Delhi is a perfect combination of history and modernity. It is home to some of the finest monuments, enchanting buildings, and modern complexes. Delhi has something to offer no matter what hour it is. Nevertheless, Delhi also is kind of a place which can make you walk on your tiptoes. The hustle-bustle, chaos at the daytime and heat can bring you to your knees pretty soon. But the plot is twisted when night falls. The streets start to get emptier and emptier giving explorers a reason to traverse at night.
Most of the tourists prefer to visit the monuments and different sites of Delhi at daytime but they miss out on the beauty of them at night. The nightlife in Delhi is one of the best you will ever find in the Indian subcontinent. From the Mouthwatering Chicken delicacies in night market near Jama Masjid to the Lavish and crazy time in clubs of Hauz Khas and Connaught Place, Delhi has a lot to offer at night.
Following are some experiences to take on a night out in Delhi:
Delhi has been a political center for various empires around the Indian subcontinent. More than 14 major dynasties had reigned over the modern-day capital of India. Somewhere and somehow, they left their marks in this ancient city so deep that even today; few centuries after their legacies can still be found here.
With a millennium, of being under various rulers who hailed from many different cultural ethnicities, Delhi has been gifted with rich culture which integrated and evolved into a culture one of its kind.
Mixture of many different cultures from all over the Indian-subcontinent makes Culture of Delhi rich and diverse one. Many different dynasties built their own capital cities inside or in the surrounding of Delhi, making them their capital. Each of dynasties built these cities as new headquarters for the consideration of prestige.
Historians speak of the “Seven cities of Delhi”:
The oldest city near Qutab minar, Mehrauli
In 1206, Qutubuddin Aibak took over Delhi from the Chauhans an...
Ready your cameras to capture the hues of Lodhi Garden. The loveliest park in the city of Delhi, it is the best place to capture nature, architecture, and different shades of trees and flowers all in one place. It is the place where many Lodhi and Sayyid rulers were buried. In here you will see the remains of an old water tank and next to it lays a courtyard.
The tomb of Mohammed Shah is the earliest structure in the gardens. The architecture is characterized by the octagonal chamber, with stone chhajjas on the roof and guldastas on the corners. It is a picture-perfect formation that should fill space on your memory card.
Another tomb within the gardens is that of Sikander Lodi, which is similar to Mohammed Shah’s tomb, though without the chhatris. It is a simple rectangular structure on a high platform approached by a flight of steps.
During a photo walk through Lodhi Garden, you'll come across many beautiful architectures. It contains 15th-century Bara Gumbad tomb and mosque, and the At...