memorial, India Gate was designed and constructed by Lutyens.Following India's independence, India Gate became the site of Indian Army's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, known as the Amar Jawan Jyoti.
Pragati Maiden:The Pragati Maidan was founded in 1982 as the venue of the annual India International Trade Fair that is typically held in November. This seven acre land has permanent buildings for exhibition areas for all the states of the country. The Nehru Pavilion, Defense Pavilion, the Son of India Pavilion, the Indira Pavilion, and Village Complex are worth a visit. Many business units from all over the world partake in these fairs, thus resulting in industrial relationships and joint ventures.
Bangla Sahib: If you really are in search of peace and spirituality then there is no better place than the Bangla Sahib in Delhi. Counted as one of the most sacred pilgrimage destinations of the Sikh community, the Bangla Sahib is a Gurdwara that was once a palace. It is believed that Guru Hari Krishan, the eighth Guru of the Sikhs stayed here during his tour to Delhi in 1664. Built in perfect Rajasthani style of architecture this monument in Delhi bears immense importance.