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...
Free Walking Tours are virtually free; these tours offer every visitor the opportunity to experience the full potential of a city in a different way, irrespective of a traveler’s budget. At the end of the tour one can make a generous contribution to help the guides and company for running such tours in city. This thought might come into the mind of a traveler that “why this is free?”. the answer is when you pay for something and you did not get the kind of experience you wished for than that money can burn a hole in your pocket.
2. Value for Time
Free Walking tours are usually the best idea for ‘the first date’ with a new city; you can discover the most out of a city in a short span of time. You don’t have to plan anything apart from making sure your camera has a loaded battery’ your local guides will take care of the rest. You won’t get lost, you’ll feel more confident on city streets and you’ll see most of the famous attractions that every tourist needs to hav...
As we travel to new places, for whatever reason it may be, no matter for how long, there are always things that we want to find, things that we need, things to do and things to avoid. Now, let's look at Pune.
Pune, formerly named Poona, meaning ‘the blessed city’. Situated in the shadows of its big cousin, Mumbai (also known as Bombay), Pune previously known as the place for retirement, away from the craze and buzz of its cousin, presently it broke away from the shakes of this odious comparison, the Pune we see today is full of life, teeming with all the best things that any metropolis offers, gratefully it still retains its old charm.
Not surprisingly then, it has been regarded as the cultural capital of Maharashtra (Mumbai as the cousin, didn't take this too well! haha). Pune is home to many religious, spiritual and holistic places, though vast majority being Hindu, there are many different temples, arguably one of the most noble would be Halwai Ganpati temple and Parvati temple, o...