Delhi, the capital of India, has a number of hotels in all budgets that offer world-class facilities and atmosphere. India is known for its tradition of treating customers as gods and most More »

Delhi Vacation

There is no better way to enjoy your vacations, than exploring the historic city of Delhi. Delhi promises you a whole lot of tourist attractions that are bound to entice you and More »

Delhi Tourism

A hub of political activity, Delhi, our capital city is also a great place for tourism.  Delhi tourism entails, visits to temple to churches, to mosques, to palaces and amusement parks and More »



Delhi, the capital of India, has a number of hotels in all budgets that offer world-class facilities and atmosphere. India is known for its tradition of treating customers as gods and most hotels in Delhi tables leave no effort to make you feel comfortable and at home. Professional still ready to serve you-staff, the variety


Amusement Parks

One of the greenest capitals in the world, New Delhi has some of the most beautiful and well-planned parks and gardens to boast of. There are regal Mughal Gardens which are open to the public for some days in a year. Then there are large tracts of Lodi Gardens, which are a hot spot for


Delhi Religious Places

Delhi is a cosmopolitan city and reflects the secular nature of India. People of all religions live in harmony. India is a holy land and many wise and divine souls are born here. Accordingly, the Indians are strong believers of religion and God. Some men can even build places of worship across the country to


Red Fort

Shah Jahan transferred his capital to Agra Shahjahanabad and laid the groundwork for Red Fort or Lal Quila, April 16, 1639. It took nine years to build this powerful citadel and it ended on April 16, 1648. It is said that on one crore rupees, an astronomical sum in those days were spent on its


Qutub Minar

Qutubuddin Aibak laid the groundwork for Qutab Minar, a tower of victory in 1199 AD. The origins, he rose to a height of 72.5 m. It is without doubt one of the most beautiful stone towers in India and one of the most important monuments of Delhi. Iltutmish, step-son and successor of Qutubuddin, has completed


Safdarjung Tomb

Located beside the Safdarjung airport in New Delhi, Safdarjung tomb was built by the Nawab of Awadh of his father. It is one of the finest examples of architecture in India. The second Nawab of Awadh dynasty is popularly known as Safdarjung. He was born as Muhammad Muqim Khurasan in the province of Persia and


Old Fort – Purana Qila

Built on the site of Indraprastha, mentioned in Mahabharata – the great Indian epic, Old Fort was the seat of the hotel for many emperors. Now in ruins, the citadel was the glory of being the seat of the legendary ruler, Prithviraj Chauhan. Sher Shah Suri built after demolishing the Humayun ‘s city Dinpanah. There

observatory Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar : Astronomical Observatory

Located in Connaught Place area of New Delhi, Jantar Mantar is one of five observatories built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, the leader and founder of Jaipur, India. Smaller than Jaipur, it is still surprising because of its ability to make precise calculations of many astronomical movements. Built in 1724, the giant abstract masonry


Isa Khan’s Tomb

Isa Khan ‘s Tomb is located just outside of Humayun ‘s tomb chamber in New Delhi. It was built in honor of Isa Khan, a courageous and brave noble under Sher Shah, the Afghan leader who had overthrown Humayun. It was built in 1547, in an octagonal structure. It is an architectural gem in Islamic


Humayun’s Tomb

The second Mughal emperor Humayun had died just a year after he retrieved Delhi. His wife Persian, Hamida Begum, oversaw the construction of his tomb of 1562-1572. It was designed by architect Persian, Mirza Ghiyuath Mirak. Located on the banks of the Yamuna River and adjacent to the famous shrine of Sufi saint Nizam al-Din