Ye Dilli hai meri Jaan - Delhi Life in Weekend | SiliconIndia

Delhi has been an experience for many peoples. We can't say the city is bad because of the crime and pollution. The city certainly seeps into your being, its creeps up unnoticed like the noise, the people, the tiny streets, the shop/stall keepers, shops selling everything and many more. Delhi is the best place to experience all that brings people to India: history, culture, food, spirituality, madness, mystery. Spend a day amid its lived-in splendor, and you'll realize why so many battles have been fought over it. In Delhi the different versions of modern India all coexist, and its contradictions quickly become abundantly clear to visitors. So Like Now your journey Begin:

1.National Museum: The National Museum in New Delhi has an exquisite collection of 2,00,000 works of art and artifacts. The museum's collection is of both Indian and foreign origin and covers 5,000 years of cultural heritage of our country. The vast collection throws light on a civilization's values, traditions and culture of the past as well as of the present.

2.India gate: At walking Distance of around 1 km is majestics India Gate. India gate situated on the eastern side of Rajpath salutes the soldiers who sacrificed their lives during World War I. The India Gate permits the tourists to retrace the bravado of the Indian soldiers. The monument is now a major tourist spot in Delhi and a common picnic site for tourists and residents.

3.Take Food Tours: Delhi is like a big plate that can feed people of varied appetite. While, you get lazy mostly over a weekend and do not feel like eating home-cooked food, these Food Tours in Delhi can be at your rescue. There are multiple travel companies and food lovers in Delhi that organize a Food Meet or a Tour over a weekend. All you need to do is to book with them online and VOILA! A platter of happiness is served for you. However, if you are someone who would like to share this experience within a close circle just like me then, you can plan your own food tour and can include places like Chandani Chowk, Jama Masjid, Nizamuddin, Khan Market, Connaught Place, Gol Market, Darya Ganj, R Park, Mandi House, INA/Dilli Haat, Satya Niketan, Kamla Nagar Market

4.Go on a Shopping Spree: Delhi is probably one of the best places to shop in India and with that I mean there are many places apart from the malls that can one can go to. I usually avoid shopping over a weekend and I know many of you to do to avoid getting amidst a maddening crowd, but I couldn't anymore be contradicting my own way of thinking when I say that weekend indeed is the best time to shop in Delhi. Sunday being the most crowded of all the days can be given a miss and Saturday can be chosen instead. From Antiques to Clothes, from Safety pin to beds, everything can shopped in some of the major markets in Delhi and trust me you are going to completely nail your bargaining skills here! Here are some popular markets in Delhi: Chandani Chowk, Tilak Nagar, K. M-Block Market, Janpath, Connaught Place, Rajouri Garden, Gaffar Market, Nehru Place, South Ex, Karol Bagh, Lajpat Nagar, Kamla Nagar, Sarojini Nagar.

5.Experience the Best Nightlife in Delhi: The Delhi nightlife is known for one of the best party cultures in India alongside Bangalore & Mumbai. There are numerous nightclubs in Delhi with feet tapping music, booze, & awesome ambiance. Listed below are some of the best and safest party junctions in Delhi that'll redefine the meaning of fun for you. The country's capital city presents you with a wide range of bars and pubs with discotheques. Unleash your dancing skills at the discos here even if dance is not your cup of tea. Although having the restrictions of curfew and a fact that the nightlife in Delhi would start soon and end soon. Delhi has its music going on until 1 a.m. and some clubs even later than 1 a.m.

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