Delhi, its chic avenues and winding streets of the capital city will makes your trip memorable and it’s unique while you will be visiting to this city. Almost many types of places are here in this city posh area to narrow and crowded destinations are really awesome, which can be explored by taxi or rickshaw, its large colonial mansions, immaculate rigor and impeccable lawns and its cluttered bazaars with stalls on the ground, its street stalls and international brands, its medieval fortifications, its Mughal forts and its mausoleums, its immense and luxurious malls. Its 25 million inhabitants, Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs. Seat of power for more than a thousand years, the city is also the symbol of India on the move.
Visit Jama Masjid, the Emperor’s Mosque
We visit the Friday mosque, the largest in the country, and in Southeast Asia – it can accommodate up to 25,000 worshippers! – built in 12 years by 5,000 craftsmen on the orders of the Mughal emperor Shah Jaha, space stripped of marble and red sandstone: a gigantic forecourt, swept away by the flight of thousands of pigeons. We climb to the top of the minaret, from where we admire the white marble domes of the mosque, and the surrounding streets of Old Delhi.
You have to get lost in the alleys of the old town it’s a necessity for anyone who wants to soak up the city, understand it. And in Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi’s main thoroughfare, the oldest of the city’s bazaars, and still the largest today. We walk through its streets cluttered with stalls loaded with various goods, and cluttered with cows, pigs and rickshaws. But you will enjoy the moment when you will be there. Every part of this is full from some new experiences so you can enjoy it.
Stroll in Shahpur Jat
The former market gardening village is now a haven for young artists, creators and designers from India, Greece and New York, who have chosen it for its affordable rents and its village feel. Far from the main arteries of New Delhi, one of the most fashionable urban villages of the capital, which houses in a maze of narrow streets, dozens of designer boutiques, art workshops, bookstores. We get lost in the maze of narrow streets, to the workshop of the French designer Olivia Dar, who makes adornments and dresses from embroidered beads.
Dargah of Nizamuddin
At the mausoleum of the great Sufi saint Hazrat Nizamuddin (1238-1325), a collection of squares, monuments and tombs, where, at nightfall, a crowd of kohl-eyed men, women and children pray, chant, and make offerings of incense and rose petals. A dive into the heart of Sufi India. You will get the peace here in very crowded area. So if you believes then you must to visit this place.
Hauz Khas, another trendy neighbourhood, progressive enclave, in a rather conservative city, where young hipsters gather – we join them at Social, a co-working space during the day, popular with entrepreneurs and freelancers, and bar in the evening – plus a beautiful view of a madrasa and a baoli, a former water reservoir is most popular among the tourists. One of the colourful area of South Delhi homes to many entertainment places and resources. Also you can enjoy the late night party on the weekends.
These are some places that you can explore while you are visiting to this city apart from this you can also witnessed to many historical sites like red fort, Qutub Minar, India gate, Janpath, Jama Masjid and more popular tourist destinations are here that you can explored once while you are visiting to India places.