Located on the popular Safderjang Road, this museum was converted from Indira Gandhi’s permanent residence. It was shortly converted into a memorial after her assassination on 31 October, 1984. Image credit-Mayurai_bs (talk) (Uploads) The memorial has left many things within […]
If you’re visiting Delhi, then this is a place that you must visit. Dilli Haat is home to a wide variety of crafts and art stores that sell a variety of items, inspired by traditional design. Be it ethnic apparel, […]
The National Rail Museum located in Chanakyapuri displays a rich collection of artefacts from the Indian Railways since its advent. The museum is home to several rare productions and even engines, most of which were made during colonial rule. Opened […]
It is again that time of the year when the scorching sun gives way to foggy mornings in India’s capital city – Delhi. Winters in Delhi is a unique experience – for some it is too cold yet for many […]
Located on Delhi – Mehrauli Road opposite Safdarjung Airport, this tomb of the great Commander in chief was built after his demise in 1782. The monument has a sprawling open space that is decorated with a pleasant garden and paths.
A beauty that was built in the 14 th century by the Tughlaqs now lies in almost ruins within Jahanapah. The structure is under archaeological protection and depicts a strong influence of Islamic architecture of the Tughlaq period.
Established between 1326 - 1327 by the great Muhammad bin Tughlaq, Jahanpanah is a city that was built because of constant invasion attempts by the Mongols. The city is now in ruins and has been through serious damage through the years. Now […]
Formerly known as the Birla Bhavan or Birla House, the Gandhi Smriti is a dedicated museum to Mahatma Gandhi. This was the place where Mahatma Gandhi spent his last few days before he was assassinated. The house originally belonged to the Birla’s, […]
Located very close to the Satpula, also known as the seven-arched bridge of Jahapanah, this mosque built in the 14 th century is a beauty that must be visited. The name translates to ‘’Mosque of Windows’’, with the structure having several windows.