7 Signs That Show You Are A True Delhite At Heart
You’ll Never Go Hungry – The Street Food
HolidayIQ Traveller Shobhit Agarwal suggests, “Please your taste buds with the taste of India. Visit the Paratha wali gali, Kakke di haati and savour kulfi and dahi bhalla.”Adds HolidayIQ Traveller Shatish, “The gol gappas are a must when in Delhi. Do not dare to call them pani- puri.”
The streets buzz with activity and are filled with the aroma of food. For the connoisseurs, there are restaurants like Karim’s. Also visit the iconic Moti Mahal to have butter chicken.
Wonderful Exhibition At Delhi Haat
Haggle For A Deal At Janpath And Sarojini Nagar
HolidayIQ Traveller Shifali says, “If you are looking for cheap shopping head to Sarojini Nagar. You will find a good range of the latest Indian clothes, shoes and accessories, bags, etc.But one need to spend a few hours to find the right ones. Do not forget to bargain.”
Shopping at Janpath and Sarojini Nagar are experiences that absolutely cannot be beaten.
The Metro Is Every Delhite’s Pride
HolidayIQ Traveller Zeeshan Haque says, “Travelling by metro is an awesome experience in Delhi. The metro is has a nice connectivity and you can travel to any place in the city withing minutes.” Adds HolidayIQ Traveller Shweta Raj, “The Patel Chowk Museum at the Metro is amazing and a must-visit.”
India Gate Is The Ideal Place To Hang Out
Towards the evening, watch the India Gate bathed in colourful floodlights. HolidayIQ Traveller Vipul Kumar suggests, “India Gate is Delhi’s pride. You can have a great photo session with your friends.” Adds HolidayIQ Traveller AS, “India Gate is one of the best places to hang out in Delhi.”
Hauz Khas – The Favourite Hangout
HolidayIQ Traveller Edwin Chawla says, “Visit HKV for a relaxed evening. Too many options for food, drinks and music lovers. Open air and rooftop cafes are the main attractions. Hauz khas fort is a must-visit place for photography lovers!”
The dozens of bars, bakeries and boutiques of this bohemian enclave sit smack dab in the centre of an ancient village — absorbed into the city as Delhi expanded.
Treasure Chest Of Indian History
HolidayIQ Traveller AS says, “Humayun’s Tomb is located in Nizamuddin area. It’s a mix of Mughal and Persian architecture. There is a garden and fountains on the tomb’s periphery. Localites generally come here for picnics and to spend a casual Sundays.”
Delhi is a treasure chest of Indian history. Forts, mosques or temples, Delhi’s got it all.